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Sheet music for Nino Janjgava
Piano, Piano/Keyboard — collection and performance CD — TV and 20th Century
Original Soundtrack Collection. Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Piano Solo. TV and 20th Century. Collection and performance CD. With standard notation (does not include words to the songs). Composed 2004. 64 pages. Ricordi #MLR665. Published by Ricordi (HL.50485610).
Piano — Book Only — TV-Film-Musical-Show
For Piano With Guitar Chords. Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). TV-Film-Musical-Show. Book Only. 48 pages. Carisch Edition #CARML2194. Published by Carisch Edition (BT.CARML2194).
Piano — Book with CD — TV-Film-Musical-Show
Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). TV-Film-Musical-Show. Book with CD. Composed 2004. 68 pages. Ricordi #MLR 00066500. Published by Ricordi (BT.MLR-00066500).
— Set (Score & Parts) —
Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Arranged by Marcel Peeters. Set (Score & Parts). HAFABRA Music #HFB311. Published by HAFABRA Music (BT.HFB311).
Piano — Book with CD — TV-Film-Musical-Show
Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Great Musicians. TV-Film-Musical-Show. Book with CD. 64 pages. Carisch Edition #CARML2665. Published by Carisch Edition (BT.CARML2665).
Piano Accompaniment,Flute,Soprano Recorder — Individual Part,Score,Set of Parts,Solo Part —
By Nino Rota. Arranged by Glenn Martin. Individual Part, Score, Set of Parts, Solo Part. 14 pages. Published by Cornelius edition (H0.446621-SC001290364).
Concert Band/Harmonie — Score Only — TV-Film-Musical-Show
Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Arranged by Lorenzo Bocci. DHP Pop, Film and Show. TV-Film-Musical-Show. Score Only. Composed 2009. 44 pages. Music Sales #1694-09-140 MS. Published by Music Sales (BT.1694-09-140-MS).
— listening CD —
By Ensemble Nino Rota; Palumbo. By Nino Rota (1911-1979). Listening CD. Published by Chandos (NX.CHAN-9832).
clarinet, cello and piano — Score and Parts — Classical
For clarinet, violoncello and piano. Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Score and Parts. Composed 1973. 68 pages. Duration 11'. Schott Music #ED 9276. Published by Schott Music (HL.49008362).
Orchestra, String Orchestra — — Movies
Composed by Nino Rota (1911-1979). Arranged by Robert Longfield. Pop Specials for Strings. Movies. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4626284).
- Sorrow of the Mind (incidental music, play by Avqsenti Tsagareli), 1988
- Two Days in a Colonel’s Life (incidental music, play by David Kobakhidze, Nugzar Lortkipanidze), 1990
- Betrayal (incidental music, play by Aleqsandre Sumbatashvili-Iujini), 1991
- Died and Married Afterward (incidental music, play by Giorgi Eristavi), 1993
- Uncle Tick-Tack’s Journey (1 act children’s opera in 4 scenes, libretto by Liana Moistrafishvili), 2 female voices, 2 male voices, small orchestra (4 winds, 2 French horns, B-flat trumpet, tuba, celesta, strings), 1993
- Andromeda’s Constellation (1 act ballet in 12 scenes, scenario by Nugzar Gogiashvili), mixed chorus, large orchestra (8 winds, 10 brass, piano, timpani, 8 percussion, strings), Op. 18, 1994
- Berikoni (incidental music, play by Merab Eliozishvili), 1995
- Lysistrata (incidental music, play by Aristophanes [translated by Panteleimon Beradze]), 1997
- Sulkiness (incidental music, play by Akaki Tsereteli), 1997
- Blue Hedgehog (incidental music, play by A. Popescu), 2000
- The Shadow (incidental music, play by Yevgeny Shvarts), 2002
- Hey, you knights in Tiger Skin (incidental music, play by Lali Kekelidze), 2002
- Little Red Riding Hood (incidental music, play by Sharl Pero [translated by Manana Abramishvili]), 2004
- Khanuma (incidental music, play by Avqsenti Tsagareli), 2005
- Poker (ballet in 8 scenes, scenario by Lali Kekelidze), small orchestra (flute, oboe, clarinet, B-flat trumpet, trombone, piano, timpani, 3 percussion, strings), Op. 39, 2005
- Madam Moor (incidental music, play by Jan Marsanne), 2006
- Three Miniatures after Gianni Rodari, small orchestra (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, B-flat trumpet, timpani, strings), 1987
- Concerto for Orchestra, Op. 2, 1988
- Transformation, orchestra (10 brass, piano, timpani, 3 percussion, 30 strings), Op. 10, 1990
- The Clock of the Watchmaker Tick-Tack – The Clock Has Stopped Showing the Time, string orchestra, Op. 17, 1993 (each of its sections may be performed separately)
- Ellipsis, French horn, B-flat trumpet, piano, string orchestra, Op. 20, 1994
- Call and Palindrome, French horn, B-flat trumpet, piano, string orchestra, Op. 24, 1996
- Hello, Sorrow, piano, 15 strings, Op. 25, 1996
- 75 x 22, orchestra (4 French horns, 2 B-flat trumpets, harp, piano, timpani, 6 percussion, 22 strings), Op. 30, 1999
- A Story about Don Quixote, who swam through the ocean full of tritons and continued the way, piano, 11 strings, Op. 32, 2000
- Scherzo, bassoon, piano, 1984
- Passacaglia, violin, cello, piano, 1987
- Composition in C, flute, harpsichord, string quartet, Op. 1, 1987
- Reminiscences, double bass, 2 string quartets, Op. 4, 1988
- Consonance, 3 string quartets, Op. 9, 1989
- Adagio, violin, piano, Op. 8, 1989–90
- Circles, violin, piano, Op. 14, 1992
- Consonance, French horn, B-flat trumpet, trombone, tuba, Op. 15, 1993
- Arabesques, alto saxophone, harp, cello, Op. 22, 1995
- 83 Measures, 4 saxophones, Op. 23, 1995
- Four Letters to Sancho, violin, viola, cello, piano, Op. 27, 1997
- Heragramme, oboe, bassoon, violin, cello, piano, Op. 28, 1998
- Emerald, clarinet, bassoon, piano, Op. 34, 2001
- Free Pass, flute, piano, guitar, udu (Nigerian drum), CD, Op. 35, 2001
- Medianta, or the reunification of three, string quartet, Op. 36, 2002
- Mi bemolle e Re diesis, guitar, 6 violas, Op. 37, 2002
- Contemplation, violin, cello, piano, Op. 38, 2002
- From Visible to Invisible, sopranino recorder (+ soprano recorder, alto recorder, tenor recorder, bass recorder), 2 guitars, Op. 41, 2006
- Huge universe seen from a small window, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, Op. 43, 2008
- Lyric No. 2 for St. Shio Mgvimeli (chant, text by Demeter II), mixed chorus, Op. 3, 1988
- Sanctus, mixed chorus, Op. 6, 1989
- Dies irae, mixed chorus, Op. 7, 1989
- Chant for the Saturation (text by St. Grigol Khandzteli), female chorus, Op. 11, 1991
- Chants (text by David IV), soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, 4 mixed voices, Op. 16, 1993
- Chant for the Vardzian Mother of God (text by Ioane Shavteli), 2 tenors, bass, Op. 19, 1994
- Chant to the Saviour (text from an unknown Georgian source), 2 tenors, bass, 1994
- Ode for the Birth of the Lord Jesus Christ by Bishop John Mtbevari, mixed chorus, 1995
- Red and Yellow (texts by Ki-no Tsuraoki, Me Shikao Jani [both Georgian translations]), mixed chorus, Op. 31, 1999
- Green Madrigal (text by Hans Magnus Enzensberger), mixed chorus, Op. 33, 2000
- Many Years (text from the word "mravaljamier" [closing word of Georgian liturgy]), male chorus, Op. 42, 2007
- Three Poems by Jarji Pkhoveli, soprano, piano, 1987; Rhythmphones (text by Jarji Pkhoveli), soprano, bassoon, harp, viola, Op. 5, 1989
- Yeseniniana (text by Sergey Yesenin), bass, piano, Op. 12, 1991
- Old Tbilisi Bohemia (text by Ietim Gurji), bass, clarinet, doli (Georgian drum), Op. 13, 1992
- Merani – Horse (text by Nikoloz Baratashvili), female speaker, string quartet, Op. 21, 1995
- Vesper Bell (text by George the Lustrous [translated by a secluded Georgian monk]), tenor, Op. 40, 2005
- Andante, Op. 26, 1996
- Summer Diary, Op. 29, 1998
- Three Emotions for Beginner Pianist and Advanced String Orchestra, 1998 (also version for 2 pianos, 1998)
Film scores (director)
- Who Is a Ghost?, 1997 (Malkhaz Aslamazishvili)
- Goldfish, 1999 (Maya Kikabidze)
- Tired, 2002 (Giorgi Sikhkarulidze)
- Conspiracy, 2003 (Giorgi Liponava)
- The World Seen in Focus, 2003 (Arzu Elif Akdemir)
TV production (director)
- About Georgia for Airline Passengers, 2003 (Giorgi Liponava)
Nino Janjgava (born July 29, 1964, Tbilisi) is Georgian composer of mostly stage, orchestral, chamber, choral, vocal, and film works that have been performed in Asia, Europe and North America.
Ms. Janjgava studied composition with Alexei Machavariani, orchestration with Sulkhan Tsintsadze and polyphony with Archil Chimakadze at the Conservatory of Music in Tbilisi, where she graduated in 1988. She then had post-graduated studies in composition with Sulkhan Tsintsadze there from 1988–90.
Among her honors is Third Prize in the young composers competition in Moscow (1986, for Three Poems by Jarji Pkhoveli). Her music has been performed in Armenia, Azerbaijan, France, Georgia, Germany, Russia, and the USA.
She is also active in other positions. She founded the choral-instrumental ensemble Theatre of Voices in Tbilisi in 2006 and has since served as its director.