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'Midnight Pieces' is a year-long project presenting 53 beautiful works from 53 composers - one for each week of the year - music, that is just perfect for night-time listening. The episodes arrive every weekend. 


The pieces follow a pattern: within each consecutive 4 pieces one is famous, one is by a Russian composer, one is obscure and one is a transcription by yours truly. 

These categories mix and match sometimes, but overall there are iconic and less-known pieces by well-known composers, quite a bit of breathtaking pieces by obscure composers and several world premieres of Asiya's transcriptions of rare and famous works of different authors. 


Note for stylewatchers - there will be no repeat in outifits!

Vladimir Drozdoff 'Poème de la jeunesse'

Vítězslava Kaprálová No.2 from 'Dubnová preludia'

Darius Milhaud 'Lent'

Glinka-Balakirev 'The Lark' 

Shostakovich 'Romance'

Coleridge-Taylor 'The Lone Forest Maiden' 

Bernstein-Korepanova. 'Maria'

Max Reger. 'Chant de la Nuit'

Franck-Korepanova. 'Le mariage des roses'

Edward MacDowell. 'Mid-Summer'

Milyi Balakirev. Nocturne No. 3 

Franz Schubert. Impromptu Op. 90, No. 3

Antonín Dvořák. "Vzpominaní"

J.S. Bach. Sinfonia in G minor, BWV 797

Rachmaninoff-Korepanova. Andante from Cello Sonata

Bohuslav Martinu. "The Puppet's Dance"

Alexander Scriabin. "Feuillet d'Album"

Franz Liszt. "Liebestraum"

Tchaikovsky-Korepanova. "Rose Adagio"

Johannes Brahms. Intermezzo, Op. 119, No.1

Robert Schumann. Slumber Song, Op. 124

Antonio Soler. Sonata in C minor

Frédéric Chopin. Polonaise in A-flat major, Op.posth

Anton Arensky. Nocturne. Op. 36

Fauré-Korepanova. "Elegie"

Leoš Janaček. "Good Night!"

Domenico Scarlatti. Sonata K.69

César Cui. "Prelude"

Maurice Ravel. “Pavane pour une Infante défunte"

Berg-Korepanova. "Liebesode"

Francis Poulenc. Nocturne No.1

Mussorgsky-Korepanova. "Serenade"

Gershwin-Wild. "The Man I Love"

Jean Sibelius. "Reverie"

Dmitry Kabalevsky. Prelude No. 8, Op. 38

Claude Debussy. "Clair de lune"

Anton Bruckner. "Erinnerung"

Amy Beach-A.Korepanova. "Extase"

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