COMPOSITIONS

SALMO 78 (PSALM 78), for mixed choir, 2017
World première:
Commissioned by the Eduard van Beinum Foundation The Netherlands

THREE CURIOUS LOVES, concerto for violin and chamber orchestra, 2017
World première:
Commissioned by the Eduard van Beinum Foundation The Netherlands

PIPE AND FLAMINGOS, concerto for clarinet and orchestra, 2016/17   20’
World première: Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Auditorio de Galicia, February 9, 2017
Joan Enric Lluna, clarinet; Real Filharmonía de Galicia; conductor Paul Daniel
Commissioned by Joan Enric Lluna

IN THE INN, a minstrel dance for oboe, accordion, double bass and percussion, 2005/16       3’

DOPPLER, Forest song for reed (leave), oboe, tuba, double bass, piano and electronics, 2016   5′
World première: Belgrade, Gallery of SASA, Jun 10, 2016
Borislav Čičovački, reed and oboe; Miloš Budimirov, tuba; Boban Stošić, double bass; Isidora Žebeljan, piano and electronics

NEEDLE SOUP, Surrealistic fairy-tale for octet (clarinet, horn, bassoon, string quartet and double bass), 2013/15        12′
World première: Berlin (Germany), Berliner Philharmonie, Kammermusiksaal,
October 17, 2015
Philharmonisches Oktett Berlin: Daishin Kashimoto, violin; Romano Tommasini, violin; Amihai Grosz, viola; Christoph Igelbrink, cello; Esko Laine, double bass; Wenzel Fuchs, clarinet; Mor Biron, bassoon; Stefan Dohr, horn Commissioned by Berlin Philharmonic Foundation

SIMON THE FOUNDLING, opera with Prologue and three Acts (10 scenes), 2013/15
Libretto: Borislav Čičovački
World première: Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, Grosses Haus, 29. maj 2015.
Piotr Prochera, baritone; Gudrun Pelker, mezzo-soprano; Dimitra Kalaitzi-Tilikidou, mezzo-soprano; Marie-Helen Joël, mezzo-soprano; Anke Sieloff, mezzo-soprano; Noriko Ogawa-Yatake, mezzo-soprano; Joachim Maass, baritone; Dong-Won Seo, bass; E. Mark Murphy, tenor; William Saetre, tenor; Jacoub Eisa, bass; Philipp Werner, tenor; Michael Dahmen, baritone; Christian Henneberg, bass
Choir of the Musiktheater im Revier, Children Opera Choir of the Chorakademie Dortmund
Banda: Bogdan Ranković, clarinet/saxofon/folks flutes/bagpipe/ocarina; Borislav Čičovački, oboe/oboe sopile; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion; Boban Stošić, double bass/ocarina; Aleksandar Radulović, percussion
Neue Filharmonie Westfalen, conductor Valtteri Rauhalammi
Directed by Michiel Dijkema
Production: Musiktheater im Revier Gelsenkirchen
Commissioned by Musiktheater im Revier Gelsenkirchen (Germany)

LEDA, suite from incidental music for the play by Miroslav Krleža, for cor anglais (or saxophone), violin, accordion (or piano), double bass and percussion, 2001/15   8’
World première: Novi Sad (Serbia), Cultural Center, April 7, 2015
Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais; Mirjana Nešković, violin; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion; Boban Stošić, double bass; Miroslav Karlović, percussion
Recordings: CD ‘Illuminations’, B92, CD 116 (Serbia) CD ‘Illuminations’, Mascom Records, CD 217 (Serbia)

SARABANDE, for clarinet, violin and piano, 2001/14       4’
World première: Belgrade, SKC, November, 17, 2015.
Trio Pokret: Miloš Nikolić, clarinet; Madlen Stokić Vasiljević, violin; Maja Mihić, piano

TEARS ARE O. K, diptych from incidental music for the play by Mirjana Bobić Mojsilović, for soprano, cor anglais, violin, accordion (or piano) and double bass,  1999/2014       5′
World première: Novi Sad (Serbia), City Hall, October 22, 2014
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais; Mirjana Nešković, violin; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion; Boban Stošić, double bass
Recordings: CD ‘Illuminations’, B92, CD 116 (Serbia), CD ‘Illuminations’, Mascom Records, CD 217 (Serbia)

FELISIYA, a Love Song for flute and harp (or piano), 2002/14       4′
World première: Festivalul Internațional de Muzică Nuoă INTRADA, Sala Capitol, Timişoara (Romania), September 29, 2014.
Ljubiša Jovanović, flute and Ljiljana Nestorovska, harp

HUM AWAY, STRINGS!, Song and Dance for violin and piano (with the Magic
Flute in the background), 2014 6’
World première: Stift-10th International Music Festival, Oldenzaal (The Netherlands),
August 30, 2014
Daniel Rowland, violin and Natasha Kudritskaya, piano

SARABANDE, for flute, cello and piano, 2014 4’
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Gallery of the Serbian Academy for Sciences and
Art, May 8, 2014
Ana Radoičić, flute; Marko Simić, cello; Katarina Radovanović Jeremić, piano

THE MIRACLE IN SHARGAN, Song for solo accordion, 2002/13 4’
(redaction for accordion Aleksandar Stefanović)
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Gallery of the Serbian Academy for Sciences and
Art, October 21, 2013
Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion

SARABANDE, for piano trio, 2001/13 4’
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Kolarac Hall, September 22, 2013
Mirjana Nešković, violin; Dejan Božić, cello; Katarina Radovanović Jeremić, piano

HUM AWAY, HUM AWAY, STRINGS, Methamorphosis to themes from
Mozart’s opera ‘Magic Flute’, for symphony orchestra, 2013 4′
World première: Bregenz (Austria), Bregenzer Festspiele (Opening), Festspielhaus,
Grosses Saal, (live broadcasted by ORF), July 17, 2013.
Wiener Symphoniker, conductor Paul Daniel
Commissioned by Bregenzer Festspiele, Austria

NEW SONGS OF LADA WITHOUT WORDS, for oboe, cor anglais, and oboe
d’amore (ad libitum) and accordion, 2006/13 12’
(redaction for accordion Isidora Žebeljan and Aleksandar Stefanović)
World première: Aleksandrovac (Serbia), International Classical Music Festival
KOZART, August 27, 2013
Borislav Čičovački, oboe and cor anglais; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion

NEW SONGS OF LADA, for soprano and accordion, 2006/13 12’
(redaction for accordion Isidora Žebeljan and Aleksandar Stefanović)
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and
from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: Raška (Serbia), Raška Spiritual Festival, August 18, 2013
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion

TWO SONGS OF THE BRIDE OF THE WIND, from incidental music after
Slobodan Šnajder, for cor anglais, (female voice ad libitum), accordion and double
bass, 2003/13 5’
World première: Raška (Serbia), Raška Spiritual Festival, August 18, 2013
Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion; Boban Stošić,
double bass
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

NEW SONGS OF LADA WITHOUT WORDS, for oboe, cor anglais, oboe
d’amore (ad libitum) and string orchestra, 2006/13 12’
World première: Padova (Italy), Auditorium Cesare Pollini
I Solisti Veneti, conductor Claudio Scimone
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

THE MOUSETRAP, diptych from incidental music for the play by Agatha Christie,
for cor anglais, violin and piano, 1995/2013 4′
World première: Raška (Serbia), Raška Spiritual Festival, August 18, 2013
Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais; Julija Hartig, violin; Isidora Žebeljan, piano
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

SIMON AND ANNE, Hymn, Psalm and Réjouissance for cor anglais) and
piano, 2012/13 7′
World première: Amsterdam (Holandija), Bethaniënklooster, Uilenburger concerten –
Hommage aan Jan Wolff, December 16, 2013
Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais and Miloš Veljković, piano
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

DANCE OF THE WOODEN STICKS,
for cor anglais and string orchestra, 2008/13 7’
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

SARABANDE, for string orchestra, 2001/13 (arr. Draško Adžić) 5′
World première: Kragujevac (Serbia), Festive Hall of the First Grammar School,
February 14, 2013
Ensemble Metamorphosis

WHEN GOD CREATED DUBROVNIK, Song for Mezzo-Soprano and
String Quartet, 2012 4′
(Verses by Milan Milišić)
World première: London (UK), City of London Festival (Opening), Draper’s Hall (live
broadcasted by BBC3)
Loré Lixenberg, Mezzo-Soprano and Brodsky Quartet
Commissioned by City of London Festival

TWO HEADS AND A GIRL (DUE TESTE E UNA RAGAZZA), Opera in one act
(5 scenes), 2012 65’
Libretto: Borislav Čičovački (after an Indian legend)
World première: Sienna (Italy), Teatro dei Rozzi, Settimana Musicale Senese,
July 12, 2012
Piotr Prochera, baritone; Ivan Ludlow, baritone; Aneta Ilić, soprano; Aile Asszonyi,
soprano; Nikola Đuričko, actor; Alessandro Carbonare, solo clarinet; Peeter Gross,
acrobate;
Žebeljan Orchestra, conductor Premil Petrović
Directed by Ran Arthur Braun
Production: Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Settimana Musicale Senese
Commissioned by Accademia Musicale Chigiana
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

SIMON AND ANNE, Hymn, Psalm and Réjouissance for cello and piano, 2012 7′
World première: Swaledale Festival (UK), St. Mary’s
Church, Arkengarthdale, May 22, 2012
Sophie Harris, cello and Ian Belton, piano

SARABANDE, for viola, cello and harp, 2001/12 (arr. Saša Mirković) 4′
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), 11th International Harp Festival, Dom omladine,
April 9, 2012
Saša Mirković, viola; Đorđe Milošević, cello; Ljubica Sekulić, harp

NEW SONGS OF LADA, for soprano and string quartet, 2006/11 12’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and
from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Kolarac Hall, September 21, 2011
Aneta Ilić, soprano and Brodsky Quartet, conductor Premil Petrović

THE TEMPEST, suite from incidental music after Shakespeare for soprano, flute (ad libitum), oboe (ad libitum), clarinet, violin, cello, double bass, piano and percussion, 2001/11 7’
World première: Budva (Montenegro), 25th Festival City Theatre, August 9, 2011
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Žana Marinković, flute; Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Petar Garić, clarinet; Miran Begić, violin; Peter Langgartner, viola; Viktor Uzur, cello; Duncan McTier, double bass; Isidora Žebeljan, piano; Vjera Nikolić, percussion
Recordings: CD ‘Illuminations’, B92, CD 116 (Serbia)
CD ‘Illuminations’, Mascom Records, CD 217 (Serbia)

JEGOR’S ROAD, suite from incidental music after Vida Ognjenović, for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, piano and double bass, 2000/11 6’
World première: Budva (Montenegro), 25th Festival City Theatre, August 9, 2011
Žana Marinković, flute; Petar Garić, clarinet; Miran Begić, violin; Peter Langgartner, viola; Duncan McTier, double bass; Isidora Žebeljan, piano

LEONCE AND LENA, suite from incidental music after Büchner for soprano, flute,
oboe, viola, double bass, piano and percussion, 1998/2011 10’
(4 movements – 1st movement, Ouverture, exists also as an independent composition with the title
ODE TO A SUMMER BREEZE – lirics by Dušan Ristić (2001)
World première: Budva (Montenegro), 25th Festival City Theatre, August 9, 2011
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Žana Marinković, flute; Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Peter Langgartner, viola; Duncan McTier, double bass; Isidora Žebeljan, piano; Vjera Nikolić, percussion
Recordings: CD ‘Illuminations’, B92, CD 116 (Serbia)
CD ‘Illuminations’, Mascom Records, CD 217 (Serbia)
CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

THE DAMNED YARD, diptych from incidental music for the play based on the novel by Ivo Andrić, for soprano, clarinet, violin, piano, double bass and narrator (ad libitum), 1999/2011 5′
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Artget Gallery of the Centre for Culture, Jun 15, 2011
Jasmina Stojković, soprano; Jovan Anđelković, clarinet; Eleonora Nikolić, violin;
Bojana Stanković, piano; Bogdan Živanović, double bass; Slobodan Beštić, narrator

OH, DIE, MY LOVE, Song for violin, female voice (ad libitum) and piano, 2011 4’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and
from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), De Kring, April 4, 2011
Julia Hartig, violin and Miloš Veljković, piano

JESUS, HEAL MY WOUNDS, a prayer for female voice and piano, 2010 5’
(a prayer from Achatist)
World première: Tel Aviv, Savyon (Israel), Schlesinger House, Chamber concerts
‘Erwin Schlesinger’, December 13, 2014
Aneta Ilić, soprano and Isidora Žebeljan, piano

SIMON THE CHOSEN (SIMON DER ERWÄHLTE), Opera in one act (5 scenes), 2009 45’
Libretto: Borislav Čičovački (after the motives from a folk poem Foundling Simeun and a novel Der Erwählte by Thomas Man)
World première: Essen, Eichbaum (Germany), June 24, 2009
Piotr Prochera, baritone; Anna Agathonos, mezzo-soprano; Dong-Won Seo, bass;
Hyun-Seung Oh, baritone; Noriko Ogawa-Yatake, soprano; Rezo Čhikvišvili, acter;
Choir of the Musiktheater im Revier, Neue Filharmonie Westfalen, conductor Bernhard Stengel
Directed by Cordula Däuper
Production: Musiktheater im Revier Gelsenkirchen, Schauspiel Essen, Ringlokschuppen Mülheim and Raumlabor Berlin;
Commissioned by Musiktheater im Revier Gelsenkirchen
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

POLOMKA QUARTET, for string quartet, 2009/11 6’
World première: Canterbury (UK), Gulbenkian Theatre University of Kent,
May 27, 2009
Brodsky Quartet
Commissioned by University of Kent
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

LATUM LALO, for mixed choir (12 voices), 2008 15’
World première: Oslo (Norwey), Grønland kyrke, Ultima Festival,
September 17, 2010
Dutch Chamber Choir, conductor Kaspars Putņinš
Commissioned by Dutch Chamber Choir
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

DANCE OF THE WOODEN STICKS, for horn and string orchestra (or string quintet), 2008 (2011) 7’
World première of the version with string orchestra: Novi Sad (Serbia), Synagogue, October 31, 2009
Boštjan Lipovšek, horn; Camerata academica; conductor Aleksandar Kojić;
Commissioned by International Horn Society
World première of the version with string quintet: Belgrade, Kolarac Hall,
September 21, 2011
Stefan Dohr, horn; Brodsky Quartet; Boban Stošić, double bass; conductor Premil Petrović
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

THE MARATHON (EINE MARATHON FAMILIE), Opera in one act
(14 scenes), 2007/8 80’
Libretto: Borislav Čičovački, Milica Žebeljan and Isidora Žebeljan (based on
screenplay and play The Marathon-Runners Run the Lap of Honour by Dušan
Kovačević)
World première: Bregenz (Austria), Bregenzer Festspiele, Werkstattbühne,
August 20, 2008
Marco di Sapia, baritone; Marcel Beekman, tenor; Martin Winkler, baritone; Walter Raffeiner, tenor; Jowita Sip, soprano; Karin Goltz, contralto; Žebeljan Orchestra, conductor Premil Petrović
Directed by Nicola Raab
Production: Bregenzer Festpiele, Neue Oper Wien and Jugokoncert
Commissioned by Genesis Foundation London and Bregenzer Festspiele
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recording: DVD ‘Opera’s Zora D. and The Marathon of Isidore Žebeljan’,
Jugokoncert (Serbia)

SARABANDE, for alt-flute, viola and harp, 2001/7 4’
World première: Beograd (Serbia), SANU, May 10, 2007
Marina Nenadović, alt-flute; Boris Brezovac, viola; Milana Zarić, harp

DARK VELVET, in Memory of Gustav Mahler, for piano, 2006 5′
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), December 2006
Isidora Žebeljan, piano
Recording: CD ‘Women’s Stories – Serbian music for piano’, Composers Association
of Serbia

NEW SONGS OF LADA, for soprano and string orchestra, 2006 12’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Kolarac Hall, April 1, 2006
Aile Asszonyi, soprano and Belgrade Strings, conductor Isidora Žebeljan
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

THE MIRACLE IN SHARGAN, song for oboe and piano (or accordion), 2002/5 (2012) 4’
World première: Perlez (Serbia), December 2, 2005
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Isidora Žebeljan, piano
World première of the version with accordion: Sombor (Serbia), City Library ‘Karlo Bijelicki’, December 21, 2012
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Aleksandar Stefanović, accordion
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

SARABANDE, for piano, 2001/5 4’
World première: Umbertide (Italy), Civitella Ranieri, July 2005
Isidora Žebeljan, piano

GHOST FROM THE PUMPKIN, Incantation for brass quintet, 2005 7’
World première: London (UK), Royal College of Music Hall, March 1, 2006
London Brass
Commissioned by London Brass
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

ARIA OF OLD VIDA, from the opera Zora D,
for mezzo-soprano and harp, 2003/5 4’
(arr. Isidora Žebeljan and Rachel Ann Morgan)
World première: Novi Sad (Serbia), City Hall, May 20, 2005
Rachel Ann Morgan, mezzo-soprano and harp

THE MINSTREL’S DANCE, for chamber orchestra, 2005 15’
World première: London (UK), Wigmore Hall, February 5, 2005
Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, conductor Isidora Žebeljan
Commissioned by Genesis Foundation London
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recording: CD ‘Horses of Saint Mark’, CPO 777 670-2 (Germany)

THE HORSES OF SAINT MARK, Illumination for symphony orchestra, 2004 10’
World première: Venezia (Italy), Teatro piccolo arsenale, La Biennale di Venezia, October 22, 2004
Orchestra Sinfonica del Friuli Venezia Giulia, conductor Christoph Poppen
Commissioned by La Biennale di Venezia
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recording: CD ‘Horses of Saint Mark’, CPO 777 670-2 (Germany)

THE MIRACLE IN SHARGAN, song for oboe and violin (or viola), 2003 4’
World première: The Hague (The Netherlands), Grote kerk, Festival Crossing Border,
November 16, 2003
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Pedja Milosavljević, viola
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

SONG OF A TRAVELLER IN THE NIGHT,
for clarinet and string quartet, 2003 7’
World première: London (UK), National Gallery, Opening of the Bill Viola’s Exhibition “The Passions”, October 22, 2003
Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields
Commissioned by Genesis Foundation London
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano

ZORA D, Opera in one act (7 scenes), 2002/3 70’
Libretto: Borislav Čičovački, Milica Žebeljan, Isidora Žebeljan (based on motives of Dušan Ristić’s scenario)
World première: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Theater Frascati, June 15, 2003
Aile Asszonyi, soprano; Martijn Sanders, baritone; Rachel Ann Morgan,
mezzo-soprano; Margriet van Reisen, mezzo-soprano; Nieuw Ensemble, conductor Winfried Maczewski
Directed by David Pountney & Nicola Raab
Production: Wiener Kammeroper & Opera Studio Nederland
Commissioned by Genesis Foundation London
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recordings: DVD ‘Opera’s Zora D. and The Marathon of Isidore Žebeljan’,
Jugokoncert (Serbia)
CD ‘Zora D’, Mascom Records, CD 290 (Serbia)

GIROTONDO, for oboe, piano, double bass and percussion, 2003 4’
World première: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), De Ijsbreker, June 14, 2003
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Isidora Žebeljan, piano; Nebojša Ignjatović, double bass and Miroslav Karlović, percussion
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

THREE GOAT’S EARS, Suite for oboe, violin and piano (or string orchestra), 2002 (2011) 10′
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Artistic Pavilion “Cvijeta Zuzorić“, BELEF, July 21, 2002
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Pedja Milosavljević, violin; Gordana Marjanović, piano
World première of the version with string orchestra: Zrenjanin, City Hall, Odbojka spaja, Music match Serbia-Italy, September 28, 2011
Borislav Čičovački, oboe; Julija Hartig, violin; Žebeljan Orchestra; conductor Premil Petrović
Recording: CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

THE MIRACLE IN SHARGAN, Song for oboe solo, 2002 3’
World première: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), July 3, 2002
Borislav Čičovački, oboe

SARABANDE, for cor anglais, violin and piano, 2002 4’
World première: Belgrade (Serbia), Kolarac Hall, International Review of Composers, May 13, 2002
Borislav Čičovački, cor anglais; Pedja Milosavljević, violin; Kyoko Hashimoto, piano
Recordings: CD ’11th International Composers Review’, CD 7, Composers
Association of Serbia
CD ‘Balkan Bolero’, Oboe Classics London, CC 2028 (UK)

SARABANDE, for flute, soprano voice and piano, 2001 4’
World première: Roma (Italy), Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Festival ControCanto, June 30, 2001
Ensemble Donne da Belgrado

RUKOVETI, five songs for soprano voice piano, 1999 15’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: The Old Dominion University, Iowa (USA), Wilson G. Chandler
Recital Hall, April 16, 2001
Lisa Relaford Coston, mezzo-soprao and Andrey Kasparov, piano

RUKOVETI, five songs for soprano voice and orchestra, 1999/2000 15’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and from the Beginning of 19th Century, adapted by Isidora Žebeljan)
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Kolarac Hall, Februar 23, 2001
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Bojan Sudjić
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recordings: CD ’10th International Composers Review’, CD 1, Composers
Association of Serbia
CD ‘New Sound, No. 18’, SOKOJ-MIC (Serbia)
CD ‘Horses of Saint Mark’, CPO 777 670-2 (Germany)

THREE PIECES FOR GUITAR, 1999 7’
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Atrium of National museum, BEMUS, October 16, 1999
Srdjan Tošić, guitar

ARNOLF’S SONG, from incidental music for the play ‘The School for Wives’ by Molière, for countertenor, viola (ad libitum), double bass and piano, 1998 3′
World première of the concert version: Belgrade (Serbia), TV-program ‘Sunday evening’, Serbian Radio Television, November 1, 2009
Nebojša Ignjatović, countertenor and double bass; Isidora Žebeljan, piano
Recordings: CD ‘Illuminations’, B92, CD 116 (Serbia)
CD ‘Illuminations’, Mascom Records, CD 217 (Serbia)

GIROTONDO, for two saxophones, piano, percussion and double bass, 1994 4’
World première: The Old Dominion University, Iowa (USA), Wilson G. Chandler
Recital Hall, April 16, 2001
Nathaniel Kinnison i Chris Bellami, saxophones; Anthony Geluso, percussion; Arnel
Senson, piano; Stephen Jones, double bass and Andrey Kasparov, conductor

GIROTONDO, for alto saxophone, piano, double bass and darbucca, 1994 4’
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Barutana, Festival Visionary Belgrade,
October 13, 1994
Belgrade Chamber Ensemble

CHORAL, for three voices and double bass (or vocal quartet), 1994 4’
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Barutana, Festival Visionary Belgrade, October 13, 1994
Belgrade Chamber Ensemble

IL CIRCO, Sketch for piano, 1993 4’
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Barutana, Festival Visionary Belgrade, October 13, 1994
Isidora Žebeljan, piano
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recordings: CD ‘Serbian piano music’, ACOUSENSE (Germany)
CD ‘Women’s Stories – Serbian music for piano’, Composers Association
of Serbia

ESCENAS PICARAS - sinfonia in tre movimenti,
for symphony orchestra, 1990/2 25’
World première: Beograd (Yugoslavia), Kolarac, April 15, 1993
Radio-Television Belgrade Symphony Orchestra, conductor Juri Aliev
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recording: CD ‘Horses of Saint Mark’, CPO 777 670-2 (Germany)

A YAWL ON THE DANUBE, Scene for soprano, piano, percussion and string quartet, 1991 5’
(Verses from The Anthology of the Serbian Towns and Cities Poetry of the 18th and from the Beginning of 19th Century)
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), City Hall, September 24, 1991
Aneta Ilić, soprano; Belgrade Chamber Ensemble, conductor Isidora Žebeljan
Recording: CD ‘Sentieri selvaggi dal vivo’, Teatro Comunale di Monfalcone (Italy); CD ‘Brodsky Quartet plays Isidora Žebeljan’, CPO 777 994-2 (Germany)

SONG FOR BARON MÜHNHAUSEN, for polynstrumentalist, 1989 8′
World première: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), De Ijsbreker, September 3, 1990
Ratko Vojtek

PEP IT UP, Fantasy for soprano voice, piano, percussion and string quintet, 1988 15’
World première: Beograd (Yugoslavia), Kolarac Hall, March 19, 1989
Aneta Ilić, sopran; Belgrade chamber ansamble, conductor Isidora Žebeljan
Recording: CD ‘Brodsky Quartet plays Isidora Žebeljan’, CPO 777 994-2 (Germany)

UMBRA, for piano, 1987 6′
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Kolarac Hall, 1987
Nenad Stojačić, piano

SELIŠTE (DESERTED VILLAGE), Elegy for string orchestra, 1987 9’
World première: Opatija (Yugoslavia), Annual Review of Yugoslav Composers,
November 2, 1988
Belgrade Strings, conductor Aleksandar Pavlović
Publisher: Ricordi – Universal, Milano
Recording: CD ‘Horses of Saint Mark’, CPO 777 670-2 (Germany)

GLORY, Picture for female choir (42 voices), 1987 6’
(Verses by Miloš Crnjanski)
World première: Opatija (Yugoslavia), Annual Review of Yugoslav Composers,
November 3, 1988
Academic Choir Collegium musicum, conductor Darinka Matić-Marović

SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO, 1986 15’
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Kolarac, May 24, 1987
Anica Melikiyan, violin and Isidora Žebeljan, piano

STORY, Song for baritone (or mezzo-soprano) and piano, 1986 4’
(Verses by Miloš Crnjanski)
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Festival Anthology of Serbian Songs, December 10, 1988
Dimitrije Golemović, baritone and Vesna Šouc, piano

FRONTIRESMAN’S SONG, 1985 4’
(Verses by an unknown author from Vojvodina from the 18th century)
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Faculty of Music Art, 1985
Bojan Knežević, baritone and Isidora Žebeljan, piano

SUITE FOR PIANO, 1985 12′
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Faculty of Music Art, 1985
Aleksandar Madžar, piano

CHAGRIN DU HERO, for mixed choir, 1985 5′
(Verses by Rastko Petrović)
World première: Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Kolarac Hall, 1985.
Choir of Radio-television Belgrade, conductor Mladen Jagušt