Selected Works of Petros Shoujounian

» Orchestra

"10 Short Pictures" (2015)
for acoustic guitar, percussion and chamber orchestra

"Sinfonia for Strings 2015" (2014) 18 min.
String orchestra

"Tagh Haroutyan" (2014)
Overture for big orchestra

Trois Miniatures (1984) 15 min.
String orchestra.
Premiere: March 9, 1986, Événements du Neuf; I Musici de Montréal, Yuli Turovsky, conductor.


» Orchestra with Soloist(s)

"12 Folk tunes" for Soprano (2015)
Bass and chamber orchestra

"Suite concertante" (2015)
For piano and full orchestra

"Nanori Oukhte" Tenor, (2014)
String orchestra, piano and children choir 2013 Montreal 2014. Nor Dzaghik choir, Elisabeth Harboyan conductor

"Mess et Requiem 2015" Soprano (2014)
Bass, Pipe organ and 8 voice choir. Performed in Montreal 2015

"Komitasine" Soprano (2010)
Tenor and chamber orchestra

Montreal 2010 Viva Voce (2010)
Peter Schubert conductor

Suite concertante: Sayat Nova (1988)
Keyboard(marimba or vibraphone or xylophone) and orchestras.
Commissioned by Marie-Josée Simard and the orchestras of Kitchener, Edmonton and Laval.

Odzouni (1987)
Ondes Martenot and brass ensemble.
Commissioned by Jean Laurendeau.
Premiere: November 18, 1988, Salle Claude Champagne, Montréal; Jean Laurendeau.

Rhapsodie pour violoncello et orchestre (1985) 10 min.
Solo violoncello/1111/0000/timpani/strings.

Agh Tamar (1983) 16 min.
Bassoon and 16 instruments.
Premiere: 1984, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Raffi Armenian, conductor.

Ararat: poème symphonique (1981) 45 min.
(Text in Armenian by Mardiross Kavoukjian)
SATB soloists, chorus/3334/4441/percussion, timpani, piano, organ, ondes Martenot/strings.


» Chamber

Piano trio "DO LAO" for piano, violin and cello (2016)
Fine Art Music Company Philadelphia USA 2016

"12 Concert Duos" (2015)
Montreal and Armenia 2016

Quartet No. 6 (2014)
Molinari String Quartet.

Quartet No. 5 (2014)
Molinari String Quartet. Montreal and Armenia 2016

Quartet No. 4 (2014)
Molinari String Quartet. Montreal and Armenia 2016

Quartet No. 3 (2014)
Molinari String Quartet. Montreal and Armenia 2016

Dzez: à vous (1982) 5 min.
Percussion(triangle, temple blocks, xylophone) and piano.
Premiere: November 15, 1982, Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, on the occasion of Gilles Tremblay's 50th birthday; Louise-André Baryl, piano and Robert Leroux, percussion.

Funny Dialogues (1985) 5 min.
2 violins.

Horovele (1979) 6 min.
Clarinet solo.
Premiere: 1981, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Jean-Guy Boisvert.
Published: St-Nicolas, Qué.: Doberman, 1986.

Le Jeu (1982) (1985) 8 min.
Violin, violoncello, piano.
Premiere: 1985, Los Angeles, Summer Festival at the University of Long Beach.

Kour = Fleuve (1985) 23 min.
String quartet.
Premiere: 1986, Radio-Canada, Montréal; the quartet from I Musici de Montréal.

Monologue 1 (1985) 7 min.
Viola solo.
Published: St-Nicolas, Qué.: Doberman, 1986.

Monologue 2 (1985) 7 min.
Guitar solo.
Premiere: 1986, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Alvaro Pierri, guitar.

Monologue 3 (1985) 15 min.
Percussion solo.
Premiere: 1986, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Robert Leroux, percussion.

Monologue 4 (1986) 15 min.
Violoncello solo, repetitive music.

Sassouni (1985) 20 min.
2 flutists(piccolo and alto flute) and harpsichord.
Premiere: 1986; Radio-Canada, Montréal, Robert Langevin, flute, Lise Daoust, flute and Réjean Poirier, harpsichord.


» Keyboard

5 danses arméniennes (1987)
Keyboard (percussion) and piano.

Hour (1983) 12 min.
Ondes Martenot and tape.
Premiere: Nov. 18, 1988, Claude Champagne Hall, Montréal; Jean Laurendeau, Ondes Martenot.

Lui pour nous (1983) 7 min.
Organ solo.

Monologue 5 (1986) 5 min.
Piano solo.

La petite Elsie La petite Elsie
Piano solo.
Premiere: May 1, 1983, Pollack Hall, Montréal; Isabelle Manoukyan, piano.

Les pistes des jours (1978) 5 min.
Piano solo.
Premiere: 1981, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Pierre Jasmin, piano.

Mashtotz (1982) 11 min.
2 pianos.
Premiere: Sept. 15, 1982, Pollack Hall, Montréal; Pierre Jasmin and Koyen Lee, pianos.


» Vocal

ANKHIND" (2015)
For Sorrano and piano

Les pistes des jours (1978) 5 min.
Piano solo.
Premiere: 1981, Radio-Canada, Montréal; Pierre Jasmin, piano.