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Five pieces for piano – Vladimír Godár – 1970

Trois valses pour piano – Vladimír Godár – 1971

Sonata for violin – Peter Hamar – April 1971 (2nd and 3rd movement)

Trigram for piano – Pavol Virág – 1973, Concert Hall of the Conservatory, Bratislava

Trio for oboe, violin and piano – Martin Karvaš, Jozef Slovák, Vladimír Godár – 1974, Concert Hall of the Conservatory, Bratislava

Overture à Alfred Jarry – State Philharmonic Orchestra Košice, Richard Zimmer – 198?, Košice

Symphony No. 1 – State Philharmony Gottwaldov, Rostislav Hališka – 4. 6. 1980, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Ricercar – Jozef Kopelman, Peter Hamar, Juraj Alexander, Judita Hamarová – 17. 11. 1980, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Wind Quintet – Bratislava Wind Quintet – 17. 11. 1980, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

By The Waterside – Children’s Singing Choir of the Czechoslovak Radio, Marián Vach – 26. 1. 1981, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Trio – Peter Hamar, Gabriel Končer, Gabriela Csörgöová – 21. 12. 1981, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Suite – Peter Hamar, Juraj Čižmarovič – 31. 1. 1983, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Grave – Marián Varínsky – 31. 10. 1983, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Lyrical Cantata – Mária Adamcová, State Philharmony Košice, Richard Zimmer – 9. 2. 1984, House of Arts Košice

Talisman – Peter Hamar, Ján Slávik, Gabriela Hamarová – 11. 3. 1984, Slovak National Museum, Bratislava

Partita – Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha – 5. 4. 1984, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

With the Cloth – SĽUK – 25. 10. 1984, Rusovce

Little Suite – Peter Krajniak, Ondrej Cibula, Gabriel Szathmáry, Katarína Hudecová – 15. 2. 1985, Concert Hall of the Conservatory, Bratislava

Four Serious Songs (mzs, pno) – Hana Štolfová-Bandová, Marián Varínsky – 5. 5. 1985, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava

Orbis sensualium pictus – Ľubica Rybárska, Peter Mikuláš, Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha, Slovak Philharmonic Choir (Pavol Procházka) – 31. 10. 1985, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Sonata in Memory of Viktor Shklovsky – Ján Slávik, Marián Lapšanský – 11. 2. 1986, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio

Lullabies by Jan Skácel (s, fl, vlc, hpd) – Jana Valášková, Jozef Gurvai, Ľudovít Kanta, Ján Vladimír Michalko –
11. 5. 1986, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava

Sorrowful Songs – Women’s Chamber Choir, Júlia Ráczová – 10. 2. 1987, House of Arts Košice

Concerto grosso – Cappella Istropolitana, Andrew Parrott – 12. 2. 1987, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Meditation – Peter Hamar, State Philharmony Košice, Richard Zimmer – 12. 2. 1987, House of Arts Košice

Sequence – Juraj Čižmarovič, Mikuláš Škuta – 30. 5. 1987, Dramatic Studio of the VŠMU, Reduta, Bratislava

Dariachanghi’s Orchard – Ladislav Kyselák, Jozef Podhoranský, Slovak Philharmonic, Andrew Parrott –
7. 1. 1988, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Four Serious Songs (mzs, orch) – Hana Štolfová-Bandová, Symphony Orchestra of the Czechoslovak Radio Bratislava, Marián Vach – 17. 2. 1988, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava

Clownforum – 17. 11. 1990, Praha

Autumn Meditation – Moyzes Quartet – 12. 2. 1992, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Tenderness – Moyzes Quartet – 12. 2. 1992, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Symphony No. 2, The Ritual – Slovak Philharmonic, Andrew Parrott – 3. 12. 1992, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Via lucis – Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, Ondrej Lenárd – 11. 10. 1993 – Sint-Jan-de Doperkerk, Leuven, Belgique

Barcarole (vln) – Juraj Čižmarovič, Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Bohdan Warchal – 17. 11. 1993, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Déploration sur la mort de Witold Lutosławski – Moyzes Quartet, Daniela Rusó – 20. 4. 1994, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Tombeau de Bartók – Symphonic Orchestra of the HTF VŠMU, Anton Popovič – 28. 5. 1995, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Emmeleia (pno) – John Tilbury – 11. 6. 1995, Evenings of New Music (6), Concert Erik Satie – “...morceaux en forme de poire”, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Meditation (version 1995) – Juraj Čižmarovič, Slovak Sinfonietta of Žilina, Leoš Svárovský – 16. 11. 1995, Melos-Ethos III, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Emmeleia (vlc, pno) – 3. 4. 1996, Nitra Museum, Nitra

Barcarole (vlc) – Julian Lloyd Webber, BT Scottish Ensemble, Clio Gould – 26. 6. 1996, The Hellenic Centre, London. Slovak premiere: Jozef Lupták, Chamber Soloists of Bratislava, Anton Popovič – 1. 10. 1997, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Ecce puer – Emily van Evera, Musica aeterna, Andrew Parrott – 15. 10. 1997, The Castle, Bratislava

La Canzona refrigerativa dell arpa di Davide (vlc, hp) – Jozef Lupták, Adriana Antalová – 29. 3. 1999, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Emmeleia (vln and chamber orchestra) – 12. 11. 1999 Melos-Ethos – Ivana Pristašová, Slovak Sinfonietta of Žilina, Leoš Svárovský – Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Emmeleia (pno trio) – Trio animae – November 1999, Radolfzell, Germany

O Crux – Jozef Lupták – 22. 5. 2000, Studio No. 2 of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava

Missa pastoralis – Alexander Jablokov with children – 15. 12. 2000, Pezinok

Film Suite for string quartet – Albrecht Quartet – 21. August 2001, Charlie’s Bratislava

Mother Stood – Iva Bittová, Miloš Valent, Solamente naturali, Martin Majkút – 15. 9. 2001, Svätý Kríž (wooden articular church), Liptovský Mikuláš (synagogue)

Variazioni facili – Opera aperta (Ivana Pristašová, Jozef Lupták, Eleonóra Škutová) – 17. 11. 2001, Marathon of Contemporary Music Prague

Lullabies (a, 2vlns, vla, vlc) Iva Bittová, Moyzes Quartet – 5. 2. 2002, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Divertimento in A – Stanislav Mucha, Eugen Prochác – 27. 7. 2002, Baroque Palace of St. Anton, Festival of Beautiful Music, Banská Štiavnica

Tombeau de Bartók (revised) – State Philharmonic Orchestra Košice, Peter Breiner – 15. 11. 2002, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava

Emmeleia (4 gtrs) – Bratislava Guitar Quartet – 5. 12. 2002, Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland

The Swan Song (4 vlcs) – Ján Slávik, Jozef Podhoranský, Eugen Prochác, Katarína Zajacová – 27. 6. 2003, Eunika, Modra

Little Suite for saxophone quartet – Saxophone Quartet Bohemia – 28. 6. 2003, Courtyard of the Old Viniculture School, Modra

Elegy for violoncello – Ján Slávik – 28. 6. 2003, The Castle Červený kameň

Emmeleia (string quartet) – Bratislava String Quartet – 29. 6. 2003, Church of St. Stephen the King, Modra

Bikít Gilgamesh – Peter Mikuláš, Jozef Lupták – 21. 9. 2003, Church of Klarisky, Bratislava

Mohenjo-Daro – Iva Bittová, Miloš Valent, Solamente naturali, Marek Štryncl – 1./2. 10. 2003, BHS, Church of St. James, Trnava / Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Lullabies (a, 2vlns, 2vlas, vlc) – Iva Bittová, Solamente naturali – 1./2. 10. 2003 BHS, Church of St. James, Trnava / Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Magnificat – Iva Bittová, Solamente naturali, Marek Štryncl, Conservatory Choir in Bratislava (Dušan Bill) – 1./2. 10. 2003 BMF, Church of St. James, Trnava / Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Regina coeli – Iva Bittová, Miloš Valent, Solamente naturali, Marek Štryncl, Conservatory Choir in Bratislava (Dušan Bill) – 1./2. 10. 2003 BHS, Church of St. James, Trnava / Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Violin Sonata – Juraj Čižmarovič – 16. 11. 2004, Concert Studio of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava

Emmeleia (vln, pno) – Yvetta Slezáková, Ladislav Fančovič – 23. 1. 2005, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava

La Carnaval de Venise – Moyzes Quartet – 10. 5. 2005, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Little Suite for Little David – Stano Palúch, Andrej Šeban, Slovak Sinfonietta of Žilina, Peter Breiner – 4./5. 10. 2005, BHS, House of Arts Fatra Žilina / Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Maykomashmalon (a, pno) – Iva Bittová, Barbara Willi – 19. 10. 2005, Besední dům, Brno

Emmeleia (pno duet) – Ivan Buffa, Diana Cibuľová – 26. 10. 2005, Concert Studio of the Slovak Radio, Bratislava

Missa pastoralis for guitar quartet – Bratislava Guitar Quartet – 20. 12. 2005, Zichy Palace, Bratislava

The Swan Song (pno trio) – Juraj Čižmarovič, Ján Slávik, Vladimír Godár – 10. 4. 2006, Synagogue, Trnava

Lullabies by Jan Skácel (s, vln, vlc, pno) – Iva Bittová, Juraj Čižmarovič, Ján Slávik, Vladimír Godár – 11. 4. 2006, Pálffy Palace, Bratislava

Maykomashmalon (a, vln, vlc, pno) – Iva Bittová, Juraj Čižmarovič, Ján Slávik, Vladimír Godár – 11. 4. 2006, Pálffy Palace, Bratislava

Variations on the Slovak Folk Song for two celli – Robert Cohen, Jozef Lupták – 15. 9. 2006, Design Center, Bratislava

Maykomashmalon (a, vla, vlc) – Iva Bittová, Miloš Valent, Michal Sťahel – 8. 11. 2006. Friedenskirche, Ludwigshafen, Jazz Festival

Maykomashmalon (a, vla, strings, hp, choir) – Iva Bittová, Miloš Valent, Solamente Naturali, Marek Štryncl, Bratislava Conservatory Choir (choirmaster Dušan Bill) – 8. 11. 2006, Friedenskirche, Ludwigshafen, Jazz Festival

Christmas Songs – Marta Angela Vávrová, Slovak Chamber Orchestra of Bohdan Warchal, Ewald Danel – 17. 12. 2006, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava

Passacaglia (vc) – Jozef Lupták – 13. 9. 2007, Klarisky, Bratislava

Under the Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom – Zoltán Vongrey+Michal Majer, Gabriela Chlpeková+Miroslava Peterská, Ján Jamrich, Vladimíra Valentová, cond. Marián Vach, stage dir. Maja Hriešik, choreography Stanislava Vlčeková, scenography Jerguš Opršal, costumes Ján Kocman, choirmaster Ján Procházka, orchestra, choir and ballet of the State opera in Banská Bystrica – 23. 5. 2008, State Opera Banská Bystrica

Lullabies (a, pno) – Petra Noskaiová, Vladimír Godár – 8. 6. 2008, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava

Dormi Jesu – Hilda Gulyásová, Bratislava Conservatory Choir (choirmaster Dušan Bill), Maxine Eilander, Stephen Stubbs – 11. 7. 2008, Eglise du Collège de Saint-Michel, Fribourg (sneak preview 9. 7. 2008, Piarist Church, Prievidza)

Suite for 2 celli – Duo8corde: Silvia Longauerova, Felix Vogelsang – 30. 8. 2008, Chiesa parrochiale Mergoscia, Vergeletto, Switzerland

Barcarole for solo viola, string orchestra, harp and harpsichord – Daniel Rubenstein (viola), Ingrid Procureur (harp), Orchestre du Conservatoire Royal de Mons, Daniel Gazon – 21. 11. 2008, Théatre Royal de Mons, Mons, Belgique

Emmeleia (vla, pno) – Peter Zwiebel, Ivan Buffa – 30. 11. 2008, Mirbach Palace, Bratislava

Querela pacis (cantata) – Marieke Steenhoek, Jan Kullmann, choir of the participants of the Europa cantat festival, The Northern Consort, Florian Heyerick – 23. 7. 2009, Domkerk, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Querela pacis (oratorio, extended and reworked version) – Hilda Gulyásová, Petra Noskaiová, Tomáš Šelc, St. Martin Cathedral Choir (Dušan Bill), Solamente naturali, Andrew Parrott – 10. 7. 2010, airport (Pohoda festival), Trenčín

O Crux (for viola) – Milan Paľa – 17. 12. 2010, Esterházy palace, SNG, Bratislava

Little Suite for Little David, version for solo violin and solo cello – Stano Palúch, Jozef Lupták, Capella Istropolitana, Peter Breiner – 7. 4. 2011, Bratislava, Mirror Hall of the Primate’s Palace

Four Serious Songs, revised version – Petra Noskaiová, Ivan Buffa – 17. 5. 2012, Nitra, Nitra Gallery

Sweet and Low, lullaby – Ensemble Corund, Michal Matejčík, Milan Paľa, Igor Karško, Jozef Lupták, Peter Jurčenko – 15. 9. 2013, St. Martin Cathedral, Bratislava

Querela pacis (oratory, restored premiere) – Hilda Gulyásová, Petra Noskaiová, Tomáš Šelc, St. Martin Cathedral Choir (Dušan Bill), Solamente naturali, Andrew Parrott – 30. 4. 2014, Bratislava, Slovak Philharmonic

Barcarole for solo viola, string orchestra, harp and harpsichord – Ewald Danel, Katarína Turnerová, Marica Dobiášová, Slovak Chamber Orcestra – 22. 3. 2015, Small Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava (Slovak premiere)

La Canzona refrigerativa dell arpa di Davide for viola and guitar – Miloš Valent, Ondrej Veselý – 6. 5. 2017, Small Evangelical Church, Bratislava

Šlof, majn kind for mezzosoprano, guitar and chamber orchestra – Petra Noskaiová, Ondrej Veselý, Solamente naturali (Miloš Valent) – 6. 5. 2017, Small Evangelical Church, Bratislava

Sweet and low (Alfred Tennyson) for mixed choir, strings and guitar – Vocale Ensemble SoLa (Hilda Gulyás), Solamente naturali (Miloš Valent), Ondrej Veselý – 6. 5. 2017, Small Evangelical Church, Bratislava

Lullabies (version for voice, strings and harp) – Katarína Máliková, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Marián Lejava – 7. 7. 2017 – airport Trenčín, Pohoda festival

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