Compositions

Dino Imeri Online / COMPOSITIONS

Dino Imeri is well known for his compositional output in various genres including classical music, film music, multimedia projects, contemporary performances etc.

You can find a catalog of Imeri’s recent works bellow:


2020
  • “Reflections” for piano:
    – Introduction;
    – A new day;
    – Sentimental Waltz;
    – Chuang Tzu’s butterfly;
    – Gala’s Dream (2019);
    – Allusion (Tempo di Pajdusko) (2019 / revised 2020);
    – Nam Myoho Renge Kyo (“Jas te prativ na voda, Kalino”) (Trad. / Dino Imeri, 2019);
    – Finale; 
  • “Silent Tears” for piano
  • “Hallucination” for two pianos

2019
  • “Allusions of Teshkoto” for narrator and piano
  • “A new day” for two pianos
  • “Jas te prativ na voda, Kalino” (traditional / Dino Imeri) for piano
  • “Musical Meditations” for piano:
    (piano works based on the exhibition “The Master and his Apprentices”):
    – The Master’s feet;
    – Dea;
    – A dream with the stars;
    – The beheading of St. John the Baptist and Requiem
    – Portrait
    – Poetics of Space;
  • “I am not Igor” – short film directed by Sergej Georgiev / music by Adi & Dino Imeri
  • “Three Meditations”:
    – “A dream within a dream”
    – “Wonder”
    – “Death and Rebirth”
  • “Gala’s Dream”

2018
  • “Dream” for voice and piano (based on a poem by Blazhe Koneski)
  • Cadenza for Joseph Haydn’s Keyboard Concerto in D-major
  • “Vjehni, fjolice” (traditional / Dino Imeri) for piano

2017
  • “Second Chance” feature film directed by Marija Dzidzeva / music by Dino Imeri
  • “In Treatment” television series directed by Vardan Tozija / 45 episodes / music by Adi & Dino Imeri
  • Cadenza for Blagoj Canev’s Concerto for piano and strings

2016
  • Cadenza for Aleksandar Dzambazov’s “Seven Dance Variations” for piano and orchestra
  • “Finale” for piano (Third movement from Damir Imeri’s Concerto for piano and orchestra, arranged by Dino Imeri)
  • “Finale” for two pianos (Third movement from Damir Imeri’s Concerto for piano and orchestra, arranged by Dino Imeri)
  • “Akasha” for two pianos (Original work by Damir Imeri, arranged by Dino Imeri)

2014
  • Cadenza for Franz Liszt’s “Hungarian Rhapsody” no.2
  • “A Smile before Dawn” for piano (Aleksandar Dzambazov, arranged by Dino Imeri)

2012
  • Paraphrase on Franz Liszt’s “Hungarian Rhapsody” no.15 “Rakoczy March”
  • Paraphrase on Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Flight of the bumblebee”

2011
  • Cadenza for Sergey Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini” op.43