The Bell Tolls, after Ivan Vazov (1929);
Lazarska Suite (1938);
The Ninth of September Cantata, lyrics by Bogomil Raynov (1946).
For symphony orchestra:
Bulgarian Rhapsody (1938, originally written for wind orchestra, 1937);
Sakar Suite, symphony music to the poem September by Geo Milev (1940);
German Symphonic Poem (1940; staged at the National Theatre);
Pastoral for flute and orchestra (1943);
Symphony of Youth (1949);
Five Symphonic Dances (1952).
Suites for solo and chamber orchestra:
From Sredna Gora (1937);
From North-western Bulgaria (1938),
From East Thrace (1938).
Wind Quartet (1930).
Little Piece for violoncello and piano (1945);
Two Little Pieces for clarinet and French horn (1948).
Songs for traditional music choir:
Draganka and the Nightingale;
Aide suntze zaide (The Sun Went Down);
Dva sia zmiiki biyat (Two Snakes Are Fighting);
Zakukala e kukuvitsa (A Cuckoo Is Calling);
Stani mi maicho, otkachi;
Prehvraknala ptichka (A Bird Flew Over);
Zamraknala e Yana (Yana Was Benighted);
Polegnala e Tudora (Tudora Lay Down for a While);
Dai si, Vase, rachichkata (Give Me Your Hand, Vaza);
Dona na porti sedeshe (Dona Was Standing at the Gate);
Kazhi, kazhi, agnio (Tell Me, My Lamb);
Chereshitza rod rodila (The Cherry Tree Bore Fruit), etc.
For traditional music orchestra:
Trite pati (The Three Times) (1951);
Shopp Suite (1952);
Thracian Wedding (1961);
Concertino for solo kaval and orchestra (1962).
Music to the films:
Under the Yoke, directed by S. Vasilev (1952);
The Heroes at the Shipka (1954, in co-authorship with N. Kryukov);
Troubled Road, directed by D. Dakovski (1955);
Sly Peter, directed by S. Sarchadjiev (1960).
Selected literature on him (in Bulgarian):
Stoyanov, Stoyan. Philip Koutev (Sofia, 1962);
Kouteva, Maria. I Wish to Tell About Philip (Sofia, 1998).