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G. Rossini - La Cenerentola - Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - Onissim Bron, coductor

G. Rossini - La Cenerentola - Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - Onissim Bron, coductor
ID: AQVR135-2
Disk: 2
Type: CD
Kolekce: Opera CollectionPodkolekce: Voices and Orchestra

Complete version
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Rimsky-Korsakov - May Night - Moscow Radio choir & orchestra -N. Golovanov

Rimsky-Korsakov - May Night - Moscow Radio choir & orchestra -N. Golovanov
ID: AQVR226-2
Disk: 2
Type: CD
Kolekce: Opera CollectionPodkolekce: Voices and Orchestra

Opera in three acts after Gogol

GOLOVA, THE MAYOR..................SERGEI KRASSOVSKY
LIEVKO THE MAYOR'S SON.........PIOTR MALYUTENKO
HANNA..............................................MARIA MAKSAKOVA
THE PANOTCHKA...........................ELISAVETA TCHUMSKAYA
KALIENIK, THE DRUNK OF THE VILLAGE - DANYIL DEMIANOV
THE DISTILLER................................SERGEI STRELTZOV
THE MAYOR'S SISTER-IN-LAW....ELISAVETA ANTONOVA
THE CHANCELLOR.........................GEORGE ABRAMOV
NASSIEDKA......................................G. PAVLOVA
VORON..............................................ZARA DOLUKHANOVA
MATCHEKHA...................................L. KHANANINA
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The Russian Legacy - Zara Dolukhanova

The Russian Legacy - Zara Dolukhanova
ID: GHCD2281_4
Disk: 4
Type: CD
Kolekce: Vocal CollectionPodkolekce: Legendary Voices

Performer: Zara Dolukhanova, Berta Kozel, N. Rozov, Galina Sakharova, Rostislav Dubinsky, Alexander Yeroklin, Valentin Berlinsky, Ivan Kozlovsky, Andrei Ivanov, Georgi Orentlikher, Nina Svetlanova, Alexander Dolukhanian, Anton Ossipovich Bernard, Nadezhda Kazantseva
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A. GLAZUNOV - The Seasons - Symphony Op.6 - N.Golovanov

A. GLAZUNOV - The Seasons - Symphony Op.6 - N.Golovanov
ID: MELCD1000929
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Orchestral WorksPodkolekce: Orchestr

GLAZUNOV:THE SEASONS OP.67(1929)/SYMPHONY NO.6 OP.58(1952):ALEXANDER GLAZUNOV(cond)/SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA/ETC
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F. Liszt - Dedicated to the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt

F. Liszt - Dedicated to the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt
ID: MELCD1001911
Disk: 2
Type: CD
Kolekce: Piano ConcertoPodkolekce: Piano and Orchestra

22 October, 2011 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt (1811-1886), the brilliant virtuoso pianist, genius composer, renowned educator and music critic, one of the brightest stars of the musical Olympus of the 19th century. As a daring innovator, Liszt stirred up a revolution in both the art of piano playing and composing. Being a classic of the Hungarian national music who imbibed cultural tradition of other countries, Liszt exerted influence upon on the course of European music in general. "If not for Liszt, the fate of new music would have been different," wrote music critic Vladimir Stasov. The piano remained Liszt's favourite instrument throughout his artistic life. His innovative approach to the instrument showed up in his orchestral and symphonic interpretation. He created a multitude of virtuosic transcriptions of his own works and ones composed by others authors such as operatic numbers and songs by Schumann, symphonies by Beethoven. "In the span of its seven octaves, [the piano] embraces the range of a whole orchestra, and the ten fingers of a single man suffice to render the harmonies produced created by the concurrence of a hundred musicians," wrote Liszt. In the field of symphonic music, the composer created a whole new genre - single movement symphonic poem (Tasso, Les préludes, Orpheus, Prometheus and others). This release dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Liszt's birth includes compositions by Franz Liszt performed by some of the best musicians such as Alexander Slobodyanik (his recording of a Hungarian Rhapsody and Piano Sonata in B minor brought him a Franz Liszt award in Hungary, in 1976), Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Vladimir Ashkenazi, Gleb Akselrod, Mark Ermler, Lazar Berman, Vladimir Ovchinnikov and Kirill Kondrashin.


CD 1:
(1) - Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
(2) - Lazar Berman (piano)
(3) - Vladimir Ovchinnikov (piano)
(4) - Gleb Akselrod (piano)
(5) - Alexander Slobodyanik (piano)
CD2:
(1) - Pavel Serebryakov (piano) / Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra - Kirill Kondrashin
(2) - Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - Gennady Rozhdestvensky
(3 - 5 ) - USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra - Mark Ermler
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David Oistrakh (violin) - J.S. Bach - Beethoven - Brahms - Dvorak and etc…

David Oistrakh (violin) - J.S. Bach - Beethoven - Brahms - Dvorak and etc…
ID: MELCD1001931
Disk: 5
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

"On stage, Oistrakh produces an impression of a colossus. He firmly stands on the ground, he holds his violin proudly, and he creates music that finds expression in an endless stream of beauty and grace", wrote the great violin player Isaac Stern. Among the numerous famous performers the 20th century gave to the world, David Oistrakh ranks especially high. "… one of the really great violinists of our time. Oistrakh is great not because he is a virtuoso, but because he is a genuine, inspired musician," wrote the press during his first coming to the United States in 1955. Oistrakh had to play the very first concert of that tour on the same day with performances of Nathan Milstein and Mischa Elman (Joseph Szigeti played on the same day at another venue in New York). Fritz Kreisler who was in the house expressed his admiration for Oistrakh after the concert. Firma Melodiya presents a set of recordings by the great musician of this country. Oistrakh recorded violin concertos by Bach, Mozart, Viotti, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Dvorak, and Taneyev in the 1950s and 1960s in the prime of his performing career jointly with some of the best conductors of the previous century such as Nikolai Malko, Herbert von Karajan, Alexander Gauk, Kirill Kondrashin and Gennady Rozhdestvensky. The performances of Brahms's and Franck's sonatas by David Oistrakh and Sviatoslav Richter also featured in this set once was unanimously recognized by domestic and foreign audiences as one of the best achievements of the 20th century in the field of chamber music.


CD 1
David Oistrakh, violin
Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra - Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
London Philharmonic Orchestra - Nikolai Malko, conductor
Total time: 77:08
CD 2
David Oistrakh, violin
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra / USSR State Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Kondrashin, conductor
Total time: 70:59
CD 3
David Oistrakh, violin and Sviatoslav Richter, piano
Total time: 72:24
CD 4
David Oistrakh, violin
USSR State Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Kondrashin, conductor
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - Alexander Gauk, conductor
Total time: 72:44
CD 5
David Oistrakh, violin
Philadelphia Orchestra - Eugene Ormandy
London Philharmonic Orchestra - David Oistrakh, conductor
USSR State Symphony Orchestra - Kirill Kondrashin, conductor
Total time: 69:21
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David Oistrakh Conducts Berlioz - Brahms - Lalo

David Oistrakh Conducts Berlioz - Brahms - Lalo
ID: MELCD1001955
Disk: 2
Type: CD
Kolekce: Violin ConcertoPodkolekce: Violin and Orchestra

The great violinist David Oistrakh realised his ambition to conduct in 1961and from then until his last concert in Moscow in 1974, combined solo and conducting work. A Viennese newspaper wrote “A world-known violinist being a top-class conductor at the same time is an extraordinary phenomenon.”

It was in 1961 when the great violinist Oistrakh realized his old dream of conducting for the first time. Since then, until his last concert in Moscow in October 1974, where Brahms’s second symphony was performed, the musician combined solo and conducting work appearing to his audiences as a conductor of the Orchestra of Moscow Philharmonic Society, Big Symphony Orchestra of All - Union Radio, and with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and other celebrated collectives. “A world - known violinist being a top class conductor at the same time is an extraordinary phenomenon. And David Oistrakh is a remarkable conductor,” wrote one of the Viennese newspapers in 1966. This Firma Melodiya release features compositions by Édouard Lalo (Symphonie espagnole), Hector Berlioz (Harold in Italy) and Johannes Brahms (Violin concerto in D major, Op. 77 Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73) performed by the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Oistrakh.


CD1:
(1 - 5) Igor Oistrakh, violin / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - David Oistrakh, conductor
(6 - 9) Rudolf Barshai, viola / Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra - David Oistrakh, conductor
CD2:
(1 - 3) Igor Oistrakh, violin / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra - David Oistrakh, conductor
(4 - 7) Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra - David Oistrakh, conductor
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A. Lokshin - Symphonies Nos. 4, 9 and 11- Conductors: R. Barshai - G. Rozhdestvensky - K. Sanderling

A. Lokshin - Symphonies Nos. 4, 9 and 11- Conductors: R. Barshai - G. Rozhdestvensky - K. Sanderling
ID: MELCD1001983
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: SymphonyPodkolekce: Voices and Orchestra

Alexander Lokshin composed eleven symphonies, but only No.4 included here, is purely orchestral.
Symphony No. 9 was only performed once in the composer’s lifetime, conducted by Barshai.
Symphony No. 9 is a lyrical chamber work.


Lokshin:
Symphony No. 4 'Sinfonia Stretta'
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai

Symphony No. 9 for baritone and string orchestra, to poems by Leonid Martynov
Yuri Grigoriev (baritone)
Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolf Barshai

Symphony No. 11 for soprano and orchestra, to a sonnet by Luís de Camões
Ludmila Sokolenko (soprano)
Ensemble of soloists, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky

Hungarian Fantasy for violin and orchestra
Yulian Sitkovetsky (violin)
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kurt Sanderling
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A.Glazunov - Concertos for Violin, Cello, Saxophone - V. Tretyakov (violin) - M. Rostropovich (cello) - L. Mikhailov (saxophone)

A.Glazunov - Concertos for Violin, Cello, Saxophone - V. Tretyakov (violin) - M. Rostropovich (cello) - L. Mikhailov (saxophone)
ID: MELCD1002131
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Podkolekce: Saxophone

Firma Melodiya presents an album of concert works by the outstanding Russian composer Alexander Glazunov.

“…An incredibly wide scope, power, inspiration, lightness of mighty moods, wonderful beauty, magnificent fantasy, sometimes humour, melancholy, passion and always amazing clarity and freedom of form”, this is how Vladimir Stasov, a critic and Glazunov’s contemporary, defined the main properties of the composer’s music.

A pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov and Balakirev, and a true successor of the traditions of The Five, Glazunov was also a great admirer of Tchaikovsky’s works and synthesized the two major traditions of the Russian music art of the 19th century in his music.

Glazunov’s Violin Concerto is among the most popular works of the world’s violin literature. The other featured pieces created during the composer’s late period when he lived abroad are less known.

The Concerto Ballata for cello and orchestra was ordered by and dedicated to the great cellist Pablo Casals. The Concerto for saxophone and orchestra was inspired by a performance of the National Guard orchestra in Paris. Amazed with the timbre of the instrument, then very rare in academic music, and a virtuosic performance, he created a piece where the saxophone in combination with string instruments sounds surprisingly softly and songfully in a Russian way.

Glazunov’s compositions are performed by the outstanding Russian musicians such as Viktor Tretiakov (violin), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) and Lev Mikhailov (saxophone).

Glazunov:
Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 82
Viktor Tretiakov (violin)
The Moscow Symphony Radio Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev

Concerto ballata in C major for cello and orchestra, Op. 108
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)
The USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov

Saxophone Concerto in E flat major, Op. 109
Lev Mikhailov (saxophone)
The Moscow Symphony Radio Orchestra Soloists Ensemble, Alexander Korneev
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Georgy Sviridov - The Blizzard and Pushkin’s Garland

Georgy Sviridov - The Blizzard and Pushkin’s Garland
ID: MELCD1002202
Disk: 1
Type: CD
Kolekce: Vocal CollectionPodkolekce: Choir and Orchestra

For the 15th anniversary of the death of the outstanding Russian composer Georgy Sviridov, Firma Melodiya presents an album of his best known works from different years.

His creative work was uncommon for 20th century music - he found his style remained inside the classical tradition without breaking it. No matter what he composed for - voice, choir or orchestra - his music went straight to the heart, evoking a sensitive listener’s keen response, be it a sophisticated music lover or a dilettante.

Sviridov’s music revives and continues the best aspects of the Russian music tradition. It is no mere chance that his best known compositions are linked with the name of Alexander Pushkin. These are the ones featured on this album.

The score to the motion picture The Blizzard, after Pushkin’s novel, was composed in 1964. It has outlived the film, becoming a self-sufficient and incredibly popular symphonic piece. Pushkin’s Garland for soloists, choir and instrumental ensemble became the composer’s offering for the poet’s 180th anniversary. This choir cycle opened a new page in Sviridov’s creative path, anticipating his late vocal opuses.

Sviridov's works are performed by the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev, a recognized interpreter of the composer’s music, and the remarkable Moscow Chamber Choir under Vladimir Minin.

Sviridov:
Pushkin's Garland - concerto for chorus
A. Vedernikov & N. Gerasimova

The Moscow Chamber Choir & The Chamber Ensemble of the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Minin

Snow-Storm, 9 orchestral illustrations after Pushkin's story
The Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Fedoseyev
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