ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887): Symphonies No. 1 in E Flat, No. 2 in B Minor and No. 3 in A Minor, In the Steppes of Central Asia, Overture to Prince Igor, Polovtsian Dances and Chorus, Polovtsian March, Petite Suite (orch. Alexander Glazunov [1865-1936]), MODEST MUSSORGSKY (1839-1881): Pictures at an Exhibition (orch. Maurice Ravel [1875-1937]), Songs and Dances of Death (orch. Dmitri Shostakovich [1906-1975]), Solemn March, Golitsyn Train from Khovanshchina, Night on Bald Mountain (orch. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov [1844-1908]), Dawn over the Moscow River (orch. Shostakovich), Dawn over the Moscow River (orch. Rimsky-Korsakov), Dance of the Persian Girls from Khovanshchina, Overture and Gopak from Sorochinsky Fair, Introduction and Polonaise from Boris Godunov, Scherzo in B Flat, Intermezzo in B Minor, Sunless (Galina Vishnevskaya [soprano], orch. Evgeni Svetlanov [1928-2002], rec. live May 5, 1968), Destruction of Sennacherib, Jesus Navinus, ANATOLY LIADOV (1855-1914): From the Apocalypse, Op. 66, From Days of Old, OP. 21b, Polonaises in C, Op. 49 & in D, Op. 55, Baba-Yaga, Op. 56, The Enchanted Lake, Op. 62, Kikimora, Op. 63, 8 Russian Songs, Op. 58, Musical Snuff-Box, Op. 32.
Catalogue Number: 11L052
Label: Svetlanov Collection
Reference: SVET 10-14/5
Description: The next package of Svetlanov's "Anthology of Russian Symphony Music". You'll see what's rare and what's not from perusing the above; but you'll have to guess who the vocal soloist is in Mussorgsky's Songs and Dances of Death since the shabby documentation won't tell you (my own personal collection allowed me to find Vishnevskaya as the soprano in Sunless). 5 CDs. USSR Symphony Orchestra; Evgeni Svetlanov. Recorded 1963-1983.