- Performer:Valery Polyansky
- Title:Mussorgsky: The Lad's Dream; Three Symphonic Choruses; Pictures at an Exhibition
- Date of release:June 17, 1997
- Size FLAC version1458 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1545 megabytes
- Size WMA version1140 megabytes
- Formats:MMF ADX AC3 MOD MIDI MP4
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Animals Children Conflict Death Easter Halloween Myths & Legends Other Times & Places Visions. Mussorgsky: The Lad's Dream; Three Symphonic Choruses; Pictures at an Exhibition. Pictures at an Exhibition (Kartinki s vïstavski), for orchestra, orchestrated by Ravel. 5. Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel.
Orchestra Russian State Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Valeri Polyansky. Venue Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory. Producer Igor Veprintsev. Can be played on any normal CD player, home, car or computer. Please note: This is not an original CD manufactured by the label. P&P for single unit's: UK £1. Pictures at an Exhibition, orchestrated Ravel.
Valery Gergiev's absorbing traversal of Pictures at an Exhibition stresses composer Mussorgsky's elemental sensibility over Ravel's urbane orchestration. The conductor achieves this by encouraging the Vienna Philharmonic brass to play up their characteristically broad sonority, especially from the elemental choralelike writing in Catacombae until the concluding Great Gate at Kiev's shattering climax. Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Mussorgskys 1874 suite Pictures at an Exhibition has proved perhaps the most popular of all the composers works, both in its original version for piano and in the colorful orchestral version of Ravel presented here. 2. Gopak (Hopak), for orchestra, transcribed by Liadov from the opera SorochintsÃ¯ Fair. They include Three Movements from Petrouchka, Pictures at an Exhibition, and Dumka, respectively. Performing these difficult works is Yefim Bronfman, a Soviet-born (Uzbekistan, 1958) Israeli-American pianist who studied with such renown teachers as Rudolf Firkusny, Leon Fleisher, and Rudolf Serkin. So, he certainly has the credentials.
Valery Gavrilin: Symphonic suite on the poem of A. Tvardovsky "A House on the Road" - Vladimir Fedoseev cond. Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio. Catacombae - Sepulchrum romanus - Vladimir Fedoseev - Moscow Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition. Promenade - Vladimir Fedoseev - Moscow Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition. Samuel Goldenberg et Schmuyle - Vladimir Fedoseev - Moscow Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition.
Symphonic Prog T-Tauri. lista zespołów Symphonic Prog T-Tauri Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Dodaj teksty piosenek do albumu. Promenade III. 01:03. 6. Tuileries (Children Quarrelling After Play). 8. Promenade IV. 00:38. 9. Ballet of the Chicks in Their Shell.
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CreditsViktor Bobrov - Bass (Vocal)
Gery Bramall - Translation
Elena Buneeva - Editing, Engineer
Marianne Fernee - Translation
Florence Daguerre de Hureaux - Translation
Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres - Unknown Contributor Role
Vladimir Kisselev - Editing, Engineer
Ludmila Kuznetsova - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Guy Lawrence - Design
Tigram Martyrosyan - Bass (Vocal)
Viktor Obnosov - Tenor (Vocal)
Valery Polyansky - Director, Primary Artist
Maurice Ravel - Orchestration
Russian State Symphony Capella - Ensemble
Russian Symphony Orchestra - Unknown Contributor Role
Anne Steeb - Translation
Philip Taylor - Liner Notes, Translation
Igor Veprintsev - Producer
Michael White-Robinson - Unknown Contributor Role
|1||Sorochintsï Fair: Dream of the Peasant Gritsko (Night on Bald Mountain), for chorus & orchestra||Valery Polyansky||11:43|
|Oedipus in Athens: Scene in the Temple, incidental music for chorus & orchestra, edited by Rimsky-Korsakov|
|2||Near the Temple of the Eumenides; arranged by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov||Valery Polyansky||3:52|
|The Destruction of Sennacherib (Porazheniye Sennakheriba), for chorus & orchestra|
|3||Arranged by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov||Valery Polyansky||6:39|
|Joshua (Jesus Navin), cantata for 2 vocal soloists, chorus & orchestra or piano, edited by Rimsky-Korsakov|
|4||Arranged by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov||Valery Polyansky||6:41|
|Pictures at an Exhibition (Kartinki s vïstavski), for orchestra, orchestrated by Ravel|
|5||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||1:39|
|6||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||2:50|
|7||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||0:58|
|8||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||5:46|
|9||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||0:32|
|10||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||1:05|
|11||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||2:50|
|12||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||0:46|
|13||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||1:20|
|14||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||2:31|
|15||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||1:30|
|16||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||2:25|
|17||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||1:54|
|18||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||3:32|
|19||Orchestrated by Maurice Ravel||Valery Polyansky||5:56|