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Valery Polyansky - Talents Of Russia: Musique Liturgique Russe album mp3
Choral
  • Performer:
    Valery Polyansky
  • Title:
    Talents Of Russia: Musique Liturgique Russe
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  • Style:
    Choral
  • Date of release:
    1995
  • Duration:
    57:13
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    1728 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1698 megabytes
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    1785 megabytes
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    4.8
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Talents Of Russia: Musique Liturgique Russe.

Valery Kuzmich Polyansky (Russian: Валерий Кузьмич Полянский; born April 19, 1949 in Moscow) is a Russian orchestral and choral conductor. People's Artist of Russia (1996).

Profile: Soviet and Russian conductor and chorus master, People's Artist of Russia (1996), the founder, artistic director and chief conductor of the The Russian State Symphony Cappella. Born: April 19, 1949, Moscow, USSR. Conductor: 1971-1991 State Chamber Choir of Moscow Conservatory, later The USSR Ministry Of Culture Chamber Choir 1971-1977 Moscow operetta theatre orchestra 1977-1980 Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Since 1991 The Russian State Symphony Cappella.

Traditional Russian Folk Songs - Russian State Symphony Cappella & Valery Polyansky. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.

Valery Polyansky (Art Director and Chief Conductor). Valeri Polyansky was born in 1949 in Moscow. After completing the musical college Polyansky enters the Moscow Conservatoire, starting his studies with professor . Kulikov (choral conducting). Korobeinikov’s performances have been broadcast by Arte, Mezzo, Kultura, France Musique, BBC 3, NDR-Kultur and other TV channels and radio stations in Russia, USA, France, UK, Switzerland, Uruguay and Croatia. The pianist’s CDs comprising works by Alexander Scriabin (Mirare, 2008) and Dmitri Shostakovich (Mirare, 2012) have been given the most prestigious awards of French musical critics, Diapason d'or, Diapason decouverte and Choc.

Beste: Dmitri Bortniansky - Valery Polyansky, Irina Archipowa & Russian Chamber Choir. 3. Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, Op. 31: No. 1. Velikaja Ektenija (Ektene of Supplication). Beste: Sergei Rachmaninoff & John Chrysostom - Valery Polyansky, Alexander Archipow & Russian Chamber Choir.

Valery Polyansky conducts Schnittke (K)ein Sommernachtstraum. A special place, however, belongs to the masterpieces of Russia. By its interpretation of the country's musical heritage the choir brings to life a peculiar Russian chorus anthology that goes back to the vocal art of Old Russia. Well-known Soviet composers regularly contribute to the singers' repertoire dedicating their new works to Polyansky's collective.

The Russian branch offices were taken over by Muzgiz after the revolution, and the headquarters moved to Paris in 1920. dition russe de musique. Rossiyskoe muzykalnoye izdatelstvo (Российское музыкальное издательство). A. Gutheil (1914-1947).

Credits

Valery Polyansky - Primary Artist