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Mussorgsky : Alexander Vedernikov, Nina Grigorieva, Andrei Sokolov, Vladimir Fedoseyev - Boris Godunov (Selección) download mp3 album

Mussorgsky : Alexander Vedernikov, Nina Grigorieva, Andrei Sokolov, Vladimir Fedoseyev - Boris Godunov (Selección) download mp3 album
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Album:
Boris Godunov (Selección)
Style:
Opera
Released:
1989
Country:
Spain
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1101 mb
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1140 mb
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1413 mb
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Complete your Mussorgsky : Alexander Vedernikov, Nina Grigorieva, Andrei Sokolov, Vladimir Fedoseyev collection.

Excerpts from M. Mussorgsky - I. Arkhipova, A. Vedernikov, V. Piavko, Yu. Masurok , Conductor V. Fedoseyev - Boris Godunov, Popular Music Drama.

Vladimir Silayev, Andrei Sokolov, Janis Sporgis, Galfira Koroleva, Yuri Mazurok, Alexander Voroshilo, Irina Arkhipova, Vladimir Matorin, Nikolai Nizinenko, Elena Shkolnikova, Artur Eisen, Nina Grigorieva, Anatoly Mishutin, Vladislav Pyavko, Yuri Yelnikov, Alexander Vedernikov, Ludmila Simonova, Vladimir Filippov USSR Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra Soloists, Vladimir Fedoseyev (conductor). Boris Godunov (Russian: Борис Годунов, original orthography Борисъ Годуновъ, Borís Godunóv) is an opera by Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881)

Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov - Irina Arkhipova, Nina Grigorieva, Ludmila Simonova & Glafira Koroleva Mezzo, Alexander Vedernikov, Vladimir Matorin, Artur Eisen, Vladimir Filippov & Nikolai Nizinenko Bass, Vladislav Piavko, Andrei Sokolov, Anatoli Mishutin, Janis Sprogis & Yuri Elkinov Tenor, Alexander Voroshilo & Yuri Mazurok Bariton, USSR Large RSO & -Chorus, Ludmila Ermakova & Vladimir Fedoseyev, Melodia C10 20255 009,, Box 4Lp.

Alexander Alexandrovich Vedernikov (Александр Александрович Ведерников) (born 11 January 1964, in Moscow) is a Russian conductor. His father, Alexander Filipovich Vedernikov, was a famous Russian bass who sang at the Bolshoi Theatre, and his mother, Natalia Nikolaevna Gureeva, was a professor of organ at the Moscow Conservatory. Vedernikov graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1988, where he studied under Leonid Nikolaev. He also took classes from Mark Ermler

Sporgis Tchelkalov - Alexander Voroshilo Krushchov - Yuri Elnikov Nurse - Nina Grigorieva Nikitich - Vladimir Filippov Mityukha - Nikolai Nizinenkov Lavitsky - Yuri Elnikov Cherniovsky - Vladimir Silaev Mussorgsky. mussorgsky boris godunov fedoseyev bolshoi vedernikov piavko arkhipova matorin sokolov mishutin koroleva shkolnikova. The selection of voices is good. Roland Marchuk 1 years ago.

Tracklist

1 Prólogo. Escena 2 Escena De La Coronación
2 Acto I. Escena 1. Monólogo de Pimen.
3 Acto I. Escena 2. Cancion De Taberna De Varlaam
4 Acto II. Escena De Xenia Y Feodor. Canción De Aya. Historia Del Papagayo
5 Acto III. Escena 2. Dúo De Marina Y Dimitri
6 Acto IV. Escena 1. Relato De Pimen. Adiós De Boris A Feodor. Final De La Plegaria De Boris. Muerte De Boris. Escena 2. Coro Del Pueblo. Escena De Los Jóvenes Y El Inocente. Escena De Missail, Varlaam Y La Multitud. Coro Revolucionario. Canto De Los Jesuitas. Escena Del Pueblo, Missail, Varlaam, Los Jesuitas, Dimitri, Khrushchov Y El Inocente.

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – PDO, Germany

Credits

  • Chorus – Большой Хор Всесоюзного Радио (tracks: Gran Coro De La Radio-Television De La U.R.S.S.)
  • Chorus [Coro Infantil] – Coro Infantil Del Estudio "Primavera"*
  • Chorus Master – Ludmila Ermakova*
  • Chorus Master [Coro Infantil] – Alexander Ponomarev
  • Orchestra – Orquesta Sinfónica De La Radio-Television De La U.R.S.S.*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • SPARS Code: ADD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
424 858-1 Mussorgsky* : Alexander Vedernikov, Nina Grigorieva, Andrei Sokolov, Vladimir Fedoseyev Mussorgsky* : Alexander Vedernikov, Nina Grigorieva, Andrei Sokolov, Vladimir Fedoseyev - Boris Godunov (Selección) ‎(LP, Album, Comp) Philips 424 858-1 Spain 1989