110916 Show Archive

110916 Show Archive

Glasinov

conducting

Symphony No. 1 in D minor 2nd movement (7:42)
Trio Elegiaque No.2 in D minor, Part 1 9:31

 

The Bells. Movement 1 _The Silver Sleigh Bells 6:30

Piano Concerto No. 1 played by Rachmaninoff himself. 11:51
Scherzo D minor 5:37
Op. 4: No. 5. (Oh my corn field!) 4:49
Were you hiccoughing, Natasha? 1:38

The lyrics of “Oh, My Corn Field!” (Op. 4, No. 5) are based on a text by
Tolstoy that laments a failed harvest.

 

somewhere in time piece:  (2:50)
Prince Rostislav 15:03
Prince Rostislav is a symphonic poem based upon an 1856 ballad written by Tolstoy

The Bells. Movement 3 _The Loud Alarum Bells_  8

Interview October revolution

Bells Movement 4 “The Mournful Iron Bells” (10:39) classical music on KKSM
Six Choruses Op. 15 – II Night – Rachmaninoff  3:16
1. Prayer 2:35
2. All Things Wish to Sing 2:07

Interview move remains
“The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom” (12:56)
Rachmaninoff plays Mussorgsky ‘Hopak’ in G (From Sorochintsy Fair) 1:50
Flight of the Bumblebee (arr. Rachmaninoff) with Score – P. Barton, piano 1:17

The Fair at Sorochyntsi (Russian: Сорочинская ярмарка, Sorochinskaya yarmarka, Sorochyntsi Fair) is a comic opera in three acts by Modest Mussorgsky, composed between 1874 and 1880 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The composer wrote the libretto, which is based on Nikolai Gogol‘s short story of the same name, from his early (1832) collection of Ukrainian stories Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka. The opera remained unfinished and unperformed at Mussorgsky’s death in 1881.

Rachmaninov Russian

rapsody

for two pianos Ashkenazy and Previn 9:05

Interview deathbed
Symphonic Dances (3rd movement: Lento assai; Allegro vivace) (14:52)
Symphonic Dances (2nd movement: Andante con moto) (11:27)

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