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Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov - Choir and the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - N. Golovanov

 
Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov - Choir and the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - N. Golovanov-Voices and Orchestra-Opera Collection
ID: AQVR177-2 (EAN: 4607123630174)  | 3 CD | DDD
Released in: 2003
LABEL:
AQUARIUS classic
Collection:
Opera Collection
Subcollection:
Voices and Orchestra
Composers:
MUSSORGSKY, Modest Petrovich
Interprets:
KHANAEV, Nikandr (tenor) | KOZLOVSKY, Ivan (tenor) | KRASSOVSKY, Sergei (bass) | MAKSAKOVA, Maria (mezzo-soprano / mezzo-soprano) | MIKHAILOV, Maxim (bass) | NELEPP, Georgy (tenor) | PEREGUDOV, Alexander (tenor) | REIZEN, Mark (bass) | SHUMSKAYA, Elizaveta (soprano) | SYPAEV, Ivan | VERBITSKAYA, Eugenia (mezzo-soprano) | YAKUSHENKO, Vasily (tenor) | ZLATOGOROVA, Bronislava (mezzo-soprano)
Ensembles:
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra | Choir and the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre | Kirov Theater Orchestra
Conductors:
GOLOVANOV, Nikolay | GRYGOROV, Edouard | NEBOLSIN, Vassily
Other info:

Musical Drama in 4 acts and prologue
Libretto by M.Mussorgsky after drama of Alexander Pushkin and the chronicle of Nikolai Karamzin
Version revised by N.Rimsky-Korsakov

Boris Godounoff . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark REIZEN, bass
Ksenia, his daughter. . . . . . . . . . . Elizaveta SHUMSKAYA, soprano
Tsarievitch Fiodor Borissovich . . . . . . Bronislava ZLATOGOROVA, contralto
Ksenia's nurse . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yevgenia VERBITZKAYA, contralto
Boyar Vassily Shuisky . . . . . . . . . Nikandr KHANAEV, tenor
Tschelkalov, clerk of Duma . . . . . . . Ilya BOGDANOV, baryton
Pimen, chronicler, hermit . . . . . . . . Maxim MIKHAILOV, bass
Gregory Otrepiev, false-Dimitri. . . . . . . . Georgy NELEPP, tenor
Marina Mniszek, daugter of Sandomir's Voievode . . Maria MAKSAKOVA, mezzo-soprano
Varlaam, pilgrim . . . . . . . . . . . . Vassily LOUBENTZOV, bass
Missail, pilgrim . . . . . . . . . . . . Vassily YAKOUSHENKO, tenor
Hostess of a tavern . . . . . . . . . Alexandra TOURTCHINA, mezzo-soprano
Yurodivy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ivan KOZLOVSKY, tenor
Police-officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sergei KRASSOVSKY, bass
Khroustschov, boyar of Duma. . . . . . . Alexander PEREGOUDOV, tenor
Mitioukha, peasant . . . . . . . . . . . Ivan SYPAEV, baryton-bass

Chorus & orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow
Conductor: Nikolai GOLOVANOV
Recorded in Moscow, March 1948.


BONUS TRACKS:
Mark REIZEN in scenes of Pimen and Varlaam
Varlaam- M. REIZEN, bass / Hostess -Y. VERBITZKAYA, contralto / Missail- V. SHEVTZOV, tenor / Gregory -G. NELEPP, tenor / Police Officer- S. KRASSOVSKY, bass / Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra - Vasily NEBOLSIN (1951)

ACT 1 Scene 1. The Monastery cell of Pimen near Moscow
Pimen: M.REIZEN, bass /Gregory - G. NELEPP, tenor /Choir & orchestra of Bolshoi Theatre - Vasily NEBOLSIN (1953)


Pavel JOURAVLENKO, Varlaam
ACT 1 Scene 2. Scene at the Inn, at Lithuanian frontier
Varlaam - Pavel JOURAVLENKO, bass / Hostess - Ksenia KOMISSAROVA, mezzo-soprano / Missail - Alexander GONTAREV, tenor / Gregory - Mikhail KROUTYAKOV, tenor / Police Officer - Andrew ATLANTOV, bass / Theatre S.Kirov’s Orchestra - Edouard GRYGOROV (1947)
Tracklist
 

CD 1
MUSSORGSKY, Modest Petrovich (1839-1881) 
PROLOGUE 
Scene 1 The Monastery of Novodevich in Moscow 
1. "Are You turned to marble statues?…" (Police-officer / Muscovites / Mitioukha / Voice of woman)6:35 
2. Declaration of Andrew Tschelkalov and final "Russian people all, us boyar is still unbending!…"3:03 
(Tschelkalov / pilgrims / Muscovites) 
3. Chorus of pilgrims3:54 
Scene 2 The Kremlin, cathedrals place 
4. The Coronation: "Long live the Tsar Boris Fiodorovich!…" (Shuisky / boyars / Muscovites)4:43 
5. Monologue of Boris and finale: "My soul is sad! A sense of dark foreboding…"4:53 
(Boris / Muscovites) 
ACT 1 
Scene 1 A cell in Monastery of the Miracle, near Moscow 
6. Monologue of Pimen "One page to write before my tale is ended…" (Pimen / monks chorus)5:31 
7. Dialogue Pimen - Gregory "Once more the dream!…"10:58 
Scene 2 An inn on the Lithuanian frontier 
8. The Hostess' Song: "Once I dad a duck, striped with black and blue…"2:29 
9. Scene Missail - Varlaam - Hostess - Gregory: "Listen good people, freely give your off' rings…"2:42 
10. Varlaam's Song: " By the forts of Kazan…"2:21 
11. Finale "Hey! Hast thou never learnt how to sing?…" (The same, afterward the Police Officer)12:30 
ACT 2 
Scene 1 The Tsar's apartments in the Kremlin 
12. Scene Ksenia - Fiodor - Nurse: "Hear me beloved, tell me where thou bidest!…"2:33 
13. The Song of the gnat: "Midge to woodland once did go…" (Nurse / Fiodor)2:30 
14. Clapping Game: "Listen to a tale that is true!…" (Fiodor / Nurse)1:26 
15. Scene Boris - Fiodor - Ksenia: "How now? Am I wolf to frighten all your chicks?…"4:02 
16. Monologue of Boris: "I have attained the highest power…"6:07 

CD 2
1. Scene Boyar - Boris - Shuisky: "Great and mighty Tsar, the Prince Shuisky is desirous…"8:52 
2. Monologue of Boris, scene with the chiming clock: "O, give me air! I stifle as a I breathe…"3:28 
ACT 3 
Scene 2 At the castle of polish Voievode of Sandomir: a garden with a fontain 
3. Monologue of Dimitry: "Evening, near the fontain…O marvelous voice!…"3:01 
4. Polonaise with chorus3:31 
5. Duet Marina and Dimitri: "Dimitri, Tsarievich!… Dimitri!…"10:59 
ACT 4 
Scene 1 In Moscow, at Red Square, in front of Saint Bazil Cathedral 
6. Chorus: "What, mass is over?…"5:11 
7. Lament of Yurodivy: "The moon sails on, the little cat cries…"3:51 
8. Scene Boris - Yurodivy - Shuisky and finale: "Ah Boris! They have hurt the innocent…"6:01 
Scene 2 At the Kremlin, the Duma of the Boyards in "Granovitaya" palast 
9. Chorus of Boyards and Shuisky, afterward Boris: "Come the matter is both grave and urgent…"5:06 
10. Scene Boris - Shuisky: "When did I hear of murder?…"3:06 
11. Pimen's scene and tale: "A humble monk, who knowing naught of vain and wordly…"5:52 
12. Boris' Death: "Farewell my son, I'm dying…"9:43 
Scene 2 A clearing near Kromy 
13. Chorus of rebels: "Now bring him here…"8:43 

CD 3
1. Scene Khroustschov - Lovitzki - Tchernigovsky - Missail - Varlaam - Jesuits: "Domine, domine, salvum fac regem…"4:27 
2. Scene Dimitri - Chorus - Yurodivy: "We, Dimitri Ivanovich, by the will of God above…"4:37 
THE END 
BONUS TRACKS 
Mark REIZEN in scenes of Pimen and Varlaam 
ACT 1 Scene 2. Scene at the Inn, at Lithuanian frontier. 
3. The Hostess' Song: "Once I dad a duck, striped with black and blue…"2:46 
4. Scene Missail - Varlaam - Hostess - Gregory: "Listen good people, freely give your off' rings…"3:15 
5. Varlaam's Song: " By the forts of Kazan…"2:21 
6. Finale "Hey! Hast thou never learnt how to sing?…" (The same, afterward the Police Officer)14:25 
ACT 1 Scene 1. The Monastery cell of Pimen near Moscow 
7. Monologue of Pimen "One page to write before my tale is ended…" (Pimen / monks chorus)6:18 
8. Dialogue Pimen - Gregory "Once more the dream!.."11:57 
Pavel JOURAVLENKO, Varlaam 
ACT 1 Scene 2. Scene at the Inn, at Lithuanian frontier 
9. The Hostess's Song: "Once I dad a duck, striped with black and blue…"2:24 
10. Scene Missail - Varlaam - Hostess - Gregory: "Listen good people, freely give your off' rings…"2:59 
11. Varlaam's Song: " By the forts of Kazan…"2:32 
12. Finale "Hey! Hast thou never learnt how to sing?…" (The same, afterward the Police Officer)12:55 

 

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