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Rimsky-Korsakov: Overture and Suites from the Operas
The Classical Shop
release date: May 2006
Originally recorded in 2005
Scottish National Orchestra
City Hall, Glasgow
Orchestral & Concertos
Total Time - 148:08
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NIKOLAI ANDREYEVICH RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
Overture to 'May Night'
Suite from 'The Snow Maiden'
Dance of the Birds
The Procession of Tsar Berendey
Dance of the Tumblers
Suite from 'Mlada'
Redowa. A Bohemian Dance
Procession of the Nobles
Suite from 'Christmas Eve'
Christmas Night -
Ballet of the Stars -
Witches' sabbath and ride on the Devil's back -
Vakula and the slippers
Musical Pictures from 'The Tale of Tsar Saltan'
Tsar's departure and farewell
Tsarina adrift at sea in a barrel
The three wonders
The Flight of the Bumble-bee
Interlude, Act III, from
The Tale of Tsar Saltan
Suite from 'The Invisible City of Kitzeh'
Prelude. A Hymn to Nature
Tartar invasion and Battle of Kerzhenets
Death of Fevroniya and apotheosis of the Invisible City
Suite from 'The Golden Cockerel'
Le Coq d'Or
Introduction and Dodon's sleep
King Dodon on the battlefield
Queen of Shemakha's Dance - King Dodon's Dance
Wedding Feast - Death of King Dodon - Finale
2 April and 24 May 1984
This unique collection – the most comprehensive of Rimsky-Korsakov’s orchestral works – is available at mid-price for the first time.
Among Russian composers of the same generation, Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov is unrivalled in his mastery of orchestral resources, and among the pupils much indebted to him were Stravinsky and Prokofiev. This collection brings together some of his finest orchestral music from his orchestral scores all full of Rimskyian colour
Jarvi offers first-rate performances of this glitteringly colourful music which includes the lovely May Night overture (regarded by some as Rimsky’s finest) as well as the exotic suites from The Golden Cockerel, The Snow Maiden, and Mlada, which contains some of the composer’s most striking music, showing the influence of Wagner under which Rimsky-Korsakov was working for a brief period. The ‘Dance of the Tumblers’, the ‘Procession of the Nobles’, the ‘Wedding Feast’, ‘Death of King Dodon’ are all famous orchestral showpieces which never fail to make an impact, though equally atmospheric and magical is the music from The Invisible City of Kitezh.
This was the first project of Chandos with Neeme Järvi and the Scottish National Orchestra and is now regarded as a classic amongst the conductor’s now vast discography. The performances are exquisite and the sound outdoes itself in impact!
This is a must-have set for fans of Rimsky-Korsakov, and anyone who loves blazing orchestral colours.
Neeme Jarvi draws the most seductive response from the SNO; he consistently creates orchestral textures which are diaphanously sinuous. Yet the robust moments…are caught just as strikingly and the listener is assured that here is music which survives repetition uncommonly well.
Pengiun Complete Guide
These are brilliant recordings in every respect, and there is no better collection of this colourful music. Every time I listen to these I liked the music even better – and I have always loved it. I can’t imagine being without this. If you are, you really must hear it.
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