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Grechaninov: Mass · Symphony No. 2

The Classical Shop
release date: September 1996

Originally recorded in 1995

Artists:

Russian State Symphony Orchestra


Valeri Polyansky


Anatoly Obraztsov

bass

Ludmila Golub

organ

Russian State Symphonic Cappella



Venue:

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory



Producer:

Igor Veprintsev



Engineer:

Elena Buneeva


Vladimir Kisselev



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Choir

Total Time - 58:34
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ALEXANDER GRECHANINOV

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Symphony No. 2 in A major, Op.27, `Pastoral`

38:11  
  in A major - A-Dur - la majeur  
1 I Pastorale: Moderato assai e poco rubato - Allegro giocoso 7:55
2 II Andante 12:19
3 III Scherzo: Vivo assai 7:23
4 IV Finale; Allegro vivace 10:28
   
 

Mass `Et in terra pax`, Op.166

20:31  
5 I Kyrie - 1:48
6 II Gloria (Et in terra pax) 4:21
7 III Credo - 6:53
8 IV Sanctus - 1:38
9 V Benedictus - 2:09
10 VI Agnus Dei 3:40
   
 Anatoly Obraztsov bass
 Ludmila Golub organ
   
 Valeri Polyansky
   
   
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…with their refined brass, richly expansive solo winds and resplendent strings, Polyansky’s Russian State Symphony is by far the best orchestra to essay this music so far.
American Record Guide




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A Mr Marc Van Den Bril