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Szymanowski: Symphony No. 3 · Stabat Mater

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2001

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

Russian State Symphony Orchestra

*‡

Valeri Polyansky


Andrei Baturkin

baritone*

Ludmila Kuznetsova

mezzo-soprano*

Olga Loboda

mezzo-soprano†

Tatiana Sharova

soprano*

Larissa Nikishina

soprano†

Oleg Dolgov

tenor†

Vladimir Sytnik

tenor†

Vsevolod Grivnov

tenor‡

Russian State Symphonic Cappella



Venue:

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory



Producer:

Igor Veprintsev



Engineer:

Elena Buneeva


Vladimir Kisselev



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 69:33
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KAROL MACIEJ SZYMANOWSKI

(1882-1937)
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Stabat Mater, Op. 53*

24:46  
1 1 'The sorrowful Mother stood' 6:48
2 2 'Who is he that would not weep . . .?' 2:47
3 3 'Come then, Mother, fount of love' 4:19
4 4 'Let me sincerely weep with you' 2:45
5 5 'O Virgin, most exalted among virgins' 3:31
6 6 'O Christ, when it is time to depart here' 4:33
   
 

Six Kurpian Songs†

17:15  
7 1 Hey, my oxen 2:36
8 2 Who is that knocking? 3:26
9 3 May Jesus Christ be praised 2:49
10 4 Whip on the horse 3:17
11 5 Deck yourself, my lass 3:02
12 6 Master musician, please play a waltz 2:02
   
 

Symphony No. 3 'The Song of the Night'†

27:40  
13 I Moderato assai 9:17
14 II Vivace, scherzando 8:31
15 III Largo 9:50
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‘The Russian Stage Symphonic Cappella understands this music, in all its manifestations, completely, responding to its subtlest nuances. Highly recommended.’
International Record Review on CHAN 9840 (Bortnyansky)

‘… very good performance by the Russian State Symphony Orchestra and Choir under Valery Polyansky.’
The Daily Telegraph on CHAN 9519 (Schnittke)

‘Performances here are full of dash and colour, athletically shaped … Polyansky conducts with deft but incisive lightness of touch …’
Classic CD on CHAN 9729 (Bortnyansky)




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