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GH 2325

Rimsky-Korsakov/ Liadov/Tchaikovsky: Russian Favourites

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Hallé


Sir John Barbirolli


Laurance Turner

violin

Venue:

Free Trade Hall, Manchester



Record Label
Guild Historical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Historic

Total Time - 66:40
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NIKOLAI ANDREYEVICH RIMSKY-KORSAKOV

(1844-1908)
1 

Capriccio espagnol, Op. 34

14:24
  Alborada - Variazioni - Alborada - Scena e canto gitano - Fandango asturiano  
 

ANATOL LYADOV

(1855-1914)
2 

The Enchanted Lake, Op. 62

6:08
   
 

PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY

(1840-1893)
 

Swan Lake - Ballet, Op. 20

16:54  
3 Scene (Swan Theme) 2:30
4 Introduction & Dance of the Queen of the Swans (Act 2) 5:05
 Laurance Turner violin
5 Dance of the Little Swans (Act 2) 1:27
6 Waltz (Act 1) 4:28
7 Hungarian Dance (Czardas) (Act 3) 3:26
8 

Romeo and Juliet - fantasy overture after Shakespeare

20:38
9 

Marche slave, Op. 31

8:34
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"...a considered, powerful reading and though not always flattered by the mono sound, a valuable example of Barbirolli’s way with the work."

"...Three of these performances are making their first appearance on CD, another inducement to purchase, along with the characteristically fine notes."

Jonathan Woolf
 

MuiscWeb - 19 February 2008

"...deeply sympathetic and virtuosic performances in admirable sound, making this a highly enjoyable collection."


 

New Classics - 20 June 2007

"...This compilation is released in cooperation with the Barbirolli Society at modest mid­range cost, and it presents an excellent picture of some of Barbirolli’s best work with the Halle in the decade of the 1950s, when high-fidelity was king of the hill. I found it revealing, excit­ing, at best thrilling, well worth its reasonable cost. Detailed notes and commentary are included."

McKelvey

American Record Guide - May/June 2008



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