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TCHAIKOVSKY: Snow Maiden (The)

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release date: August 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Moscow Symphony Orchestra


Igor Golovschin


Elena Okolysheva

mezzo-soprano

Arkady Mishenkin

tenor

Moscow Capella



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 79:24
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The Snow Maiden, Op. 12

 
1 I. Introduction 4:53
2 II. Dance and Chorus of Birds 7:04
3 III. Monologue of Frost 4:55
4 IV. Shrovetide Procession Chorus 6:45
5 Va. Melodrama 2:04
6 Vb. Entr'acte 1:43
7 VI. Lel's First Song 4:09
8 VII. Lel's Second Song 1:35
9 VIII. Entr'acte 4:06
10 IX. Chorus of Blind Gusli-Players 3:45
11 X. Melodrama 3:47
12 XI. Chorus of People and Courtiers 2:29
13 XII. Girls' Round Dance (Khovorod) 3:27
14 XIII. Dance of the Tumblers 4:26
15 XIVb. Lel's Third Song 8:01
16 XV. Brussilo's Song 1:31
17 XVI. Appearance of the Forest-Spirit and Apparition of the False Snow Maiden 0:53
18 XVIIb. Declamation of the Fairy of Sping 5:01
19 XVIII. Tsar Berendey's March and Chorus 6:42
20 XIX. Finale 2:08
     
 Arkady Mishenkin tenor
 Elena Okolysheva mezzo-soprano
 Igor Golovschin
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"Tchaikovsky’s engaging score also inspires Golovschin and his Moscow forces to a warmly idiomatic performance on Naxos, richly and colourfully recorded, if without quite the same degree of vividness. This may not match the Chant du Monde version in vitality, which at generally faster speeds sparkles more and offers crisper ensemble, but it is similarly persuasive. The conductor’s affection is obvious. There are only two soloists to share the vocal music, but they are convincingly Slavonic and they are balanced slightly less forwardly. This Naxos disc is well worth its more modest cost." *** 
 
Penguin Guide - January 2009



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