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Vocal Recital: Hvorostovsky, Dmitri - TCHAIKOVSKY, P.I. / MUSSORGSKY, M.P. / TANEYEV, S.I. (In this moonlit night)

Vocal Recital: Hvorostovsky, Dmitri - TCHAIKOVSKY, P.I. / MUSSORGSKY, M.P. / TANEYEV, S.I. (In this moonlit night)

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 48Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Dmitri Hvorostovsky

Soloist

Ivari Ilja

Soloist

Venue:

Moscow State Conservatory, Great Hall



Record Label
Ondine

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 58:02
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Vocal Recital: Hvorostovsky, Dmitri - TCHAIKOVSKY, P.I. / MUSSORGSKY, M.P. / TANEYEV, S.I. (In this moonlit night)

     
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PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY

 

6 Romances, Op. 73

 
1 No. 1. Mi sideli s toboy (We Sat Together) 2:42
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
2 No. 2. Noch' (Night) 4:09
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
3 No. 3. V etu lunnuyu noch' (On this Moonlit Night) 2:02
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
4 No. 4. Zakatilos solntse (The Sun has Set) 1:54
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
 

DANIIL RATHAUS

5 No. 5. Sred' mrachnikh dney (Amid Sombre Days) 1:51
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
6 No. 6. Snova, kak prezhde, odin (Again, as Before, Alone) 2:54
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
 

MODEST PETROVICH MUSSORGSKY

 

Pesni i plyaski smerti (Songs and Dances of Death)

 
7 No. 1. Lullaby (Kolybel'naja) 5:27
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
8 No. 2. Serenade (Serenada) 5:01
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
 

ARSENY GOLENISHCHEV-KUTUZOV

9 No. 3. Trepak 5:20
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
 

MODEST PETROVICH MUSSORGSKY

10 No. 4. The Field-Marshal (Polkovodec) 6:14
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
 

AFANASY FET

11 

10 Romances, Op. 17

3:38
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
 

SERGEY IVANOVICH TANEYEV

12 

10 Romances from Ellis's Immortelles, Op. 26

4:48
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
13 

10 Romances, Op. 17 (text by A. Tolstoy)

2:19
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
14 

4 Songs, Op. 32

3:05
 Ivari Ilja Soloist
     
 

ELLIS

15 

10 Romances from Ellis's Immortelles, Op. 26

4:24
 Dmitri Hvorostovsky Soloist
     
 

NIKOLAI ALEKSEYEVICH NEKRASOV

16 

10 Romances, Op. 17 (text by N. Nekrasov)

2:14
 Ivari Ilja Soloist


This second release of star baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky for Ondine features Russian Lieder by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky and Taneyev. Dmitri Hvorostovsky is recognized as one of the leading and most charismatic baritones of our time, performing internationally at such opera houses as the New York Met, and partnering regularly with singers Renée Fleming and Jonas Kaufmann. Together with his longstanding duo partner, Estonian pianist Ivari Ilja, they have frequently performed to great critical acclaim.
 
Tchaikovsky composed his song collection Six Songs, Op. 73, in 1893, the year of his death, and they are full of musical nostalgia.  Being in a frenzy of creativity after his opera Boris Godunov had been completed and premièred, Mussorgsky wrote his Songs and Dances of Death 1875-1877. Full of emotional excitement are Taneyev’s songs, especially Anxiously beats the heart from the Ten Romances, Op. 17.

                        Music **** (Very Good)          Sound (Very Good)

Gregor Willmes - Fono Forum magazine - July 2013


 "...The sound is excellent ... This is quite an interesting recital, and anyone interested in Russian song should find it rewarding."

Ralph V Lucano - American Record Guide - May/June 2013


                Supersonic Pizzicato

Rémy Franck - Pizzicato magazine - May 2013


                  Gramophone Choice

"Dmitri Hvorostovky was born to sing these songs ... he brings to his interpretations a new richness and darkness of timbre, beautifully polished as it always was but enhanced with an even deeper understanding of how to project the subleties of Mussorgsky’s vocal writing. Using Mussorgsky’s original piano version, Hvorostovsky is strongly and sensitively accompanied by his customary pianist, Ivari Ilja, in performances that probe to the very core of the anguish in these extraordinary songs, calling into play a remarkable range of expressive nuance, heartfelt sensibility and tonal shading. This is a top-choice version of Songs and Dances of Death and it is rendered even more valuable through being set in the context of equally persuasive performances of Tchaikovsky and Tanyev..."

Geoffrey Norris - Gramophone magazine - April 2013


                       Performance *****                        Recording ****

 

Michael Scott Rohan - BBC Music magazine - April 2013




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