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PT 6027

RACHMANINOV: Vespers, Op. 37

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2009

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master


Korniev, Nikolai

Nikolai Korniev

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Total Time - 49:22
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All-night Vigil, Op. 37, "Vespers"

1 I. Priidite, poklanimsya (O come, let us worship) 2:16
2 II. Blagoslovi, dushe moya (Bless the Lord, O my soul) 4:59
3 III. Blazen muzh (Blessed be the Man) 3:40
4 IV. Svete tikhyi (O Jesus Christ) 2:51
5 V. Nyne otpushchayeshi (Lord, now lettest Thou Thy Servant depart) 3:23
6 VI. Bogoroditse Devo (Virgin, Mother of God) 2:28
7 VII. Slava v vyshnikh Bogu (Glory to God in the highest) 2:30
8 VIII. Khvalite imya Gospodne (Praise ye the name of the Lord) 1:45


9 IX. Blagosloven esi, Gospodi (Glessed art Thou, o Lord) 5:12


10 X. Voskreseniye Khristovo videvshe (Having beheld the Resurrection of Christ) 2:41
11 XI. Velichit dusha moya Gospoda (My soul doth magnify the Lord) 6:19
12 XII. Slava v vyshnikh Bogu (Glory to God in the highest) 6:47
13 XIII. Voskres iz groba (Rising from the tomb) 3:03


14 XIV. Vzbrannoy voevode (To thee, o the Mother of God) 1:28
 Nikolai Korniev Featured Artist
 Korniev, Nikolai
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“Orthodox church music with a Russian choir singing under the baton of Nikolai Korniev has rarely sounded this well marshalled. Beguiling in its most intimate and devout moments, generous and candid with a gently overpowering collective voice that exudes innocence, joy and elation in equal amounts as they zealously praise God and His works.”

HiFi & Classical

“The spiritual purity of so many of the hymns is underscored by the beautifully blended voices of the choir. The performance and recording are characterized by a wide dynamic range, which peaks at moments such as the ecstatic outpouring of praise in Hymn 7, Slava v vyshnikh Bogu (Glory to God in the highest). So, audiophiles, don’t say you weren’t warned.”

Phil Muse

Atlanta Audio Society -August 2003

“The St Petersburg Chamber Choir radiates the infinite calm required for this music – incredible tension is created through the use of the special breathing technique of the choir whereby the choir members do not take a breath simultaneously but one after another.”

Philip Kelm

Stereo - November 2003

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