Boris Godunov Vedernikov Arkhipova Piavko Eisen Mazurok Fedoseyev 1872 Mussorgsky Edition

Boris Godunov Vedernikov Arkhipova Piavko Eisen Mazurok Fedoseyev 1872 Mussorgsky Edition

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Boris Godunov Vedernikov Arkhipova Piavko Eisen Mazurok Fedoseyev 1872 Mussorgsky Definitive Edition USSR TV and Radio Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra & Chorus Spring Studio Children's Chorus Boris - Alexander Verdernikov Grigory (False Dmitry) - Vladislav Piavko Marina - Irina Arkhipova Pimen - Vladimir Matorin Varlaam - Artur Eisen (Eizen) Shuisky - Andrei Sokolov Missail - Anatoly Mishutin Rangoni - Yuri Mazurok Fyodor - Glafira Koroleva Xenia - Elena Shkolnikova Hostess - Lyudmila Simonova Simpleton - Janis Sporgis Tchelkalov - Alexander Voroshilo Krushchov - Yuri Elnikov Nurse - Nina Grigorieva Nikitich - Vladimir Filippov Mityukha - Nikolai Nizinenkov Lavitsky - Yuri Elnikov Cherniovsky - Vladimir Silaev Mussorgsky
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Mussorgsky Edition Brilliant Classics  14CD  94670

Mussorgsky Edition Brilliant Classics 14CD 94670

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Mussorgsky Edition Brilliant Classics 14CD 94670 5028421946702 Diverse uitvoerenden Disclaimer: de gebruikte muziek bestaat uit fragmenten (max 60 sec. per track/stuk) van muziekstukken en zijn louter bedoeld om een impressie te geven van de muziek op dit album.
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Mussorgsky - Night On Bald Mountain

Mussorgsky - Night On Bald Mountain

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Mussorgsky 'Night on Bare Mountain' - Gottfried von Einem's edition

Mussorgsky 'Night on Bare Mountain' - Gottfried von Einem's edition

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Mussorgsky's 'A Night on the Bare Mountain' exists in several versions. There's the composer's own original orchestral score, as well as the choral version he used in his opera 'Sorochintsy Fair.' Rimsky-Korsakov's edition has been the most widely played and recorded over the years, with Stokowski's version, familiar from Walt Disney's "Fantasia," being a close runner-up. Rene Leibowitz made his own arrangement with a completely new ending, while Charles Gerhardt heavily edited the Rimsky score and engaged Sir Adrian Boult to record his arrangement for Reader's Digest. All these different versions are on You Tube. The edition heard here, prepared by the Austrian composer Gottfried von Einem (1918-1996) "offers an alternative working of material that had undergone a number of changes at the hands of its original composer, and had, therefore, been left in some final disorder." (From the notes to the Marco Polo CD on which Alfred Walter conducts the North German Radio Orchestra, the Mussorgsky track being uploaded here with all due acknowledgements.) It starts off in a familiar vein, using the Rimsky score as its basis, but towards the end Gottfried von Einem's imagination takes over ... and we don't get the usual quiet ending!
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POUGACHOVSHCHINA Ouverture (M.Mussorgsky - B.Bazurov) Prog rock edition

POUGACHOVSHCHINA Ouverture (M.Mussorgsky - B.Bazurov) Prog rock edition

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POUGACHOVSHCHINA M.Mussorgsky-B.Bazurov Progressive rock edition by Boris Bazurov Experience feat. George Osmolovsky & Mikhail Sokolov Symphonic ouverture by Boris Bazurov based on folk ethnic themes of last unreleased opera by Modest Mussorgsky "Leyb-kampantsy". Hypotetic music reconstruction. In base of opera must will be libretto by A.Pushkin about his "Pugachov War History". In slide show used free images from www.ya.ru Performed by Boris Bazurov - chapman stick, ethnic vocal, vladimir horns, Emulator E4k,TS-10 George Osmolovsky - electric violin Mikhail Sokolov - drums (c) Boris Bazurov (p) ArtBeat Music, Russia ПУГАЧЕВЩИНА М.Мусоргский-Б.Базуров Симфоническая увертюра Б.Базурова на этно-темы последней нереализованной оперы Модеста Мусоргского "Лейб-Кампанцы". Гипотетическая музыкальная реконструкция. В основу оперы должно было лечь либретто по "Истории пугачевского бунта" А.Пушкина. Список народных этнических тем по Полному собранию сочинений композитора, его автографам и упоминаниям в частной переписке с В.Стасовым, Н.Римским-Корсаковым и Н.Голенищевым-Кутузовым. В слайд-шоу использованы изображения с www.ya.ru Семплерная партитура для исполнения симфоническим оркестром или симфо-рок группой. Прог-рок редакция 2015 г. в исполнении: Борис Базуров - чепмен стик, владимирские рожки, вокал, Emulator E4k & TS-10 Георгий Осмоловский - электро-скрипка Михаил Соколов - барабаны
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Mussorgsky-Slatkin 'Pictures at an Exhibition' - Compendium

Mussorgsky-Slatkin 'Pictures at an Exhibition' - Compendium

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For a Proms concert in London's Royal Albert Hall in 1991, Leonard Slatkin introduced his own edition of Mussorgsky's 'Pictures at an Exhibition.' It featured the various 'Promenades' and 'Pictures' in different arrangements by an assortment of orchestrators. Ravel's version is the best known but other arrangers of Mussorgsky's piano work were Leopold Stokowski, Sir Henry Wood, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Mikhail Tushmalov, Lawrence Leonard, Lucien Cailliet, Sergei Gorchakov and Leonidas Leonardi, all of whom were featured in Slatkin's performance. As an encore, he brought the house down with Sir Henry Wood's version of 'The Great Gate of Kiev.' The television relay of the concert was preceded by a short documentary which featured Slatkin discussing the work with pianist Joanna MacGregor, as well as contributions from Vladimir Ashkenazy and Lawrence Leonard, two of the arrangers featured in his compendium. The individual cue points in the TV programme are shown below. 0:00:40 Feature Documentary 0:12:30 Slatkin Discussion 0:19:15 Philharmonia Proms Performance 0:55:00 Henry Wood Encore With apologies for some slight visual and audio defects: source material is an old VHS tape!
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Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov - Abbado, Kotscherga,Langridge,Lipovsek,

Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov - Abbado, Kotscherga,Langridge,Lipovsek,

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Salzburg, 1998 Berliner Philharmoniker Musikalische Leitung: Claudio Abbado Inszenierung: Herbert Wernicke Boris - Anatoli Kotscherga Fjodor - Ruxanda Donose Schuiski - Philip Langridge Pimen - Alexander Morosow Dimitri - Vladimir Galouzine Marina - Marjana Lipovsek Rangoni - Sergei Leiferkus
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Boris Godunov, Mariinsky Theatre 2012

Boris Godunov, Mariinsky Theatre 2012

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Music by Modest Musorgsky Libretto by the composer after the eponymous tragedy by Alexander Pushkin and Nikolai Karamzin’s History of the Russian State Musical Director: Valery Gergiev Stage Director: Graham Vick Production Designer: Stuart Nunn Lighting Designer: Giuseppe di Iorio Principal Chorus Master: Andrei Petrenko Musical Preparation: Irina Soboleva Children’s Chorus Master: Dmitry Ralko
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BORIS GODUNOV - MODEST MUSSORGSKY - 1978 ( MOSCOW )

BORIS GODUNOV - MODEST MUSSORGSKY - 1978 ( MOSCOW )

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY977gtlC2k Boris - Yevgeny Nesterenko Grigory ( False Dmitry ) - Vladislav Piavko Marina - Irina Arkhipova Pimen - Valery Yaroslavtsev Varlaam - Artur Eisen (Eizen) Shuisky - Andrei Sokolov Missail - Vitali Vlassov Fyodor - Glafira Koroleva Xenia - Galina Kalinina Hostess - Larissa Nikitina Simpleton - Alexei Maslennikov Conductor - Boris Khaikin Orchestra - Bolshoi Theatre Chorus - Bolshoi Theatre
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Mussorgsky:A NIGHT AT THE BARE MOUNTAIN ( Original )

Mussorgsky:A NIGHT AT THE BARE MOUNTAIN ( Original )

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Claudio Abbado-Berlinner Philharmoniker
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Modest Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain (Arr. Rimsky-Korsakov)

Modest Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain (Arr. Rimsky-Korsakov)

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Night on Bald Mountain is a composition by Modest Mussorgsky that exists in, at least, two versions, a seldom performed 1867 version or a later (1886) and very popular "fantasy for orchestra" arranged by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. A Night on the Bare Mountain (Ночь на лысой горе, Noch' na lysoy gorye), based on the vocal score of the "Dream Vision of the Peasant Lad" (1880) from The Fair at Sorochyntsi with some revisions, most notably the omission of the choir. There is also a version orchestrated by twentieth-century conductor Leopold Stokowski; this is the version used in the now-classic 1940 Walt Disney animated film Fantasia. Inspired by Russian literary works and legend, Mussorgsky made a witches' sabbath the theme of the original tone poem, completed on 23 June 1867 (St. John's Eve). St. John's Night on the Bare Mountain and Rimsky-Korsakov's "musical picture" Sadko (also composed in 1867) share the distinction of being the first tone poems by Russian composers. As with so much of Mussorgsky's music, the work had a tortuous compositional history and was arranged after his death in 1881 by his friend and fellow member of The Mighty Handful Rimsky-Korsakov. It was never performed in any form during Mussorgsky's lifetime. The Rimsky-Korsakov edition premiered in 1886, and has become a concert favorite. Conductor: Daniel Nazareth Orchestra: Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
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Mussorgsky Dawn on the Moskva-River

Mussorgsky Dawn on the Moskva-River

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Pictures at an Exhibition - Modest Moussorgsky/Arr. Ton van Grevenbroek

Pictures at an Exhibition - Modest Moussorgsky/Arr. Ton van Grevenbroek

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Mussorgsky wrote 'Pictures at an Exhibition' after visiting an exhibition of paintings by his late friend Viktor Hartmann in 1874. This sixteen part suite is extremely well suited to be performed by a symphonic band: after a series of nice solo passages the work ends with a fantastic apotheosis 'The Great Gate of Kiev'. For more information: http://www.molenaar.com/web/Details.aspx?isartist=0&id=18456
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Pictures at an Exhibition (Mussorgsky, orch. Maurice Ravel)

Pictures at an Exhibition (Mussorgsky, orch. Maurice Ravel)

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As performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conducting. 0:00 - Promenade I 1:49 - Gnomus (not in the band arrangement) 4:22 - Promenade II (not in the band arrangement) 5:28 - Il vecchio castello (The Old Castle) 9:56 - Promenade III (not in the band arrangement) 10:29 - Tuileries (Children Quarreling at Play) 11:29 - Bydlo (The Ox-Cart) 14:54 - Promenade IV (not in the band arrangement) 15:39 - Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks 16:52 - Two Jews, one rich, the other poor (Samuel Goldenberg und Schmuyle - not in band arrangement) 19:05 - Limoges: La Marche - The Marketplace 20:23 - Catacombae: Sepuchrum Romanum (Roman Catacombs) 22:20 - Con Mortuis in Lingua Mortua (For the Dead in a Dead Language) 24:20 - Hut on Fowl's Legs (Baba-Yaga) 27:49 - The Great Gate of Kiev
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Beethoven - String Quartet No. 8 in E minor - Op.59-02

Beethoven - String Quartet No. 8 in E minor - Op.59-02

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Beethoven - String Quartet No. 8 in E minor Subscribe here - http://bit.ly/BestOfClassical The String Quartet No. 8 in E minor by Ludwig van Beethoven, opus 59, no. 2, was the second of three of his "Razumovsky" cycle of string quartets, and is a product of his "middle" period. He published it in 1808. It is in four movements: Allegro, 6/8 Molto adagio (Si tratta questo pezzo con molto di sentimento), common time in E major Allegretto (second section "Maggiore -- Theme russe"), 3/4, E minor - Maggiore - Minore Finale, Presto, alla breve, starting in C major and finishing in E minor According to Carl Czerny, the second movement of the quartet occurred to Beethoven as he contemplated the starry sky and thought of the music of the spheres (Thayer, Life of Beethoven); it has a hymnlike quality reminiscent of a much later devotion, the "Heiliger Dankgesang" hymn to the Divine in the Quartet Op. 132. The scherzo movement of the quartet, the third movement (Allegretto), uses a Russian theme also used by Modest Mussorgsky in Boris Godunov and by Sergei Rachmaninoff in his 6 Morceaux for Piano Duet, Op. 11. The original song, Glory to the Sun, was recorded by Nikolay Lvov and Jan Prac; sheet music was published in 1790 (second edition 1806), verses in 1770s. However, Beethoven used it in an ungentle way. According to Kerman, "It sounds as though Count Razumovsky had been tactless enough to hand Beethoven the tune, and Beethoven is pile-driving it into the ground by way of revenge." In an extremely unusual example of melodic setting prior to the 20th century, portions of the tune with strong tonic harmonic leanings are harmonized with the dominant, and vice versa; the harmonic clash is harsh, and many listeners have found this portion of the quartet to be quite amusing, especially as contrasted with the prosaic, almost "exercise-book" counterpoint which precedes it (another example of Beethoven parodying a student counterpoint exercise can be found in the scherzo of the Quartet No. 10, opus 74).
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Modest Mussorgsky: Excerpt from "The Great Gate of Kiev" for Saxophone Ensemble

Modest Mussorgsky: Excerpt from "The Great Gate of Kiev" for Saxophone Ensemble

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This is an excerpt of "The Great Gate of Kiev" from a performance of "Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition". This edition for saxophone ensemble was arranged by William Schmidt with modifications made by the conductor. View more of their performance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed8lRmlJrfk Performed by the Georgia State University undergraduate saxophone ensemble and conducted by Joshua Heaney. The saxophonists and the conductor are all students of Dr. Jan Berry Baker. Recorded on at a live performance on February 12, 2016.
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