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

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Modest Petrowitsch Mussorgsky / Модeст Петрович Мусоргский (1839-1881) – Boris Godunov : Popular music drama in four acts with a prologue Based on the ''definitive'. 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. Modest Petrowitsch Mussorgsky / Модeст Петрович Мусоргский (1839-1881) – Boris Godunov : Opera in four acts and a prologue. World premiere recording of the original. Modest Petrovič Musorgskij (1839-1881) BORIS GODUNOV (1872 version) Opera in a prologue and four acts BORIS GODUNOV: Vladimir Vaneev KSENIJA: Ol'ga Trifonova FJODOR: Zlata Bulyčeva GRIGORIJ,. Modest Mussorgsky Introduction
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Mussorgsky Edition Brilliant Classics  14CD  94670
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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
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Mussorgsky - Night On Bald Mountain

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

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Boris Godunov Vedernikov Arkhipova Piavko Eisen Mazurok Fedoseyev 1872 Mussorgsky Definitive Edition USSR TV and Radio Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra vesves Chorus Spring Studio Childrens Chorus. Modest Petrowitsch Mussorgsky / Модeст Петрович Мусоргский (1839-1881) – Boris Godunov : Popular music drama in four acts with a prologue Based on the definitive. Modest Petrowitsch Mussorgsky / Модeст Петрович Мусоргский (1839-1881) – Boris Godunov : Popular music drama in four acts with a prologue Based on the definitive..
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POUGACHOVSHCHINA Ouverture (M.Mussorgsky - B.Bazurov) Prog rock edition
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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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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures at an Exhibition (Full) Live 1970 - Remastered
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures at an Exhibition (Full) Live 1970 - Remastered

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Recorded at the Lyceum Theatre in December 1970 1. "Promenade" Mussorgsky 2. "The Gnome" Mussorgsky/Palmer 3. "Promenade" Mussorgsky/Lake 4. "The Sage" Lake 5. "The Old Castle" Mussorgsky/Emerson 6. "Blues Variation" Emerson/Lake/Palmer 7. "Promenade" Mussorgsky 8. "The Hut of Baba Yaga" Mussorgsky 9. "The Curse of Baba Yaga" Emerson/Lake/Palmer 10. "The Hut of Baba Yaga" Mussorgsky 11. "The Great Gates of Kiev / The End" Mussorgsky/Lake Keith Emerson - Hammond C3 and L100 organs, Moog modular synthesizer (ribbon controller), clavinet ( R.I.P.) Greg Lake - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals ( R.I.P. ) Carl Palmer - drums, percussion Audio & Video Remastered by BrunoSamppa, 2016
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Mussorgsky Dawn on the Moskva-River
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Mussorgsky Dawn on the Moskva-River

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🎼 Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition - Russian Classical Music - Classical Music for studying
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🎼 Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition - Russian Classical Music - Classical Music for studying

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Russian Classical Music for studying and concentration - Modest Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition, Relaxing Music for Studying Concentration and Sleep, Web: http://classicalmusic.co.nf/ Follow us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ClassicalMusicOnline Modest Mussorgsky (21 March [O.S. 9 March] 1839 -- 28 March [O.S. 16 March] 1881) was a Russian composer, one of the group known as 'The Five'. He was an innovator of Russian music in the romantic period. He strove to achieve a uniquely Russian musical identity, often in deliberate defiance of the established conventions of Western music. Many of his works were inspired by Russian history, Russian folklore, and other nationalist themes. Such works include the opera Boris Godunov, the orchestral tone poem Night on Bald Mountain, and the piano suite Pictures at an Exhibition. For many years Mussorgsky's works were mainly known in versions revised or completed by other composers. Many of his most important compositions have recently come into their own in their original forms, and some of the original scores are now also available. Pictures at an Exhibition Pictures at an Exhibition is a piano suite composed by Mussorgsky in 1874. It remains his most popular work, famed as a showpiece for virtuoso pianists and through various orchestrations and arrangements produced by other musicians. Mussorgsky dedicated the work to artist and architect friend Viktor Harmann: his death in 1873 shook Mussorgsky along with others in Russia's art world. In 1874 a great exhibition of Hartmann's work was held, and fueled by that experience the composer wrote this suite, depicting an imaginary walk through the exhibition (the Promenade movements depicting the act of walking by use of regular pace and irregular meter). The music material is based on drawings and watercolours produced mostly during Hartmann's travels. Today most of the pictures from the Hartmann exhibit are lost, making it impossible to be sure in many cases which Hartmann works Mussorgsky had in mind, though studies have been made on the subject. Though rapidly composed (twenty days during June, 1874), the work did not appear in print until 1886, five years after the composer's death. This first Rimsky-Korsakov edition presented many mistakes, though, and some parts had even been reworked to a certain amount. Only in 1931 was the work published in agreement with the composers manuscript. The first (incomplete) orchestral arrangement was by Mikhail Tushmalov, followed by Henry Wood, and Maurice Ravel (whose orchestration has since become the most popular version of the work). Hundreds of versions of the work have been produced since (employing a great number of ensambles), sometimes by renowned composers. A number of conductors have made changes to the scoring by Ravel, though, including Toscanini, Golovanov and Djon Victorin Yu. Frederic Chopin playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIZPrYPTqaeCOCVgwBM8U9WIvb5NskpIz W. A. Mozart playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIZPrYPTqaeDEgTFajp_0TBXcXdYKLEgX
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M. Mussorgsky "Boris Godunov" Varlaam's song
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M. Mussorgsky "Boris Godunov" Varlaam's song

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Belgorod Philharmonic Orchestra Arkady Leytush, conductor V. Matorin, bass
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Mussorgsky 'Night on the Bare Mountain' (Choral Version) - Rozhdestvensky conducts
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Mussorgsky 'Night on the Bare Mountain' (Choral Version) - Rozhdestvensky conducts

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This version of "A Night on the Bare Mountain" comes from Mussorgsky's unfinished opera "The Fair at Sorochyntsi" (or "Sorochintsy Fair"). In the opera, it was intended as a dream sequence which incorporated parts for a solo baritone (sung here by David Wilson Johnson) and chorus (the BBC Singers and BBC Symphony Chorus). This performance comes from a Proms concert given in the Royal Albert Hall in 1981. It is sung in English, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky. Rimsky-Korsakov based his own purely orchestral edition of "Night on Bald Mountain" on this version of Mussorgsky's music. (A BBC Radio Classics CD.)
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BORIS GODUNOV - Nesterenko, Piavko, Arkhipova - Bolshoi, 1978, English subtitles
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BORIS GODUNOV - Nesterenko, Piavko, Arkhipova - Bolshoi, 1978, English subtitles

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This epic opera based on Pushkin's play is notoriously difficult to stage in the West. Powerful music is inseparable from as powerful classic Russian, language carrying the same load as notes. This version from Bolshoi may be the best forging of the two existing on video, and Godunov of Nesterenko is one of the starkest 'Pushkin magnitude' interpretations of the role. Details below. Boris Godunov - EVGENY NESTERENKO Grigory Otrepyev (False Dimitrii) - VLADISLAV PIAVKO Marina Mnishek - IRINA ARKHIPOVA Pimen - VALERY YAROSLAVTSEV Prince Shuiskii - ANDREY SOKOLOV Innkeeper - LARISA NIKITINA Tsarevich Fyodor - GLAFIRA KOROLEVA Tsarevna Xenia - GALINA KALININA Nurse - NINA GRIRORIEVA Father Varlaam - ARTUR EIZEN The Holy Fool - ALEXEY MASLENNIKOV Music: Modest Mussorgsky Conductor -BORIS HAIKIN Director - LEONID BARATOV 15:05 - The Coronation Scene (Red Square; Godunov, boyars, chorus - Сцена коронации) 19:22 - My soul is sad... (Monologue of Godunov- Скорбит душа...) 24:21 - One more, the final record, and my annals are ended... (Chudov Monastery; Pimen, Grigory - Еще одно, последнее сказанье) 40:27 - The Inn Scene (Lithuanian Border; the Innkeeper, Grigory, Varlaam - Cцена в корчме) 1:01:11 - The Scene in the Tsar's Palaces (Godunov, Fyodor, Xenia, the Nurse, Shuiskii - Сцена в царских палатах) 1:11:33 - I have achieved supreme power... (Monologue of Godunov - Достиг я высшей власти...) 1:30:34 - The Polish Scene (Castle of Voevoda Mniszech; Grigory, Marina, chorus - Польские картины) 1:49:26 - The Holy Fool Scene (Square before a Cathedral in Moscow; Godunov, The Holy Fool, chorus - Сцена c Юродивым) 1:59:19 - The Scene in the Forest (Varlaam, Misail, Grigory, chorus - Сцена в лесу) 2:16:37 - The Death of Tsar Boris (The Cremlin; Godunov, Shuiskii, Fiodor, chorus - Смерть Царя Бориса) 2:30:58 - Farewell, my son, I am dying... (The final monologue of Godunov - Прощай, мой сын, умираю я...)
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Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov/Definitive Version 1872 (Vedernikov - Century’s recording : V.Fedoseyev)
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Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov/Definitive Version 1872 (Vedernikov - Century’s recording : V.Fedoseyev)

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Modest Petrowitsch Mussorgsky / Модeст Петрович Мусоргский (1839-1881) – Boris Godunov : Popular music drama in four acts with a prologue Based on the ‘’definitive’’ version by Mussorgsky in 1872 Prologue Scene One (00:00) People’s chorus (02:04) Shchelkalov’s address - Pilgrims’ chorus (07:07) Conclusion - scene (12:57) Scene Two Coronation Scene - Entry Of Boris (16:36) Prologue. Scene 2. Scene (22:43) Act 1 Scene One Pimen's Monologue (25:11) Monologue (Conclusion) - Scene (29:36) Grigory's Dream - Pimen's Narration (32:55) Pimen's Uglich Narration (40:34) Matins - Monk's Chorus - Grigory's Monologue (44:59) Scene Two Hostess's Song (47:45) Scene (51:10) Varlaam's Drinking-Song (53:40) Scene 2. Scene (55:44) Scene 2. Scene (1:01:20) Scene 2. Grigory's Flight (1:03:55) Act 2 Scene One Scene (1:07:21) Song Of The Gnat (1:09:50) Clapping Game (1:13:30) Scene (1:15:34) Boris's Monologue - Scene (1:19:33) Tale Of The Parrot (1:26:11) Scene (1:29:45) Scene (1:31:40) Scene (1:35:54) Shuisky's Narration - Clock Scene (1:39:37) Act 3 Scene One Chorus Of Young Girls (1:44:38) Scene (1:48:12) Arias (1:50:54) Scene (1:54:26) Scene Two Scene (2:02:57) Scene - Polonaise - Chorus of guests (2:11:44) Duet 1 (2:19:32) Duet 2 (2:24:46) Duet (2:27:32) Act 4 Scene One An assembly hall in the Moscow Kremlin (2:31:11) Chorus of boyars (2:34:16) Scene (2:37:05) Scene (2:41:34) Pimen's narration (2:44:07) Boris's farewell to Feodor (2:49:27) Boris's final prayer (2:53:19) Monks' chorus - Death of Boris (2:55:23) Scene Two A clearing in a forest near Kromy - People's chorus (2:59:05) People's chorus (3:01:06) Scene (3:03:35) Scene (3:05:35) Revolutionary chorus (3:06:59) Jesuits’ hymn (3:09:55) Scene (3:11:35) Boris Godounov : Alexander Vedernikov Feodor : Glafira Koroleva Xenia : Elena Shkolnikova Nurse : Nina Grigorieva Shuisky : Andrei Sokolov Shchelkalov : Alexander Voroshilo Pimen : Vladimir Matorin Grigory / Dimitri : Vladislav Piavko Marina Mnishek : Irina Arkhipova Rangoni : Yuri Masurok Varlaam : Artur Eisen Missail : Anatoli Mishutin URSS TV AND RADIO LARGE CHORUS Chorus Master : Ludmila Ermakova SPRING STUDIO CHILDREN’S CHORUS Chorus Master : Alexander Ponomarev URSS TV AND RADIO LARGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conductor : Vladimir FEDOSEYEV Stéréo recording in 1978-83, URSS New Mastering in 2017 by AB Label : Philips
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The Hut of Baba Yaga  Mussorgsky
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The Hut of Baba Yaga Mussorgsky

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Helmut Eisel, clarinet and Marina Baranova, piano. Mussorgsky meets the klezmer: "kulturwelten"
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Mussorgsky-Stokowski "A Night on Bare Mountain"
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Mussorgsky-Stokowski "A Night on Bare Mountain"

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Leopold Stokowski recorded his own version of "A Night on Bare Mountain" several times. This recording (on a Cala CD) dates from 1953 and is played by a specially-selected orchestra of New York musicians, including many from the New York Philharmonic. Stokowski based his orchestration on Rimsky-Korsakov's edition of the score and used it in Walt Disney's "Fantasia" (1940). In addition to Mussorgsky's own original orchestral and choral versions, this piece has also been edited or arranged by Rene Leibowitz (and recorded by him) as well as Charles Gerhardt (his version was recorded by Sir Adrian Boult) and several others, including Gottfried von Einem and Henry Sopkin.
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Modest Mussorgsky : Boris Godunov - Prologue - Scene 1
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Modest Mussorgsky : Boris Godunov - Prologue - Scene 1

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Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881) Edited by Rimsky Korsakov Boris Godunov . . . . . . . . . . Nicolai Ghiaurov Feodor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Olivera Miljakovic Xenia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Najejda Dobrianowa Shuisky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aleksei Maslennikov Pimen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martti Talvela Grigory/Dimitri . . . . . . . . . . Ludovic Spiess Varlaam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anton Diakov Missail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Milen Paunov Marina Mnishek . . . . . . . . . Galina Vishnevskaya Rangoni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zoltan Kélémén Simpleton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aleksei Maslennikov Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra Conductor : Herbert von Karajan
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Hopak -  Modest Mussorgsky
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Hopak - Modest Mussorgsky

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In Decmber, I auditioned for the South East District of Massachusettes Junior Band. I scored high and made the Orchestra! This is one of our songs. This sprightly peasant dance will really pick up your audience! From the composer's opera "Sorochinsky Fair," this edition is from the orchestration by Anatol Liadov. Clark McAlister's excellent edition removes a few impracticalities and orchestration oddities. - JWPepper.com
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Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition - Promenade I
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Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition - Promenade I

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Khovanshchina Хованщина Nesterenko, Vedernikov, Arkhipova; Simonov, 1979
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Khovanshchina Хованщина Nesterenko, Vedernikov, Arkhipova; Simonov, 1979

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Modest Mussorgsky – BORIS GODUNOV – Coronation Scene (Boris Christoff)
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Modest Mussorgsky – BORIS GODUNOV – Coronation Scene (Boris Christoff)

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Борис Годунов (BORIS GODUNOV) Musical drama in a prologue and 4 acts Composer: Modest Mussorgsky (1839–81) Libretto: Modest Mussorgsky, after Aleksandr Pushkin’s drama (1831) and Nikolay M. Karamzin’s History of the Russian State (1816–26) First performance: Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, 22 October 1873 (Revised Version of 1872). Revised version: St Petersburg Conservatory, 28 November 1896 (Rimsky-Korsakoff version). First performance of Original Version of 1869: State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet, Leningrad, 16 February 1928 SETTING: Moscow; the Lithuanian frontier; a castle in Sandomierz, Poland; Kromï, from 1598 to 1605. ‘Boris Godunov’, one of the masterpieces of Russian opera, is a sombre, magnificent work. The story spans some seven years, from the accession of Boris Godunov to the throne in 1598 to his death in 1605. The work is Shakespearean in its structure: a chronicle play, with an allegorical view of history; and characterisation: Boris, one of the greatest roles in all opera, is both guilt-stricken child-murdering regicide and loving father. He is supposed to have had the nine-year-old Dmitriy, the last son of Ivan the Terrible, murdered to become Tsar (and may in real life have poisoned Ivan with mercury), and is haunted by the vision of the murdered boy; while retribution also comes from outside, in the form of the False Dmitriy, an ambitious renegade monk who claims the throne. There are various versions of the work; that used here is the Rimsky-Korsakoff reorchestration of 1896. The Coronation Scene (Prologue, Scene 2) Moscow, 1598. As the bells peal out, Boris appears to the crowd assembled outside the Kremlin. Although the people themselves are enthusiastic, Boris is inwardly anxious; in the aria ‘Skorbit dusha!‘ (‘My soul is sorrowful‘), he expresses his forebodings, and prays for God's blessing and that he will rule justly. Boris Godunov (bass): Boris Christoff Chorus of the National Orchestra of Sofia Conductor: André Cluytens Orchestre de la Société du Conservatoire de Paris Paris, 1962
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Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov, Night on Bald Mountain
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Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov, Night on Bald Mountain

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Night on Bald Mountain, composed by Modest Mussorgsky, arranged by Rimsky-Korsakov, performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra (conducted by Anthony Holland), with an animated graphical score. FAQ Q: Why can't I leave comments? A: I've posted three versions of this piece; the first one (on the smalin channel) ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFOVP8pWw5Y ... is the one for comments. The others are alternate versions (musanim channel); version two is the latest remake of the original (with corrections, see below) ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0woeG2LT80 ... and version three is a more conventional piano-roll style presentation ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZQIfEJ7gOk Q: Where can I learn more about this piece? A: Here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_on_Bald_Mountain#Rimsky-Korsakov.27s_fantasy:_Night_on_Bald_Mountain_.281886.29 Q: Where can I get this recording? A: You can get the recording I started from here: https://musopen.org/music/178/modest-mussorgsky/night-on-bald-mountain/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_on_Bald_Mountain Q: What do the shapes mean? A: In the third ("piano roll") version of the video the shapes are assigned like this ... rectangle: brass, tubular bells, timpani octagon: strong gusts, monster chords, whipping wind, last chord, brass ellipse: cymbal, bass drum, piccolo, flute rhombus: strings inverted ellipse: oboe, bassoon triangle: clarinet A: In versions other than the "piano roll" one, it's more complicated. The sustained notes form the background, which is done with a Voronoi tessellation (see http://www.musanim.com/Voronoi/ ). What I call the "monster chords" are done in big octagons (which look like rectangles most of the time). The "wind" is done with little circles that fly in from the sides. "Strong gusts" are the big ellipses. The flutes and clarinets have solos at the end; these are done with VRingAlpha (see http://www.musanim.com/renderers/ for a list of renderer types). When notes appear in contexts other than that, they are shaped according to instrument: ellipse: flute, piccolo, cymbal inverted ellipse: pizzicato strings, harp, oboe, bassoon rhombus: arco strings rectangle: brass octagon: clarinet When the instruments are playing one of the "fanfare" themes, they use the "Sigmoid" scrolling method (see http://www.musanim.com/scrolling/ for description of scrolling methods). Q: What do the colors mean? A: Colors are assigned according to pitch, in a system I call "harmonic coloring" (since it shows changes in harmonies). You can read more about this here: http://www.musanim.com/HarmonicColoring/ In the first version of this video, blue is assigned to the D. In the second version, blue is assigned to the pitch at the center of the circle of fifths of the pitches indicated by the key signature (so, for D minor, with pitches Bb/F/C/G/D/A/E, blue is G). In the third ("piano roll") version, blue is assigned to D. Q: I thought you didn't like Mussorgsky's music. A: Yes, Mussorgsky is on the list of "I'll probably never do a video of ..." composers (see http://www.musanim.com/requests/ for a discussion of this). However, a couple of factors came together. I don't pay any attention to suggestions from my viewers, but when I talk to music teachers about how they use my animated graphical scores in their classes, I often remember to ask whether there are pieces they would use if I made scores for them, and this piece has come up a few times over the years. The second factor was that I found this public domain recording on Musopen. My opinion of Mussorgsky's music has changed as a result of a closer study of this piece, but overall it hasn't improved. I admire his imagination and creativity, but my reaction after getting more familiar with this piece is the opposite of what somebody said about Wagner's music (that it was "better than it sounds"). Q: Is something wrong at __:__? A: There were some mistakes in the score I used, and I added some of my own. In the first version I found these ... 2:58 wrong notes in clarinet part 4:30 missing notes 4:33 bassoon notes are not grouped with "monster cords" 6:17 missing grace notes 7:23 fake music (that disappears before it's played) is incorrectly aligned 10:21 wrong note in clarinet solo (throughout) timpani missing (this was intentional, but I've decided it should be there) ... and fixed them in the second version. Also, for people who want to use the score for study purposes, I made a third version with a more conventional piano-roll score (with measure numbers). Q: I appreciate the animated graphical scores you make; how can I support your work? A: Thank you! The easiest way to support my work is by contributing via Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/musanim If you'd like to help in more specific way, consider this: http://www.musanim.com/underwriting Q: Could you please do a video of ______? A: Please read this: http://www.musanim.com/requests/
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Marko Topchii, Modest Mussorgsky - (FULL!) Pictures at an Exhibition
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Marko Topchii, Modest Mussorgsky - (FULL!) Pictures at an Exhibition

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Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition by Marko Topchii (based on version transcribed by Kazuhito Yamashita) played at National Philharmonic Hall of Ukraine Performed on the guitar by Japanese luthier Yuichi Imai (Limited edition). Kiev 2010 Promenade No. 1 "Gnomus" [Untitled] (Interlude, Promenade theme) No. 2 "Il vecchio castello" [Untitled] (Interlude, Promenade theme) No. 3 "Tuileries" (Dispute d'enfants après jeux) No. 4 "Bydło" [Untitled] (Interlude, Promenade theme) No. 5 "Балетъ невылупившихся птенцовъ" [Balet nevylupivshikhsya ptentsov] No. 6 "Samuel" Goldenberg und "Schmuÿle" Promenade No. 7 "Limoges", le marché (La grande nouvelle) No. 8 "Catacombæ" (Sepulcrum romanum) and "Con mortuis in lingua mortua" No. 9 "Избушка на курьихъ ножкахъ" (Баба-Яга) [Izbushka na kuryikh nozhkakh (Baba-Yagá)] No. 10 "Богатырскія ворота" (Въ стольномъ городѣ Кіевѣ) [Bogatyrskiye vorota (V stolnom gorode Kiyeve)]
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