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Dargomyzhsky: Rusalka

Grand Choir of the USSR Radio and TV , Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio , conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev , Dargomyzhsky , None Audio CD
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  • Conductor: None
  • Composer: Dargomyzhsky
  • Audio CD (23 Sep 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Brilliant Classics
  • ASIN: B00DMNMIVQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 198,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Overture
2. Oh, To-to Zhe Vi Devki Molodie
3. Tehu! Ya Slyshy Topot Ego Konya... - Ah, Proshlo to Vremiya, Vremiya Zolotoe...
4. Ah Ty, Sierdze Moyo Sierdze, Retivoe...
5. Äh, Ne Po Priezhnemu Meneya Ty Lyubish!
6. Chto Za Tchudnaya Poviyazka... - Vidish Li, Knyaziya Ne Volny...
7. Ty Slyshish? Narod Idyot Syuda...
8. Kak Vo Gomitze - Svetlitze...
9. Podrugi Detstva, Podrugi Svietlih Dnei...
10. Da Zdravstvuiyet Nash Knyaz Mladoi...
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Gipsy Dance
2. Tchto Zh, Krasniye Devitzi, Viy Primolkli...
3. Tchu! Kazhetsya, Trubyat!
4. Knyaginya Bednaya!
5. Svobodnoi Tolpoyu, S Glubokogo Dna...
6. Nevolno K Etim Grustnim Beregam... - Mne Vsyo Zdyes Na Pamyat Privodit Byloye...
7. Chto Eto Znatchit?
8. Dance of the Mermaids - Ostav'te Pryazhu, Sestry... - Ty Nezhnee K Nemu Prilaskaisya, Moi Drug...
9. Finale

Product Description

Alexander Vedernikov (Miller) - Natalia Mikhailova (Natasha) - Konstantin Pluzhnikov (Prince) - Galina Pisarenko (Princess)... - Grand Choir of the USSR Radio and TV - Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio - Vladimir Fedoseyev, direction

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This is a very welcome reissue by Brilliant Classics. I have written a review of a previous release of this recording from the 1980s, the bulk of which I have reprinted below. Sadly, Brilliant haven't (I understand) provided much in the way of information about this important work nor do they provide a libretto in either Russian or English but the earlier release by the label Relief* only provided a libretto in Russian and a rather poor booklet essay too so unless you understand Russian you will lose little or nothing by purchasing this bargain-priced release instead of the more expensive alternative issue. If you are interested in Russian opera, I can fully recommend getting to know this fascinating work.

Dargomyzhsky's `Rusalka' has a significant place in the development of Russian opera and is probably the most important stage work between Glinka's two seminal masterpieces and the operas of the Mighty Handful and Tchaikovsky. It is good, therefore, to have this Soviet recording of the work available on compact disc. Towards the end of the nineteenth century it became something of a repertory staple in Russia and Chaliapin brought it to the West following the First World War, the role of the avaricious miller being ideally suited to his acting talents; without Chaliapin to endorse the work it failed to make any further headway in the West, although it continued to be performed in the USSR.
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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
5.0 out of 5 stars special 9 July 2014
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this is very different than the Dvorak Rusalka we are all accustomed to, even so, it has its wonderful after belcanto period music, beginning to listen to Russian opera & being this avaliable I couldn't pass it by its a pleasure to listen to, for details about the recording, this was released before on a Russian label not melody, recorded in 1983 & directed by Fedoseyev, look for it on the internet
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