Dudarova's reading of this work is rather slow, but in this case it is a good thing. I am no great fan of slow interpretations in general, but many other readings seem to miss a lot of the detail that comes through in this recording. The overall effect is to portray this work as a real epic. The expressions of dread and fear which seem to be 'skated over' (I get this feeling particularly with Jurowsky's interpretation) come through with massive force.
Some of the orchestral playing is rather rough, however: there seems to be some disagreement in pitch between flute and strings during the last twenty or so bars, which threatens to detract from the overall performance. While Kondrashin's version is generally thought to be the best there is, I feel that this is a worthy alternative.