6 July 2012

The latest records



Rachmaninov : The Bells (BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra)

Prokofiev : Alexander Nevsky (Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra)


Tchaikovsky :Symphony n°1 (BBC Symphony Orchestra)

Stravinsky : Firebird Suite (Philharmonia Orchestra)


Shostakovich : Symphony n°10 (USSR State Symphony Orchestra)

Tchaikovsky : Snow Maiden Suite – Melodrama

Rimsky Korsakov : Invisible City of Kitezh / Hymn to Nature / Tartar Invasion & Battle of Kerzhenets (USSR State Symphony Orchestra)


Evgeny Svetlanov and the USSR State Symphony Orchestra

Prokofiev : Alexander Nevsky / Zdravits

Glazunov : Symphonics Works

Liadov : Symphonics Works

Borodin : Symphonies

Glazunov : Raymonda


Evgeny Svetlanov and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra


Chausson : Symphony

Franck : Symphony


Bruckner : Symphony No. 9

CD3 (double CD)

Gershwin : American in Paris

Gershwin : Cuban Overture

Gershwin : Piano Concerto (Jeffrey Siegel)

Gershwin : Porgy and Bess


Respighi : Roman Festival

Respighi : The Fountains of Rome

Respighi : The Pine of Rome


Holst : The Planets


Schubert : Symphony No. 8

Schubert : Symphony No. 9


Dvorak : Symphony No. 9

Dvorak : Slavonic Dance No. 3

Smetana : Bartered Bride Overture

One thought on “The latest records

  1. I heard on ABC (Australia) radio some years ago of a Concert, in Melbourne I believe, but certainly in Australia, during the Russian State Orchestra’s tour of Australia, conducted by Yvevgeny Svetlanov, of Gayaneh, Lezghinka, where Maestro Svetlanov handed the Orchestra over to be led by the Snare Drum. I have never forgotten this piece as the most stirring and beautiful I have ever heard. I seem to be on an unsuccessful journey to hear this piece again. I have purchased CD’s since of other Orchestral Pieces of this work and I find they do not compare. Is there, I hope, a recording of this piece I may purchase, to hear again. Thank you. Anne,

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