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Romy the Cat


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The WHRB’s Rimsky-Korsakov’s Orgy

My WHRB’s starts the spring Orgy period, the podcast available on-line.

http://www.whrb.org/

On May 5th 6MP, WHRB starts to broadcast 3–days long Rimsky-Korsakov’s Orgy with the following program:

1865 (rev. 1884): Symphony No. 1 in e, Op. 1; Järvi,Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra (DG)
1866: Four songs, Op. 2; Lanskoy, Scheps, Gerassimova,Skanavi, Marynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1866: Four songs, Op. 3; Shutova, Cheglakova, Baikov, Scheps,Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1866: Four songs, Op. 4; Martynov, Konstantinidi, Baikov,Scheps, Gerassimova, Skanavi (Chant du Monde)
1866: Overture on Three Russian Themes, Op. 28; Svetlanov,USSR Academic Symphony Orchestra (Olympia)
1867: Sadko, musical picture derived from the opera, Op. 5;Kitajenko, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1867: Fantasia on Serbian Themes, Op. 6; Svetlanov, USSRSymphony Orchestra (Chant du Monde)
1867: Four songs, Op. 7; Shutova, Cheglakova, Gerassimova,Skanavi, Lanskoy, Scheps (Chant du Monde)
1868: Symphony No. 2 in f-sharp, “Antar”, Op. 9; Svetlanov,Philharmonia Orchestra (Hyperion)
1870: Six songs,Op.8;Shutova,Cheglakova,Gerassimova,Skanavi,Lanskoy, Scheps, Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1872 (rev. 1892): The Maid of Pskov (Pskovitjanka);Gorchakova, Ognovienko, Glausin, Gergiev, Kirov Chorus and Orchestra (Philips)
1873 (rev. 1886): Symphony No. 3 in C, Op. 32; Kitajenko, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1875: String Quartet in F, Op. 12; Lyric Quartet (Meridian)
1876: Two songs, Op. 25; Baikov, Scheps, Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1877: Four Pieces for Piano, Op. 11; Ringeissen (Adès)
1877:Quintet for Piano and Winds in B-flat;Capricorn(Hyperion)
1877: Concerto for Trombone and Military Band; Mauger, Rundell, Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra (Chandos)
1878: Six Variations on B-A-C-H: Valse, Intermezzo, Scherzo, Nocturne, Prelude, Fugue; Ringeissen (Adès)
1878: Chopsticks paraphrases; Kann, Marciano (MHS LP)
1878: Concerto for Clarinet and Military Band;Mikhailov, Nazarov, Orchestra of the Minister of the Defense(Chant duMonde)
1878: Variations on a Theme of Glinka for Oboe and Military Band; Lyakhovetsky, Pitirimov, U.S.S.R. Defense Ministry Band (Melodiya/Angel LP)
1878: Poem about Alexei, Man of God, Op. 20; Ziva, Academyof Choral Chant of Moscow, Moscow Symphony Orchestra(Chant du Monde)
1879: May Night (Mayskaya noch’); Potchapski, Tarastchenko, Erasova, Sveshnikov Academic Choir, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (Harmonia Mundi)
1880: Skazka, Fairy Tale for Orchestra; Sinaisky, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1881: The Snow Maiden (Snegurotchka); Zemenkova, Mineva, Evstatieva, Bulgarian Television and Radio Symphony Orchestra and horus (Fidelio)
1882: Four songs, Op. 26; Martynov, Konstantinidi, Kankoy, Scheps, Shutova, Cheglakova (Chant du Monde)
1883: Four songs, Op. 27; Gerassimova, Skanavi, Lankoy,Scheps, Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1883: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in c-sharp, Op. 30;Ogawa, Bakels, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (BIS)
1884: Sinfonietta on Russian Themes in a, Op. 31; Svetlanov,USSR Symphony Orchestra (Chant du Monde)
1879: Fugue, In a Monastery; Lyric Quartet (Meridian)
1885:Four Variations on a Chorale in g;Lyric Quartet (Meridian)
1886: Sostenuto and Allegro from String Quartet ‘B-la-F’; Lyric Quartet (Meridian)
1887: Fantasy on Two Russian Themes for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 33; Rosand, Froment, Radio Luxembourg Orchestra (Turnabout LP)
1895: Christmas Eve; Krasovsky, Shpiller, Tarkhov, Migay, Legostayova, Golovanov, Moscow Radio Choir and Orchestra (Arlecchino)
1896: Sadko, Op. 5; Galusin, Tarassova, Alexashkin, Gergiev, Kirov Chorus and Orchestra of St. Petersburg (Philips)
1888: Souvenir de trois chants polonais (Mazurka on Three Polish Folk Themes) for Violin and Orchestra; Symphony of Moscow Radio  (Melodiya)
1890: Mlada; Korolvev, Tugarinova, Makhov, Kulagina, Makhov, other vocal soloists, Svetlanov, Chorus and Orchestra of the All Union Radio (Melodiya)
1887: Capriccio espagnol, Op. 34; Sinaisky, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1888: Scheherazade, Op. 35; Staryk, Beecham, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (EMI)
1888: Russian Easter Overture, Op. 36; Kitajenko, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1897: Two songs, Op.39; Lanskoy, Scheps, Baikov (Chant du Monde)
1897: Four songs, Op. 40; Baikov, Scheps, Gerassimova, Skanavi, Lanskoy (Chant du Monde)
1897: Four songs, Op. 41; Martynov, Konstantinidi, Lanskoy, Scheps (Chant du Monde)
1897: Four songs, Op. 42; Martynov, Konstantinidi, Gerassimova, Skanavi (Chant du Monde)
1897: In Spring (Vesnoy), Op. 43; Gerassimova, Skanavi, Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1897: Cantata, “Switezianka,” Op. 44; Mitrakova, Kortchak, Ziva, Academy of Choral Chant of Moscow, Moscow Symphony Orchestra (Chant du Monde)
1897: To the Poet (Poetu), Op. 45; Martynov, Konstantinidi, Gerassimova, Skanavi (Chant du Monde)
1897: By the Sea (U morya),Op.46; Savenko, Dussek (Meridian)
1897: Mozart and Salieri, opera in 1 act; Fedin, Nesterenko, Ermler, USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (Melodiya)
1897: Two songs, Op. 49; Savenko, Dussek (Meridian)
1897: Piano Trio in c; Moscow Trio (Melodiya)
1898: Four songs, Op. 50; Gerassimova, Skanavi, Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1898: Five songs, Op. 51; Gerassimova, Skanavi, Martynov, Konstantinidi, Lanskoy, Scheps (Chant du Monde)
1898: The Noblewoman Vera Sheloga (Boyarinya Vera Sheloga), opera in 1 act;  Bulgarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (Capriccio)
1898: Four songs for tenor, Op. 55; Martynov, Konstantinidi (Chant du Monde)
1898: Two songs for soprano, Op. 56; Gerassimova, Skanavi (Chant du Monde)
1898: The Tsar’s Bride (Tsarkaya nevesta),opera in 4 acts; Russian Academic Choir, Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre (Chant du Monde)
1899: Allegro in B-flat for String Quartet; Dante Quartet (ASV)
1899: Cantata, “Song of Oleg the Wise,” Op. 58; Academy of Choral Chant of Moscow, Moscow Symphony Orchestra (Chant du Monde)
1900: The Tale of Tsar Saltan (Skazka o Tsare Saltane), opera in 4 acts; Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre (Chant du Monde)
1901: A Little Song (Psenka); Fingerhut (Chandos)
1901: Tsvetï moi!, from Servilia; Fleming, Gergiev, Orchestra of the Marjinsky Theatre (Decca)
1901: Prelude and Cantata after Homer, “Iz Gomera,”Op. 60; Fedotova, Sizova, Louchmanova, Ziva, Moscow Symphony Orchestra (Chant du Monde)
1902: Kashchey the Immortal (Ka??ej bessmertnyj), opera in 1 act; Academic Yurlov Choir, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (Harmonia Mundi)
1903: Serenade, Op. 37; Isserlis, Gardiner, Chamber Orchestra of Europe (Virgin Classics)
1904: At the Tomb (Nad mogiloy), Op. 61; Svetlanov, USSRAcademic Symphony Orchestra (Melodiya/Olympia)
1904: Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh, opera in 4 acts; USSR Bolshoi Theatre Chorus and all-Union Radio of the USSR Orchestra (Philips)
1904: Suite from Pan Voyevoda; Bakels, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (BIS)
1905: The Little Cudgel (Dubinushka), Op. 62; Ansermet, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (Decca)
1907: Neapolitan Song, Op. 63; Sinaisky, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Chandos)
1907: The Golden Cockerel (Zolotoy petushok), opera in 3 acts; Eizen, Mishenkin, Redkin, Nizienko, Choir and Orchestra of the Volshoi (Art & Electronics)


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