|Modest Mussorgsky||Songs And Dances Of Death.|
|Sergei Taneyev||Lyudi Spyat Op. 17 No. 10,
Menu’Et (Minuet) Op. 26 No. 9,
Ne Veter Veja S Vysoty (Not The Wind From On High) Op. 17 No. 5,
Winter Journey (Zimni Put’) (Polonsky) Op. 32 No. 4,
Stalaktity Op. 26 No. 6,
B’Jotsja Serdce Bespokojnoje (Anxiously Beats The Heart) Op. 17 No. 9.
|Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky||Six Lieder On Poems By Daniel Rathaus Op. 73.|
|Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Baritone), Ivari Ilja (Piano).|
|Booklet with liner notes in English and German and the song texts in the original Russian (transliteration) and in English.
This second release of star baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky for Ondine features Russian Lieder by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky and Taneyev.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky is recognized as one of the leading and most charismatic baritones of our time, performing internationally at such opera houses as the New York Met, and partnering regularly with singers Renée Fleming and Jonas Kaufmann.
Tchaikovsky composed his song collection Six Songs, Op. 73, in 1893, the year of his death, and they are full of musical nostalgia.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky:In This Moonlit Night
|Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)|
|Six Songs, Op. 73|
|1||You and I were sitting together (My sideli s toboj)||2:42|
|3||In this moonlit night (V `etu lunnuju noch’)||2:02|
|4||The sun has set (Zakatilos’ solnce)||1:54|
|5||In the midst of gloomy days (Sred’ mrachnykh dnej)||1:51|
|6||Again, as before (Snova, kak prezhde)||2:54|
|Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881)|
|Songs and Dances of Death|
|10||Field marshal (Polkovodec)||6:14|
|Sergei Taneyev (1856-1915)|
|11||All are asleep (Ljudi spat), Op. 17/10||3:38|
|12||Minuet (Menu`et), Op. 26/9||4:48|
|13||Not the wind from on high (Ne veter veja s vysoty), Op. 17/5||2:19|
|14||Winter path (Zimnij put’), Op. 32/4||3:05|
|15||Stalactites (Stalaktity), Op. 26/6||4:24|
|16||Anxiously beats the heart (B’jotsja serdce bespokojnoje), Op. 17/9||2:14|