Prokofiev: Eugene Onegin / Downes, West, Sinfonia 21

> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 12: Larin's ball [continued] - Zaretsky left without discussion
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 13: Duel
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 14: Tatyana visits Onegin's house
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 15: They say goodbye to peaceful valleys
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 15: Waltz - There came a murmur
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 16: Onegin's letter to Tatyana
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 16: The days flew past …
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 8: Onegin receives Tatyana's letter
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 9: Onegin scolds Tatyana in Larin's garden
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 10: Lensky and Onegin together in Lensky's house
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 11: Tatyana's dream
> Eugene Onegin, Op. 71 (arr. E. Downes) - Scene 12: Larin's ball

Album Summary

>Prokofiev, Sergei : Eugene Onegin, incidental music, Op. 71
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

With an eminent cast of actors including Niamh Cusack, Samuel West and Timothy West (who directed the production) this was the first complete recording of Eugene Onegin. This continues to be one of the only available recordings, and it is now available at a budget price!



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>Prokofiev, Sergei : Eugene Onegin, incidental music, Op. 71
  • Performers: Andrew Rutt (Bass); Dominic Mafham (Voice); Helena McCarthy (Voice); Niamh Cusack (Spoken Vocals); Katharine Fuge (Voice); Terrence Hardiman (Voice); Samuel West (Voice); Julian Walker (Bass)
  • Conductor: Edward Downes
  • Ensemble: New Company Singers
  • Notes: St. Jude's Church, Central Square, London, England (03/22/1994-07/25/1994)
  • Running Time: 6 min. 14 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Written: 1936