Notes & Reviews:
The choir itself is excellent, with particularly fine sopranos who can chant high above the others in beautifully pitched thirds; while there is, as ever in Russian church choirs, a splendid bass section that can underpin the textures with effortlessly rich low Cs.
BBC Music Magazine, March 2015
Russian singers are a big help in this work, and as a performance this ranks high among available versions.
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Works DetailsRachmaninov, Sergey : Vespers (All-Night Vigil), for alto, tenor & chorus, Op. 37
- Conductor: Nikolai Korniev
- Running Time: 52 min. 45 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Written: 1915