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Rachmaninoff: Aleko / Gerello, Guryakova, Grivnov, et al

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> The Gypsies - Read in English by Michael York
> The Gypsies - Read in Russian by Vassily Lanovoy
> Aleko - The Old Gypsy's Narrative: Volshebnoi siloi pesnopenia v tumannoi pamyati moei (The Old Gypsy, Gypsies)
> Aleko - Scene: Da kak zhe ty ne pospeshil (Aleko, Zemfira, Young Gypsy, The Old Gypsy, Gypsies)
> Aleko - Women's Dance
> Aleko - Men's Dance
> Aleko - Ogni pogasheny. Odna luna siyaet s nebesnoi vyshiny (Gypsies)
> Aleko - Duet: Eschcho odno, odno lobzanie! (Young Gypsy, Zemfira)
> Aleko - Aria: Scene By the Cradle: Staryi muzh, groznyi muzh (Zemfira, Aleko)
> Aleko - Cavatina: Vas tabor spit. Luna nad nim (Aleko)
> Aleko - Intermezzo
> Aleko - The Young Gypsy's Romance: Vzgliani: pod otdalionnym svodom (Young Gypsy)
> Aleko - Duet: Pora! (Zemfira, Young Gypsy, Aleko, Gypsies, The Old Gypsy, Old Gypsy Woman)

Album Summary

>Rachmaninov, Sergei : Aleko
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

"...The dark-toned Vassily Gerello...captures most of the desperation of the outsider who joins a gypsy band...It is the Zemfira who makes this most worth hearing: with a big voice of glamour and freshness, Olga Guirakova is one of the most exciting new Russian sopranos to have emerged in recent years, and this appears to be her first recording. Vsevolod Grivnov...and Mikhail Kit...give good performances..." ****- Allison, BBC



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Works Details

>Rachmaninov, Sergei : Aleko
  • Performers: Elena Manikhina (Mezzo Soprano); Olga Guryakova (Soprano); Vsevolod Grivnov (Tenor); Mikhail Kit (Bass)
  • Conductor: Constantine Orbelian
  • Ensemble: Yurlov Russian Choir
  • Notes: Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory, Moscow, Russia (04/25/2000/04/28/2000)
  • Running Time: 2 min. 54 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Opera/Operetta
  • Written: 1892