Notes & Reviews:
The music for the tour is taken from Russian composers who were, by and large, thoroughly imbued with the spirit of their country. This is reflected in Lyadov's arrangement of a series folk-songs and his translation of Russian legend into music. Other composers represented are Ippolitov-Ivanov, Kabalevsky and Anton Rubinstein, with two well known excerpts from unfinished operas by Mussorgsky.
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Django Reinhardt: Djangology [Bluebird] [Remaster]
Anton Rubinstein: Symphony No. 6; Don Quixote, Op. 87 / Philharmonia Hungarica; Slovak PO
Charlies: Jail Sessions
Warren Haynes: Ashes & Dust [Slipcase]
Britten: War Requiem / Peter Pears, Heather Harper, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. (live, Coventry Cathedral, May 1962)
The Music of Gustav Mahler: Issued 78s, 1903-1940 - Syms. 1, 2, 4 & 9; Orchestral songs / Transfers by Marston & Obert-Thorn
Anton Rubinstein: Symphony No. 5; Dmitry Donskoy, overture; Faust, Op. 68 / George Enescu PO
Weber: Clarinet Concertos & Quintet [Hybrid SACD]
Bach: Violin Concertos / Gidon Kremer, violin - ASMF