Prokofiev Complete Ballets: 125th Anniversary Edition - Chout, The Steel Step, The Prodigal Son, Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, On the Dnieper and The Tale of the Stone Flower [9 CDs]
9 CD / Melodiya / 2016-04-08Works: Sergey Prokofiev: Chout (The Tale of the Buffoon), ballet, Op. 21; Le pas d'acier (The Steel Step), ballet, Op. 41; L'Enfant prodigue, Op. 46; Romeo and Juliet; Cinderella; On the Dnieper (Sur le Bor...
Performers: Cherniakhovsky, Mikhail [Violin]; Futer, Arkady
Conductors: Rozhdestvensky, Gennady; Prokofiev, Sergei
Ensemble: ; Big Symphony Orchestra of All-Union Radio; Bolshoi Theater Brass Band; USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra; USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra
Firma Melodiya presents a set of recordings of Sergei Prokofiev's ballets dedicated to 125th anniversary of the Russian genius's birth (2016). All Prokofiev ballets: Chout,...continue...
Recording information: 1959; 1965; 1968; 1982; 1985....continue...
Max Bruch (1838-1920): Scottish Fantasia; Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture; Symphony No.3 / David Oistrakh, violin; USSR State SO, Gennady Rozhdestvensky; Cleveland Orch., George Szell; NY PO, Leonard Bernstein
1 CD / Praga / 2016-03-04Conductors: Rozhdestvensky, Gennady; Szell, George; Leonard Bernstein
Ensemble: Cleveland Orchestra; New York Philharmonic Orchestra; USSR State Symphony Orchestra
The music of Scotland has long inspired classical composers. Scottish reels were first immortalized by Beethoven. Playing Bruch's Scottish Fantasia, violinist David Oistrakh pays tribute...continue...
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; Sibelius: Violin Concerto, Humoresques Nos.1 & 2 / David Oistrakh, violin; Moscow PO, USSR Radio Symph., Gennady Rozhdestvensky
1 CD / Praga / 2016-02-05Works: Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky: Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 35; Jean Sibelius: Concerto for Violin in D minor, Op. 47; Humoresques (2) for violin & orchestra, Op. 87b
Performers: Oistrakh, David [Conductor]
Conductors: Rozhdestvensky, Gennady
Ensemble: ; Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra; USSR Radio Symphony
This is an unusual pairing of two romantic concertos by Tchaikovsky and Sibelius, performed by the legendary David Oistrakh on his Stradivarius Comte de Fontana....continue...
Recording information: Moscow (07/23/1965); Moscow (09/27/1968)....continue...