The Yale Russian Chorus, Alex Kuzma - Yale Russian Chorus On Tour mp3 album
- Performer: The Yale Russian Chorus
- Title: Yale Russian Chorus On Tour
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MP1 ADX VQF VOC WAV RA DMF
- Released: 1977
- Style: Folk
- MP3 album: 1339 mb
- FLAC album: 1644 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 158
Chorus members are Yale University students from a variety of academic disciplines. Founded in 1953 by Denis Mickiewicz, a Yale student at the time, the YRC is recognized as one of the world’s premier performance ensembles of Slavic music today. The repertoire spans the twelfth century to the twenty-first, and stretches across Eastern Europe from Slovakia to Georgia, including a variety of sacred and secular settings. The YRC just returned from their 2015 Spring Concert Tour to California, which included sold-out concerts in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Carmel, to name a few. The recordings of the Yale Russian Chorus have been placed on the New York Times critics’ choice list and described as a must-have recording by National Public Radio’s Performance Today.
The Yale Russian Chorus.
Apr 15th 1977; New Haven, Ct. Apr 21st 177; Moscow Mar 25th 1977.
The Chorus sings a diverse repertoire that spans the traditions of Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia, among others. Йелский Русский Хор: Bringing you sacred and secular music from Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia since 1953. Feel free to hashtag us:. Yesterday a few of us took the midnight trainnnn (actually the 10pm train) to St. Petersburg! We had an excellent tour of The Hermitage, and after that some of us took a boat tour, while others visited the Impressionist displays at the museum. A high speed train got us back in time to give us four or five hours of sleep before the 5:30am departure to Rostov this morning!
Rehearsal today at Muzykal&rsquonaya Shkola I. .This photo now in colour! were in the 70s was sent. TBT Here we are in the Kremlin in 1963 five years. Christ is Risen! Today is Russian Orthodox Easter.
I have seen the Yale Russian chorus in a number of concerts, in venues from Russian Orthodox churches to the chapel above, and I am never disappointed. Great selection of very beautiful Russian choral works - very few of "the old standbys". They are sung beautifully by the Yale Russian chorus. If you like thundering Russian basses, this choir is light in that department. One person found this helpful.
|A1||Tebe Boga Khvalim||5:12|
|A2||Blagoslovi Dushe Moya Gospoda||4:15|
|A5||Khvalite Imya Gospodne||3:24|
|A6||Shen Khar Venakhi||3:16|
|A7||Ne Sedi Jemo||2:26|
|B1||Zakuvala Ta Svya Zozulia||3:40|
|B3||Vdol Po Piterskoi||3:35|
|B4||Akh, Ty Serdtse||3:55|
|B6||Akh, Ty Styep||7:14|
|B8||Ride The Chariot||2:30|
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NotesRecorded live in Cambridge, Mass. Apr 15th 1977; New Haven, Ct. Apr 21st 177; Moscow Mar 25th 1977.
No release date on the LP, but it's listed as 1977 on their discography: http://www.yrcalums.org/Discography.html