Zara Dolukhanova, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Grigorgy Stolarov - Arias mp3 album
Zara Dolukhanova, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Grigorgy Stolarov – Arias. Includes booklet (8 . with texts of the Russian arias in Russian (transliterated) and English. Title on spine: Opera Arias. Matrix, Runout: RD CD 15 026 <01.
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.
Singer: Zara Dolukhanova. Conductor – Grigorgy Stolarov. Design – Jeff Joneikis. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Zara Dolukhanova. Orchestra – Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded on January 15, 1954.
Moscow, coronation cantata for mezzo-soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra. The Maid of Orléans (Jeanne d'Arc), opera. Alexander Nevsky, film score. 3. Song of the Maiden. 4. Marfa's Fortune-telling. Kashchey the Immortal (Kashchey bessmertnïy), opera ("autumnal parable") in 1 act. 5. Kashcheyevna's aria.
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Samuil Samosud, Zara Dolukhanova, Zhenya Talanov, Boys' Choir of the Moscow Choral School, Choir of the All-Union Radio On Guard for Peace, Op. 124: Lullaby. ony o night in the city 1981. ony o cross the bridge.
Zara Dolukhanova, Vladimir Khvostin, Berta Kozel. Liszt: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2; Encores. Kirill Kondrashin, Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Byron Janis, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky. Rimsky-Korsakov: La légende de la ville invisible de Kitège et de la demoiselle Fevronia (Mono Version).
Zara Dolukhanova, Moscow Chamber Orchestra & Rudolf Borisovich Barshai 2004. Vittoria Mio Core! By Carissimi Giacomo - Zara Dolukhanova, Domenico Benigni, Moscow Chamber Orchestra & Rudolf Borisovich Barshai. A Dream, Op. 38, No. 5 ("There Is Nothing In the World"). Dolukhanova died in Moscow on December 5, 2007. Among her more important recordings is the 2005 Guild album, The Russian Legacy - Zara Dolukhanova, a four-CD collection of songs and arias by 31 different composers, from Carissimi to Medtner.
Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Cultural centre. Международный музыкальный конкурс молодых исполнителей "Вятское".
Zara Dolukhanova sang many roles on the opera stage, but her career was especially dedicated to concert and radio. In 1944, she became a soloist with Moscow Radio, then in 1959 became a leading soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. Her stage roles included Marfa in Khovanshchina, Lel in Snow Maiden as well as Verdi roles but especially Rossini, (Italiana, Cenerentola, Arsace (Semiramide).
Zara Nelsova (born Sarah Nelson in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on December 23, 1918, died in New York, October 10, 2002) was a prominent cellist. She first performed at the age of five in Winnipeg. She later moved to England where she continued her training and played for the London Symphony Orchestra. She performed as a soloist for many important institutions including the orchestras of Boston, Winnipeg, Montreal and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and toured extensively, becaming the first North American cellist to play in the Soviet Union. She also played on many recordings.
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|1||Warrior's Aria From The Cantata Moscow
Composed By – Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky*Libretto By – Maikov*
|2||Joanna's Arioso From The Maid Of Orleans
Composed By – Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky*
|3||Song Of The Maiden From Alexander Nevsky
Composed By – Sergei Prokofiev
|4||Marfa's Fortune-telling From Khovanschina
Composed By – Modest Mussorgsky
|5||Kashcheyevna's Aria From Kashchei The Immortal
Composed By – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
|6||Page's Cavatina From Les Huguenots
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
|7||Dalila's Aria From Samson And Dalila
Composed By – Camille Saint-Saëns
|8||Ave Maria From Otello
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
|9||Eboli's Aria From Don Carlos
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
|10||Arsace's Aria From Semiramide
Composed By – Gioacchino Rossini
|11||Cherubino's Aria From Le Nozze Di Figaro
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|12||Rosina's Aria From Il Barbiere Di Siviglia
Composed By – Rossini*
- Copyright (c) – Russian Disc
- Made By – U.S. Optical Disc
- Conductor – Grigorgy Stolarov*
- Design – Jeff Joneikis
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Zara Dolukhanova*
- Orchestra – Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
NotesRecorded on January 15, 1954.
© 1995 Russian Disc.
CD Made in U.S.A.
[Total Time:] 65:39.
Includes booklet (8 p.) with texts of the Russian arias in Russian (transliterated) and English.
Title on spine: Opera Arias.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: RD CD 15 026 <01>
- Label Code: LC 5028
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Barcode: 748871502321