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Anatoly Lyadov – Choral Music (24/96 FLAC)

Anatoly Lyadov - Choral Music (24/96 FLAC)

Anatoly Lyadov – Choral Music (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Anatoly Liadov
Performer: Academy of Russian Music Chamber Choir, Alexey Shevchenko, Dmitry Korostelyov, Kirill Panfilov, Kseniia Abaimova, Maria Uspenskaya, Yulia Likhacheva
Conductor: Ivan Nikiforchin
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Toccata
Catalogue: TOCC0614
Release: 2021
Size: 1.18 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. The Hourly Prayer of St. Joasaph Gorlenko

Settings from the ‘Obikhod’, Op. 61
02. No. 7, Cherubic Hymn
03. No. 10, I Shall Take the Cup of Salvation

Russian Folksongs
04. No. 1, The Dove Book
05. No. 2, Oh, Avsen
06 .No. 3, You Are My Beauty
07. No. 4, I’ll Go, Young One
08.No. 5, At Dawn

Russian Folksongs for Female Voices
09. No. 3, Now We Have a Drink
10. No. 9, As at the Evening
11. No. 10, We, Girls, Would Like to Pour Some Horilka
12. No. 14, The Valley

Russian Folksongs, Op. 45
13. No. 1, You, My River
14. No. 2, Oh, It’s Not a Sunset
15. No. 3, Birch Forest, Who’s a Single Man?
16. No. 4, White Snow
17. No. 5, I’ll Sit Down Young
18. No. 6, The Winds Blew
19. No. 7, Along the Steep Coast
20. No. 8, Rain on the Street
21. No. 9, That’s My Grief
22. No. 10, Along the Street

Russian Folksongs for Female Voices
23. No. 1, Hushaby
24. No. 2, The Open Field, You’re My Wide Space
25. No. 3, Oh, There Was No Wind

26. Glorification for Vladimir Stasov on July 15, 1899

Sœur Béatrice, Op. 60
27. No. 1, Beggars’ Chorus
28. No. 2, Ave, Maris Stella
29. No. 3, The Death of Beatrice

30. Glorification for Vladimir Stasov on January 2, 1894
31. Song of the Schoolgirls, Op. 50
32. Glory to Nikolay Andreevich Rimsky-Korsakov

The Final Scene of Schiller’s ‘Die Braut von Messina’, Op. 28
33. Introduction
34. Finale

35. Glory to Evgeniya Ivanovna Zbrueva
36. Drip, Ek – Fugato

Cantata in Memory of Mark Antokolsky
37. Chorus

38. Slava, Op. 47
39. Hymn to Anton Rubinstein, Op. 54

Lyadov’s handful of orchestral works have become concert favourites, but his choral music is as good as unknown. It falls into three main categories: religious chants, folksong arrangements and original compositions. All three confirm Lyadov’s status as a kind of Fabergé of music: they blend exquisite craftsmanship and delicate beauty.

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