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« Reply #135 on: August 04, 2022, 01:44:03 am »

Alexei Rybnikov (b.1945, Russia)

The Star and Death of Joaquin Muriet - opera

Star, Teresa - J. Rozhdestvenskaya
Joaquin Murieta, Death - G. Trofimov
Blessed stutterer, Organ grinder - F. Ivanov
The Three-fingered One - A. Paranin
Chilean Rangers - S. Belikov, F. Ivanov, A. Paranin, V. Krivopushchenko, V. Naumov, A. Kurdyumov, G. Trofimov, A. Sado
Chilean girl - Olya Rozhdestvenskaya
Girls - Zh. Rozhdestvenskaya, E. Sanina
Instrumental Ensemble of the Lenin Komsomol Theater "Araks":
Y. Shakhnazarov - solo guitar
S. Rudnitsky - acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, organ, synthesizer
S. Belikov - bass guitar, flute
A. Abramov - drums
V. Golutvin - acoustic guitar, banjo
String Group of the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR
Brass group of the Variety Symphony Orchestra of the Central Television and All-Union Radio
String Quartet of the Bolshoi Theater of the USSR
Moscow Chamber Choir, choirmaster T. Agayeva

from a 1978 Gramzapis-Melodiya double LP
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« Reply #136 on: August 07, 2022, 10:09:39 pm »

Sergei Vasilenko (1872-1956)

Horn Concerto in B flat major, Op. 136 (1953)

Valery Zhavoronkov (horn), Lipetsk Symphony Orchestra, Konstantin Barkov

Hello - does anyone have this? The link appears to be dead....
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« Reply #137 on: October 26, 2022, 06:23:24 am »

Sergei Rachmaninoff was born in Oneg (probably) in 1873. Here is a seldom heard masterpiece for unaccompanied choir, the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, opus 31, written in 1910.

It is named "rachjo2.mp3".

Here it is on Mediafire:

It comes from an old wireless broadcast, and its duration is one hour twelve minutes.

For some unknown reason older versions of VLC will not play it, but later versions will. I have also successfully used with it the Windows Media Player, the Media Player Classic, and Firefox itself.

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