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`Renard` (1917),  (Stravinsky)
A burlesque story about the fox, the cock, the cat and the goat, to be sung and played on the stage. Text adapted by Igor Stravinsky from Russian popular tales

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Gerald English, John Mitchinson - tenors; Peter Glossop - baritone; Joseph Rouleau - bass; John Leach - cimbalom. 1964.
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Artyom Melikhov, Alexandr Trofimov, Yaroslav Petryanik, Andrei Serov. 26.05.2016, Royal Festival Hall, London
Added by: weina , 01.10.2016 14:43           

Sung in English. George Shirley, Loren Driskoll - tenors, William Murphy - baritone, Donald Gramm - bass. Toni Coves - cimbalom. Columbia Chamber Ensemble. Recorded in New York 26.01.1962.
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