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Valeriy Polyansky (conductor)





Chamber Choir of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR. Recorded in 1986 in Smolensk.
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Restored original version of the text.Performers: choir and orchestra of the Academic Symphony Chapel. Live recording 2010.
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Symphonic Chapel of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
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Chairman - Andrey BATURKIN, Mary - Lyudmila KUZNETSOVA, Louise - Tatiana SHAROVA. Album 2004 (Chandos Records)
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Op. 40 No. 2. Chamber choir of the USSR Ministry of Culture, conductor - Valery Polyansky.
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Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 2004, Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Chandos Records)
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Egyptian Nights, Symphonic Suite. Russian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valeri Polyansky. Recording venue Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Russia; April 2002.
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State Academic Symphonic Chapel of Russia. Moderato - Tempo di Valse-(attacca)-Andante - Lento-(attacca)-Moderato pastorale (duration 30:40) live - 2009
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Chamber Choir of the USSR Ministry of Culture, conductor - Valery Polyansky.
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Russian State Symphony Capella. Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 1995, Moscow Conservatoire
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Russian State Symphony Capella. Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 1999, Moscow Conservatoire
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State Chamber Choir of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR. Recorded in 1988. Uspenskiy Cathedral in Smolensk.
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1. Behold the bridegroom 2. I see Thy bridal chamber. 3. In Thy kingdom. 4. O gladsome light. 5. Let my prayer be set forth. 6. Now the Powers of heaven. 7. At Thy mystical supper. 8. O Lord, this very day. 9. O Lord, in a single hair. 10. The Lord is God/Noble Joseph. 11. Weep not for me, O Mother. 12. As many of you/Arise, O God. 13. Let all mortal flesh. RUSSIAN STATE SYMPHONIC CAPPELLA. Released in 1994.
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State. chamber choir of the USSR Ministry of Culture, recording 1988 in the Assumption Cathedral in Smolensk.
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Russian State Symphonic Cappella, Russian State SO, cond. V. Polyansky. 1999, Moscow Conservatoire
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Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 2001, Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Chandos Records)
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Symphonic Chapel of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. 1996, Moscow Conservatory
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Tatiana Sharova (soprano), Andrei Baturkin (baritone), Russian State Symphonic Cappella, Russian State Symphony Orchestra.
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Tatiana Sharova - soprano, Andrei Baturkin - baritone, Russian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valeri Polyansky. Recording venue Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Russia; April 2002.
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Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 2004, Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Chandos Records)
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Russian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valeri Polyansky. Recording venue Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Russia; April 2002.
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Russian State Symphonic Cappella, Russian State Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valeri Polyansky. Recording venue Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Russia; April 2002.
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MARINA SHAGUCH (soprano), ALEXANDER KISSELEV (bass), RUSSIAN STATE SYMPHONIC CAPPELLA, Residentie Orchestra The Hague. Recorded in The Hague, The Netherlands, May 2001.
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Russian State Symphony Orchestra. 2001, Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Chandos Records)
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Alexander Musaelyan (violin), Vladimir Sokolov (clarinet), Valery Popov (bassoon), Lev Volodin (trumpet) Grigory Kherson (trombone), Rifat Komachkov (double bass), Valentin Snegirev (drums. Entry 1982
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Residentie Orchestra The Hague. Recorded in The Hague, The Netherlands, May 2001.
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Olga Lutsiv-Ternovskaya, soprano Lyudmila Kuznetsova, mezzo-soprano Abdul Mukmanov, tenor Dmitry Stepanovich, bass Moscow, 1997
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`Obelisk`, concert for organ and orchestraHerv? Desarbres (organ), State Academic Symphony Chapel of Russia, conductor - Valery Polyansky`Obé
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2009. 30`12`` memory A.(e)SCH. and Ed(e)S.D. State Academic Symphony Chapel of Russia, conductor - Valery Polyansky.
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Cherubic Song. The Liturgy of St. St. John Chrysostom. Op.41. No. 6.
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Justin Vickers (tenor), Tatiana Fedotova (soprano), Dmitry Bobrov (baritone), Maria Bellen Alaminos (mezzo-soprano) (Spain), Sergey Toptygin (bass-baritone), Mathieu Boiley (France). The State Academic Symphony Chapel of Russia, conducted by Valery Polyansky. Recording from a concert at the Moscow International House of Music, November 29, 2010.
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Soloists - Victoria Smolnikova, Tatiana Gerange, Evgeny Vorobyev, Nikolai Oskin, Danil Cherepukhin, Dmitry Fadeev.
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Recording from a concert in St. Sophia Cathedral in Polotsk in 1989. Soloists Viktor Radkevich (tenor), Anatoly Obraztsov (bass).
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1995 - Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory - Vsevolod Grivnov (Yegor/Tommie), Dmitry Fadeyev (Semyon/Manager), Oleg Dolgov (Architect), Andrei Barurkin (Mayofel), Tatiana Sharova (Old Woman), Anatoly Safiulin (Bass Solo/Voice from the Megaphone) - Russian State Symphonic Capella
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`A dreamy vision of a boy` from the opera `Sorochinskaya Fair` Tigran Martirosyan - bass, Viktor Obnosov - tenor
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Recording from the concert of 19.05.2004, BZK. The Nightingale is Irina Samoilova, The Fisherman is Oleg Dolgov, The Emperor is Ilya Kuzmin, The Chamberlain is Alexander Kiselyov, The Cook is Tatiana Sharova, The Bonze is Dmitry Ovchinnikov, Death is Larisa Kostyuk, The Ambassadors are Vladimir Sytnik, Dmitry Shendalev, Sergey Markin
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Tatiana SHAROVA (soprano); Ludmila KUZNETSOVA (mezzo-soprano); Andrei BATURKIN (baritone); Russian State Symphonic Cappella. Recorded at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, October 1998.
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