Lajos Miller, Orchestr. rokofiev: War and Peace.
A Life for the Tsar (Ivan Susanin; Zhizn' za tsarya), opera, G. xii: Valse. 8. A Life for the Tsar (Ivan Susanin; Zhizn' za tsarya), opera, G. xii: Krakowiak. 9. xii: Mazurka. 10. Kamarinskaya (Russian scherzo), fantasy for orchestra, G. ii105. 1, 2: Ruslan and Lyudmila, Act III, No. 15: Dances in Naina's Castle, Act IV, No. 20: Eastern Dances in the Black Sea Castle - performance by Mark Ermler conducting the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, recorded in 1994. 3, 4: Dance for Violin and Orchestra and Dance for Oboe and Cello with Orchestra
Russian conductor, born May 5, 1932, in Leningrad, died April 14, 2002, in Seoul, Korea, famous for his work with the Bolshoi.
Opera in 4 Acts with a Prologue. Text by S. Gorodetsky. At the bottom of the page, you can download free sheet music as gif images. ROLES : Ivan Susanin, a peasant from the village of Domnino – Bass Antonida, his daughter – Soprano Vanya, an orphan, Susanin’s adopted son – Contralto Bogdan Sobinin, Antonida’s fiancé – Tenor Sigismund, king of Poland – Bass Polish Messenger – Tenor Russian soldier – Bass. Sheet music: A life for the tsar (ivan susanin).
SINGER: Yevgeni Nesterenko. ORCHESTRA: Bol'shoi Simfonicheskiy Orkestr. CONDUCTOR: Mark Ermler. More from this artist.
Ivan Susanin (Russian: Ива́н Суса́нин, IPA: ; died 1613) was a Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century's Time of Troubles. In 1619, a certain Bogdan Sobinin from Domnino village near Kostroma received from Tsar Mikhail one half of Derevischi village. According to the extant royal charter, these lands were granted him in reward for his father-in-law's refusal to reveal to the Poles the location of the tsar's family. The latter's name was given as Ivan Susanin.
Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. Vassily Nebolsin, Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, Mark Reizen, Georgy Nelepp & Elizaveta Shumskaya. 2. A Life for the Tsar: Act I, Antonida's Cavatina and Rondo. 3. A Life for the Tsar: Act I, Scene and Chorus.
A Life for the Tsar, Act IV: "Ustali my, prodrogli my, net sil idti!" (Choir, Susanin). Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra.