Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Odense Symphony Orchestra, Edward Serov. 2. Tsar Dodon on the Battlefield. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. 3. Tsar Dodon with Queen Chimaka. 4. Marriage Feast and lamentable End of Tsar Dodon. The Maid of Pskov (Pskovityanka) (standard version), opera in 3 acts with a prologue. Pan Voyevoda, suite for orchestra, Op. 59. 9.
The Golden Cockerel Suite: II. The Golden Cockerel Suite: III. The Golden Cockerel Suite: IV. 5. Maid from Pskov Suite: I. Ouverture. 6. Maid from Pskov Suite: II. 1st Intermezzo. 7. Maid from Pskov Suite: III. 2nd Intermezzo. 8. Maid from Pskov Suite: IV. The Tsar Hunting In the Wood, Tempest. Pan Vojevoda Suite: I. Introduction. 10. Pan Vojevoda Suite: II. Krakowiak.
Album · 1996 · 13 Songs. By Николай Римский-Корсаков.
For the concert suite from this work, see The Golden Cockerel (suite). prologue, 3 acts, epilogue. For Orchestra (Composer). See: The Golden Cockerel (suite). Hymn to the Sun. For Violin and Piano (Kreisler). Золотой петушок ; Le coq d'or. Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Pan Voyevoda (1902-03). The Invisible City of Kitezh (1903-04). Heaven and Earth (1905, unfinished). The Golden Cockerel (1906-07). php?title The Golden Cockerel (opera) (Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay)&oldid 2699866.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Edward Serov, Odense Symphony Orchestra – Opera Suites Volume 2. Label: Kontrapunkt – 32247.
Pan Voyevoda, suite for orchestra, Op. 59: Nocturne Claire de Lune. 12. 59: Mazurka. 13. 59: Polonaise. The other two suites,"Maid from Pskov" and "Pan Voyevoda," are less well-known, for good reason. The music in neither has the same intrinsic interest as that in "The Golden Cockerel. Neither will make a contribution to any list of Rimsky's greatest hits. Perhaps the greatest interest attaches to the last two selections from "Pan Voyevoda": two Polish dances, a Mazurka and a Polonaise, both in 3/4 time. Both sound like Viennese waltzes, something that we do not normally expect to hear from Rimsky
1 Works for symphony orchestra. Opera excerpts for orchestral concerts. Solo instrumental music with orchestra or band. Romances, other art songs and duets. Music to Mei's drama The Maid of Pskov, suite of five numbers, 1877 (adapted from the opera as incidental music). Fairytale, Op. 29, 1879–1880. Pan Voyevoda Suite Op. The Golden Cockerel. Introduction and Cortège de Noces (Wedding March). Suite (prepared by Glazunov and M. Steinberg). The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevroniya, suite (prepared by Glazunov and M.
Rimsky-Korsakov: The Golden Cockerel Suite - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, St. Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra, Victor Fedotov, Saint Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.
The Suite from the Golden Cockerel is substantial (30 minutes of music), that from the Snow Maiden much less so (10 minutes). However, the energy and idiomatic pacing of all the performances are engaging, even when the playing is not as refined as it might be. The real rarities are the brief extracts from the little known Pan Voyevoda, Rimsky's attempt at a Polish nationalist opera, and the orchestral folk-song arrangement Dubinushka.