Complete songs [electronic resource]
- Uniform Title
- Iz evreĭskoĭ narodnoĭ poėzii
- Russian. Sung in Russian.
- Hollywood, CA : Delos, 2002-2005.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (1 sound file).
- 1. 1950-1956. Two romances to lyrics by M. Lermontov : op.
- 84 (1950). A morning in the Caucasus ; Ballad (9:00)
- Four songs to lyrics by E. Dolmatovsky : op.
- 86 (1951). The motherland hears ; Rescue me ; Loves--or loves not ; Lullaby (10:00)
- Four monologues to words by A. Pushkin : op.
- 91 (1952). A fragment ; What's in my name to you? ; In the depth of Siberian mines ; Parting (14:00)
- Greek songs : 1952-1953. Forward! ; Penthosalis ; Zolongo (folk song) ; The hymn of Ellas (9:00)
- Five songs to lyrics by E. Dolmatovsky : op.
- 98 (1954). The day of meeting ; The day of declaration ; The day of grievances ; The day of joy ; The day of memories (13:00)
- Spanish songs : op.
- 100 (1956). Farewell to Granada ; Little stars ; The first time I met you ; Ronda ; Black-eyed girl ; Dream (17:00)
- 2. The last years, 1965-1974. Foreword to my complete works and a brief contemplation with respect to this foreword : op.
- 123 (1966) (2:52)
- Five romances on words from Krokodil magazine : op.
- 121 (1965) (10:00)
- Seven poems by A. Blok : a vocal and instrumental suite for soprano, violin, cello, and piano, op.
- 127 (1967) (26:00)
- Six poems by Marina Tsvetayeva : a suite for contralto and piano, op.
- 143 (1973) (20:00)
- Four poems of Captain Lebyadkin : op.
- 146 (1974) (13:00)
- 4. 1932-1968. The counter-plan song (from the motion picture "The counter-plan")
- Tender girl song (from the motion picture "The first train")
- The dawn is rising (from the motion picture "Meeting at the Elbe")
- The song of peace (from the motion picture "The fall of Berlin")
- Two songs. Lullaby ; The little lantern song
- We had kisses
- Spring, spring ...
- Satires to words by Sasha Chorny, op.
- 109: To a critic ; The awakening of spring ; Descendants ; Confusion ; Kreutzer sonata
- Anti-formalistic raree show.
- 5. Famous vocal cycles, 1948-1974. From Jewish folk poetry (1948) : a vocal cycle, op.
- 79 (25:01)
- Suite to words by Michelangelo Buonarroti, op.
- 145 (1974) (38:08)
- Included Work
- Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, 1906-1975. Suites, bass, piano, op. 145.
- Publication date
- Description based on CD 1-2 and 4-5.
- CD 1: Victoria Evtodieva, soprano (2nd work) ; Natalia Biryukova, mezzo-soprano (1st work) ; Mikhail Lukonin, baritone (4th and 6th works) ; Fyodor Kuznetsov, bass (3rd and 5th works) ; Yuri Serov, piano. CD 2: Victoria Evtodieva, soprano (3rd work) ; Lyubov Sokolova, mezzo-soprano (4th work) ; Fyodor Kuznetsov, bass (1st-2nd and 5th works) ; Yuri Serov, piano ; Lidia Kovalenko, violin (3rd work) ; Irina Molokina, violoncello (3rd work). CD 4: Victoria Evtodieva, soprano ; Liudmila Shkirtil, mezzo-soprano ; Mikhail Lukonin, baritone ; Fyodor Kuznetsov, bass ; Yuri Serov, piano ; St. Petersburg Youth Chamber Choir ; Yulia Khutoretskaya, artistic director & conductor. CD 5: Svetlana Sumatchova, soprano ; Marianna Tarassova, mezzo-soprano ; Konstantin Pluzhnikov, tenor ; Fyodor Kuznetsov, bass ; Yuri Serov, piano.
- Recorded in St. Petersburg, May 2001 (CD 1) ; Apr. 2 and May 4, 1998 (2nd-3rd works), Apr. 15, 2000 (4th work), and June 18, 2001 (1st and 5th works), St. Catherine Lutheran Church, St. Petersburg (CD 2) ; Mar. 19-20, 1995 (1st work), and Feb. 26-27, 2003 (2nd work), St. Catherine Lutheran Church, St. Petersburg (CD 5)
- Publisher Number
- DE3304 Delos