Choir – Russian Orthodox Cathedral Choir Of Paris, The. Conductor – Piotr V. Spassky. Liner Notes – Beatrice Stillman, Nicholas Spassky. Recording Supervisor – Michael Stillman. Soloist – Protodeacon Mikhail Storogenko. Original recording by Monitor Records Inc. New York. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout): 3189-A-1B. Requiem Orthodoxe Russe - Hymnes A La Sainte Vierge (LP, Album). La Voix De Son Maître. The Russian Orthodox Cathedral Choir Of Paris. The Russian Orthodox Requiem & Hymns To The Virgin (LP).
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Russian Orthodox Cathedral Cho Spassky Choir of Paris Format: Audio Cassette. The Russian Orthodox Requiem and Hymns to the Virgin. The hymns to the Virgin are some of the most beautiful chosen, Bortnyansky, Lvov,Archangelsky and traditional settings which are from the classical period of Russian art but they are not operatic in any sense and thevsoubd is spiritually moving and powerful. One complaint is the limitation of the notes but in this respect one is spoilt by our current abundance while they are from the late sixties when such recordings were gold dust.
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Spassky Choir of Paris. The Russian Orthodox Requiem & Hymns to the Virgin. Spassky Choir of Paris.
Diligently Unto the Mother of God. 7. The Doors of Mercy. 8. We Have No Other Help.
Album · 1993 · 10 Songs. The Archangel's Voice. 4. Rejoice O Bride (Praise to the Mother of God). 5. Assumption Matinsong. 6. Diligently Unto the Mother of God.
Russian Sacred Choral Masterpieces. In the 17th century, Western influences changed the harmonic and rhythmic framework of traditional Russian melodies. Russia's first professional composer of sacred music, Dmitry Bortniansky (1751–1825), saved Russian music from being swept away before the Western wave, as the liner notes state. Later composers, such as Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, followed Bortniansky’s methods, establishing liturgical music as a viable art form. The album showcases the Orthodox Cathedral Choir of Paris, a famous choir that has preserved the Russian liturgical tradition. The collection includes works from the Great Vespers and Divine Liturgy. The Russian Orthodox Cathedral.
John Of Damascus, Piotr Vassilievich Spassky, Russian Orthodox Cathedral Choir of Paris.