Alexander Scriabine - Evgeny Svetlanov, The State Academic Symphony Orchestra - Symphonic Works album download
Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra regrets about the incident at the Tchaikovsky Competition. TV channel Kultura : "Pictures from the exhibition". TV channel Kultura : Music award "BraVo". The State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov", one of the country’s oldest symphonic ensembles, is the special pride of national musical culture. Details . Concert video. E. Svetlanov and Russian Chrorus Academy, 5 min.
Album · 2012 · 19 Songs. Prince Igor: Overture. The USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra & Evgeny Svetlanov. 19 Songs, 2 Hours 15 Minutes. Released: Jan 1, 2012. 2012 FSUI "Firma Melodia". More By USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra.
The State Academic Symphony Orchestra "Evgeny Svetlanov" is a Russian orchestra based in Moscow. Sometimes known in English as the Russian State Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra gives concerts in Moscow at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. The orchestra was founded in 1936 as the USSR State Symphony Orchestra, with Alexander Gauk as its first music director. The orchestra changed its name after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Suite in B Minor: II. Quasi Va. USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra & Evgeny Svetlanov. USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra & Evgeny Svetlanov songs/albums. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Op. 20. Aram Khachaturian, All-Union Radio and TV Grand Symphony Orchestra, USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Nikolai Petrov & David Oistrakh. Khachaturyan Conducts Khachaturyan, Vol. 1 (Live). USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra & Aram Khachaturian. USSR State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Rudolf Barshai, Kirill Kondrashin, Mstislav Rostropovich, Leonid Kogan & Alexander Korneyev. Artyomov: The Way to Olympus.
Orchestra – Russian Federation Academic Symphony Orchestra. 모. Total Playing Time: 70:42. This series comprises 17 discs, each volume of which is marked with a letter of the name NIKOLAI MYASKOVSKY, which is readable when all 17 discs are lined up with spines showing
|1-1||Op. 26, In E Major: Lento Symphony No. 1||7:59|
|1-2||Op. 26, In E Major: Allegro Dramatico Symphony No. 1||8:18|
|1-3||Op. 26, In E Major: Lento Symphony No. 1||9:41|
|1-4||Op. 26, In E Major: Vivace Symphony No. 1||3:22|
|1-5||Op. 26, In E Major: Allegro Symphony No. 1||7:00|
|1-6||Op. 26, In E Major: Andante Symphony No. 1||12:42|
|2-1||Op. 29, In C Minor: Andante Symphony No. 2||8:54|
|2-2||Op. 29, In C Minor: Allegro Symphony No. 2||9:27|
|2-3||Op. 29, in c minor: Andante Symphony No. 2||15:30|
|2-4||Op. 29, In C Minor: Tempestoso Symphony No. 2||5:40|
|2-5||Op. 29, In C Minor: Maestoso Symphony No. 2||8:25|
|3-1||Op. 43, In C Minor: Introduction. Lento Symphony No. 3||1:14|
|3-2||Op. 43, In C Minor: 1. Luttes. Allegro Symphony No. 3||22:47|
|3-3||Op. 43, In C Minor: 2. Voluptes. Lento Symphony No. 3||12:48|
|3-4||Op. 43, In C Minor: 3. Jeu Divin. Allegro Symphony No. 3||9:50|
|4-1||Op. 54 The Poem Of Ecstasy||20:09|
|4-2||Op. 60 Prometheus (The Poem Of Fire) For Piano, Choir And Orchestra||21:42|
|4-3||Op. 24, In E Minor Dream||5:17|
- Conductor – Evgeny Svetlanov*
- Piano – Sviatoslav Richter