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Mariusz Kwiecien (baritone)
Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz
[His signature roles] suggest a certain dashing Italianate quality that's refelcted in his voice: lighter, less rich and chocolatey than some Slavic rivals, for example Dmitri Hvorostovsky. But... — More…
Dušan Popović (Igor Svyatoslavich), Valerija Heybal (Yaroslavna), Noni Žunec (Vladimir Igorevich), Žarko Cvejić (Vladimir Galitsky/Konchak), Melanija Bugarinović (Konchakovna), Dragutin Petrović (Ovlur), Dragomir Ninković (Skula), Nikola Jančić (Yeroshka), Biserka Cvejić (Yaroslavna’s Nurse/Polovtsian...
From 1899 to the end of the 78 era: 1899-1952
Jacques Abram (piano)
Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, Leopold Stokowski
London Symphony Orchestra & Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati
An absolutely irrepressible version of the little Russian, this hugely stimulating partnership was captured at the very peak of its artistic prowess in this recording, and it still sounds astonishingly... — More…
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone)
Philharmonia of Russia, Spiritual Revival Choir of Russia, Constantine Orbelian
... most British listeners will still remember Dmitri Hvorostovsky beating Bryn Terfel as Cardiff Singer of the World. In the Russian repertoire he's naturally at home... But the real revelation... — More…