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Rachmaninov : Vespers O. 7 - IX Histoire de la Résurrection, XIV Ressuscité du tombeau, IV Lumière joyeuse and 15 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Rachmaninov : Vespers O. 7. From: Mstislav Rostropovitch. Count: 15. Views: 3. 7 tracks. IX Histoire de la Résurrection. XIV Ressuscité du tombeau.

Sergey Vasilyevich Rachmaninov Composer. Vespers, for alto, tenor, and chorus, O. 7 Work. Krzysztof Drugow Bass, Rafal Bartminski Tenor, Violetta Bielecka Conductor, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir Choir, Agnieszka Rehlis Mezzo-Soprano, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 1. Come, Let us Worship (Venite adoremus). Moscow Kremlin Choir. Rachmaninov: All-night Vigil, 'Vespers'. Moscow Academy of Choral Art. Naxos featured album.

Request an album send to friend. Rachmaninov Vespers Op. 37 (2003). Quality: 192 Kbits/sec. 14. Thanksgiving To The Mother Of God (Greek Chant). 15. Variations On A Theme Of Corelli Opus 42. P. Kushnir.

15 movements: Приидите, поклонимся (Priidite, poklonimsya), O Come, Let Us Worship (Venite adoremus). Благослови, душе моя (Blagoslovi, dushe moya) Praise the Lord, O my soul (Benedic anima mea). Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, O. 1 (1910). The Bells, O. 5 (1913). Vespers, O. 7 (1915). 3 Russian Songs, O. 1 (1926). Sometimes called Vespers, but inaccurately, as with Tchaikovsky's work. php?title All-Night Vigil, Op. 37 (Rachmaninoff, Sergei)&oldid 2889216.

Rachmaninov : Vespers (Elatus), an album by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Mstislav Rostropovitch & Choral Arts Society of Washington, Mstislav Rostropovich on this site. 7 : I Venez, adorons, prosternons-nous. 2. 7 : II Mon âme bénis le Seigneur. 3. 7 : III Bienheureux est l'Homme. 4. 7 : IV Lumière joyeuse. 5. 7 : V Cantique de Siméon. 6. 7 : VI Ave Maria. 7 : VII Exapsalme. 8. 7 : VIII Laudate Dominum. 9. 7 : IX Histoire de la Résurrection

The title of the work is often mis-translated as simply Vespers. This is both literally and conceptually incorrect as applied to the entire work: only the first six of its fifteen movements set texts from the Russian Orthodox canonical hour of Vespers. The Vigil includes three styles of chant: znamenny (in numbers 8, 9, 12, 13 and 14), a more recitational "Greek" style (numbers 2 and 15), and "Kiev" chant - a chant developed in Kiev in the 16th and 17th centuries (numbers 4 and 5). Before writing, Rachmaninoff had studied ancient chant under Stepan Smolensky, to whom he dedicated.

Mother Of God, Thou Victorious Warrior-Chieftain, Choir (The Greek Chant). Canticles Of Vespers, Op. 37 ‎(CD, Album, RE). Academia Rossica.