PROKOFIEV / KHACHATURIAN / SHOSTAKOVICH: Russian Ballet Suites

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1 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: I. Folk Dance 3:12 $2.49 Buy
2 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: II. Tableau 1:00 $2.49 Buy
3 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: III. Madrigal 2:23 $2.49 Buy
4 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: IV. Minuet 2:07 $2.49 Buy
5 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: V. Masks 1:27 $2.49 Buy
6 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: VI. Romeo and Juliet 5:00 $2.49 Buy
7 Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 1, Op. 64bis: VII. Death of Tybalt 3:54 $2.49 Buy
8 Spartacus (excerpts): I. Scene of Crassus and Aegina 2:25 $2.49 Buy
9 Spartacus (excerpts): II. The Dance of the Pirates 1:12 $2.49 Buy
10 Spartacus (excerpts): III. Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia 6:17 $2.49 Buy
11 Spartacus (excerpts): IV. Variation of Aegina and Bacchanalia 2:48 $2.49 Buy
12 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": I. Introduction 4:14 $2.49 Buy
13 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": II. Polka 1:50 $2.49 Buy
14 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": III. Variation 2:00 $2.49 Buy
15 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": IV. Tango 3:36 $2.49 Buy
16 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": V. Intermezzo 2:26 $2.49 Buy
17 The Bolt, Op. 27a, "Ballet Suite No. 5": VI. Finale 1:55 $2.49 Buy

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Sergei Prokofiev
• Romeo and Juliet, Ballet Suite, Op.64a, No.1

Aram Khachaturian
• Suite from "Spartacus" (1954)
• Suite from "Spartacus" (1954)
• Dmitri Shostakovich
• The Bolt, Suite from the Ballet, Op.27a

Russian National Orchestra
• Alexander Vedernikov - conductor

Reviews
"Recently the Russian National Orchestra with Mikhail Pletnev has moved from DG to PentaTone. The orchestra can now be heard with other conductors as well The orchestra still plays under Alexander Vedernikov with the same precision but freed from the clinical perfection under Pletnev." - Luister(July/August 2004