TANEYEV: At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2"

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1 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": First Movement: I. ae: Zemlya trepeshchet (ae: 5:23 $1.49 Buy
2 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": First Movement: II. Izrail'! Ti mne stroish' khr 5:00 $1.49 Buy
3 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": First Movement: III. K chemu mne pyshnykh khramo 7:49 44.1/16 Album only
4 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Second Movement: IV. K chemu mne zlato? (I do no 3:51 $1.49 Buy
5 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Second Movement: V. K chemu kurenya? (I need no 11:06 44.1/16 Album only
6 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Second Movement: VI. K chemy ogni? (I do not nee 8:53 44.1/16 Album only
7 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Third Movement: VII. Interlude - Tvoy skuden dar 6:33 $1.49 Buy
8 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Third Movement: VIII. Aria:ae:Yest' dar bestsenn 10:34 44.1/16 Album only
9 At the Reading of a Psalm, Op. 36, "Cantata No. 2": Third Movement: IX. Mne nuzhno serdtse chishche 11:03 44.1/16 Album only

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Sergei Taneyev Ivanovich
• "At the Reading of a Psalm", Cantata No.2, Op.36
• St. Petersburg State Academic Capella Choir
• Boys Choir of the Glinka Choral College
• Vladimir Begletsov - chorus master
• Russian National Orchestra
• Mikhail Pletnev - conductor

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"Without question, this is one of the finest, most realistic choral/orchestral recordings to be heard, particularly the realistic, natural sound of the large chorus which, even at high volume, doesn't blast. This is a handsome production with complete text in Russian, English, German and French. Highly recommended!" - Robert Benson, Classicalcdreview.com