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Prince Vladimir Odoevsky, Yury Semenov - Органная музыка князя Владимира Федоровича Одоевского = Organ Music by Prince Vladimir Odoevsky FLAC album


Performer: Prince Vladimir Odoevsky
Genre: Classical music
Title: Органная музыка князя Владимира Федоровича Одоевского = Organ Music by Prince Vladimir Odoevsky
Released: 2007
Style: Romantic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1168 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1232 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1982 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Prince Vladimir Fyodorovich Odoyevsky (Russian: Владимир Фёдорович Одоевский, IPA: ; 11 August 1803 – 11 March 1869) was a prominent Russian philosopher, writer, music critic, philanthropist and pedagogue.

Городок в табакерке audiobook written by Vladimir Odoevsky. Narrated by Valentina Sperantova and Nikolay Litvinov. No monthly commitment. Listen online or offline with Android, iOS, web, Chromecast and Google Assistant. Детский спектакль ""Городок в табакерке"" по одноименной сказке русского писателя Владимира Федоровича Одоевского. Герой этой сказки - маленький мальчик Миша. Это самый обыкновенный мальчик и, как все обыкновенные мальчишки, Миша очень любит игрушки.

Igor Svyatoslavich, Prince of Novgorod-Seversky (baritone) Yaroslavna, Igor's wife by his second marriage (soprano) Vladimir Igorevich, Igor's son from his first marriage (tenor) Galitsky (Vladimir Yaroslavich), Prince of Galich, brother of Princess Yaroslavna (high bass) Konchak, Polovtsian khan (bass) Konchakovna, daughter of Khan Konchak (contralto) Ovlur, a Christian Polovtsian (tenor) Skula, a gudok-player (bass) Yeroshka, a.

Prince Vladimir Fyodorovich Odoyevsky (Russian: Владимир Фёдорович Одоевский; 13 August 1803 – 11 March 1869) was a prominent Russian philosopher, writer, music critic, philanthropist and pedagogue. The last of his family, Prince Odoevsky was genealogically the most senior member of the House of Rurik. Considered by his contemporaries as a typical Muscovite, he was educated at the Nobility School of the Moscow University in 1816-22. In the mid-1820s, Odoyevsky presided over the Lyubomudry Society, where he and his fellow students met to discuss the ideas of Friedrich Schelling and other German philosophers.

Tracklist

1 Andante Grazioso (In Memory Of J. Haydn) In E Flat Major 4:38
Prelude And Fughetta In E Major, In A Minor
2 - 2:44
3 - 2:48
4 Andante In G Major 7:01
5 Wordless Prayer 3:48
Etude In C Major
6 Animato Assai 6:05
7 Sarabande 3:54
8 Tempo Giusto 4:17
9 Adagio In D Minor 3:01
10 Sarabande For Four Hands In A Flat Major 11:20

Credits

  • Design [computer design] – Олег Гаевский
  • Editor – Маргарита Есипова
  • Executive Producer – Роберт Цатуров
  • Music Consultant [music editor] – Нина Милешина
  • Organ – Lilya Kouznetsova* (tracks: 10), Yury Semenov* (tracks: 1-10)
  • Photography – Сергей Гаевский
  • Recorded By, Edited By – Александр Косов
  • Sound Designer – Борис Тихомиров

Notes

This record focuses on the little known genre of Russian 19th-century organ salon music. It features hitherto unknown organ compositions by Prince Vladimir Odoevsky, taken from the archives of the Glinka Museum of Musical Culture, being played on one of the museum's unique exhibits, the Friederick Ladegast organ made in 1886.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 607119 900380