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Alexander Borodin - Works For Orchestra FLAC album


Performer: Alexander Borodin
Genre: Classical music
Title: Works For Orchestra
Country: USSR
Released: 1979
FLAC version ZIP size: 1317 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1103 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1157 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 393
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This list of compositions by Alexander Borodin is sorted by genre. At Classical Net. List of works at Karadar (in German). Vijvers, Willem (2007) "Alexander Borodin" pp 285–286 (Doctorate thesis, in Dutch). Alexander Borodin; Composer, Scientist, Educator. ISBN 978-90-812269-0-5. Oldani, Robert William. Borodin, Aleksandr Porfir′yevich. Music Online (subscription required; viewed 2008-05-23).

Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin (31 October 1833, St. Petersburg – 15 February 1887, St. Petersburg) was a Russian composer, scientist – chemist and medic. Alexander Borodin was a well-known music composer, doctor, chemist and philanthropist. He developed an interest towards chamber music while pursuing his chemical studies. He composed many symphonies, out of which Prince Igor is considered to be his best work.

Orchestra: Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Neeme Järvi. Composer: Alexander Borodin. Audio CD (January 19, 1993). This complete collection of Alexandr Borodin's Orchestral works performed by Goteborg Synfoniker conducted by Neeme Jarvi, including the well known Nocturna, arranged for orchestra.

See Your Download Queue. Instruments: Baritone & Orchestra. Label music requires a subscription to be played in full length. Chandos Rel. March 1, 1994.

The culture of composers living in St. Petersburg at the time was great, and his personal relationships with Mussorgsky, Liszt, Rimsky-Korsakov and Balakirev inspired his compositional pursuits.

Russian chemist and romantic composer, born St Petersburg, October 31, 1833, died February 17, 1887. Probably his best-known work is the opera "Prince Igor" which was unfinished at the time of his death; his other great legacy is the founding of the St Petersburg School Of Medicine For Women.

Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin (12 November 1833 – 27 February 1887) was a Russian Romantic composer and chemist of Georgian–Russian parentage. He was a member of the group of composers called The Five (or "The Mighty Handful"), who were dedicated to producing a specifically Russian kind of art music. He is best known for his symphonies, his two string quartets, and his opera Prince Igor. Music from Prince Igor and his string quartets was later adapted for the US musical Kismet. Borodin's top 10 list.

A. Borodin: Symphony No. 3; Works for Symphony Orchestra.

Tracklist

A1 In The Steppes of Central Asia 9:13
Symphony No. 2 in B Minor
A2 Allegro 9:07
A3 Scherzo 5:26
B1 Adante & Finale 16:48
B2 "Polovtsian March" from Prince Igor 5:32

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Мелодия – C 01377—8

Credits

  • Composed By – Alexander Borodin
  • Conductor – Evgeni Svetlanov
  • Orchestra – U.S.S.R. State Symphony Orchestra*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
С 01377—8 Alexander Borodin - USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Yevgeni Svetlanov* Alexander Borodin - USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Yevgeni Svetlanov* - Symphony No. 2 · In The Steppes Of Central Asia · Polovetsian Dance ‎(LP, Album) Мелодия С 01377—8 USSR 1966
Д 018605—6 Alexander Borodin Александр Бородин USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Евгений Светланов* Alexander Borodin Александр Бородин USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Евгений Светланов* - Symphony No. 2 · In The Steppes Of Central Asia · Polovetsian Dance ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Мелодия Д 018605—6 USSR 1966
C 01377-78 А. Бородин* - Государственный Академический Симфонический Оркестр СССР*, Евгений Светланов* А. Бородин* - Государственный Академический Симфонический Оркестр СССР*, Евгений Светланов* - "В Средней Азии" Музыкальная Картина, Симфония №2 Си Минор "Богатырская", Половецкий Марш Из Оперы "Князь Игорь" ‎(LP) Мелодия C 01377-78 USSR Unknown
C 01377—8 Alexander Borodin - USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Yevgeni Svetlanov* Alexander Borodin - USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Yevgeni Svetlanov* - Symphony No. 2 · In The Steppes Of Central Asia · Polovetsian Dance ‎(LP, Album, RP) Мелодия C 01377—8 USSR 1989
PMC-7165 Borodin* - Yevgeny Svetlanov*, U.S.S.R. Symphony Orchestra* Borodin* - Yevgeny Svetlanov*, U.S.S.R. Symphony Orchestra* - Symphony No. 2. Polovtsky March. In The Steppes Of Central Asia. ‎(LP, RE, RM) Melodiya / Quintessence, Quintessence PMC-7165 USA & Canada 1980