|1||Sye Zhenikh Gryadet||3:38|
|2||Chertog Tvoi Vizhdu Spasye||1:51|
|3||Vo Tsarstvii Tvoyem||6:50|
|5||Da Ispravitsya Molitva Moya||6:15|
|6||Nyenye Sily Nyebyesnayya||5:32|
|7||Vyecheri Tvoyeya Tainyya||4:56|
|10||Bog Gospodi - Blagoobraznyi Losif||3:20|
|11||Nue Rydai Mnenye, Mati||4:37|
|12||Yelitsy Vo Khrista - Vosyryesni, Bozhe||6:35|
|13||Da Molchi Fsyakaya Plot||6:55|
Premier Recording Strastnaya Sedmitsa - The Seven Days Of Passion. On CD: "Made in Austria" On Tray-Card: "Printed in Germany".
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Strastnaya Sedmista (The 7 Days of the Passion), Op. 58: Sye zhenikh gryadet (Behold the bridegroom). 58: Da ispravitsya molitva moya (Let my prayer be set forth). Polyansky was the acknowledged doyen of directors of this style of a capella choral singing; he is fluid and highly Romantic in his treatment of it, always ensuring that the text is audible despite the velvety sound and polychromatic textures. Unlike some chant-based music, this is very melodic and varied - and resplendent with light; only two of the thirteen pieces here are in a minor key so the cumulative effect is consolatory.
The Russian State Symphony Cappella, The USSR Ministry Of Culture Chamber Choir. Variations: Viewing All Valery Polyansky. Polyansky, V. Poliansky, V. Polyansky, Valéri Polianski, Valeri Polyansky, Valerij Polyanskij, Valery Poliansky, Valéry Polyansky, Waleri Poljanski, В. Полянский, Валерий Полянский, Валерюй Полянский. Alexander Gretchaninov, Valéry Polyansky, The Russian State Symphony Cappella - The Seven Days Of Passion (CD, Album).
Valery Polyansky conducts the Russian State Symphony Orchestra and Russian State Symphonic Capella with clear control and steady momentum throughout both pieces. He is very direct with the music, though he also stresses lyricism in a few occasions. 4 people found this helpful.
The solemn ecstasy in the music of the Russian Orthodox Church can trace its roots back to the earliest days of Christian worship, via the great Byzantine Empire of the Near East. That was true of the music's multi-cultural roots as monastic chant, and was maintained as it evolved into full choral harmony in the late Romantic period. I Have Chosen the Blissful by Alexander Gretchaninov" Bulgarian Radio and Television Mixed Choir 4:52 16. "Hymn of the Cherubim by Grigory Lvovski" Bulgarian Radio and Television Mixed Choir 5:00 17. "Final Bells" 0:40. Valery Polyansky, The Russian State Symphony Cappella. Rachmaninov/ Works ForChorus.
The State Symphony Capella of Russia comprises an orchestra and a choir, both based in Moscow, Russia. Its principal conductor is Valery Polyansky. It was formed in 1991 by merging the former USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra (Симфонического оркестра Министерства культуры СССР) with the USSR State Chamber Choir (Государственного Камерного хора СССР). It is sometimes known as the Russian State Symphony Orchestra. Valeri Polyansky (1992–present). Gennady Rozhdestvensky (1981–1992).
The State Symphony Capella of Russia (Государственная академическая симфоническая капелла России) comprises an orchestra and choir, both based in Moscow, Russia. 58:Nyenye sily nyebyesnayya. 29/img/track fallback. Alexander Glazunov & Valery Kuzmich Polyansky). Russian State Symphonic Cappella. The King of the Jews (excerpts) (feat.
Alexander Gretchaninov, Russian State Symphonic Cappella, Valery Polyansky.
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