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CD Masters


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With Rob Cowan.
Kodaly Suite: HaryJanos Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Eduard van Beinum
10.23 Tchaikovsky On This Moonlit Night,
Op 73 No 3 Ivan Kozlovsky (tenor), unnamed pianist Serenade, Op 63 No 6 Sergei Lemeshev (tenor), unnamed pianist Frenzied Nights,
Op 60 No 6; A Dreadful Minute, Op 28 No 6 Pavel Lisitsian (baritone), Alexander Yerokhin/Naum
Walter (piano) Autumn, Op 54 No 14 Mark Reizen (bass), Abram Makarov (piano) The Mild Stars Shone for Us, Op 60 No 12 Georgy Vinogradov (tenor), Georgy Orentlikher (piano)
10.47 Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 in A, K488 Rudolph Serkin , Columbia Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander Schneider
11.16 Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin , Act 2
Panteleimon Nortsov (baritone), Elena Kruglikova (soprano), Ivan Koziovsky (tenor), Bolshoi Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, conductors Alexander Melik-Pashayev and Alexander Orlov


Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Conductor: Eduard van Beinum
Tenor: Ivan Kozlovsky
Tenor: Sergei Lemeshev
Baritone: Pavel Lisitsian
Unknown: Rudolph Serkin
Conductor: Alexander Schneider
Unknown: Eugene Onegin
Baritone: Elena Kruglikova
Soprano: Ivan Koziovsky
Conductors: Alexander Melik-Pashayev
Conductors: Alexander Orlov

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