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CD Masters

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Presented by Rob Cowan.
Musorgsky Boris Godunov: Entry of Boris (Prologue, Scene 1);
Varlaam's Drinking Song (Act 1 Scene 2); Clock Scene (Act 2)
Boris Christoff (bass),
French National Radio Orchestra, conductor Issay Dobrowen
10.22 Bridge String Sextet Raphael Ensemble
10.50 Purcell Incidental Music: The Married Beau (excerpts) Hartford Chamber Orchestra, conductor Fritz Mahler
11.00 Brahms In Stiller Nacht
RIAS Chamber Choir, conductor Marcus Creed
11.03 Musorgsky Boris Godunov, Act 4 Scene 2 (excerpt) Boris Christoff (bass), Sofia National Opera Chorus,
Conservatoire Concerts Society Orchestra, conductor André Cluytens
11.25 Schubert Notturno (Adagio)
Jan Pospichal (violin), Wilfried Rehm (cello), Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)
11.35 Bridge Divertimenti Phoenix Wind Ensemble
11.52 Musorgsky Where Are You, Little Star? Boris Christoff (bass),
Alexandre Labinsky (piano)

Contributors

Presented By: Rob Cowan.
Bass: Boris Christoff
Conductor: Issay Dobrowen
Conductor: Fritz Mahler
Conductor: Marcus Creed
Bass: Boris Christoff
Conductor: André Cluytens
Violin: Jan Pospichal
Violin: Wilfried Rehm
Piano: Wolfgang Sawallisch
Bass: Boris Christoff
Piano: Alexandre Labinsky






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