Praise the Lord from the Heaven: Russian Sacred Compositions of XIX-XXth Century

Praise the Lord from the Heaven: Russian Sacred Compositions of XIX-XXth Century

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  • 1 Благослови, Душе Моя, Господа (Греч. Роспев)
  • 2 Блажен Муж ( А. Архангельский)
  • 3 Свете Тихий (Киевский Роспев)
  • 4 Ныне Отпущаеши
  • 5 Воскресение Христово Видевше
  • 6 Величит Душа Моя Господа (Знаменный Роспев)
  • 7 Великое Славословие
  • 8 Слава Единородный Сыне Псл 145
  • 9 Во Царствии Твоем
  • 10 Херувимская Песнь
  • 11 Отче Наш
  • 12 Хвалите Господа С Небес
  • 13 Да Исправится Молитва Моя
  • 14 Стихиры Пасхи
  • 15 Полихронион
    Yaichkov, D.
    1. Bless the Lord, O my soul

    Arkhangelsky, Alexander
    2. Blessed is the man

    Yaichkov, D.
    3. O Gladsome Light

    Arkhangelsky, Alexander
    4. Lord, now lettest Thou

    Chesnokov, Pavel
    5. Having beheld the Resurrection of Christ

    Yaichkov, D.
    6. My soul doth magnify the Lord

    Arkhangelsky, Alexander
    7. The Great Doxology

    Gretchaninoff, Alexandre
    8. Glory… The Only-Begotten Son

    Gretchaninoff, Alexandre
    9. In Thy Kingdom

    Gretchaninoff, Alexandre
    10. The Cherubic Hymn

    Chesnokov, Pavel
    11. Our Father

    Gretchaninoff, Alexandre
    12. Praise the Lord from the Heavens

    Chesnokov, Pavel
    13. Let my prayer be set forth

    Yaichkov, D.
    14. Paschal Stanzas

    Yaichkov, D.
    15. Polychronion

    Total time: 68:27

    The Choir of the Church of All Saints in Kulishki
    Conductor: Ludmila Arshavskaya

    Review
    An attractive, tunefully sung collection of settings from Vigil and Divine Liturgy by 4 Russian composers: Yaichkov, Archangelsky, Gretchaninoff, and Chesnokov. Some, like those by Archangelsky, are well-known; others, like those by Yaichkov, are recorded here virtually for the first time; also featured prominently are settings from Gretcahninoff’s rarely heard Liturgy No. 4, written in the late 1940s, after the composer had emigrated to the United States. The booklet in Russian and English, gives interesting details about the composers (e.g. Yaichkov’s biography) and the music.--V. M.
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