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RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: When the fields wave in yellow light. Angel. About it I secretly dream. Quietly the soul rose heavenward. Oh, if just for a moment. The west’s dainty, distant rosy color fades. The yellow fields fall quiet. Sleep, sad friend. The wave breaks. The sea doesn’t foam. The waves rise up. More beautiful than the song of the lark. It wasn’t the wind. Serenade. Whispering, timid breathing. Child, I come with the greeting. Jewish song. Switezianka. My wild child. Night of the south. Lean your cheek on my cheek. Out of my tears many flowers. The night. On Georgia’s hills. A fleeting bank of clouds. O don’t, you beauty, don’t sing. The flower. Beauty. Awakening. The nightingale (Review by Richard A. Kaplan)

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