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James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

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Performer: Sergei Leiferkus

THE TCHAIKOVSKY EXPERIENCE: Arias and duets from (Review by Joel Kasow)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Symphonies... (Charles Dutoit) (Review by Richard A. Kaplan)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF; SHOSTAKOVICH; GLAZUNOV...: (Review by Richard A. Kaplan)

baritone 

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Fidelio, op. 72 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Fidelio, op. 72 (Review by James H. North)

Don Pizarro 

FLEISCHMANN, BENJAMIN: Rothschild's Violin (completed and orch. by Shostakovich) (Review by Royal S. Brown)

bass 

FLEISCHMANN, BENJAMIN: Rothschild's Violin (completed and orch. by Shostakovich) (Review by Royal S. Brown)

LakovMatveievich Ivanov 

GLINKA: A Farewell to St. Petersburg. Songs (Review by James Miller)

baritone 

GLINKA: Do not tempt me needlessly. The fire of longing burns in my heart. I remember the wonderful moment. Doubt. Mary. How sweet it is to be with you. Say not that the heart grieves (Review by James Miller)

baritone 

JANÁČEK, LEOŠ: The Cunning Little Vixen (Review by Henry Fogel)

Forester 

MAHLER, GUSTAV: Das Klagende Lied (Review by Christopher Abbot)

baritone 

MAHLER, GUSTAV: Das Klagende Lied (Review by Andrew Quint)

baritone 

MAHLER, GUSTAV: Das klagende Lied (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

baritone 

MAHLER, GUSTAV: Symphony No. 8 in E♭ (“Symphony of a Thousand“) (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY-RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Khovanshchina (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY-SHOSTAKOVICH: Songs and Dances of Death (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: (orch. Shostakovich) Songs and Dances of Death (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

bass 

MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (Review by William H. Youngren)

Rangoni 

MUSSORGSKY: Cruel Death (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Kalistratushka. Otverzhennaya (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Kalistratushka. Otverzhennaya (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs and Dances of Death. The Nursery. Rayok. Zabïtïy. Seminarist. Sveti Savishna. Svetskaya skazochka (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs and Dances of Death. The Nursery. Rayok. Zabïtïy. Seminarist. Sveti Savishna. Svetskaya skazochka (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs and Dances of Death. The Nursery. The Puppet-Shop. Forgotten. The Seminarist. Darling Savishna. The He-Goat. Mephistopheles' Song of the Flea (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs, Vol. 3 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs, Vol. 4. Piano Works (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs, Volume Two (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Songs (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Vesyolïy chas. List’ya shumeli unïlo. Mnogo yest’ u menya teremov i sadov. Moltiva. Otchego, skazhi. Chto vam slova lyubvi? Duyut vetrï, vetrï buynïye. No yesli bï s toboyu ya vstretit’sya mogla. Malyutka (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Vesyolïy chas. List’ya shumeli unïlo. Mnogo yest’ u menya teremov i sadov. Moltiva. Otchego, skazhi. Chto vam slova lyubvi? Duyut vetrï, vetrï buynïye. No yesli bï s toboyu ya vstretit’sya mogla. Malyutka (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

MUSSORGSKY: Where Are You, Little Star? The Hour of Jollity. Sadly Rustled the Leaves. I Have Many Palaces and Gardens. Prayer. Tell Me Why. What Are the Words of Love to You? The Wild Winds Blow. But If I Could Meet You Again. Dear One, Why Are Your Eyes Sometimes So Cold? Song of the Old Man. King Saul. Night. Calistratus. The Outcast. Lullaby. Balearic Song (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

PROKOFIEV, SERGEI: Ivan the Terrible, op. 116 (Michael Lankester version). Alexander Nevsky, op. 78 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

baritone 

PROKOFIEV, SERGEI: The Fiery Angel (Review by Daniel Morrison)

Ruprecht 

PROKOFIEV, SERGEI: The Fiery Angel, op. 37 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

baritone 

PROKOFIEV, SERGEI: The Fiery Angel, op. 37 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

Ruprecht 

RACHMANINOFF: Aleko. The Miserly Knight. Francesca da Rimini (Review by James H. North)

The Baron 

RACHMANINOFF: At the Gates of The Holy Cloister. Nothing Shall I Say to You. Again You Are Bestirred, My Heart April! A Festive Day in The Spring. Dusk was Falling. Song of The Disenchanted The Flower Died. Do You Remember The Evening? Six Songs, op. 4 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: At the gates of the holy cloister. Nothing shall I say to you. Song of the disenchanted. Do you remember the evening? Were you hiccoughing, Natasha? O, no, I beg you, do not leave! Morning. In the silence of the secret night. Sing not, O lovely one. My child, your beauty is that of a flower. Thoughts, reflections. I was with her. You are so loved by all. She is as beautiful as midday. Spring torrents. It is time. Fate. By a fresh grave. Lilacs. Before the icon. I am no prophet. All was taken from me. We shall rest. Christ is risen. Yesterday we met. All passes. Letter to K. S. Stanislavsky. In the soul of each of us. The raising of Lazarus. You knew him. The herald. From the Gospel of John (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Complete Songs, Volume 2 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Complete Songs, Volume 3 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Complete Songs, Volume One (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Letter to K. S. Stanislavsky. Fourteen Songs, op. 34 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: Songs (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: The Bells (Review by Daniel Morrison)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: The Bells (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

bass 

RACHMANINOFF: The Bells, op. 35. Spring, op. 20. Three Russian Songs, op. 41 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

RACHMANINOFF: The Miserly Knight (Review by Andrew Quint)

The Baron 

RACHMANINOFF: Were You Hiccoughing, Natasha? Night. Twelve Songs, op. 21 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: 6 and 14 (Review by Huntley Dent)

baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: 6 and 14 (Review by James H. North)

baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: From Jewish Folk-Poetry, op. 79a (Review by Royal S. Brown)

bass 

SHOSTAKOVICH: From Jewish Folk-Poetry, op. 79a (Review by Royal S. Brown)

LakovMatveievich Ivanov 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Preface to the Complete Edition of My Works (orch. Desyatnikov) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

bass baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Quintet in G Minor for Piano and Strings, op. 57 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

reciter 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Satires (orch. Tishchenko) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

bass baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Songs from the Journal “Krokodil” (orch. Tishchenko) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

bass baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphonies (Review by Paul Ingram)

baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 13 in Bb Minor, op. 113 (“Babi Yar“) (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

bass 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 13 (Review by Richard Burke)

baritone 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 14, op. 135 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

bass 

SHOSTAKOVICH: Verses of Captain Lebyadkin (orch. Tishchenko) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

bass baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Cherevichki (Review by Barry Brenesal)

His Highness 

TCHAIKOVSKY: I bless you, forests, op. 47, no. 5. It was in the early spring, op. 38, no. 2. Death, op. 57, no. 5. No, only he who has known, op. 6, no. 6. Reconciliation, op. 25, no. 1. Sleep, poor friend, op. 47, no. 4. Dusk fell on the earth, op. 47, no. 3. The love of a dead man, op. 38, no. 5. My genius, my angel, my friend. Why? op. 6, no. 5. A tear trembles, op. 6, no. 4. Frenzied nights, op. 60, no. 6. Not a word, O my friend, op. 6, no. 2.1 should like in a single word. Do not believe it, my friend, op. 6, no. 1. On the golden cornfields, op. 57, no. 2. No response, no word, or greeting, op. 28, no. 5. Amid the din of the ball, op. 38, no. 3. Don Juan's serenade, op. 38, no. 1 (Review by Donald Seibert)

baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (Review by Donald Seibert)

baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (Review by Donald Seibert)

Mazeppa 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Overture 1812 (Review by Richard Burke)

baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Pique Dame (Review by James Camner)

Tomsky 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Pique Dame (Review by Huntley Dent)

Tomsky 

TCHAIKOVSKY: The Complete Songs, Volume 1 (Review by Donald Seibert)

baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: The Queen of Spades (Pique Dame) (Review by Donald Seibert)

baritone 

TCHAIKOVSKY: The Queen of Spades (Pique Dame) (Review by Donald Seibert)

Tomsky 

USTVOLSKAYA: Octet. Composition No. 3 (Benedictus qui venit). Symphony No. 5 (Amen) (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

reciter 

VERDI: Otello (Review by James Miller)

baritone 

VERDI: Otello (Review by James Miller)

Iago 

VERDI: Otello (Review by James A. Altena)

Iago 

WAGNER: Lohengrin (Review by William H. Youngren)

Telramund 

WAGNER: Lohengrin (Review by William H. Youngren)

Telramund 

YEVTUSHENKO: Babi Yar. The Loss (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

bass 

 

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