be the name of the Lord �� . 3 RUSSIAN SACRED CONCERTO AND SACRED VERSE OF THE 17th �� 18th .
be the name of the Lord �� . 3 RUSSIAN SACRED CONCERTO AND SACRED VERSE OF THE 17th �� 18th CENTURIES. Unknown authors 18 Apostles - . 7 19 When the thief beheld the author of life hanging upon the Cross �� . 2 20 I weep and wail �� . 8 21 When the Jews had sealed down the stone �� . 1. N. Diletsky (c. 1630 c. 1680) 22 Cherubic Hymn �� . 4 23 Glory to the Father and the Son �� . 5.
Kontakion (8:37) - Hymn for the exaltation of the cross (2:27) - Hymn to St. Euphrosyne (2:33) - Hymns (2:26) - Christos anesti (1:16) - Christmas ode (1:06) - We venerate thy cross (1:03) - Archpastoral megalynarion (4:06) - O full of grace, Thou (2:43) - Praise the lord (1:29) - Attend, o Heaven (1:04) - Sticheron for the presentation of the Blessed.
The 19th century saw the rise of highly acclaimed Russian classical music .
The 19th century saw the rise of highly acclaimed Russian classical music, and in the 20th century major contributions by various composers such as Igor Stravinsky as well as Soviet composers, while the modern styles of Russian popular music developed, including Russian rock, Russian hip hop and Russian pop. Contents. In the period of Muscovy, two major genres formed Russian music: the sacred music of the Orthodox Church and secular music used for entertainment. The sacred music draws its tradition from the Byzantine Empire, with key elements being used in Russian Orthodox bell ringing, as well as choral singing.
The nature and role of the accompaniment has undergone many changes since the earliest art songs. In the repertory of the 17th and 18th centuries, the singer is the prime interpreter of the text. As a rule, the accompanying part of these songs consists only of a figured bass (the basso continuo), in which the notation for the bass melody also indicates the harmonies to be improvised on the harpsichord, lute, or some other chord instrument.
Madrigal" ensemble introducing chant culture of the Russian 17th century payed much attention to a little known but .
Madrigal" ensemble introducing chant culture of the Russian 17th century payed much attention to a little known but interesting and artistically valuable direction - partesny and demestveny Chants. Peak level 6. % Extraction speed . X Range quality 10. % Copy CRC C2A916C8 Copy OK. No errors occurred.
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Romanus Melodus (6th . 1 Kontakion - . 7 Theophane (9th . 2 Hymn for the Exaltation of the Cross - . 7 Theodore of. .Byzantine Music 6th-15th c, Music of Early & Muscovite Russia 15th-17th c - Madrigal. 7 Theodore of Studios (8th . 3 Hymn to St. Euphrosyne - . 3 John of Damascus (8th . 4 Hymns - . 6 Unknown authors 5 Christos anesti - . 6 6 Christmas ode - . 6 lzaija of Serbia (15th. flac (21. MB).
However, absence of academic music education did not prevent composers of the early 19th century from .
However, absence of academic music education did not prevent composers of the early 19th century from creating masterpieces. Songs by unknown authors, which appeared in their authors’ performance in the 19th century, today are understood as folk songs and refer to town music culture.
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Byzantine Music of the 6th-15th cc
Music of Early and Muscovite Russia
of the 15th-17th cc.
Ensemble "Madrigal" I Solisti della Filarmonica di Mosca
Direttore artistico: Oleg Yanchenko
Registrato dal vivo presso la Cattedrale di St. Sophia di Polotsk nel 1988
Tecnico del suono P. Kondrashin
Copertina di A. Grigoriev
Etichetta: Melodija, 1991
Genere: Classical / Choir / Vocals
Questo album è dedicato alla cultura russa del canto antico professionale, e a quelle culture collegate, come la bizantina, la serba e bulgara.
Questa è la prima registrazione di un ciclo di antichi canti russi.
"Madrigal" ensemble ha introdotto la cultura del canto russo del 17o secolo prestando molta attenzione a piccoli canti poco conosciuti,
ma interessanti e artisticamente validi. Non vi è alcun bisogno di introdurre lo stesso ensemble.
I suoi numerosi concerti in Unione Sovietica e anche all'estero, le rassegne stampa entusiaste, sono noti agli ascoltatori attenti.
Va ricordato che la ensemble "Madrigal" è stata una delle prime ad eseguire antichi canti russi e questo album unico è
la naturale continuazione delle tradizioni artistiche dell'ensemble.
Romanus Melodus (6th c.)
1 Kontakion — 8.37 Theophane (9th c.)
2 Hymn for the Exaltation of the Cross — 2.27 Theodore of Studios (8th c.)
3 Hymn to St. Euphrosyne — 2.33 John of Damascus (8th c.)
4 Hymns — 2.26 Unknown authors
5 Christos anesti — 1.16
6 Christmas ode — 1.06 lzaija of Serbia (15th c.)
7 We venerate Thy Cross — 1.03 John Cucuselus (13th c.)
8 Arehpastoral megalynarion — 4.06 Unknown authors
9 О full of Grace, Thou (Greek Chant) 2.43
10 Praise the Lord (Serbian Chant) 1.29
11 Attend, О Heaven — 1.04
12 Stieheron for the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin in the Temple — 2.01
13 From my youth up — 1.44
14 Stieheron to Vasil the Great — 2.54
15 Praise ye the name of the Lord — 2.30
16 О Thou the only-begotten Son — 0.54
17 Blessed be the name of the Lord - 1.13 RUSSIAN SACRED CONCERTO AND SACRED VERSE OF THE 17th - 18th CENTURIES
18 Apostles - 3.27
19 When the thief beheld the author of life hanging upon the Cross — 6.02
20 I weep and wail — 3.48
21 When the Jews had sealed down the stone — 1.31
N. Diletsky (c. 1630 c. 1680)
22 Cherubic Hymn — 5.34
23 Glory to the Father and the Son — 2.15
[color=black]In Greek (1 - 6) and Church Slavonic (7 — 23)
Lydia Davydova, soprano (1, 4, 5, 9, 11, 16, 17, 20)
Galina Korobova, soprano (1, 3 - 5, 12, 16 — 18, 21, 23)
Larissa Pyatigorskaya, mezzo-soprano (1, 3 — 5, 11, 12, 16 — 18, 20, 21, 23)
Victor Gukov, tenor (1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 17, 19, 20, 21 — 23)
Boris Yaganov, tenor (1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17, 18, 22)
Evgeni Argyshev (Syrov). baritone, counter-tenor (1, 2, 4 - 8, 10, 15, 17 — 19, 21)
Yuri Zykov, bass (1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 19 — 23)
Anatoli Safiulin, bass (1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13) [/color][/color] [/quote]
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