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CD7874 Mussorgsky Boris Godunov Zagreb 1975

CD7874 Mussorgsky Boris Godunov Zagreb 1975
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CD7874 Moussorgsky Boris Godunov Zagreb 1975

Modest Musorgsky BORIS GODUNOV Opera in a prologue and four acts (1874 version)

Boris: Vladimir Kinjajev (bass baritone) Feodor (Boris' son): Dubravka Zubovic (mezzo soprano) Xenia (Boris' daughter): Branka Beretovac (soprano) Nurse (Xenia's former wet nurse): Blanka Zec (alto) Prince Shiuski: Franjo Paulik (tenor) Andrei Tchelkaloff (Clerk of the Duma): Vladimir Ruždjak (baritone) Pimen: Tomislav Neralic (bass) Grigory/Dmitri the pretender: Aleksaj Proncev (tenor) Marina Mniszek (daughter of the Sandomierz commander): Breda Kalef (mezzo soprano) Rangoni (Jesuit priest): Vladimir Ruždjak(baritone) Varlaam (tramp): Tomislav Neralic (bass) Misail (tramp): Josip Šutej (tenor) Yurodiviy (Holy Fool/Simpleton): Josip Novosel (tenor) Innkeeper: Blaženka Milic (soprano) Police Officer: Duško Kukovec (baritone) Mityukha (a peasant): Miljenko Grozdanic (bass)

Zagreb Radio Television Grand mixed Choir Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra Lovro von Matacic, conductor

Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb, 27 February 1975 Concert performance

PROLOGUE 25:53 ACT 1 39:20 ACT 2 34:32 ACT 3 34:34 ACT 4 50:23 ---------------- T.T. 3:04:42

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