The State Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra Moscow | Symphonic Poetry

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Symphonic Poetry

by The State Radio & TV Symphony Orchestra Moscow

The great State Radio & Television Symphony Orchestra of Moscow plays Smetana, Tschaikowsky, Dvorak, Borodin, Verdi,.
Genre: Classical: Dvorak
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1. Moldau from Symphonic-Poem Ma Vlast
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12:41 album only
2. Dace of the little Swans from Swanlake-Ballett
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1:29 album only
3. Spanish Dance from Swanlake-Ballett
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2:26 album only
4. Flowerwaltz from Nutcracker-Suite
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5. Pas-de-Deux from Nutcracker-Suite
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5:50 album only
6. Slavic Dance Nr. 1
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7. Bacchanalia from the Symphony Fantasy Night on the Bold Mountain
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7:03 album only
8. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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9. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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10. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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11. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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12. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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13. Polovetz dance from the Opera Prince Igor
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14. Overture to the Opera Vespri Siciliani
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15. Overture to the Opera Vespri Siciliani
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16. Overture to the Opera Vespri Siciliani
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17. Intermezzo sinfonico
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dear music lovers,

we are glad very much to be allowed to introduce to you a new music label: "Santec Music". This unique project stretches a curve of the demanding classical music up to new instrumental music. Besides, helping of orchestras of international meaning is effective also like the creativity of musicians of the most different nationality.

On beauty and harmony thought, in Germany as "New Classic" to defined compositions, are an expression of wonderful and very pleasant melodies with the most careful care of details and arrangements. These arise, primarily, from the internal setting of the musicians: They lay the biggest value on the contents of the music and compose with swing and competence.

Many of the big composers of the past which unforgettable symphonies gave us can be often inspired by the nature; and thus also tries the music of "Santec Music" from the wealth of beauty and harmony which the nature rescues by the unity of the elements together to scoop. The orchestra plays all instruments, whether piano, harp, guitar, flute, or panflute along with a string-orchestra, but it uses no electronic instruments.

The new label "Santec Music" shows one of the probably most interesting new phenomena in the area of new instrumental music in the international music scene and offers space for limitless creativity.

About this CD:

n 1978, the idea of creating a State Symphony Radio and Television Orchestra developed as an outgrowth form the need to broadcast the symphonic repertoirs of the 18th an 20th centuries throughout Russia for the benefit of its citizens.

It was decided the orchestra should broadcast parformances on a weekly basis, a concept based upon the BBC Symphony Orchestra's very successful radio series in the United Kingdom.

The orchestra expanded its activities into film work for Russian, European and American feature film productions as well as Russian television soundtrack.

It also collaborated with European television, including projects with the Italian RAI and German ZDF.

In 1980 the orchestra created a major subscription series in Moscow's Tchaikovsky Hall. This 36 week subscription series has been a success since its first inaugural season.

In addition, the orchestra has toured extensively throughout Europe with concerts in Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Korea, China and Hong Kong.

And they have just returned a tour across America, that was organized by Columbia Artist Inc. and turned out to be a real success.


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