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Hidden Music of the Russian Church - Evgeniya Tschishikova (soprano); Sergey Godin (tenor); Moscow Patriarchal Choir (choir, chorus); Ilya Tolkachev (conductor)
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  1. Bless the Lord, O My Soul, for chorus
  2. In Thy Kingdom Remember Us, O Lord, for tenor & chorus
  3. We Hymn Thee, for soprano & chorus
  4. The Lord's Prayer, hymn for chorus
  5. Praise the Name of the Lord, hymn for chorus in A major
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  1. Bless the Lord, O My Soul, for chorus
  2. In Thy Kingdom Remember Us, O Lord, for tenor & chorus
  3. We Hymn Thee, for soprano & chorus
  4. The Lord's Prayer, hymn for chorus
  5. Praise the Name of the Lord, hymn for chorus in A major
  6. Praise the Name of the Lord, hymn for chorus in D minor
  7. From My Youth, gradual antiphon for chorus
  8. He Who Closed the Abyss, for chorus
  9. Cherubic Hymn, monastery chant for chorus
  10. O Gladsome Light, vesperal hymn for chorus
  11. We Hymn Thee, for chorus
  12. Cherubic Hymn, for chorus
  13. It Is Meet and Right to Bless You, O Theotokos, Hymn to the Theotokos, for chorus
  14. Nunc Dmitis (Lord, Now Lettest Thou)
  15. Let God Arise, hymn for chorus
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Russian Orthodox church music did not disappear after the 1917 revolution but continued to exist in a semi-underground state, partly because Stalin kind of liked the stuff and was in any event more worried about persecuting Shostakovich and other more potentially critical composers. Nevertheless, the composers represented on this collection all faced substantial danger at one time or another as a result of having remained in the Soviet Union. The music resembles that of earlier Russian religious music in the Romantic ...

Hidden Music of the Russian Church 2016, Christophorus

UPC: 4010072774026

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