Musical Heritage 524876F, UPC 71779446728, made in USA, and a 12 page booklet with complete notes in English. Evgeny Svetlanov conducts the USSR Symphony Orchestra in these works: Dawn on the Moskva River (introduction to the opera Khovanshchina, orchestration by Dmitri Shostakovich), A Night on Bald Mountain (orchestration by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov), and Hopak (from act 3 of the opera Sorochintsky Fair, Orchestration by Anatoli Liadov), by Modest Mussorgsky; In the Steppes of Central Asia, and Polovtsian Dances with Chorus (from Act 2 of the Opera Prince Igor), by Alexander Borodin; Sadko, Op. 5, and Bright Holiday (Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op. 36), by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov; Islamey (orchestration by Sergei Lyapunov), by Mily Balakirev; Dream on the Volga (overture to the opera), by Anton Arensky; Spring, Op. 34, and Romantic Intermezzo in D Major, Op. 69, by Alexander Glazunov; About Olden Times Op. 21b, From the Apocalypse Op. 66, Baba Yaga Op. 56, The Enchanted Lake Op. 62, Kikimora Op. 63, by Anatoli Liadov; Nymphs, by Vasili Kalinnikov. 1997 ADD mastering, recorded 1963 - 1990.
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