Rimsky-Korsakov: Fantasy on Russian Themes op.33. Taneyev: Suite de concert op.28


If there is anyone who could rescue these two chips off the Russian nationalist block from total oblivion it is Lydia Mordkovitch, especially working with Neeme Järvi (a spontaneous studio artist if ever there was one), bathed in gloriously opulent Chandos sound. Neither work is among their respective composer’s most ...

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