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I Prologue - Mussorgsky* - Pictures From An Exhibition And Other Russian Favourites (CD)

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  1. Pictures at an Exhibition: In Memoriam. Pictures at an Exhibition, by a Russian composer, Modest Mussorgsky ( - ) in the romantic era, was a piano suite composed in the year This was written in 10 movements and based on the paintings of Viktor Hartmann, a Russian painter.
  2. Mussorgsky*, Sviatoslav Richter ‎– Pictures from an Exhibition Label: Philips ‎– GL , Philips ‎– GL, Philips ‎– G L.
  3. Mussorgsky - Pictures At An Exhibition Mussorgsky Opera and Ballet Theatre Orchestra, St. Petersburg Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre mussorgsky pictures at an exhibition.
  4. I love Preludes & Fugues. Very few composers wrote them, the most famous of all being Johann Sebastian as part of his Das wohltemperierte Klavier. I have been listening to 24 preludes & fugues written by another composer: Dmitri Shostakovich. They .
  5. BUY NOW. AmazonUK AmazonUS. Vladimir Horowitz - Pictures At An Exhibition and eight Other Favourites Original mono recordings: Vladimir HOROWITZ () Variations on a Theme from Bizet's Carmen () [] Franz LISZT () Funérailles S () [].
  6. Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition / A Night on Bald Mountain and Other Russian Showpieces by Modest Mussorgsky, Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky, et al. | Sep 14, out of 5 stars
  7. Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition. DG: E Buy CD or download online. Torgny Sporsen (bass) Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Chorus, The Cleveland Orchestra, Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, Carlo Maria Giulini, Lorin Maazel, Neeme Järvi, Oliver Knussen, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky.
  8. Pictures at an Exhibition is a musical representation of wandering through an art gallery. Few of Hartmann's original paintings survive, but the few that do (shown below) set the scene fro Mussorgsky's music. The work begins with Promenade, a theme that returns four times throught the music and serves to unify the whole work.

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