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Does anyone else hate Stokowski's Baba-Yaga? It is probably the most annoying piece of music I have heard or maybe the recording I had was really bad. Last edited by Toddlertoddy; Dec at Originally Posted by Toddlertoddy.
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It is probably the most annoying piece of music I have heard. Isn't this the point? Baba-Yaga has to be grotesque, freakish, hideous and misshapen In my opinion, a very Slavic approach is the following. Let alone, that the score is public domain and available to anybody. Last edited by Aggelos; Jan at Last edited by Flamme; Jan at He gleefully experiments with instrumental combinations, creating an enchanting, constantly shifting spectrum of orchestral colours along the way.
Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition”: A Showpiece in Multiple Versions
This is deeply impressive orchestral playing: exuberant, full-hearted and characterful. In , Mussorgsky composed Pictures at an Exhibition , a piano work inspired by a retrospective of the work of his recently deceased friend, Victor Hartmann.
Ravel effectively set the template for orchestral film scoring. The Verdict: This is a supreme performance, expertly recorded.
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Schattdorf: Gagnaux Collection. Performer Pages Walter Goehr conductor. These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Performer Pages Quinn Mason electronics. Performers MIDI. Plate This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. From the uploader's library.
Based upon the first edition of the score Bessel, "The editor has in a few instances slightly modified the passage-work, in the interest of clarity and brilliance. A few repetitions have been omitted and the notation has been changed wherever the original version appeared unnecessarily obscure". Plate M.
Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition
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First edition solely based on the Author's manuscript. Paris: Editions Russes de Musique , Plate B. Arranger Jaap Wiebes. Arranger Wayne Beardwood.
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