JAPANESE


Ballets


The Golden Age, Op. 22

ConductorOrchestraRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
ROZHDESTVENSKY, GennadyRoyal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra1993ChandosCHAN 9251/2
****
SEREBRIER, JoséRoyal Scottish National Orchestra2006Naxos8.570217-18
*****
SIMONOV, YuriBolshoi Theatre Orchestra1982Russian DiscRD CD 10 0091982-Version, Live**
SEGERSTAM, LeifHelsinki Philharmonic Orchestra1997OndineODE 894-2‘Can-Can’ only.*****
Suite Op. 22a:
HAITINK, BernardLondon Philharmonic1979LONDONPOCL-9255/66
***
IRVING, RobertPhilharmonia Orchestra1960EMICDM 7243 5 65922 2 3
*****
JARVI, NeemeGothenburg Symphony Orchestra1990DGPOCG-1424
****
KUCHAR, TheodoreNational Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine2004Brilliant6735Brilliant-8128****
KURTZ, EfremPhilharmonia Orchestra1955TestamentSBT 1078
*****
LEVINE, GilbertCracow Philharmonic Orchestra1989ArabesqueZ6610No. 1, 3 and 4.****
LYNDON-GEE, ChristopherNew Zealand Symphony Orchestra1994Naxos8.553126
****
MARTINON, JeanLondon Symphony Orchestra1958LondonPOCL-9439London-KICC 8164****
MITCHELL, HowardNational Symphony Orchestra of Washington, D.C.
MCAMCAD2-9823A
***
NAKAMURA, YuriTokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra1993Seven SeasKICG 3062Arr. by Mamoru Nakata.****
SHOSTAKOVICH, MaximUSSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra1966VictorVICC-2090BMG-Melodiya 74321 66981 2, BMG-RCA-74321-32041-2(No. 3 only)*****
SHOSTAKOVICH, MaximPrague Symphony Orchestra1996SupraphonSU 3278-2 031Live(14 Nov.), Supraphon-SU 3415-2 031****
STOKOWSKI, LeopoldChicago Symphony Orchestra1968BMG09026-62516-2
****
BERNSTEIN, LeonardNew York Philharmonic1970SonySRCR 9449No. 3 only.****
DERVAUX, PierreOrchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire
Patheé MarconiFALP 474LP, No. 3 only.****
FENNELL, FrederickEastman-Rochester POPS Orchestra1959Mercury434 349-2No. 3 only.***
FIEDLER, ArthurBoston Pops Orchestra
BMG09026-62577-2No. 3 only.***
JÄRVI, PaavoOrchestre Philharmonique de Radio France2002-3Virgin7243 5 45609 2 7No. 3 only.*****
KOSTELANEZ, AndreHis Orchestra1965SONYSBK 62 642No. 3 only.***
MAYER, UriEdmonton Symphony Orchestra1992CBC RecordsSMCD5169No. 3 only.****
METZMACHER, IngoPhilharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg1999EMI7243 5 56970 2 8Live(31 Dec.), No. 3 only.****
METZMACHER, IngoPhilharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg2001SonySXP 130081Live(31 Dec.), No. 4 only.****
ORBELIAN, ConstantineMoscow Chamber Orchestra1999DelosDE 3257No. 3 only.****
ORMANDY, EugenePhiladelphia Orchestra1966SonySBK 53 261No. 3 only.*****
WILLIAMS, JohnBoston Pops Orchestra1988Philips426 247-2No. 3 only.****
Arrangement:(See Two Pieces for String Quartet Sans op. D(i))
SoloistRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
ASHKENAZY, Vladimir (Pf)2003DeccaUCCD-1105No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.****
CHERKASSKY, Shura (Pf)1982Decca433 651-2No. 3 only, Arr. for piano, Live(20 Feb.)***
FOLDES, Andor (Pf)1950RemingtonRLP-149-410"mono, No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.***
HAYROUDINOFF, Rustem (Pf)2000ChandosCHAN 9907No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.****
JONES, Martin (Pf)1989AVMAVZ-3020Nos. 3 and 4, Arr. for piano by D. Shostakovich and Gyorgy Sandor.****
LAUL, Piotr (Pf)2005Nothern FlowersNF/PMA 9941No. 3 only, Arr. for piano
PENNARIO, Leonard (Pf)
RCALSC-2714LP, No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.***
PETROV, Nikolai (Pf)1989YedangYCC-0130No. 3 only, Arr. for piano, Live(19 Feb.)***
PETRUSHANSKY, Boris (Pf)2003stradivariusSTR 33727No. 3 only, Arr. for piano****
SHOSTAKOVICH, Dmitry (Pf)1947RevelationRV70008No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.*****
WIKSTRÖM, Inger (Pf)1981BluebellBELL 126LP, No. 3 only, Arr. for piano.****
KLAVIERDUO GENOVA & DIMITROV1998cpo999 599-2‘Waltz’ and ‘Polka’****
LUBOSHUTZ, Pierre & NEMENOFF, Genia (Pf)
VanguardVSD-2128LP, Arr. by Pierre Luboshutz.***
WHITTEMORE, Arthur & LOWE, Jack (Pf)
RCACAL-1050LP, No. 3 only, Arr. for 2 pianos.***
FRANCESCATTI, Zino (Vn), LANNER, Max (Pf)1945PearlGEMM CD 9250No. 3 only, Arr. for Violin and Piano by Grunes. Philips-N 02101 L(LP)***
KAGAN, Oleg (Vn), SKANAVI, Vladimir (Pf)1982Live ClassicsDMCC-24544No. 3 only, Arr. for Violin and Piano by Isaak Glickman, Live(9 Jan.)***
KUISMA, Rainer (Marimba)1979BISBIS-CD-149No. 3 only, Arr. by Anatoly Liubimov****
UTKIN, Alexei (Ob), UTKIN, Mikhail (Vc), CHEPURINA, Maria (Fl)Hermitage Chamber Orchestra2004-5Caro MitisCM 0082004SACD, Titled as ‘Ballet Suite’. Arr. by Mikhail Utkin.****
AMERICAN ART QUARTET (Eudice Shapiro, Robert Sushel, Virginia Majewski, Victor Gottlieb)1955VictorLBC-1086LP, No. 3 only, Arr. by S. Lehnhoff.***
ALBION ENSEMBLE (Philippa Davies (Fl), George Caird (Ob), Andrew Marriner (Cl), Robin Martin (Hr), Jeremy Ward (Fg))1980Senol Printing LimitedSNH 501LP, No. 3 only, Arr. by Jerry Neil Smith.****
CHICAGO SYMPHONY WOODWIND QUINTET (Ralph Johnson (Fl), Robert Mayer (Ob), Jerome Stowell (Cl), Philip Farkas (Hr), Wilbur Simpson (Fg))
AudiophileAP-14LP, No. 3 only, Arr. by Henry Aaron.****
MORAGUÈS QUINTET (Michel Moraguès (Fl), Pascal Moraguès (Cl), Pierre Moraguès (Hr), David Walter (Ob), Patrick Vilaire (Fg))2000Le Chant du MondeLDC 2781137No. 3 only.*****
BUDAPESTER BLECHBLÄSER-QUINTETT
SignumSIG 011-00LP, No. 3 only, Arr. by R. San Filippo***
DUTCH BRASS SEXTET
DHMDHM 5001.3No. 3 only, Arr. by Bastiaan Blomhert**
MOSCOW BRASS
MMCCDMB 958101No. 3 only, Arr. for Brass Quintet.***
QuARTru (Vladimir Orlov (accordion), Andrey Ivanov (Vc), Polina Grigoryeva (Pf), Renat Rakov (Cl))2007Bomba-PiterCDMAN 342-08No. 3 only, Arr. by Andrey Ivanov***

G. Rozhdestvensky/Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Total Time:133'46"      
J. Serebrier/Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Total Time:143'42"      
Y. Simonov/Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
Total Time:106'56"      
L. Segerstam/Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
  6'21"   
B. Haitink/London Philharmonic
I: 4'09" II: 9'22" III: 2'07" IV: 2'26"      
R. Irving/Philharmonia Orchestra
I: 3'50" II: 8'40" III: 2'10" IV: 2'06"      
N. Järvi/Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
I: 3'41" II: 8'05" III: 1'57" IV: 2'06"      
T. Kuchar/National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
I: 3'54" II: 8'40" III: 2'08" IV: 2'10"      
E. Kurtz/Philharmonia Orchestra
I: 3'52" II: 8'35" III: 2'08" IV: 2'01"      
G. Levine/Cracow Philharmonic Orchestra
I: 3'06" II:   III: 1'57" IV: 2'33"      
C. Lyndon-Gee/New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
I: 3'52" II: 9'05" III: 1'51" IV: 2'14"      
J. Martinon/London Symphony Orchestra
I: 3'57" II: 8'45" III: 2'03" IV: 2'33"      
H. Mitchell/National Symphony Orchestra of Washington, D.C.
I: 3'55" II: 7'20" III: 2'04" IV: 2'20"      
Y. Nakamura/Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra
I: 3'51" II: 9'03" III: 1'53" IV: 2'11"      
M. Shostakovich/USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
I: 3'36" II: 9'58" III: 1'49" IV: 2'08"      
M. Shostakovich/Prague Symphony Orchestra
I: 3'54" II: 8'30" III: 2'01" IV: 2'33"      
L. Stokowski/Chicago Symphony Orchestra
I: 4'06" II: 9'59" III: 1'57" IV: 2'21"      
L. Bernstein/New York Philharmonic
I:   II:   III: 2'49" IV:        
P. Dervaux/Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire
Time: Unknown
F. Fennell/Eastman-Rochester POPS Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'16" IV:        
A. Fiedler/Boston Pops Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'15" IV:        
P. Järvi/Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France
I:   II:   III: 2'15" IV:        
A. Kostelanez/His Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'04" IV:        
U. Mayer/Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'02" IV:        
I. Metzmacher/Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
I:   II:   III: 2'13" IV:        
I. Metzmacher/Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
I:   II:   III:   IV: 2'25"      
C. Orbelian/Moscow Chamber Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'15" IV:        
E. Ormandy/Philadelphia Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'04" IV:        
J. Williams/Boston Pops Orchestra
I:   II:   III: 2'31" IV:        
V. Ashkenazy (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'54" IV:        
S. Cherkassky (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'22" IV:        
A. Foldes (Pf)
Time: Unknown
R. Hayroudinoff (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'34" IV:        
M. Jones (Pf)
I:   II:   III & IV: 4'10"      
P. Laul (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'46" IV:        
L. Pennario (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'59" IV:        
N. Petrov (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'20" IV:        
B. Petrushansky (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'57" IV:        
D. Shostakovich (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'37" IV:        
I. Wikström (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 1'57" IV:        
Klavierduo Genova & Dimitrov
I:   II:   III:   IV:    1'45"  1'30"
P. Luboshutz & G. Nemenoff (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'31" IV:        
A. Whittemore & J. Lowe (Pf)
Time: Unknown
Z. Francescatti (Vn), M. Lanner (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'09" IV:        
O. Kagan (Vn), V. Skanavi (Pf)
I:   II:   III: 2'04" IV:        
R. Kuisma (Marimba)
I:   II:   III: 2'09" IV:        
American Art Quartet
Time: Unknown
Albion Ensemble
Time: Unknown
Chicago Symphony Woodwind Quintet
Time: Unknown
Moraguès Quintet
I:   II:   III: 2'10" IV:        
Budapester Blechbläser-Quintett
I:   II:   III: 2'31" IV:        
Dutch Brass Sextet
I:   II:   III: 2'02" IV:        
Moscow Brass
I:   II:   III: 2'05" IV:        
QuARTru
Time: Unknown

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The Bolt, Op. 27

ConductorOrchestraRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra1994ChandosCHAN 9343/4
*****
Suite Op. 27a:
CHAILLY, RiccardoPhiladelphia Orchestra1995LondonPOCL-1688
****
JÄRVI, NeemeScottish National Orchestra1988ChandosCHAN 8650
*****
JÄRVI, NeemeGothenburg Symphony Orchestra1999DG469 525-2
****
KAMU, OkkoCopenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra1995ClassicoCLASSCD 129Nos. 2 and 3. Live(7 Feb.)****
KUCHAR, TheodoreNational Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine2004Brilliant6735Brilliant-8128****
ONO, KazushiCzech Philharmonic Orchestra1995CANYONPCCL-00292
****
ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra1979MelodiyaC 10-13297-300LP, Nos. 1, 2, 5, 7, and 3. Live(9-10 Feb.)*****
ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady USSR Ministry of Culture State Symphony Orchestra1982Brilliant9019Nos. 1, 2, 5, 7, and 3. Live(10 Apr.)*****
ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady Czech Philharmonic Orchestra1983PragaPR 250 053Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 3. Live(7 Jan.)****
ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady BBC Symphony Orchestra1987BBCBBCL 4204-2Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 3. Live(18 Aug.)****
SHOSTAKOVICH, MaximBolshoi Theatre Orchestra1966BMG-Melodiya74321 66981 2
*****
YABLONSKY, DmitryRussian State Symphony Orchestra2001Naxos8.555949
****
Arrangement:
SoloistRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
BOFORS MUSIKKÅR1979Opus379-03LP, No. 2 only. Arr. for Wind Orchestra by Donald Hunsberger. Opus3-79-00****
DÉSARBRE, Hervé (Org)1999Le Chant du MondeLDC 77781124Live, No. 5 and ‘Waltz-Scherzo’. Arr. for Org.****
MAKAROVA, Maria (Org)1996OlympiaOCD 585‘Waltz-Scherzo’ and No. 5. Arr. for Org.****
KOLBERG, Hugo (Vn), SCHROEDER, Felix (Pf)
MACEMXX 9089LP, No. 2 only. Arr. for violin and piano.****
UTKIN, Alexei (Ob), UTKIN, Mikhail (Vc), CHEPURINA, Maria (Fl)Hermitage Chamber Orchestra2004-5Caro MitisCM 0082004SACD, Titled as ‘Ballet Suite’. Arr. by Mikhail Utkin.****
FILHARMONINS BRASSENSEMBLE STOCKHOLM (Claes Strömblad, Gunnar Schmidt (Tp), Ib Lanzky-Otto (Hr), John Petersen, Rune Bodin (Tb), Michael Lind (Tub))1977Swedish Society DiscofilSLT 33254LP, No. 2. Arr. for brass quintet.***
MERTENS BRASS QUINTET (Theo Mertens, Francois van Kerckhoven (Tp), Alex van Aken (Hr), José Schyns (Tb), Gerard Peters (Tub))1986RadiotonSLPX 12953LP, No. 2. Arr. for brass quintet.***
MUNICH BRASS SOLOISTS (Willi Bauer, Werner Binder, Karl Hertel (Tp), Olaf Klamand (Hr), Klaus Renk (Tb), Manfred Hoppert (Tub))
ColosseumColos SM 631LP, No. 2. Arr. for brass ensemble.****

G. Rozhdestvensky/Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Total Time:146'38"  
R. Chailly/Philadelphia Orchestra
I: 5'21" II: 2'42" III: 1'39" IV: 5'25" V: 3'35" VI:   VII:   VIII: 2'15"  
N. Järvi/Scottish National Orchestra
I: 5'13" II: 2'40" III: 1'39" IV: 5'16" V: 4'06" VI: 3'28" VII: 3'18" VIII: 3'16"  
N. Järvi/Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
I: 5'30" II: 2'56" III: 1'32" IV: 5'12" V: 4'36" VI: 3'23" VII: 2'47" VIII: 3'11"  
O. Kamu/Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra
I:   II: 3'32" III: 1'55" IV:   V:   VI:   VII:   VIII:    
T. Kuchar/National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
I: 6'34" II: 2'36" III: 1'49" IV: 5'07" V: 3'50" VI:   VII:   VIII: 3'23"  
K. Ono/Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
I: 5'46" II: 2'37" III: 1'39" IV: 5'46" V: 3'35" VI: 3'43" VII: 2'21" VIII: 2'17"  
G. Rozhdestvensky/Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Time: Unknown
G. Rozhdestvensky/USSR Ministry of Culture State Symphony Orchestra
I: 5'06" II: 2'27" III: 2'10" IV:   V: 2'59" VI:   VII: 2'22" VIII:    
G. Rozhdestvensky/Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
I: 5'18" II: 2'28" III: 1'56" IV:   V: 2'57" VI:   VII:   VIII:    
G. Rozhdestvensky/BBC Symphony Orchestra
I: 5'43" II: 2'28" III: 2'10" IV:   V: 3'45" VI:   VII:   VIII:    
M. Shostakovich/Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
I: 5'27" II: 2'24" III: 1'36" IV: 5'22" V: 4'11" VI: 4'14" VII: 2'12" VIII: 3'43"  
D. Yablonsky/Russian State Symphony Orchestra
I: 5'06" II: 2'42" III: 1'55" IV: 5'22" V: 3'42" VI: 3'42" VII: 3'10" VIII: 3'26"  
Bofors Musikkår
I:   II: 2'37" III:   IV:   V:   VI:   VII:   VIII:    
H. Désarbre (Org)
I:   II:   III:   IV:   V: 2'35" VI:   VII:   VIII:   2'37"
M. Makarova (Org)
I:   II:   III:   IV:   V: 3'18" VI:   VII:   VIII:   2'28"
H. Kolberg (Vn), F. Schroeder (Pf)
I:   II: 4'02" III:   IV:   V:   VI:   VII:   VIII:    
Filharmonins Brassensemble Stockholm
I:   II: 3'05" III:   IV:   V:   VI:   VII:   VIII:    
Mertens Brass Quintet
Time: Unknown
Munich Brass Soloists
Time: Unknown

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The Limpid Stream, Op. 39

SoloistConductorOrchestraRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation

ROZHDESTVENSKY, Gennady Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra1995ChandosCHAN 9423revised version by Gennady Rozhdestvensky****
LLOYD WEBBER, Julian (Vc)SHOSTAKOVICH, MaximLondon Symphony Orchestra1991Philips434 106-2‘Adagio’ only.****
Suite Op. 39a:

KUCHAR, TheodoreNational Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine2004Brilliant6735Brilliant-8128****
Arrangement:
SoloistRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
ASHKENAZY, Vladimir2003DeccaUCCD-1105‘Nocturne’, Arr. for piano.*****
AZARKHIN, Rodion (Cb), SINGER, Grigory (Pf)1963Melodiya149 009LP, ‘Adagio’ only, Arr. by R. Azarkhin.*****
BOBO, Roger (Tuba), CONDAMIN, Marie (Pf)1993CrystalCD690‘Adagio’ only, Arr. for Tuba.***
DÉSARBRE, Hervé1999Le Chant du MondeLDC 77781124Live, ‘Romance’ and ‘Russian Loubok’, Arr. for Org.****
JERIE, Marek (Vc), KLÁNSKY, Ivan (Pf)1988BayerBR 100128‘Adagio’ only.****
LEVINSON, Eugene (Cb), LEVINSON, Gina (Pf)
Pro ArtePAD 178LP, ‘Adagio’ only, Arr. for Cb.****
LÖSCH, Günter (Vc), SCHBERT-WEBER, Siegfried (Pf)
KaskadeD 32 001LP, ‘Adagio’ only.****
MAKAROVA, Maria1996OLYMPIAOCD 585Excerpts(7 pieces), Arr. for Org.****
RADOUKANOV, Entcho (Cb), LINDGREN, Ingrid (Pf)1988BluebellABCD 018‘Adagio’ only, Arr. for Cb.****
SCHERBAKOV, Konstantin (Pf)2005Noxos8.570092Nos. 7, 12, 13, and 23. Arr. for Piano by Composer.*****
WALLFISCH, Raphael (Vc), YORK, John (Pf)2000Black boxBBM1032‘Adagio’ only.*****
Ballet Suite (Arr. by Mikhail Utkin):
SoloistOrchestraRec.LabelNumberNoteRecommendation
UTKIN, Alexei (Ob), UTKIN, Mikhail (Vc), CHEPURINA, Maria (Fl)Hermitage Chamber Orchestra2004-5Caro MitisCM 0082004SACD****

G. Rozhdestvensky/Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Total Time:68'31" 
J. Lloyd Webber (Vc), M. Shostakovich/London Symphony Orchestra
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 6'53" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
T. Kuchar/National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
I (No. 7): 2'23" II (No. 28): 2'30" III (No. 32): 1'57" IV (No. 29): 7'19" V (No. 41): 1'12" 
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
V. Ashkenazy (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29):   V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25: 2'17" 
R. Azarkhin (Cb), G. Singer (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): Unknown V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
R. Bobo (Tub), M. Condamin (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 5'44" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
H. Désarbre (Org)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29):   V (No. 41):   
No. 4: 2'13" No. 9:   No. 12: 2'54" No. 13:   No. 25:   
M. Jerie (Vc), I. Klánsky (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 4'54" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
E. Levinson (Cb), G. Levinson (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 4'59" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
G. Lösch (Vc), S. Schbert-Weber (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): Unknown V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
M. Makarova (Org)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28): 2'00" III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 5'51" V (No. 41): 1'39" 
No. 4: 3'04" No. 9: 1'53" No. 12: 2'02" No. 13: 2'18" No. 25:   
E. Radoukanov (Cb), I. Lindgren (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 6'19" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
K. Scherbakov (Pf)
I (No. 7): 5'56" II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29):   V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12: 2'20" No. 13: 2'56" No. 25: 4'39" 
R. Wallfisch (Vc), J. York (Pf)
I (No. 7):   II (No. 28):   III (No. 32):   IV (No. 29): 5'13" V (No. 41):   
No. 4:   No. 9:   No. 12:   No. 13:   No. 25:   
A. Utkin (Ob), M. Utkin (Vc), M. Chepurina (Fl)/Hermitage Chamber Orchestra
I: 0'51" II: 2'20" III: 3'12" IV: 1'59" V: 2'28" VI: 3'36" VII: 1'51" VIII: 1'45"  
IX: 6'18" X: 1'02" XI: 3'06" XII: 1'56" XIII: 5'05" 

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