VVCD - 00066


Selected Masterpieces of the Russian and Soviet Composers

Glinka Tchaikovsky Borodin Rimsky-Korsakov Khchaturian Sviridov

Tchaikovsky Symphony orchestra
Vladimir Fedoseyev

1 М.Glinka. Overture to the opera Rouslan and Ludmila 4.41
2 P.Tchaikovsky. Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker 7.16
3 P.Tchaikovsky. Andante non troppo, Pas d'Action from
The Swan Lake 5.42
4 P.Tchaikovsky.Spanish Dance from from The Swan Lake 2.11
5 P.Tchaikovsky. "Autumn Song" (October) from The Seasons,
op. 37-bis № 10. Transcriptions by A.Gauk 4.49
6 А.Borodin. In the Steppes of the Central Asia 7.05
7 А.Borodin. Polovtsian Dance from the opera Prince Igor 10.20
8 N.Rimsky-Korsakov. Praise to the Desert (prelude to the opera
Tale of the Invisible City of Kitezh and Maiden Fevronia). 5.12
9 P.Tchaikovsky. Nocturne, op. 19 № 4. Transcription for cello and
orchestra by the author 4.46
10 А.Khchaturian. Adagio from the ballet Spartacus 8.24
11 А.Khchaturian. Waltz from the music to the Drama Masquerade
by M.Lermontov 4.05
12 G.Sviridov. Waltz from the Musical Illustrations
to A.Pushkin's story The Snowstorm, book № 2 2.27
13 А.Khchaturian. Sabre Dance from the ballet Gayaneh 3.57

Total time: 71.00
Soloists: N.Gatilov, violin; V.Simon, cello (2, 9)

Great Choir of Radio and Television (7)
Recorded: 1975 (1-2, 12); 1979 (7); 1981 (6); 1983 (8); 1984 (5); 1987 (9); 1990 (3-4, 11); 2003 (10); 13.05.2003 from the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory

Vladimir Fedoseev was borh in Leningrad and studied in Moscow at the Gnesins Academy of Music and then did postgraduate studies at Moscow Conservatoire with Professor Leo Ginzburg. In 1971 he was invited by Evgeny Mravinsky to guest conduct the Leningrad Philarmonic Orchestra. The great success of the concert helped to launch his conducting career. Since 1974 Vladimir Fedoseev has been working as the Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra which is Russia’s leading symphony orchestra. With this orchestra maestro Fedoseev made many successful tours of European countries, USA, South America, Japan and Australia.
Vladimir Fedoseev collaborates with leading orchestras in Europe including Zurich’s Tonhalle, Leipcig’s Gevandhaus, Orchestre de Paris, Bavarian Radio Orchestra. In 1996 he was appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1997 Vladimir Fedoseev was appointed Chief Conductor of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. As a highly acclaimed operatic conductor Fedoseev is a regular guest conductor at the Zurich Opera as well as Opera Theatres in Milano, Paris, Vienna, Bologna, Florence…
In 1996 he was awarded the prestigious Russian Order for Services to the Motherland and the same year he received from the Austrian Republic the Silver Cross for his services to music in Austria. He was also awarded the Golden Star of the honourable citizen of Vienna and its territory in October 2002.




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