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Label:
  Delos - http://www.delosmus.com/
Serial:
  SA 3289
Title:
  Tchaikovsky: Queen of Spades (highlights) - Constantine Orbelian
Description:
  Tchaikovsky: Queen of Spades, Great Scenes

Elena Prokina (soprano)
Sergei Larin (tenor)
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone)
Elena Obraztsova (mezzo soprano)
Marina Domashenko (mezzo soprano)
Vassily Gerello (baritone)
Philharmonia of Russia
Constantine Orbelian (conductor)
Track listing:
  1. Prelude - Philharmonia Of Russia
2. I Do Not Know Her Name - Sergej Larin
3. One Day At Versailles (Tri Karty) - Vassily Gerello
4. I'll Sing For You - Marina Domashenko
5. Why These Tears - Sergej Larin
6. Forgive Me, Heavenly Creature - Sergej Larin
7. You Are So Sad... I Love You - Dmitri Hvorostovsky
8. Oh, How I Detest Today's World - Elena Obraztsova
9. Do Not Be Frightened - Sergej Larin
10. Poor Thing! What An Abyss - Sergej Larin
11. I Am So Frightened - Elena Obraztsova
12. Midnight Is Near - Elena Prokina
13. What If The Clock Chimes - Sergej Larin
14. We Will Drink And Be Happy - Spiritual Revival Choir Of Russia
15. If Sweet Maidens - Vassily Gerello
16. What Is Our Life? - Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Genre:
  Classical - Opera
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
Recording type:
  DSD
Recording info:
 

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Reviews: 1

Review by SimonTJU September 12, 2003
Performance:   Sonics:
One of my favorite operas. Great dissapointment. Sonic is excellent, voices are very good. Performance? none. All opera is about obsession. Old duches about three cards, German about lisa, then gambling then old duches. Not hobbies, there are obsessions - dark, passionate fully absorbing etc. Well, here a few stories are told in very melodious voices (no edge, brightness - thanks to pure DSD recording - I am sure). No, its boring, boring, boring. Sorry. Simon

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Peter Tchaikovsky - The Queen of Spades, TH 10 Op. 68