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RUSSIAN ARIAS, Vol. 1: (Review by James H. North)

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BALAKIREV: You Are Full of Captivating Bliss. Barcarole. Look, My Friend (Review by Donald Seibert)

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BORODIN: The Fair Maid Has Stopped Loving Me (with Alfia Bekova, vc). For the Shores of the Distant Homeland (Review by Donald Seibert)

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CILÈA: Adriana Lecouvreur (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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CUI: A Statue at Tsarskye Selo. The Burnt Letter, op. 33/4 (Review by Donald Seibert)

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DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Rusalka (Review by James H. North)

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DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Rusalka (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (Review by William H. Youngren)

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MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (Review by William H. Youngren)

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MUSSORGSKY: Songs and Dances of Death (Review by Donald Seibert)

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PUCCINI: Turandot (Review by James Miller)

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PUCCINI: Turandot (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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RACHMANINOFF: In the silence of the secret night. How pained I am. Sing not, O lovely one. Arion. How peaceful. Do not believe me, friend. Let us leave, my sweet. Spring torrents. A dream. All was taken from me. Daisies. I am again alone! Night is sorrowful. O, no, I beg you, do not leave! Small island. I am not a prophet. Yesterday we met. They replied. Lilacs. I was with her. Christ is risen! It cannot be! At my window. What happiness. At night in my garden. Fragment from A. Musset. All passes (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: Songs (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Bells (Review by James Miller)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Bells (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Bells, op. 35. Spring, op. 20. Three Russian Songs, op. 41 (Review by John Bauman)

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RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: It Was Not the Wind Blowing from Above, op. 43/2. The Octave, op. 45/3. The Nymph, op. 56/1. Clearer Than the Singing of the Lark, op. 43/1. The Scurrying Bank of Clouds Disperses, op. 42/3. On the Hills of Georgia, op. 3/4. Of What in the Silence of the Nights, op. 40/3. Captivated by the Rose, the Nightingale, op. 2/2. Silence Descends on the Yellow Cornfields, op. 39/3. A Pressed Flower, op. 51/3 (Review by Donald Seibert)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, op. 29 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, op. 29 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (Review by Donald Seibert)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Mazeppa (Review by Donald Seibert)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Songs (arranged by the Bekova Sisters) (Review by Donald Seibert)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: The tender stars shone for us, op. 60, no. 12. No, only he who's known, op. 6, no. 6. Don Juan's serenade, op. 38, no. 1. Amid the noise of the ball, op. 38, no. 3. Why? op. 28, no. 3. Mezza notte. Night, op. 60, no. 9. Does the day reign? op. 47, no. 6. To forget so soon. I opened the window, op. 63, no. 2. Rondel, op. 65, no. 6. This moonlit night, op. 73, no. 3. Deception, op. 65, no. 2. The sun has set, op. 73, no. 4.1 shall tell you nothing, op. 60, no. 2. Amid gloomy days, op. 73, no. 5. Tell me, of what in the shade of the branches, op. 57, no. 1.1 should like in a single word. Not a word, o my friend, op. 6, no. 2. It was in early spring, op. 38, no. 2. A tear trembles, op. 6, no. 4. Why? op. 6, no. 5. We sat together, op. 73, no. 1. O, If you knew, op. 60, no. 3. Again, as before, alone, op. 73, no. 6 (Review by Donald Seibert)

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VERDI: Chamber Songs (complete) (Review by Henry Fogel)

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