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Wednesday's concert featured works by Russian composers Alexander Borodin, Sergey Rachmaninov, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Opera singers Irina Dolzhenko, Maria Gavrilova, Vasily Ladyuk, Ivan Maksimeiko, Alexander Naumenko, Nikolai Kazansky, Alexander Borodin, Stanislav Mostovoy and others also took part in the play conducted by Pavel Klinichev.
7", "Nocturne, Alexander Borodin theme from String Quartet #2" (arrangement by Brian Hagen), "Contemplation, Felix Mendelssohn Opus 30, No.
A Peter Tchaikovsky B Modest Mussorgsky C Mikhail Glinka D Alexander Borodin
The same concert includes John Williams' "Star Wars Suite" and Alexander Borodin's Symphony No.
Composed by Alexander Borodin, a prominent composer of the late 19th century Romantic era, Prince Igor premiered at the famed Mariinsky Theatre in 1890.
The programme had three examples - Dmitri Shostakovich's short and cheery 9th symphony, Tchaikovsky's well-known Fantasy Overture from Romeo and Juliet, and Alexander Borodin's lyrical Nocturne, in a fine arrangement for string orchestra by that paean of the Prom concerts, Sir Malcolm Sargent.
Based on Edward Knoblock s 1911 play and adapting Alexander Borodin's lushly romantic melodies, the 1954 Tony Award-winning musical set in ancient Baghdad follows the twists and turns of kismet-or fate--as its protagonist, The Poet, morphs from hapless beggar flogging his "rhymes, fine rhymes" on the street to well-to-do townsman.
The program also includes Franz Schubert's "Unfinished" Symphony, Movement 1 and Alexander Borodin's "Polovetsian Dances," as well as short pieces for each section of the orchestra.
Composers include: Anton Arensky (1861-1906), Cesar Cui (1835-1918), Alexander Balakirev (1837-1910), Alexander Borodin (1833-1887), Alexander Dargomyzhsky (1813-1869), Alexander Glazunov (1865-1936), Mikhail Glinka (1804-1857), Alexander Grechaninov (1864-1956), Alexander Gurilev (1803-1858), Mikhail Ippolito-Ivanov (1859-1935), Nikolai Medtner (1880-1951), Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881), Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908), Anton Rubinstein (18291894), Sergey Taneyev (1856-1915), Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), Alexander Varlamov (1801-1848).
This time six musicians from the orchestra will meet on stage and present two string sextets by Russian romantic composer Alexander Borodin and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.