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Nikolaï Golovanov|Mussorgsky : Boris Godunov

Mussorgsky : Boris Godunov

Pirogov, Bolshoi Theatre Chorus & Orchestra, Nicolai Golovanov

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Mussorgsky : Boris Godunov

Nikolaï Golovanov

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Boris Godunov (1869 version) (Modeste Moussorgski)

1
Prologue I - Novodevichy Scene : The yard of Novodevichy Convent (Nikitich, Chorus, Mityukh, Shchelkalov)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:13:32

Sergei Krasovsky, Bass (Nikitich, Police Officer) - Ivan Sipaev, Bass (Mityukh, peasant) - Ilya Bogdanov, Bass (Shchelkalov) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Prologue II - Coronation Scene : Square in the Kremlin (Shuysky, People of Moscow, Boyars, Boris)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:04:47

Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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3
Act I - Coronation Scene : "My heart is heavy" (Boris, People of Moscow, Boyars)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:04:51

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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4
Act I - Cell Scene : The cell in Chudov monastery (Pimen, Jesuit monks, Grigoriy)
Maria Maksakova
00:16:35

Maxim Mikhailov, Bass (Pimen) - Georgi Nelepp, Tenor (Grigoriy, the false Dimitri) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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5
Act I - Inn Scene : An inn at the frontier of Lithuania (Innkeeper, Misail, Varlaam)
Georgi Nelepp
00:05:09

Aleksandra Turchina, Mezzo-Soprano (Innkeeper) - Vasily Yakushenko, Tenor (Misail) - Vasily Lubentsov, Bass (Varlaam) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act I - Inn Scene : "So it was in the city of Kazan" (Varlaam, Grigoriy, Innkeeper, Police Officer))
Alexander Peregudov
00:14:54

Vasily Lubentsov, Bass (Varlaam) - Georgi Nelepp, Tenor (Grigoriy, the false Dimitri) - Aleksandra Turchina, Mezzo-Soprano (Innkeeper) - Sergei Krasovsky, Bass (Nikitich, Police Officer) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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7
Act II - Kremlin Scene : Tsar´s appartments in the Kremlin (Xenia, Nurse, Feodor, Boris)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:10:42

Elena Kruglikova, Soprano (Xenia, Boris’s daughter) - Evgenia Verbitskaya, Mezzo-Soprano (Xenia’s Nurse) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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8
Act II - Kremlin Scene : "I have attained the highest power" (Boris, Nurses chorus, Krushchov, Feodor)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:06:34

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Alexander Peregudov, Tenor (Krushchov, Boyar) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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9
Act II - Kremlin Scene : "Most noble Lord and Tsar, thy servant" (Shchelkalov, Boris, Shuysky, Feodor)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:09:02

Ilya Bogdanov, Bass (Shchelkalov) - Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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10
Act II - Kremlin Scene : "Ah ! I am suffocating" (Boris)
Alexander Peregudov
00:04:01

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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11
Act III - Castle in Sandomierz : Marina's Boudoir Scene (Ladies, Marina, Rangoni)
Bronislava Zlatogorova
00:06:23

Maria Maksakova, Mezzo-Soprano (Marina) - Alexei Ivanov, Baritone (Rangoni) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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12
Act III - Fountain Scene : The Garden of Mniszech's Castle in Sandomierz. "Dimitri ! Tsarevich ! " (Rangoni, Marina, Grigoriy, Chorus)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:11:11

Alexei Ivanov, Baritone (Rangoni) - Maria Maksakova, Mezzo-Soprano (Marina) - Georgi Nelepp, Tenor (Grigoriy, the false Dimitri) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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13
Act III - St. Basil's Scene : At the Pokrovsky Cathedral (People of Moscow, Mityukh, the Fool, Boris, Shuysky)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:13:21

Ivan Sipaev, Bass (Mityukh, peasant) - Ivan Kozlovsky, Tenor (The Fool) - Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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14
Act IV - Death Scene : The Faceted Palace in the Kremlin (Boyars, Shuysky, Boris)
Evgenia Verbitskaya
00:04:51

Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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15
Act IV - Death Scene : "Go away, child !" (Boris, Shuysky, Shchelkalov, Pimen, chorus)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:03:39

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Ilya Bogdanov, Bass (Shchelkalov) - Maxim Mikhailov, Bass (Pimen) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "One day, at the evening hour" (Pimen)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:06:11

Maxim Mikhailov, Bass (Pimen) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "Farewell, my son, I am dying" (Boris)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:05:27

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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18
Act IV - Death Scene : "The bell ! the passing bell !" (Boris, Feodor, Chorus)
Evgenia Verbitskaya
00:04:18

Alexander Pirogov, Bass (Boris) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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19
Act IV - Revolution scene : A glade in the forest of Kromy (People of Moscow, Misail, Varlaam, Khroustschov, Grigoriy, The Fool)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:17:58

Vasily Yakushenko, Tenor (Misail) - Vasily Lubentsov, Bass (Varlaam) - Alexander Peregudov, Tenor (Khroustschov, Boyar of Duma) - Georgi Nelepp, Tenor (Grigoriy, the false Dimitri) - Ivan Kozlovsky, Tenor (The Fool) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Bonus : Boris Godunov with Mark Reizen (1948) (Modeste Moussorgski)

20
Act II - Square in the Kremlin (Boris, People of Moscow, Boyars)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:04:41

Mark Osipovich Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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21
Act II - Tsars appartments in the Kremlin : "My heart is heavy" (Boris, People of Moscow, Boyars)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:04:55

Mark Osipovich Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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22
Act II - "What's this ?" (Boris, Nurse, Xenia, Feodor)
Evgenia Verbitskaya
00:03:46

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Evgenia Verbitskaya, Mezzo-Soprano (Xenia’s Nurse) - Elena Kruglikova, Soprano (Xenia, Boris’s daughter) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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23
Act II - Kremlin Scene : "I have attained the highest power" (Boris, Nurses chorus, Krushchov, Feodor)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:06:21

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Alexander Peregudov, Tenor (Khroustschov, Boyar of Duma) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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24
Act II - Kremlin Scene : "Most noble Lord and Tsar, thy servant" (Shchelkalov, Boris, Shuysky, Feodor)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:08:29

Ilya Bogdanov, Bass (Schelkalov) - Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act II - Kremlin Scene : "Ah ! I am suffocating" (Boris)
Evgenia Verbitskaya
00:03:53

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : Granovitaya Palata in the Kremlin (Boyars, Shuysky, Boris)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:04:41

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "Go away, child !" (Boris, Shuysky, Shchelkalov, Pimen, Boyars)
Nikandr Khanayev
00:03:32

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Nikandr Khanayev, Tenor (Prince Shuysky) - Ilya Bogdanov, Bass (Shchelkalov) - Maxim Mikhailov, Bass (Pimen) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "Once at eve" (Pimen, Boris)
Ilya Bogdanov
00:05:53

Maxim Mikhailov, Bass (Pimen) - Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "Farewell, my son, I am dying" (Boris)
Ilya Bogdanov
00:05:35

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor, Boris's son) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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Act IV - Death Scene : "The bell ! the passing bell !" (Boris, Feodor, chorus)
Elena Kruglikova
00:04:09

Mark Reizen, Bass (Boris) - Bronislava Zlatogorova, Mezzo-Soprano (Feodor) - Chorus and Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre - Nicolai Golovanov, Conductor - Modest Mussorgsky, Composer & Writer (after the drama "Boris Godunov" by Aleksandr Pushkin, revised by Nikolay Karamzin)

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