Variously: Madamoiselle Nikita (Louisa Margaret Nicholson), Maria Klimentova-Muromtzeva, Maria Ivanova Gutheil, Therésè Leschetizkaya-Dolinina, Elizaveta Lavroskaya, soprano ; Adele Borghi, Eugenia Jurjevna Werdan, mezzo-soprano ; Elena Gerhardt, Arthus Nikisch, Leo Tolstoy, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, narrator ; Vasily Samus, Nikolai Figner, Lavrentii Donskoi, Evgeny Dolinin, tenor ; Jules Conus, Jan Hrímalý, Jascha Heifetz, Eddy Brown, Michael Press, violin ; Anatoly Brandukov, Joseph Press, violoncello ; Sergei Taneyev, Josef Hofmann, Anna Essipova, Paul Pabst, Anton Arensky, Sandra Droucker, Vladimir Wilschaw, Egon Petri, Paul Juon, Leonid Kreutzer, Leo Conus, Waldemar Liachowsky, Julius Block, Pyotr Schurovsky, piano ; The Choir of the Synodical School of Moscow
Works for combinations of piano, instrumental ensemble, voice and narrator.
Program notes by John Maltese, John Anthony Maltese, Gregor Benko, and Ward Marston, biographical notes, facsims. from Block's autograph books (with translations), transcriptions of announcements and spoken word selections (the Russian and German in English translation) with bibliographical references (70 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Vocal selections sung in Russian, French, German, and Italian; announcements and spoken word selections in Russian, German, and English.
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