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Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno, Iván Fischer
Fischer once again doesn’t disappoint; indeed, he’s brought to light elements of this work, in particular textural detaileven during the loud brass-led sections, the strings can still be heard... — More…
Dušan Popović (Igor Svyatoslavich), Valerija Heybal (Yaroslavna), Noni Žunec (Vladimir Igorevich), Žarko Cvejić (Vladimir Galitsky/Konchak), Melanija Bugarinović (Konchakovna), Dragutin Petrović (Ovlur), Dragomir Ninković (Skula), Nikola Jančić (Yeroshka), Biserka Cvejić (Yaroslavna’s Nurse/Polovtsian...
Popović strikes me as an excellent baritone, a muscular sound with ringing top notes. His is one of the best Prince Igors on disc – heroic and noble...Bugarinović has a dark, almost contralto-ish... — More…
Emil Gilels (piano), Leonid Kogan (violin), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Dimitry Tziganov (violin), Sergei Shirinsky (cello), with Rudolf Barshai (viola), with Yakov Shapiro (horn)
Mariusz Kwiecien (baritone)
Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz
[His signature roles] suggest a certain dashing Italianate quality that's refelcted in his voice: lighter, less rich and chocolatey than some Slavic rivals, for example Dmitri Hvorostovsky. But... — More…
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