Lyadov’s handful of orchestral works have become concert favourites, but his choral music is as good as unknown. It falls into three main categories: religious chants, folksong arrangements and original compositions. All three confirm Lyadov’s status as a kind of Fabergé of music: they blend exquisite craftsmanship and delicate beauty.
The Academy of Russian Music Chamber Choir
Ivan Nikiforchin, choirmaster and conductor
Ten Settings from the Obikhod, Op. 61 (1909)*
Five Russian Folksongs (1902)
15 Russian Folksongs for Female Voices (1908)
Ten Russian Folksongs, arranged for female voices, Op. 45 (1899)
Three Russian Folksongs for Female Voices (1912)
Music to Maurice Maeterlinck’s Drama Sœur Béatrice, Op. 60 (1906)
Choruses from The Final Scene of Schiller’s ‘Die Braut von Messina’, Op. 28 (1878)
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Catalogue No: TOCC0614EAN/UPC: 5060113446145Release Date: 03.09.2021Composer: Anatoly Lyadov Artists: Academy of Russian Music,
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