Toccata Classics
Disc No: TOCC 0112
Price: Sek. 81
Name: Shebalin
  A capella choral cycle


The Siberian-born Vissarion Shebalin (1902–63) is best known for his instrumental music, which includes five symphonies and nine string quartets, some of which have been heard on CD, but this is the first recording of the eight delightful, and very Russian, choral cycles he wrote from 1949.
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ComposerOpusMusicKey Performer
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 42 Five Choruses. Words by A. Pushkin   Russkaya Conservatoria Chamber Capella, choir - Nikolay Khondzinsky
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 47 Three Choruses to Words by M. Lermontov  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 44 Three Choruses to Verses of A. Sofronov  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 45 Six Choruses to Words by M. Tank  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 50 Four Choruses to Words by M. Isakovsky  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 52 Three Choruses to Verses by Moldavian Poets  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 57 To my Grandchildren: Four Choruses for Children  
Shebalin, Vissarion Op. 59 In the Forest Clearing: Seven Choruses for Children  
Shebalin, Vissarion   ‘Oh, my Dawn!’, from the film Glinka  

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