This second volume of songs takes Balakirev nearly to the end of his life. Includes twenty songs in all. Texts are in Russian only. Reprint edition.
The first of two volumes which cover nearly all of Balakirev's career. This volume contains twenty-three songs, all in the original Russian. Reprint edition.
Pianist Olga Kern presents a recital of music by Rachmaninov and Balakirev. Also includes Rachmaninov's Morceaux de Fantaisie, op. 3; and Polka de V.R. Also features Balakirev's In the Garden.
Recordings from the 1930s through 191. Balakirev: Piano Sonata in B flat minor -- Reverie -- Mazurka No. 6 in A flat major -- Islamey. Liszt: Piano Sonata. Lyapunov: Etudes d'Execution Transcendante, Op. 11.
Seven discs of Russian music as conducted by Herbert Von Karajan. With the Berlin Philharmonic and Philharmonia Orchestra.
…Op. 11 (1924-25) -- Quintet for Two Violins, Viola, Cello and Piano, Op. 57 (1940) -- Two Pieces for String Quartet, Sans Op. (1931) -- Polka by Mili Balakirev, arranged for two harps, Sans Op. With explanatory articles in Russian and English by Vera Zaitseva and Marina Raku. Color facsimiles.
Featuring Claudio Arrau, piano.
Glinka composed this quartet in 1829. The movements include an Allegro spiritoso, Andante con moto, Minuet and Trio, and Rondo. Reprint edition.
This disc also includes Balakirev's Islamey.
This disc features the premiere recording of Balakirev's Op. 3.
Included are: Rachmaninov's Vocalise; Scriabin's Etude; and Balakirev's Georgian Song.
Dubé plays music by Balakirev, Niemann, Pabst, and others.
Balakirev spent eight years composing his second symphony, which was finally premiered in St. Petersburg in 1909. This edition is a reprint of the first publication by Zimmermann in the same year. With a preface in German and English.
Walker performs waltzes, nocturnes and other shorter piano works by Balakirev.
This disc features mazurkas by Balakirev, as well as other smaller piano pieces.
Music by Tchaikovsky, Kalinnikov, Arensky, Balakirev with folk songs and liturgical music.
Verbaite plays music by Schubert, Chopin, Liszt, Grieg, Rachmaninov, and Balakirev.
Buccheri and Boldrey perform piano duets by Onslow, Reger, Wagner, Liszt, Grieg, and Balakirev.
and Saint-Saens, Balakirev, Bizet, Mussorgski, Strauss. Edited by Werner Seltmann and Guenter Angerhoefer.
Also: My Russia, by Mili Balakirev. Valery Gergiev conducts the London Symphony Orchestra. Hybrid SACD.