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Alexander Nevsky [sound recording].

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Eckhart Public Library - Main CD SOUNDTRACK Alexander (Text) 840191000640249 Music - Main Floor Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: New York : RCA Victor Red Seal, p1995.

Content descriptions

General Note: Enhanced compact disc, plays in stereo and CD-ROM drive.
The complete film score.
Title from container.
This enhanced CD may not work on some older CD-ROM drives.
Minimum system requirements: MAC: 68040 with 8MB RAM, System 7.1 ; Windows 486/66 DX 28MB RAM, Windows 3/1 or Windows 95. (See container for more information.)
Program notes, synopsis, and transliteration of Russian texts with English translations (1 folded leaf : col. ill.) in container.
Formatted Contents Note: Prelude (3:47) -- The 13th century (1:29) -- Plescheyevo Lake : song about Alexander Nevsky (2:28) -- Pskov in flames (2:27) -- "Death to the blasphemer!" (3:16) -- Arise, people of Russia (4:13) -- The Teutonic camp (2:35) -- Nevsky's camp : night before the battle (:52) -- The battle on the ice, April 5, 1242 (6:08) -- Fight for Russia! (1:51) -- Spears and arrows (2:55) -- The duel with the grand master (1:22) -- The battle is won (3:33) -- The ice breaks (1:43) -- The field of the dead (5:37) -- Pskov : procession of the fallen and judgement of the prisoners (4:10) -- "And now let's celebrate!" (1:02) -- Final chorus (:49).
Participant or Performer Note: Evgenia Gorohovskaya, mezzo-soprano (15th work) ; the Chorus of St. Petersburg Teleradio Company, the Chamber Chorus of St. Petersburg, and the St. Petersburg Chorus Capella "LIK" (3rd, 5th-6th, 9th, and 18th works) ; St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra ; Yuri Temirkanov, conductor.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note: Recorded at Philharmonia Hall, St. Petersburg, Mar. 16 & 17, 1993.
Subject: Enhanced CD-ROM.
Orchestral music.
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with orchestra.
Genre: Motion picture music.

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