S. RACHMANINOFF – BOGORODITSE DEVO. Soprano I, Voice with metronome · Emphasised voice and other voices · All voices. Soprano II, Voice with. “Bogoroditse Devo” by Sergei Rachmaninoff () is, very possibly, the most popular and widely performed piece of Russian Orthodox sacred music. Buy Bogoroditse Devo (Ave Maria) (SSAA) by Serg at Choral Sheet Music. The sixth movement of Rachmaninovs Verpers, op. 37, is a sett.
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The bogorkditse consists of settings of texts taken from the Russian Orthodox All-night vigil ceremony. Compositions by Sergei Rachmaninoff Choral compositions compositions Eastern Orthodox liturgical music Magnificat settings. Joya Logan alto John Bowen tenor.
MusicXML source file is in compressed. Original text and translations may be found at Ave Maria. Maureen Forrester mezzo-soprano Gene Tucker tenor.
All-Night Vigil (Rachmaninoff) – Wikipedia
However, in many parts there is three- five- bogoroitse, or eight-part harmony ; at one point in the seventh movement, the choir is divided into eleven parts. Volume 2, Imperial Russia, — The original Cyrillic is given as an aid for reconciling the Church Slavonic with the transliteration.
Web page content is available under the CPDL copyright license ; please see individual editions for their copyright terms. Alexander Myltsev submitted When Rachmaninoff initially played this passage through to Kastalsky and Danilin in preparation for the first performance, Rachmaninoff recalled that:.
Humbert tenor Philip Judge bass Brian du Fresne chimes. It was received warmly bogorodite critics and audiences alike, and was so successful that it was performed five more times within a month. I knew the voices of my countrymen Vsenoshchnoe bdenie All-Night VigilOp.
All-Night Vigil Liturgy of St. Sergei Rachmaninoff Number of voices: Before writing, Rachmaninoff had studied ancient bogorodirse under Stepan Smolenskyto whom he dedicated the piece.
Retrieved from ” https: Myers had “tracked down the recording” and “had to prevail bogorodiste heavily on the Soviet powers that be to make it part of their trade agreement with Angel”. The title of the work is often mis-translated as simply Vespers.
Thou Didst Rise from the Tomb. The Robert Shaw Festival Singers. Cyrillic text CPDL Numbers 1—6 contain settings from the Russian Orthodox Vespers service Russian: The fifth movement, Nunc dimittis Nyne otpushchayeshihas gained notoriety for its ending in which the low basses must negotiate a descending scale that ends with a low B-flat the third B-flat below middle C. The Encyclopedia of Censorship. This is both literally and conceptually incorrect as applied to the entire work: Words in Church Slavonic reformed with transliterations underneath for English-speaking singers.
This page was last edited on 19 Julyat English translation Rejoice, virgin mother of God, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you. Nikolai Danilin conducted the all-male Moscow Synodal Choir at the premiere. The first performance was given in Moscow on March 10,partly to benefit the Russian war effort.
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Rejoice, virgin mother of God, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you. This recording still has a legendary reputation, in part because of its extremely strong low basses, but also because of the solos by Klara Korkan and Konstantin Ognevoi. It has been praised as Rachmaninoff’s finest achievement  and “the greatest musical achievement of the Russian Orthodox Church”.
Academy Chamber Choir of Uppsala. Marco Voli submitted Transliteration, with word accentuation: Philip Legge submitted Olga Borodina alto Vladimir Mostovoy tenor. Because of Soviet anti-religious policiesthis record was never available for sale within the USSR, but was only made for the export market and private study. Sacred choral music by Sergei Rachmaninoff. Sarah Fryer mezzo-soprano Peter Butterfield tenor. English transliteration, using the editor’s modification of the Musica Russica system.
Choir of King’s College, Cambridge. Movements 4 and 9 each contain a brief tenor solo, while movements 2 and 5 feature lengthy solos respectively for alto and tenor.