Boris Christoff - Russian Songs Boris Christoff. Listen on Apple Music. Icon: Boris Christoff. Bulgarian and Russian Orthodox Chants. Boris Christoff - The Great Russian Bass Roles. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. О возможных способах покупки узнайте по телефону 8‑800‑333‑51‑73 или найдите реселлера.
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Evening Sacrifice - B. Christoff And The Choir Of The A. Nevsky Cathedral. The Oktavism Channel. Watch & Download. Хвалите имя Господное -Борис Христов /Boris Christoff. Ivan Alandjiiski - Аланджийски. Boris Hristov- Milost Mira (Bulgarian Orthodox Chant). Mnogaya Leta (Grant, Oh Lord, Many Years). Boris Christoff - Topic.
Russische Gesänge, Russian Melodies. Deutsche Grammophon's CD release of its 1977 collection of 12 Russian romances and folk songs is bound to please fans of bass Boris Christoff and of melancholy Slavic folk idioms. Christoff brings effortless authority and absolute commitment to this repertoire, for which his dark voice and strong sense of drama are ideally suited. His richly textured tone is solid from its depths to its gently floated falsetto.
Boris Christoff (Bulgarian: Борис Кирилов Христов, romanized: Boris Kirilov Hristov, IPA: ; 18 May 1914 – 28 June 1993) was a Bulgarian opera singer, widely considered one of the greatest basses of the 20th century. Born in Plovdiv, Christoff demonstrated early his singing talent and sang as a boy at the choir of the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia. His father had been a very popular cantor at Resen, attracting the faithful to the Exarchist church where he was chanting