Moscow Patriarch Choir of Christ the Saviour Cathedral. Choral director: Ilya Tolkachev. Патриарший хор Храма Христа Спасителя. Хоровое директор: Илья Толкачёв. Recording: February 2015, Christ the Saviour Cathedral Moscow (Russia). Cover photo: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and Big Stone Bridge in Moscow on a post card of 1905. Christophorus Records 2016. HD 1080p – Audio video). Moscow Patriarchal Choir. Hidden Music of the Russian Church: Sacred Chants After the Revolution 1917. NaxosofAmerica (от лица компании "Christophorus"). In Thy Kingdom Remember Us, O Lord.
Russian Patriarchate Choir Anatoly Grindenko direction. Moskevský patriarchální sbor - Drevnerusskij Raspev - 2011 - Moscow Patriarchal Choir. The Golden Cloudlet Russian Patriarchate Choir Anatoly Grindenko direction. Driving the Waves of the Volga - Russian Patriarchate Choir.
Russian Orthodox church music did not disappear after the 1917 revolution but continued to exist in a semi-underground state, partly because Stalin kind of liked the stuff and was in any event more worried about persecuting Shostakovich and other more potentially critical composers. Nevertheless, the composers represented on this collection all faced substantial danger at one time or another as a result of having remained in the Soviet Union . Highly recommended for lovers of the Russian choral sound.
Album · 2016 · 15 Songs. By A. V. ALEXANDROV - Sergey Godin, Moscow Patriarchal Choir & Ilya Tolkachev. ALEXANDROV - Evgeniya Tschishikova, Moscow Patriarchal Choir & Ilya Tolkachev. 4. The Lord's Prayer "Our Father". ALEXANDROV - Irina Taraburina, Moscow Patriarchal Choir & Ilya Tolkachev. 5. Praise the Name of the Lord in A Major. 6. Praise the Name of the Lord in D Minor.
Under the Soviet regime, most churches and the majority of monasteries were closed and the priests and monks expelled; ecclesiastical life became extremely difficult and was permanently under threat of reprisal. Numerous celebrated composers of sacred music were only permitted to publish secular compositions, but continued to work in secret.
Moscow Patriarchal Choir, Ilya Tolkachov Praise the Name of the Lord in D Minor. Moscow Patriarchal Choir, Ilya Tolkachov We Hymn Thee. Moscow Patriarchal Choir, Ilya Tolkachov It Is Meet and Right to Bless You, O Theotokos.
Moscow Patriarchal Choir, Ilya Tolkachev - Hidden Music Of The Russian Church: Sacred Chants After The Revolution 1917 (15xFile, MP3, Album, 320).
Moscow Patriarchal Choir. Ilya Tolkachev Conductor. Alexander Alexandrov Composer. Praise the Name of the Lord (A major). Praise the Name of the Lord (D major). The choir (‘patriarshiy’ should be translated ‘patriarchal’ rather than ‘patriarch’) is that of the vast Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, rebuilt in 1998, where the recording was made, and not only do they know exactly how to make the best of the enormous acoustical space, but engineer Alexander Kalashnikov’s recording is outstandingly good.
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