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Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Credo (1996)

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Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Credo (1996)

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1. Come To Me, All You Who Labour
2. The Good Thief
3. Praise Ye The Name Of The Lord
4. Great Doxology
5. Cheruic Hymn: Cherubic Hymn
6. Symbol Of Faith (Creed)
7. Our Father
8. Blessed Is The Man
9. From My Youth
10. Let My Prayer
11. Gabriel Appeared
12. Strengthen, O Lord
13. We Praise Thee
Dmitri Hvorostovsky - Baritone St. Petersburg Chamber Choir Nikolai Korniev - conductor

 

This album is curiously packaged: the Latin title Credo on a recording of Russian liturgical music, sold not with religious symbolism but with a close-up of the heavy-lidded, dark eyes of Dmitri Hvorostovsky. Fortunately, the contents are eminently worthwhile. Hvorostovsky is, deservedly, one of the rising stars of our time, with a rich, chocolaty baritone consistently wielded with intelligence. The St. Petersburg Chamber Choir deserves to be better known; although they're frequently singing backup here, this is a beautifully disciplined, well-tuned ensemble, singing with meaning and with resonant voices. --Sarah Bryan Miller, amazon.com

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