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Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Where Are You, My Brothers ? (2003)

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Dmitri Hvorostovsky – Where Are You, My Brothers ? (2003)

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1. Somewhere Far Away
2. Dark Is the Night
3. Unexpected Waltz
4. Where Are You, My Brothers?
5. On a Nameless Hill
6. Roads
7. Soldiers Are Coming
8. Cranes
9. In the Trenches
10. Sacred Stone
11. Katyusha
12. Cossacks in Berlin
13. My Moscow
14. Road to the Front
15. Hills of Manchuria
16. Lonely Accordion
17. Last Battle
Dmitri Hvorostovsky - baritone Spiritual Revival Choir of Russia Moscow Chamber Orchestra Constantine Orbelian - conductor

 

This disc is a real triumph for singing. One need not 'classify' this album as 'songs', or 'arias' or 'lieder', or 'cross-over'. Some tunes in the tracks are very well-known, at least for listeners who are born not too long after the Second World War.

The accompanying orchestra and the singer convey all there is need to be conveyed - the message, the mood, the atmosphere, all authentic and beautifully wrapped up. And the songs are very well-chosen, too. The singer and the producer simply put ALL their hearts into this production, as evidenced by the list of utmost beautiful choices. For an era past; for an ears that seek only beauty from humanity - get this album without further hesitation. ---Abel, amazon.com

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