Ja pomnju čudnoe mgnoven’e / I Remember a Marvelous Instant
Pesn’ Margarity / Marguerite's Song
Venecianskaja noč’ / Venetian Night
V krovi gorit ogon’ želan’ja / The Fire of Longing
Žavoronok / The Lark
Barkarola / Barcarolle
Ne govori, čto serdcu bol’no / Say Not That Your Heart is Pained
Five Songs on Poems by Anna Akhmatova Op. 27
Vocalise Op. 34/14
Ne poj, krasavica / Oh, Never Sing to Me Again Op. 4/4
Zdes’ horošo / How Fair is This Spot Op. 21/7
Vesennije vody / Spring Waters Op. 14/11
Seven Romances on Poems by Alexander Blok for Soprano and Piano Trio Op. 127
In four programs this season, acclaimed Russian singers present rarely heard song repertoire from their native country. The series opens with soprano Olga Peretyatko and pianist Elena Bashkirova, who perform Prokofiev’s settings of texts by Russian poet Anna Akhmatova, Shostakovich’s Seven Romances, composed in 1967 for the unusual combination of soprano voice and piano trio, and songs by Mikhail Glinka and Sergej Rachmaninoff.
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