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  1. Opera
    We've been discussing in the Opera on CD thread our preferences for the pieces included in a Boris Godunov recording, composed by Modest Mussorgsky and also re-orchestrated by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Dmitry Shostakovich. Between the multiple options of these scores, I've thought we could...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    Hi, i'd like to find some music that matches the style of "Bydlo" by Modest Mussorgsky and/or to "Saturn" by Holst, also i'd like to know if someone do know some pieces/composers that are/do music like these pieces from William Stromberg for "Trinity and Beyond"...
  3. Recorded Music and Publications
    Hi everyone! Does anyone know if Radu Lupu ever played/recorded anything by Modest Mussorgsky? Thanks
  4. Classical Music Discussion
    So, as I talked about in the thread "Pieces that have blown you away recently", I recently listened to Mussorgsky's original version of "Night on Bald Mountain" and I loved it. It's way different from the Rimsky-Korsakov version. Mussorgsky had a lot of original and unique ideas and I can tell...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    Ockay if im correct in no particular order i name the six :Prokofiev, Stravinsky, mussorgsky, rimsky-Korsakov, shostakovitch, tchaikovsky. Who are your favorite of this list Here my answer to this 1- mussorgsky because he make the prettiest music, yet powerfull 2- Prokofiev same reason as...
  6. Orchestral Music
    Does anybody know a site onlie where I can buy the score to Henry Woods orchestration of Pictures at an exhibition by Mussorgsky? Help would me much appreciated!
  7. Classical Music Discussion
    Could somebody please point me towards some recordings of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" that are available on the internet for free listening? Thanks very much. PS: I'm not looking for Ravel's orchestration (or anybody else's for that matter).
  8. Classical Music Discussion
    I first heard Pictures at an Exhibition as a piano sonata (the Mussorgsky version). But this was a long time ago and I didn't pay much attention to it then. I only became an admirer of the work after I was introduced to Ravel's orchestration. Recently, I once again listened to the original -...
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