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|1. Symphony No. 2 In B Minor: I. Allegro moderato|
|2. Symphony No. 2 In B Minor: II. Scherzo (Prestissimo)|
|3. Symphony No. 2 In B Minor: III. Andante|
|4. Symphony No. 2 In B Minor: IV. Finale (Allegro)|
|5. Night On Bald Mountain|
|6. Khovanshchina: Dance Of The Persian Slaves|
|7. In The Steppes Of Central Asia|
|8. Prince Igor: Overture|
|9. Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances|
The tempo of all the pieces is too fast. It is as though too many pieces were crammed onto the disc.Published 10 months ago by Time Traveler
I should Qualify: I'm not a music critic, I just know when I hear something I LIKE.
Borodin has a Solid Place in the community of accomplished musicians/composers, and ITSoCA... Read more
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Good recordings and performances of a somewhat disjointed collection (Bald Mountain is out of place and not the best perfomance of that piece). Read morePublished on August 16, 2004 by K. E. Wilson
The range of the performances on this CD is fairly large. The Mussorgsky is poorly done. The Pittsburgh Orchestra hardly gives credit to the grandiose and gothic portrait of Bald... Read morePublished on January 24, 2002 by philistine
Why all the fretting over Steinberg's Bald Mountain? Like its disc-mates, it's simply splendid. Faster and more intense than most, it is crisply executed, with ferociously... Read morePublished on August 8, 2001 by "davidissimo"
The Vienna Phil playing Borodin with Kubelik? What a weird combination that works wonderfully. One of the better Borodin Symphony Number 2's out on the market (a piece that is... Read morePublished on January 31, 2000 by Gregory M. Zinkl