Beethoven Hall

5 November, 19:00
Part I

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
Coriolanus Overture, op. 62

Arranged for piano four-hands

Alexei Goribol (piano)
Polina Osetinskaya (piano)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
Sonata No. 23 F minor, op. 57 (Appassionata)

Alexei Goribol (piano)

Franz LISZT
Arbeiterchor

for male choir, bass and piano (1848), S. 552

Vladimir Komovich (bass)
Alexei Goribol (piano)


Part II

Isaak DUNAEVSKY

“Be Glorious, The First General” on poem by Mikhail Inyushkin

for tenor, bass, mixed choir and piano

Boris Rudak (tenor)
Vladimir Komovich (bass)

“Flying, Pigeons!” on poem by Mikhail Matusovsky
for mixed choir and piano

“Do Not Call for Love” on poem by Anatoly d`Aktil
(from the film “My Love”)

Svetlana Shilova (mezzo-soprano)

“Song of the Captain” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
(from the film “The Children of Captain Grant”)

Konstantin Shushakov (baritone)

“Coming Soon” on poem by Sregei Alymov
for three female voices

Ekaterina Shcherbachenko (soprano)
Albina Latipova (soprano)
Svetlana Shilova (mezzo-soprano)

“There Are So Many Pretty Girls” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
(from the film “The Merry Fellows”)

Ivan Maximeiko (tenor)

“Anyuta’s Song” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
(from the film “The Merry Fellows”)

Ekaterina Shcherbachenko (soprano)

“Irina`s Romance” on poem by Viktor Tipot
(from the operetta “The Son of the Clown”)

Ekaterina Shcherbachenko (soprano)

“Maxim`s Romance” on poem by Viktor Tipot

(from the operetta “The Son of the Clown”)

Konstantin Shushakov (baritone)

“Sleep, My Boy” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach

(from the film “Circus”)

Ekaterina Shcherbachenko (soprano)

Overture to the film “The Children of Captain Grant”
Arranged for piano four-hand

Alexei Goribol (piano)
Polina Osetinskaya (piano)

“March of the Enthusiasts” on poem by Anatoly d`Aktil
(from the film “The Bright Path”)
for solo, mixed choir and piano

Albina Latipova (soprano)

“Song of the Motherland” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
for bass, for mixed choir and piano

Vladimir Komovich (bass) and all soloists

“A Dream Comes on the Doorstep” on poem by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
(from the film “Circus”)

Ekaterina Shcherbachenko (soprano)
Albina Latipova (soprano) and all soloists


The Chamber choir of Moscow Conservatory
Music Director: Alexander Soloviev