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PROKOFIEV, Utah Symphony Orchestra, Thierry Fischer

Alexander Nevsky / Lieutenant Kije Suite

Alexander Nevsky Russia under Mongolian Tyranny (3:29) Song of Alexander Nevsky (3:50) The Crusade in Pskov (7:28) Arise, People of Russia (2:06) The Battle on the Ice (13:46) The Field of the Dead (6:13) Alexander enters Pskov (4:31) Lieutenant Kijé Suite Kijé’s Birth (3:58) Romance (3:51) Kijé’s Wedding (2:33) Troika (2:42) Kijé’s Funeral (5:22)
  • Utah Symphony Orchestra - orchestra
  • Thierry Fischer - conductor
  • PROKOFIEV
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Nr kat.: FR735
Label  : Reference Recordings

Reference Recordings is proud to present the Utah Symphony conducted by Thierry Fischer, in grand new performances of Alexander Nevsky and the Lieutenant Kijé Suite, two of Prokofiev’s most brilliant and dramatic musical works. The music of Lieutenant Kijé was originally written as the score to the film of the same name, released in March 1934. It was Prokofiev’s first film music and his first commission. Prokofiev soon adapted it into the five-movement Lieutenant Kijé Suite, first performed in December 1934, and which quickly became a favorite in the international concert repertoire. Then, in 1938, Prokofiev collaborated with film director Eisenstein to create the score for the film Alexander Nevsky. He later adapted much of his score into the large-scale cantata for mezzo-soprano, orchestra and chorus featured on this recording. Founded in 1940, the Utah Symphony performs more than 175 concerts each season and offers patrons access to world-class live musical performances of the world’s greatest music in the state’s top venues. Since being named the orchestra’s seventh music director in 2009, Thierry Fischer has attracted leading musicians and top soloists, refreshed programming, drawn increased audiences, and galvanized community support. In addition to numerous regional and domestic tours, the Utah Symphony has made seven international tours and performed at Carnegie Hall in Spring 2016 coinciding with the orchestra’s 75th-anniversary celebrations. The Utah Symphony has released more than 100 recordings, including recent Reference Recordings releases of Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 and Symphony No. 8, Andrew Norman’s Switch, Nico Muhly’s Control, and Augusta Read Thomas’ Eos.