A collection of Russian Operatic Arias for Soprano and Piano from the 19th and 20th Century, edited by Fanning.
Includes CD of Piano accompaniments.
Borodin–Prince Igor (Yaroslavana): Ah! Bitterwoe!; Glinka–A Life for the Tsar (Antonida): Down the river is our village; Glinka–Ruslan and Lyudmila (Lyudmila): Captive and in dark despair; Mussorgsky–Sorochintsy Fair (Parasya): Ah, do not weep my darling ; Rachmaninov–Francesca da Rimini (Francesca): Ah, do not weep, my Paulo; Rimsky-Korsakov–Sadko (Sea Princess/Vlkhova):Dream walked by the riverside; Rimsky-Korsakov–The Tsar's Bride (Marfa): In Novgorod we lived not far from Vanya; Rimsky-Korsakov–The G olden Cockerel (Queen of Shemakha): All-seeing Sun, you rise in glory; Rimsky-Korsakov–Christmas Eve (Oksana): Why do so many people praise me?; Serov–Judith (Judith): I remember the days ofmy youth; Shostakovich–Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District (Katerin a): Look at nature;Tchaikovsky–Yevgeny Onegin (Tatyana): I cannot hide my love (letter scene); Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): When youreyes look down from old Nizhny town; Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): My beloved, where are you?; Tchaikovsky– Queen of Spades (Liza):Sorrow and fear overwhelm me.