A collection of Russian Operatic Arias for Tenor and Piano, taken from 19th and 20th Century Repertoire. Edited by Fanning.
Vertovsky–Askold's Grave (Toropka) Soft! A gentle zephyr goes; Glinka–A life for the Tsar (Sobinin) Brothers in arms; Glinka–Ruslan and Lyudmila (Bayan) In a distant Land; Dargomyzhsky–Rusalka (Prince): Here all things remind me of days gone forever; Boro din–Prince Igor (Vladimir): Ah!Hear my call!; Mussorgsky–Boris Godunov (HolyFool) Weep, my eyes, with bitter tears flowing; Mussorgsky–Sorochintsy Fair (Gritsko): Ag, why, my heart, with such sorrow laden?; Tchaikovsky–Eugene Onegin (Lensky): I love you , I love you, Olga & Farewell, farewell, o springtime all too fleeting; Tchaikovsky–Mazeppa (Andrey): Wherebattle rages, and honour calls me; Tchaikovsky–The Queen of Spades (German): Once I could march towards my goal & What is our life?;Rimsky-Korsakov –May Night (Levko):Sleep, My love; Rimsky-Korsakova–The Snow Maiden (Tsar Berendey): How rich, how wondrous rich & The glorious day is going;Rimsky-Korsakova–Sadko (Sadko): Dark the oak-trees in the wildwood growing!; (Indian Merchant): Unnumbered Diamo nds; Rimsky-Korsakov–The Tsar's Bride (Lykov): Calm now the angry sky; Shostakovich: The Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District (Shabby Peasant): Cousin Masha makes me laugh.