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Boris Godunov

Title
Boris Godunov [sound recording] / music and libretto by M. P. Mussorgsky ; based on A. Pushkin ; translated by David Lloyd-Jones.
Author
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich, 1839-1881.

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AudioUse in library *LDC 52578Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Additional Authors
  • Shiels, John (Bass)
  • Morrison, Ronald (Bass)
  • Elvin, William.
  • Brandt, Dennis.
  • Rouleau, Joseph.
  • Garrard, Don, 1929-2011
  • McAlpine, William, 1922-2004.
  • Robertson, John (Singer)
  • Denise, Gita.
  • Baird, Ann.
  • McQueen, Josephine.
  • Peters, Johanna.
  • Egerton, Francis, 1930-
  • Godfrey, Victor, 1934-
  • Graham, John Lawson.
  • Robertson, Duncan, 1924-2016.
  • White, Norman (Tenor)
  • Lloyd-Jones, David.
  • Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837.
  • Scottish National Orchestra. prf
  • Scottish National Chorus. prf
Description
1 sound tape reel (ca. 3 hrs.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips.; 7 in.
Uniform Title
Boris Godunov (1872). English
Alternative Title
Boris Godunov (1872).
Subject
Note
  • In ReCap box: 415.
Access (note)
  • Access to original reel restricted.
Credits (note)
  • Director, Michael Geliot ; designer, Ralph Koltai ; costumes, Georges Wakhevitch ; lighting Charles Bristow.
Event (note)
  • Broadcast on BBC, 1968.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Service compact discs (4 audio discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/ 4 in.) available in *LDC 52578.
Language (note)
  • Sung in English.
Call Number
*LT-7 5405
OCLC
770416617
Author
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich, 1839-1881.
Title
Boris Godunov [sound recording] / music and libretto by M. P. Mussorgsky ; based on A. Pushkin ; translated by David Lloyd-Jones.
Credits
Director, Michael Geliot ; designer, Ralph Koltai ; costumes, Georges Wakhevitch ; lighting Charles Bristow.
Performer
John Shiels (Mitiukha, a peasant) ; Ronald Morrison (Nikitich) ; William Elvin (Andrei Shchelkalov, a boyar, secretary to the Duma) ; Dennis Brandt (Shuisky, Prince Vasily) ; Joseph Rouleau (Boris Godunov, Tsar of Russia) ; Don Garrard (Pimen, a monk and chronicler) ; William McAlpine (Grigory Otrepiev, a novice monk) ; John Robertson (boyar in attendance and Lavitsky, a Jesuit) ; Gita Denise (Hostess) ; Ann Baird (Xenia, Tsarevna, daughter of Boris) ; Josephine McQueen (Fyodor Tsarevitch son of Boris) ; Johanna Peters (Nurse to Xenia) ; Francis Egerton, Victor Godfrey (Missail and Varlaam, monks) ; John Lawson Graham (Chernikovsky, a Jesuit) ; Duncan Robertson (simpleton) ; Norman White (Krushchov a Boyar) ; Scottish Opera Chorus ; Scottish National Orchestra ; David Lloyd-Jones, conductor.
Event
Broadcast on BBC, 1968.
Access
Access to original reel restricted.
Additional Formats
Service compact discs (4 audio discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/ 4 in.) available in *LDC 52578.
Language
Sung in English.
Local Note
Part of a collection of 7 inch tapes of recorded opera, batch loaded from AREV.
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Added Author
Shiels, John (Bass)
Morrison, Ronald (Bass)
Elvin, William. Performer
Brandt, Dennis. Performer
Rouleau, Joseph. Performer
Garrard, Don, 1929-2011, performer.
McAlpine, William, 1922-2004. Performer
Robertson, John (Singer)
Denise, Gita. Performer
Baird, Ann. Performer
McQueen, Josephine. Performer
Peters, Johanna. Performer
Egerton, Francis, 1930- Performer
Godfrey, Victor, 1934- Performer
Graham, John Lawson. Performer
Robertson, Duncan, 1924-2016. Performer
White, Norman (Tenor)
Lloyd-Jones, David. Translator. Conductor
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837. Boris Godunov.
Scottish National Orchestra. Performer
Scottish National Chorus. Performer
Research Call Number
*LT-7 5405
*LDC 52578
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