Our repertoire

 

Our repertoire includes a varied selection of music in different styles and from several centuries, including both the strictly liturgical and the more concert-like, secular music by Russian composers and choral arrangements of Russian folksongs. We sing in Russian, Church Slavonic and occasionally in other languages (e.g. Latin, English, Greek and Chinese).  

We have performed:

§       anonymous monodic chants and melodies used in Orthodox worship;

§       music composed or arranged in Imperial Russia by: Bortnyansky, Degtyaryov, L’vov, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Lyadov, Kastalsky, Chesnokov, and Grechaninov;

§       music composed or arranged in the Russian diasporas (Kedrov, Kovalevsky, Ossorgin, Shvedov) and in the USSR (Shebalin);

§       new music written for us by Kimho Ip.

 

 

Samples of our music from previous concerts:
  • Of Thy mystical supper by Alexey L'vov, 10 March 2013, Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling


  •  Nothing in the field sways (folk song),  23 February 2012, St. Cecilia's Hall, Edinburgh

  • Glory to God in the Highest by Dmitry Bortnyansky (1751-1825), St Mungo Festival service, 8 January 2012, Glasgow Cathedral
  •  Cherubic Hymn no. 7 by Dmitry Bortnyansky (1751-1825), West End Festival, 12June 2011

  •  Drawn-out Song by Lyadov, 21 June 2011, Glasgow Cathedral


  • Glorification of St Kentigern (znamenny chant), 8 June 2010, Glasgow Cathedral, conducted by Professor Alexey Rudnevsky

 

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igpV1oEnsV8





Nothing in the field.mp3

Glory to God 8Jan2012.mp3

cherubic2011june.mp3

drawn-out song.mp3

RusCap Glorification of St Kentigern.mp3

  • Video clip from concert on June 8, 2010, Glasgow Cathedral, conducted by Professor Alexey Rudnevsky

 

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