A unique musical anthology that presents a panorama of church music in Russia from the origins to 1917, drawing on previously unpublished treasures of chant and Baroque polyphony in Russian archives, as well as the best-loved liturgical compositions, chant arrangements, and sacred concertos of the 19th-century choral repertoire. The volume includes 79 different titles by composers ranging from Ivan the Terrible and Fyodor Khristianin to Diletsky, Titov, Bortniansky, Lvov, Glinka, and Balakirev. Includes introductory article, critical notes, glossary of liturgical terms, composer biographies, and extensive bibliography.
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