Prometheus ukranian male chorus – Промитей


Виконавець«Prometheus» ukranian male chorus
Альбом – Промитей / Prometheus
Видавець, каталожний номер: Location Sound Recording – LSR 7-31980 (Інші лейбли)
Рік видання – не зазначено
Джерело – платівка з колекції та оцифрування Andriy Vasylyk

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Перелік записів:

Сторона 1

01. Kosar / Косар
      muzyka: S.Liudkevych slova: T.Shevchenko
02. Chasom Ia Tuzhu / Часом я тужу
      muzyka: B.Kudryk
03. Hamaliia / Гамалія – solist: O.Tatunchak
      muzyka: M.Lysenko, slova: T.Shevchenko

Сторона 2

01. Ohni Horiat / Огні горять – solisty: I.Pawlichka, I.Kusznir
      muzyka: I.Vorobkevych, arandzer: S.Liudkevych, slova: T.Shevchenko
02. Rybalky / Рибалки – solist: I.Kusznir
      muzyka: S.Huliak-Artemovsky, slova: O.Bilyk
03. Oi Pushchu Ia / Ой пущу я – solist: Z.Czornobil
      muzyka: M.Lysenko
04. Karpaty / Карпати – solist: I.Pawlichka
      muzyka: I. Shamo / M.Hrynyshyn, slova: D.Lutsenko

• Music Director – MYKHAJLO DLABOHA
• Piano Accompaniment – HALIA MAZUROK REH, IRENE PELECH
• Administrative Director MYKOLA KASIAN

Інформація з обкладинки:

With the possible exception of the Italian tenor, no vocal range is more closely identified with an ethnic group than the Ukrainian bass. Already in the 18th century while the Ukrainian composers Bortnyansky and Berezovsky were serving as chorus masters to the Russian tsars, Ukrainian vocalists had begun to earn their reputation. They were in fact so highly regarded that Ukrainian singers were “imported” to Moscow and Petrograd for service in the tsars’ choirs.

Today, this reputation for fine, rich, deep voices lives on in the many excellent choirs that the Ukrainians have throughout the world. Foremost among these has been the “PROMETHEUS” Male Chorus of Philadelphia. Since its inception in 1963, “PROMETHEUS” has been known not only for the fine voices of its singers, both tenors and basses, but also for the enthusiasm and excitement that characterize its performance. This recording presents a generous sample of this excitement in the form of seven songs by Ukrainian composers of the 19th and 20th century. The lyrics are Ukrainian, but the music, like all fine music, speaks in a universal language.