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Rachmaninov: Zdes' khorosho, Op. 21, No. 7 (Single)

Aida Garifullina, RSO-Wien, Cornelius Meister

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12 Songs, Op.21  
No.7 Zdes' khorosh (arr. by M. Rot)
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Aida Garifullina; RSO-Wien; Cornelius Meister
Total Playing Time    2:17
"There is much that is wonderful about Garifullina’s voice. It’s big but beautifully, evenly produced throughout the range and has a lovely rich sheen."
- The Times of London

Award-winning Russian soprano Aida Garifullina is backed by the RSO-Wien on this single taken from her debut album for Decca. The programme highlights music by Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov, many in original, unique arrangements, as well as an enchanting folk song from Garifullina's homeland sung in her native Tatar language.

"It is a huge honour for me to join this incredible family of great artists and to share with you the truly beautiful music of my home."
- Aida Garifullina
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Music Group Limited Studio Masters

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