The Voyevoda (melodrama): Recordings

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This list of recordings of Tchaikovsky's melodrama for the play The Voyevoda (TH 22) does not claim to be exhaustive, but the following information is given, where known:

  • Names of solo performers, with their instruments or stage roles given in parentheses.
  • The name of the conductor of the orchestra or chorus.
  • The names of the orchestras, choruses or chamber ensembles performing on the recording. These have been standardised according to our List of Orchestras.
  • The date and place of the recording. "Live" indicates a public performance.
  • The format of the recording, whether this is a compact disc (CD), super audio compact disc (SACD), laser disc (LD), digital video disc (DVD), blu-ray disc (BR), digital download (DL) or vinyl record. The number 33, 45 or 78 indicates the playback speed of a vinyl record, followed by its size in inches, e.g. "33 (12")" would indicate a standard long-playing record. Performances on cassette or VHS tapes are not included in this discography.
  • The name of the record label (in italics), followed by the catalogue number of the disk.
  • The year that the recording was released (which may be years or decades after the original recording was made).
  • If only part of a work is available in a recording, the relevant sections or movements are indicated.

The symbol [*] indicates that a name is known or suspected to be a pseudonym for recording purposes. The true artists' names are given where these have been established.

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Kovalyov, Aleksey (conductor) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
Glumov, Aleksandr (narrator)
Recorded 1949. With spoken dialogue.

  • 33 (12") — Melodiya Д 015995-6 [1965]
  • 33 (12") — Melodiya С 10 15519/22 [1981]

Ovchinnikov, Vyacheslav (conductor) / Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
Recorded 1979.

  • 33 (12") — Melodiya С 10 18335 004 [1982]