Lonely man of revolutionary temperament!  Musorgsky

Musorgsky, Modest Petrovich (1839-1881, Russia)
Mussorgsky was one of the five Russian nationalist composers, roughly grouped under the influence of the unreliable Balakirev. Initially an army officer and later, intermittently, a civil servant, Mussorgsky left much unfinished at his death in 1881, nevertheless his influence on composers such as Janacek was considerable, not least in the association he found between speech intonations and rhythms and melody. Rimsky-Korsakov, a musician who had acquired a more conventional technique of orchestration and composition, revised and completed a number of Mussorgsky's works, versions which now may seem inferior to the innovative original compositions as Mussorgsky conceived them.

Conductor Jung Chi-yong
Narration Park Eun-hee, and Hong Seung-chan
Bass Yang Hee-jun
Orchestra Korean Symphony Orchestra

Symphonic poem - Ivanova noch'na Lisoy gore(St. John's Night on the Bare Mountain)
Lied - Pesnya blokha (Bass : Yang Hee-jun)
Suite - Pictures at an Exhibition

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