Branko Krsmanovic: Branko Krsmanovich Chorus of Yugoslavia
Artist: Branko Krsmanovic
Title: Branko Krsmanovich Chorus of Yugoslavia
Label: Monitor Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
The Branko Krsmanovich Chorus of Yugoslavia was recorded in this performance at Carnegie Hall on November 29, 1960. The chorus originated as the Academic Chorus "Obilich, " founded in 1884 at Belgrade University. In 1945 the conductor for this tour, Bogdan Babich, began working with the group, then called the Academic Chorus "Branko Krsmanovich." in 1991, the group, working under the framework of the "Branko Krsmanovich" association, returned to their original name, "Obilich." Their eclectic mix of choral music includes Western classical music, folk songs from all over the world arranged for chorus and Negro spirituals.
1.1 Catulli Carmina (Songs of Catullus)
1.2 Salangadou (Creole Lament)
1.3 Soon Ah Will Be Done
1.4 Vospojte Gospodi, Iz "Cetiri Dohovni Stiha"
1.5 Macedonian Hora
1.6 Jugoslovenski Splet: Kolovodja, Po Jezeru Bliz Triglava, Vuprem Oci, U Mog Dike
1.7 Jadovanka Za Teletom (Lament for a Dead Calf)
1.8 Due "Villote Del Fiore"
1.9 Tonkaya Ryabina
1.10 Amurskie Volni