Vioolsolo BORIS LENSKY met Cinemaorgel. Mirror Transcription: Record Mini-Discography: Columbia (European) Roses of Picardy. Lyrics By: Accompaniment Type: Cinemaorgel. Bandmaster or conductor: Recording Place
Lensky expresses his delight at seeing Olga and she responds flirtatiously. Onegin tells Tatyana of his boredom in the country and describes the death of his uncle and his subsequent inheritance of a nearby estate. Filippyevna recognizes that Onegin has had a profound effect on Tatyana. Scene 2: Tatyana's room. Tatyana is dressed for bed. Restless and unable to sleep, she asks her nurse Filippyevna to tell her about her youth and early marriage. Tatyana confesses that she is in love.
Boris Khaikine, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Sergeï Lemeshev, Evegni Belov, Georgi Pankov Eugène Onéguine, Acte II, Deuxième tableau: Duel (Lensky et Onéguine). Leonid Sobinov, Unknown Orchestra Lensky's Aria. Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera House, Dimitri Mitropoulos, George London, Richard Tucker, George Cehanovsky Eugene Onegin : Act Ii - Duel Scene ky " (play). Margaret Baker, Patricia Johnson, Margaret Lensky, Kammerorchester des Norddeutschen Rundfunks, Hamburg, Sir Charles Mackerras, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg "Then since our charms have sped" - "A Dance" - The Groves Dance. Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Moscow, Zurab Sotkilava, Andrei Tchistyakov Eugene Onegin: Lensky Aria.
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- Matrix / Runout (Label Side 1): F 377
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