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Alexander Gretchaninoff

The Name Game

Zvonï

Op. 66
Nancy McKibben, English lyrics
Secular
SSAA
English, Russian
PS009
Musica Russica
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In the realm of choral music, Alexandre Gretchaninoff (1864-1956) is best known for his monumental sacred choruses on a "symphonic" scale. But he was very versatile and productive in other areas of the choral repertoire, such as children's songs. "ZvonÏ" (loosely translated as "The Name Game") is a delightfully playful setting from his cycle Pcholka (The Honeybee), opus 66, from which Musica Russica has published a total of four best-selling titles.

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