Russian Favorites (2004)
Sounds of Heaven (2004)

A collection of the Our Father, Otche Nash, as realized by many composers over several centuries; includes compositions by Rachmaninov, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Chesnokov, Shvedov, and Sheremetev, in addition to several contemporary settings.

A collection of our favorite Russian folk, traditional and composed songs for male chorus. Compositions by Sviridov, Mussorgsky, Schnittke and Chesnokov. Highlights: "Evening Bells", "Meadowlands", "Along the Piterskaya", and "My Soul Yearns for Heaven".

Mostly secular collection of Russian and 3 Georgian songs. Includes M. Mussorgsky's last compositions, the very widely-known "Song of the Volga Boatmen", and "Meadowlands".

Folk, composed, and Orthodox church music from Georgia, Armenia, Macedonia and Bulgaria. Deep basses and high tenors lift you with their expression of the Slavic soul in song.

Song of the Volga Boatmen (2000)
With Love, from the Balkans & Caucasus (2003)



A Slavyanka discography. Most tracks and CDs are available for download at the iTunes Store; CDs are also available through various online stores such as, CD Baby, and Harmonia Mundi.

Slavyanka in Concert (1999)
Konstantin Shvedov: Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom (1995)

Recorded live in Mission San Luis Obispo. A mix of sacred and secular songs including the the popular "Veniki", and "Priidye Spas' Dnes'" (with Khoomei Tuvan-style overtone singing).

Russia, Old and New (1991)
Russian Church Music (1988)

A combination of Russian choral music -- sacred and secular, classical and folk.

Liturgical music in celebration of the millennial anniversary of Russian Orthodoxy.

Shvedov, with Jaroff, was the primary arranger for the famed "Don Cossack" Chorus. He wrote this liturgy for male voice while living in New York in the 1930s, but it was never performed in his lifetime. Slavyanka had the honor of presenting the world premiere of this magnificent piece in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral.

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