"Finding Dzhulynka"
A Family's Search 
in Another Place for Another Time


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Vladimir Rosing, Tenor


The soundtrack of "Finding Dzhulynka" features a number of rare recordings by the famous Russian tenor, Vladimir Rosing.

Rosing came to prominence in Europe and America as a concert singer, choosing for repertoire little known songs by Russian composers and infusing them with drama and character in a way that captivated his audiences.

The subject matter was often peasant life in the kind of little villages (like Dzhulynka) that he knew so well.

Featured songs:
Dream on the Volga (Arensky)
Haida Troika (Folk Song)
The Sea (Borodin)
The Nightingale and the Rose (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Snowflakes (Grechaninov)
Why? (Tchaikovsky)
Don't Speak, Beloved (Tchaikovsky)
A Southern Night (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Virtus Antiqua (Glinka)
Song of the Poor Wanderer (Manikin-Nevstruev)
Werther's Aria (Massenet)
May Night:- Levko's Song (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Two Guitars (Folk Song)
The Island (Rachmaninov)

Treasures of the St. Petersburg State MuseumArchival recordings by Russian tenor Vladimir Rosing are also featured on the Nimbus Records Double-CD  "Treasures of the St. Petersburg State Museum" (NI 7915/6)

See a complete list of recordings by Vladimir Rosing

Listen to a BBC Interview with Vladimir Rosing