Dmitri Hvorostovsky

Music, Classical and opera
The baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, accompanied by pianist Ivari Ilja, sings Rachmaninov's 'Child, thou art as Beautiful as a Flower', Op 8 No 2; 'Morning', Op 4 No 2; 'At the gates of the holy abode'; 'In my soul', Op 14 No 10; 'Night is Mournful', Op 26 No 12; 'Do you remember the evening?'; 'Again I am alone', Op 26 No 9; 'How fair this spot', Op 21 No 7; 'The Raising of Lazarus', Op 34 No 6; 'Lilacs', Op 21 No 5; 'I wait for thee', Op 14 No 1; and Shostakovich's 'Suite on Verses of Michelangelo Buonarroti', Op 145.