Karel Prusa [Count Vilem of Harasov] Vaclav Zitek [Bohus of Harasov] René Tucek [Adolf of Hasarov] Marcela Machotkova [Julie] Karel Berman [Filip] Vilem Pribyl [Jiri] Beno Blachut [Benda] Daniela Sounova [Terinka] Ivana Mixova [Lotinka] Kantiléna Children's Chorus The Kühn Mixed Choir Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra Jiri Pinkas (conductor)
Ivan Susanin (A Life for the Tsar): Act II, Mazurka and Finale
Nicola Ghiuselev [Ivan Susanin] Elena Stoyanova [Antonida] Hristina Angelakova [Vanja] Roumen Doikov [Bogdan Sobinin] Nikolai Stoilov [Russian Soldier] Angel Petkov [Polish Messenger] Dimiter Stanchev [Sigizmund the Third] Bulgarian Television and Radio Mixed Choir [Peasants, Russian volunteers, ladies-in-waiting, Polish knights, soldiers, etc.] Bulgarian Television and Radio Symphony Orchestra Ivan Marinov (conductor)
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