Moscow's beloved Bolshoi artists provide another stunning season of ballet, as evidenced by this four-disc set of mesmerizing productions recorded during 1989-1990. First, a revival of "Raymonda" by Glazunov features Natalya Bessmertnova and Yuri Vasyuchenko in the lead roles. Next, Prokofiev's "Ivan the Terrible" conquers the stage in a performance conducted by Algis Zhuraitis, with Irek Mukhamedov and Bessmertnova taking center stage. Then, Alexander Kopylov conducts "The Stone Flower" by Prokofiev, featuring Nikolai Dorokhov and Ludmila Semenyaka leading the ensemble. Finally, Khachaturian's spectacular "Spartacus" stars Mukhamedov and Alexandr Vetrov. 8 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English PCM stereo; Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish.