Who gets the Hut of Baba Yaga airborne?

It is essential (at least in the minds of some listeners) that in the Ravel orchestration of Moussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, this segment should be conducted so as to get the Hut of Baba Yaga airborne as a weird and wonderful bird-morphic menace.

None of the versions I’ve heard lately (including the two recordings I own) do more than have the Hut rumble ineffectually down the runway.

In which CD performance do the conductor and orchestra succeed in getting it to take flight?

yes, I know this thread could set a record for Fastest Disappearance of an Obscure Question.

If I remember the legend correctly, Baba Yaga’s hut just walked around on chickens legs, it was the pestle and mortar that flew. Chickens don’t fly, do they?

Besides, the specific picture was the design for a clock that didn’t move at all.

I swear I read the OP twice before I realized this wasn’t a Star Wars thread.