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Shostakovich*, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kondrashin* - Symphony No. 8 in C Minor, Op. 65 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Symphony No. 8 in C minor, Op. 65, by Dmitri Shostakovich was written in the summer of , and first performed on November 4 of that year by the USSR Symphony Orchestra under Yevgeny Mravinsky, to whom the work is dedicated. It was named the 'Stalingrad Symphony' by the USSR.
  2. Dmitri Shostakovich - Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor Evgeny Mravinsky - Symphony No. 10 In E Minor, Op. 93 flac album download free.
  3. Shostakovich: Symphony No 15 In A Major Op – Maxim Shostakovitch/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra (LP, Vinyl record album).
  4. Shostakovich: Symphony No 8 / Jansons, Pittsburgh with Smoliar, Harold on CD. or the lacerating fierceness of the Moscow Philharmonic for Kondrashin, it nonetheless plays beautifully and with great enthusiasm. As a bonus, we are offered a few brief glimpses of Jansons at work in rehearsal. Symphony no 8 in C minor, Op. Excerpt(s.
  5. Kondrashin's main partner, Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, plays with precision if not always ultra-refinement under his baton. It's obviously a matter of personal taste in declaring "favorites", but I will single out Symphonies Nos. and as truly great performances (to /5(22).
  6. Jun 21,  · Kirill Kondrashin (6 March [O.S. 21 February] – 7 March ) was a Russian conductor. He was the artistic director of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra from to and premiered Shostakovich's Symphony No. 4 and No. 13 during this period.
  7. About. Kirill Petrovich Kondrashin was born in Moscow on March 6, , just before the fateful start of the First Word War. Little Kirill grew up in a musical family: his Jewish mother was a violinist from Riga, his father played the viola.
  8. Jun 16,  · For possible-possible supplements, perhaps check out some of the major Russian conductor names that are missing - some Mravinsky (no maybe in particular, but not no, which is rather poor), Kondrashin, Rozhdestvensky (the late Melodiya cycle, such as no.8 for example), and Maxim Shostakovich (no for instance).

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