Shostakovich, Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ladislav Slovák - Symphonies No. 2 'October' ● No. 15 album download
|1||Symphony No. 2 In B Major, Op. 14, 'October'||19:29|
|Symphony No. 15 In A Major, Op. 141|
- Recorded At – Concert Hall Of The Slovak Radio
- Chorus – Slovak Philharmonic Chorus (tracks: 1)
- Chorus Master – Jana Rychlá (tracks: 1)
- Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich
- Conductor – Ladislav Slovák
- Engineer – Hubert Geschwandtner
- Liner Notes – Keith Anderson
- Orchestra – Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra*
- Painting [Cover] – Benjamin Chai
- Producer – Leoš Komárek
NotesMade in Canada
|8.550624||Shostakovich*, Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Ladislav Slovák||Shostakovich*, Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra*, Ladislav Slovák - Symphonies No. 2 'October' ● No. 15 (CD)||Naxos||8.550624||Germany||1993|
Symphony No. 2 In B Major, Op. 14, 'October'. Symphony No. 15 In A Major, Op. 141. 2. Allegretto.
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The Symphony No. 141, Dmitri Shostakovich's last, was written in a little over a month during the summer of 1971 in Repino, outside St. Petersburg. It was first performed in Moscow on 8 January 1972 by the All-Union Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra under Maxim Shostakovich. The work has four movements, the middle two being played without interruption: Allegretto. Adagio – Largo – Adagio – Largo. Adagio – Allegretto – Adagio – Allegretto.
Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 2 And 15. "Please retry". Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. 2, Op. 14, "Oktyabryu" (To October): Symphony No. 14, "October". 141: I.
Dark Angular Brooding Flashy Ironic Lyrical Melancholy Quirky Sarcastic Somber Thoughtful Tragic Triumphant. Ladislav Slovak, Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Hubert Geschwandtner. Conductor, Primary Artist.
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Shostakovich: Symphonies 2 and 15. Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava Orchestra, Ladislav Slovak Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 5 Length: 1:03:45. Naxos Rel. 15 Sep 1992 Recorded 1989-1990. CD 1. Dmitri Shostakovich Composer. Symphony N. in Bb, O. 4 ('To October') Work. Slovak Philharmonic Chorus Chorus/Choir, Jana Rychlá Chorus/Choir Director, Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava Orchestra, Ladislav Slovak Conductor. 4 ('To October'). 5 in A, O. 41 Work. 15 doesn't suffer from the Second's unfortunate rhetoric, and structurally, it follows symphonic form in a very transparent manner. Yet this is one of Shostakovich's most cryptic essays, as enigmatic through personal symbolism and habitual secrecy as the Second is vague through political necessity.
Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Ladislav Slovak Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 7 Length: 1:13:17. Shostakovich: Symphonies 5 & 12. Bernard Haitink. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Shostakovich: Symphony N. 0.