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Synonyms for Shostakovich

Russian composer best known for his fifteen symphonies (1906-1975)

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Pyke assesses Britten's friendship with Shostakovich in light of both composers' uneasy relationships with Stravinsky.
Ashkenazy, St Petersburg Philharmonic, Decca, 1997, is very fine and also has 54 secs of Shostakovich broadcasting in besieged Leningrad in 1941.
We do not know when the documents entered the archive or who deposited them; but in 2014, the Dmitri Shostakovich Archive made facsimiles of some of the manuscripts and published the excerpts in volume 23 of the New Collected Works edition of the composer's music (6).
En El ruido del tiempo Barnes presenta la particular posicion de Shostakovich frente al poder dictatorial sovietico.
Widely regarded as definitive interpretations, the Quartet's cycles of the complete Shostakovich quartets have been performed all over the world, including in Vienna, Zurich, Frankfurt, Madrid, Lisbon, Seville, London, Paris and New York.
Shostakovich dedicated the symphony to the city of Leningrad, which from September, 1941 to 1944 was blockaded and starved by the German Army, resulting in the deaths of an estimated 1 million residents.
The orchestrations are classic Shostakovich, sometimes reminiscent of the symphonies, as when the xylophone doubles the violin lines.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- ystanbul's Cemal ReE-it Rey Concert Hall (CRR) is in the midst of celebrating the life and work of the great Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich.
The Worcester Chamber Music Society will explore the music of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich during its 2013 Summer Festival concerts that get underway Tuesday, with other performances July 11, 16 and 18.
Meanwhile, we're at the finish line on our Shostakovich project.
The drama of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-75) life and times has tended to overshadow the study of his music, says Rofe (music, U.
An enticing mix of Vaughan Williams, Shostakovich, Delius and Sibelius, plus a top orchestra and an exciting young soloist.
Music for Silenced Voices: Shostakovich and His Fifteen Quartets, by Wendy Lesser.
Yesterday's award was presented to the orchestra for its recording of Symphony No 10, by Russian 20th-century composer, Shostakovich.
9, 1975--as if it were last week find it hard to realize that for today's college students, Shostakovich is as historical a figure as Verdi or Vivaldi.