• ALC3143 Katalognummer
  • 5055354431432 EAN
  • 12CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Various Orchestras & Various Russian Conductors

Dirigent
Rozhdestvensky, Gennadi | Gergiev, Valéry | Mravinsky, Yevgeni | Barshai, Rudolf | Shostakovich, Maxim | Jurowski, Vladimir | Ivanov, Konstantin | Rostropovich, Mstislav | Serov, Edward | Kondrashin, Kirill

Medvirkende
Leiferkus, Sergei | Monogorova, Tatiania | Gromadsky, Vitaly

Komponist
Shostakovich, Dmitri

Ensemble
The USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra | The Yurlov Russian Choir | Mariinsky (Kirov Orchestra) | Mariinsky Chorus | Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra | USSR Symphony Orchestra | West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Köln | London Symphony Orchestra | London Philharmonic Orchestra | USSR State Symphony Orchestra | Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra | St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra

Plateselskap
Alto

Verk

Disc 1 of ALC 3143  [66:55]
Symphony No.1 in F minor, Op. 10 [33:23]
Symphony No.3 in E flat major, Op.20 ‘First of May’[33:21]
(‘Pervomayskaya’) Words from original poem by S. Kirsanov

The USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra
The Yurlov Russian Choir, Artistic Director: Stanislav Gusev
Chief Choir Master: Rosalia Pergudova
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Symphony 1 recorded Moscow 1985,
Symphony 3 recorded Moscow 1984,

Disc 2 of ALC 3143  [71:51]
Shostakovich: Symphony No.2 in B major, Op.14 ‘To October’ [19:16]*
Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 ‘The Year 1917’ [37:02]**
Theme & Variations in B flat major, Op.3 [15:16]***

Mariinsky (Kirov) Orchestra, Mariinsky Chorus / Valéry Gergiev*
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Yevgeni Mravinsky**
USSR Symphony Orchestra/ Gennadi Rozhdestvensky***
2009 and 2010,  Mariinsky Concert Hall, St Petersburg; Sung in Russian.(sym.2)
(Theme & Vars): Recorded in Studio 1 of the Moscow Radio, 1970) (
No.12): Recorded at the Grand Hall of the Leningrad Philharmonia 1962/3

Disc 3 of ALC 3143  [62:02]
Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 [62:02]

West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Köln / Rudolf Barshai
Recorded: April & June 1996, Philharmonie, Köln, Germany

Disc 4 of ALC 3143  [73:40]
Music from the Gadfly [19:47]
[1] Overture                        
[2] Folk Feast (National Holiday)
[3] Barrel Organ Waltz    
[4] Galop                
[5] Romance                    
[6] Finale                                 
Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.47 [53:43]

London Symphony Orchestra / Maxim Shostakovich
Recorded Abbey Road London 1990/1991,

Disc 5 of ALC 3143  [77:54]
Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op.54  [30:18]
Symphony No. 14 in G minor, Op.135  [47:35]

Sergei Leiferkus; Tatiania Monogorova
London Philharmonic Orchestra / Vladimir Jurowski
Recorded live at the Southbank Centre, Feb 2013 (6th) Feb 2006 (14th)

Disc 6 of ALC 3143  [71:23]
Symphony No.7 in C major, Opus 60 “LENINGRAD”

USSR State Symphony Orchestra / Konstantin Ivanov
Recorded  1962 Studio 1 Moscow Radio; Engineer:  L. Dneprovskaya

Disc 7 of ALC 3143   [61:13]
Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65

Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Yevgeny Mravinsky
(recorded live 1982, Leningrad): licensed from Leningrad Philharmonic via A-Tempo,  

Disc 8 of ALC 3143  [78:18]
Symphony No.9 in E-flat major *  [26:28]
Symphony No.15 in A major, Op.141 (1971) **  [40:25]
Festive Overture, Op.96 ***   
Scherzo for Orchestra in F sharp minor, Op.1 ***

Mariinsky Orchestra (Kirov), Valery Gergiev *
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra,  Kirill Kondrashin **
USSR Symphony Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky  ***
Symphony 15, recorded 17th May 1974 at Moscow Radio Concert Hall;  Scherzo and
Festive Overture recorded 1983, Moscow,  
Symphony 9 recorded Salle Pleyel, Paris 2015: Licensed from LSO Live Ltd

Disc 9 of ALC 3143  [59:22]
Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93

London Symphony Orchestra / Maxim Shostakovich
Venue: Abbey Road Studios, London, Date: January 1990

Disc 10 of ALC 3143 [72:33]
Shostakovich: Symphony No.11 in G minor, Op.103 ‘The Year 1905’

London Symphony Orchestra / Mstislav Rostropovich
Recorded March 2002, Barbican, London for issue LSO 0535.

Disc 11 of ALC 3143  [69:05]
Incidental Music for King Lear, Op. 58a  [13:11]
[1]  Return from the Hunt                                                       
[2]  At the Hut                                                                          
[3]  In Regan's Castle                                                              
[4]  The Camp                                                                          
[5]  March                                                                                
[6]  Trumpets                                                                          
[7]  Cordelia's Ballad*                                                              
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13 ‘Babi Yar’  [55:43]
for Bass, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 113
St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra    Conductor – Edward Serov
Mezzo-soprano – Nina Romanova*
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra; Yurlov Russian Choir
Bass – Vitaly Gromadsky    Conductor – Kirill Kondrashin
Symphony 13: recorded 1962
King Lear recorded 1984 Melodiya Moscow,

Disc 12 of ALC 3143  [50:24]
Bonus disc of the 10th Live legendary World Premiere, 1954

Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra / Yevgeny Mravinsky
“this recording has been notorious, both for the unrestrained excitement
of the performance and the near-catastrophic live recording quality with
Soviet technology and winter coughs combined.
Now re-mastered again successfully!”

ALL Re-mastered by Paul Arden-Taylor  (www.dinmorerecords.co.uk)

Produktbeskrivelse

(5th):”However committed you are to any other interpretation, his demands to be heard.”(Gramophone);(6th/14th): BBC Music Magazine Disc of the Month Nov.2014
(8th): Mravinsky's live recording of the Eighth of capital importance and demands to be heard: the Leningrad audience is struck dumb by it.”  (Gramophone)
(10th): deeply moving. ....Maxim Shostakovich should be compared with Haitink for noble sobriety” (Gramophone)
(11th): “A superb performance with excellent sound makes this a benchmark recording and my top CD choice of the year. Shostakovich fans ignore this release at their peril !” (MusicWeb)  
(13th): So it’s significant this is once again made available, especially in such a memorably intense performance.” (Gramophone)
(15th) “a superbly vivid Fifteenth, generally hard-driven à la Mravinsky but here far more convincingly poised” (Gramophone)

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