Shostakovich - Yuri Temirkanov, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphony No. 7, "Leningrad" download album
Orchestra – St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Jay David Saks. Recorded January 18-19, 1995 in the Large Shostakovich Philharmonic Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia. Matrix, Runout: IFPI L238 514419 X2J12.
Album · 2010 · 4 Songs. St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. 4 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes. Released: Apr 1, 2010. 2010 Signum Records. More By St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
This magnificent 2008 recording of Shostakovich's mighty Seventh Symphony with Yuri Temirkanov and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic is even better than the magnificent 1995 RCA recording with the same performers. The difference between the two is not one of timing, since most of the movements come in at nearly the same length, or of playing, because in both the St. Petersburg musicians perform with almost superhuman strength, and not even interpretation, because Temirkanov is still swinging for the fence and still hitting it out of the ballpark.
The Leningrad première of Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7 took place on 9 August 1942 during the Second World War, while the city of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) was under siege by Nazi German forces. Dmitri Shostakovich had intended the piece to be premièred by the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, but because of the siege, that group was evacuated from the city, as was the composer himself. The world première of the symphony was held on 5 March in Kuybyshev with the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
Free download and listen Shostakovich - Symphony No. 7: 'Leningrad'. Shostakovich - Symphony No. Tracks count: 4. Views: 3. St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Allegretto 28:39. St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Allegro non troppo 18:51. St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Adagio 13:52.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Dmitri Shostakovich & Yuri Temirkanov. I have a timpanist friend who judges all recordings by how well the timpani comes through - he would hate the opening of Yuri Temirkanov's new Shostakovich Seventh, because the bass lines are buried and blurry, including the timpani. It's the only caveat I can think of, because otherwise this is a splendid reading, exceeding my high expectations from Temirkanov's first recording made for RCA/BMG with the same St. Petersburg Phil.
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 7, "Leningrad". Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Serenade for Strings; Romeo & Juliet Overture etc. 16:05. Vladimir Ashkenazy, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C, O. 8 - 1. Pezzo in forma di sonatina: Andante non troppo - Allegro moderato.
Symphony No. 7, Op. 60 in C "Leningrad": Moderato (poco allegretto). Your browser does not support the audio element. Symphony No. 60 in C "Leningrad": Adagio. 60 in C "Leningrad": Allegro non troppo.
|Symphony No. 7, Op. 60 "Leningrad"|
|II. Moderato (Poco Allegretto)||10:26|
|IV. Allegro Non Troppo||18:28|
|09026-62548-2||Shostakovich* - Yuri Temirkanov, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra*||Shostakovich* - Yuri Temirkanov, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra* - Symphony No. 7, "Leningrad" (CD, Album)||RCA Victor Red Seal||09026-62548-2||US||1996|
|514419F||Shostakovich* - Yuri Temirkanov, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra*||Shostakovich* - Yuri Temirkanov, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra* - Symphony No. 7, "Leningrad" (CD, Album, RE)||Musical Heritage Society||514419F||US||1997|