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Dmitri Shostakovich - Symphony No. 13 "Babi Yar" For Bass, Chorus And Orchestra Op.113 mp3 download
Performer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Title: Symphony No. 13 "Babi Yar" For Bass, Chorus And Orchestra Op.113
Released: 1993
Style: Modern
Rating: 4.5/5
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FLAC size: 1631 mb | MP3 size: 1446 mb | WMA size: 1281 mb
Genre: Classical

Live Première of the 13th Symphony recorded in the large hall of the Moscow conservatory on Decembre 20. 1962. The work was immediately censured because of the first selected poem by Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

Symphony No. 13 in B-Flat Minor for Bass, Chorus & Orchestra, Op. 113, "Babi-Yar": I. Babi-Yar. State Academy Symphony Orchestra of USSR, Georgy Seleznev, Yuri Temirkanov. Classical Collection Master Series, Vol. 117.

Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 13 in B-flat minor (Op. 113), often called Babi Yar after the Yevtushenko poem in the first movement, was completed on July 20, 1962, and first performed in Moscow in December of that year. The hour-long work requires a bass soloist, men's chorus, and large orchestra and is laid out in five movements, each a setting of a Yevgeny Yevtushenko poem. This unusual form gives rise to various descriptions: choral symphony, song cycle, giant cantata.

Shostakovich (Rozhdestvensky) – Symphony N. 3 Babi Yar - I. Adagio (Bab. 5:16. CD 10. Maxim Shostakovich, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Peter Mikulas (bass), Prague Philharmonic Male Choir – . hostakovich Symphony N. 3, o. 13 Bab. :41. Sergei Koptchak, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy – 4. Largo - Fears. Dmitri Shostakovich – Symphony N. 3 Babi Yar - V. A Caree. 5:57. Sergei Alexashkin, Sergei Aleksashkin, Sir Georg Solti, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mens Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Orchestra – 1. Adagio - Babi Yar. 12:07. London Symphony Orchestra/Andr Previn/Dimiter Petkov/London Symphony Chorus/Richard Hickox – Symphony No. 13 in B flat minor, Op. 11. 2:09. Mstislav Rostropovich feat.

Album · 1993 · 5 Songs. 113 "Babi-Yar": I. Babi Yar. Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ladislav Slová, Peter Mikuláš & Slovak Philharmonic Chorus. 2. Symphony No. 13 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 113 "Babi-Yar": II. Yumor (Humor). 113 "Babi-Yar": III. V Magazine (At The Store).

London Symphony Orchestra/Andr Previn/Dimiter Petkov/London Symphony Chorus/Richard Hickox – Symphony No. 2:43. Beethoven Orchester Bonn & Roman Kofman – Shostakovich Symphony No. 13 in B fla. 1:19. Saint Petersburg Orchestra of the State Hermitage Museum Camerata, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Estonian National Male-Voice Choir, Saulius Sondeckis, Sergei Baikov – Symphony No. Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyril Kondrashin – Symphony No. 13 Babi-yar On Poems By Evgen. 2:56.

Dmitri Shostakovich – Symphony No. 15 in A Major, Op. 141 . 8:24. The Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic – Romeo and Juliet, H 79, Act II IV. Scherzo. Kiril Kondrashin Conducting The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Male Chorus Featuring Vitaly Gromadsky – Symphony No. 3:40. 1:37. :06. Kyril Kondrashin, The Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Society – Symphony No.

113 "Babi Yar": II. Humour. 5 In D Minor, Op. 47: IV. Allegro Non Troppo.

113, Babi Yar: II. Allegretto - Humour from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Orchestra Sinfonica Di Milano Giuseppe Verdi. Count: 1. Views: 3. Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13, Op. 113 "Babi Yar" tracks. 113, Babi Yar: II. Allegretto - Humour. Beautiful Clasical Melodies. Shostakovich: All Symphonies. Dmitri Shostakovich: Complete String Quartets Vol. I. Shostakovich - String Quartets. Shostakovich: Concertos.

Tracklist

1 Babi Yar 14:59
2 Humor 7:48
3 In the shop 11:06
4 Terror 10:30
5 Quarry 12:03

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Vitaly Gromadsky
  • Choir – A.A. Yurlov Choir Moscow, Государственный Академический Русский Народный Хор Им. М. Е. Пятницкого
  • Conductor – Kiril Kondrashin
  • Orchestra – Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

Notes

Live of the 13th Symphony, uncensored, recorded at the large hall of the Moscow conservatory on December 20, 1962 — Just two days after the World Première (December 18, 1962). The poem in the first movement ("Babi Yar") was banned after this second concert. The poet, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, had been compelled to make some modifications to it. Then Shostakovich, reluctantly, adapted the new, watered-down text, to the music. The new text was approved, but even that couldn't help. Public concerts of the 13th Symphony in Russia were few and far between, even with the modified poem.

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