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Yuri Temirkanov|Dimitri Chostakovitch : Symphony No. 5 in D Minor Op. 47

Dimitri Chostakovitch : Symphony No. 5 in D Minor Op. 47

Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Yuri Temirkanov

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Dimitri Chostakovitch : Symphony No. 5 in D Minor Op. 47

Yuri Temirkanov

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Symphony No. 5 in D minor Op. 47 (Dimitri Chostakovitch)

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I. Moderato
00:17:23

Yuri Temirkanov, Primary - Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, Primary - Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Yuri Temirkanov, Conductor - Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, Orchestra

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II. Allegretto
00:05:02

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2012 Mirare

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III. Largo
00:13:39

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2012 Mirare

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IV. Allegro non troppo
00:11:27

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2012 Mirare

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