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Dimitri Chostakovitch|Hommage á Shostakovich

Hommage á Shostakovich

Vladimir Spivakov, Moscow Virtuosi & Julia Zilberquit

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Hommage á Shostakovich

Dimitri Chostakovitch

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1
Concertino, Op 94 (arr. for piano and chamber orchestra by Julia Zilberquit)
Moscow Virtuosi
00:15:39

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Julia Zilberquit, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

2
From Jewish Folk Poetry. Op 79a: 1. The Lament for the Dead Child
Moscow Virtuosi
00:02:43

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nikolai Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhurkova, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

3
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 2. The Solicitous Mother and Aunt
Moscow Virtuosi
00:02:10

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

4
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 3. Lullaby
Moscow Virtuosi
00:03:17

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

5
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 4. Before A Long Separation
Moscow Virtuosi
00:02:40

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

6
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 5. Warning
Moscow Virtuosi
00:01:17

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

7
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 6. The Abandoned Father
Moscow Virtuosi
00:02:10

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Nikolai Kurpe, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

8
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 7. Song of Want
Moscow Virtuosi
00:01:32

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

9
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 8. Winter
Moscow Virtuosi
00:03:31

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

10
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 9. The Good Life
Moscow Virtuosi
00:01:35

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

11
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 10. Song of The Young Girl
Moscow Virtuosi
00:02:38

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

12
From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79a: 11. Happiness
Moscow Virtuosi
00:01:49

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Elena Svechnikova, MainArtist - Nikolay Kurpe, MainArtist - Marina Zhukova, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

13
Anti-Formal Rayok (orchestration by Vladimir Spivakov and Vladimir Milman)
Moscow Virtuosi
00:19:33

Dmitri Shostakovich, Composer - Vladimir Spivakov, Conductor - Boosey and Hawkes, MusicPublisher - Moscow Virtuosi, Orchestra, MainArtist - Aleksey Mochalov, MainArtist - Moscow Choir Theatre, MainArtist

(C) 1997 MusicMasters (P) 1997 MusicMasters

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