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Title: Symphony No. 10
Otros títulos: Symphony No. 10 in E minor Op. 93
Symphonie Nr. 10 e-moll Op. 93
Symphonie N° 10 en mi mineur Op. 93
Sinfonia n. 10 mi minore Op. 93
Sinfonía No. 10 en Mi menor Op. 93
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Dmitri Shostakovich; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert Von Karajan
Código CDU: Schos.07
Forma Musical: Symphonies
Abstract: This was Shostakovich's first symphony in eight years, and the gap between this and the 1945 Ninth owed nothing to a lack of inspiration in the genre. In 1948, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Khachaturian, and other noted Soviet composers were censured for writing what party censors called "formalistic" music, a code word for dissonance and the expression of negative emotions or cynicism. Of course, examined against such vague and, therefore, potentially all-inclusive standards, virtually any composition could be vulnerable to attack, and many of Shostakovich's were singled out. After January 1948, most Soviet composers were simply unsure of what was safe to write. Shostakovich turned to writing patriotic bombast like the choral work Song of the Forests (1949), the cantata The Sun Shines on Our Motherland (1952), as well as vapid film scores like that for the 1950 release The Fall of Berlin. On March 5, 1953, Stalin died. The stringent policies in the arts loosened somewhat in the aftermath ...


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2. Symphonie No ... minor Op. 93 - Allegro.mp3 4:13 5.778Mb Unknown mp3
3. Symphonie No ... or Op. 93 - Allegretto.mp3 11:37 15.93Mb Unknown mp3
4. Symphonie No ... 93 - Andante (Allegro).mp3 13:06 17.95Mb Unknown mp3
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1. Symphonie No ... inor Op. 93 - Moderato.mp3 22:32 30.90Mb Unknown mp3

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