Vasily Petrenko & Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. 2. Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 43: II. Moderato con moto. Vasily Petrenko & Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. 43: III. Largo - Allegro. 3 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes.
The Symphony No. 4 in C minor is increasingly regarded as one of Dmitry Shostakovich's most important symphonies, due to its directness and power, as well as to its significance in the composer's career. Withdrawn in 1936 and not performed until 1961, the symphony would have been publicly derided for its abrasive dissonances and pessimistic outlook, and Soviet critics would have condemned it for "formalism.
Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich. Conductor – Vasily Petrenko. Engineer – Mike Clements. Liner Notes – Richard Whitehouse (2). Orchestra – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded on 9th and 10th February, 2013. Jewel case with a clear tray inside a cardboard O-slipcase Made in Germany.
Shostakovich: Symphony N. .has been added to your Cart. But neither of those recordings can compare with this Eleventh. Paired as before with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Petrenko turns in a full-scale riot of a performance that is yet tightly controlled and cogently argued.
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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Petrenko’s Summer Classics. Rossini’s Overture, The Silken Ladder, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 ‘Emperor’, Mendelssohn’s Symphony N. ‘Italian’, conducted by Vasily Petrenko with pianist Boris Giltburg. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra one of ten ensembles competing for Gramophone Awards 2019 ‘Orchestra of the Year.
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Dimitri Shostakovich. Works: Symphony No. 4. Performer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Vasily Petrenko. Shostakovich’s Fourth inhabits a similarly grotesque world full of dancing on the abyss. Petrenko drives weird sounds to appropriate extremes: the xylophone rattle and glissando strings in the finale’s bizarre circus music are unforgettable. Full marks to E flat clarinet, nuanced violin solo, trombone and tuba. The many wild climaxes are exceptionally vivid, above all the frantic string fugue at the heart of the first movement