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Dmitri Shostakovich, Belarus RTV Symphony Orchestra, Walter Mnatsakanov - Epic Film Scores: Belinsky, The Maxim Trilogy, Pirogov album flac


Performer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Genre: Classical / Media & Screen
Title: Epic Film Scores: Belinsky, The Maxim Trilogy, Pirogov
Released: 1999
Style: Modern, Score
FLAC version ZIP size: 1655 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1373 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1509 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 233
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Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich. Conductor – Walter Mnatsakanov. Orchestra – Belarus RTV Symphony Orchestra. Suites From the Original Motion Picture Scores. The Maxim Trilogy - Including Music from the films 'Maxim's Youth', 'Maxim's Return', and 'Vyborg District'.

The Maxim Trilogy: Finale. 9. Belinsky: Overture. 10. Belinsky:Sorrowful Song. 11. Belinsky: The Strength Of The People. 12. Belinsky: Intermezzo (Played Without Pause). Shostakovich's film scores are very hit and miss. A great many of them bear the mark of a man trying to both appease the state and keep his family fed with overtly patriotic and heroic scorings of some of the Soviet Unions darkest days. As usual, Mnatsakanov and the Belarus RTV Symphony Orchestra doesn't disappoint, though as on all of their discs, the sound quality lacks the crispness to be found elsewhere, as on the Capriccio recordings. To my taste, the bombastic marches of Maxim are more enjoyable on the Capriccio recording, which is also more complete, though Mnatsakanov offers the listener a more subdued listen here.

1. Prelude Chorus –. Belarus. Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich Conductor – Walter Mnatsakanov Orchestra – Belarus RTV Symphony Orchestra.

Shostakovich: Epic Film Scores. Maxim, suite (from film scores Op. 5 & 89), Op. 50a (assembled by Atovmyan). 1. No. 1, "Prelude - 'Be bold, brothers'". 2. 2, "Attack sequence". 3. 3, "Death of the old worker". 5. 5, "Demonstration". 6. 6, "Fight at the baricades".

Shostakovich: Film Series, Vol. Byelorussian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Walter Mnatsakanov Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 26 Length: 1:04:34. CD 1. Dmitri Shostakovich Composer. The Vyborg District (Maxim Trilogy III), O. 0 Work. Walter Mnatsakanov Conductor, Byelorussian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 0. The Man with a Gun (November), O. 3 Work.

Maxim, now a Marxist agitator going by the name of Fyodor, organizes strikes against the production of military equipment, culminating in open revolt against the Czarist forces. Directors: Grigoriy Kozintsev, Leonid Trauberg. Pirogov, directed by Grigori Kozintsev for Lenfilm and with scenario by Yuri German is, unsurprisingly given the constraints of the time, no masterpiece and its main interest now lies in its music. In common with Belinsky also directed by Kozintsev the score is generally low-key or non-existent through the film and only on two or three occasions rises to prominence in the proceedings. For a more detailed discussion on this and other films with music by Shostakovich see Dmitri Shostakovich: A Life in Film, written by John Riley and published by I. B. Tauris, London and New York in the series Kinofiles Film Companion, 2004.

This is a list of compositions by Dmitri Shostakovich. Op. 10: Symphony No. 1 in F minor (1923–1925). 14: Symphony No. 2 in B major, To October, for mixed chorus and orchestra (1927). 20: Symphony No. 3 in E♭ major, The First of May, for mixed chorus and orchestra (1929). 43: Symphony No. 4 in C minor (1935–1936). 47: Symphony No. 5 in D minor (1937); appeared subtitled A Soviet Artist’s Practical Creative Reply to Justified Criticism. 54: Symphony No. 6 in B minor (1939).

Henry Cowell: Persian Set, Roger Goeb: Symphony No. 3, Ben Weber: Symphony on Poems of William Blake EAN 79581881. 69 руб. Symphonic Wind Music EAN 79581881. 54 руб. Variations on a Song By Mussorgsky EAN 79581881.

Shostakovich: Film Music Walter Mnatsakanov. Listen on Apple Music. Vstrechniy (Counterplan), Op. 33: III. - Byelorussian Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra & Walter Mnatsakanov. Sof'ya Perovskaya, Op. 32: March.

Tracklist Hide Credits

The Maxim Trilogy
1 Prelude
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
4:05
2 Attack Scene 2:13
3 The Death Of The Old Worker 6:32
4 Waltz 3:10
5 Demonstration 2:46
6 Fighting On The Barricades 5:18
7 Funeral March 1:25
8 Finale 2:26
Belinsky
9 Overture 4:10
10 Sorrowful Song
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
11:13
11 The Strength Of The People
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
2:26
12 Intermezzo 3:40
13 Song Without Words
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
3:10
14 Scene
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
4:08
15 Finale
Chorus – Belarus State Chorus*
3:26
Pirogov
16 Introduction 3:54
17 Scene 2:15
18 Waltz 4:54
19 Scherzo 2:37
20 Finale 3:31

Credits

  • Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich
  • Conductor – Walter Mnatsakanov
  • Orchestra – Belarus RTV Symphony Orchestra*

Notes

Suites From the Original Motion Picture Scores.
The Maxim Trilogy -- Including Music from the films 'Maxim's Youth', 'Maxim's Return', and 'Vyborg District'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

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