Review by: Victor Carr Jr. ... (Still, it’s hard to forget Rostropovich’s deluge of strings once you’ve heard it). 135 This page lists all recordings of Symphony No. Shostakovich: Symphony No. 14 - On Texts By Garcia Lorca, Apollinaire, Kuchelbecker & Rilke - Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Rudolph Barshai, Margarita Miroshnikova, Yevgeny Vladimirov and Mstislav Rostropovich's 1973 version Shostakovich: Symphony No. The traditional … Browse: Shostakovich - Symphony No. Both discs were with his old City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and neither of the recordings… Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony, written in the aftermath of the death of Stalin is widely regarded as his greatest orchestral work, and a masterpiece of the twentieth century. 14/Currentzis. 14 in G minor, Op. ‘The concentration that Vladimir Jurowski brings to Shostakovich means that the intensity never drops for a moment, either in the Symphony No. Years ago, when his career was rising fast, there was a great deal of talk, excitement, and ultimate disappointment with highly anticipated recordings of Simon Rattle conducting Shostakovich's Fourth and Tenth symphonies. Alpha’s recording reproduces the performance in vivid, wide-ranging sound. I do, because I reviewed it, but it's less a great recording … I have listened to Maxim Shostakovich conducting the LSO and Bernstein's recording too, but I have heard that Mravinsky's live recording … 14… An excellent disc, one of the choice recordings … By this time in his life, already an ill man, Shostakovich's … 14 in G minor, Op. The Composition: Fifth Symphony, 1937 — A "landmark heroic period piece" that was Shostakovich's attempt to "conform to Soviet-era symphonies," says Morrision. By contrast, his Eleventh, … 14… 54; Symphony #14, Op. This recording would join those of Rudolf Barshai in the 1969 world premiere LP Shostakovich - Symphony No. 135 by Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-75). 1 & 2, Truls Mork, Cello, and Mariss Jansons leading the London Philharmonic. Symphony #6, Op. 6’s ride to manic elation, or the unwavering gaze into the abyss that is the Symphony No. Best recording of Shostakovich 5 Hey all, I've been searching out a recording of Shostakovich 5 to buy. Mork lacks the big sound that Rostropovich offers, but this recording … Composed in 1971 in just a few weeks, the 15th Symphony belongs to the period of Shostakovich's darkest music. Virgin Classics, VC 5 45145 2. 11, 'The Year 1905' First Choice: Washington National Symphony Orchestra ROSTROPOVICH, Mstislav (conductor) TELDEC 0630-17046-2 (12-CD) I don't know about the "best," but I would recommend a recording of the Cello Concerti, Nos. 135 * * Tatiana Monogarova, soprano * Sergei Leiferkus, baritone London Philharmonic Orchestra/Vladimir Jurowski London Philharmonic LPO-0080 77:58 Does anybody remember Sir Adrian Boult's Everest recording of Shostakovich's Symphony #6? Showing 1 - 10 of 40 results Shostakovich: Symphony No.