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  2. Dmitri Shostakovich, Theodore Kuchar, Ukrainian National Symphony Orchestra (JAZZ SUITE No. 2) 1. March 2. Dance No. 1 3. Dance No. 2 4. Grand Studio of the National Radio Symphony Company of Ukraine in Kiev CD2 BALLET SUITES THE BOLT, Ballet Suite Op. 27a 1. Overture 2. Polka 3. Variation 4. Tango 5.
  3. After being virulently condemned as a "formalist," at the Composers' Union Congress, Shostakovich could not possibly continue composing large scale, abstract symphonic canvases. Survival called for the production of patriotic oratorios like the Song of the Forests (), popular film scores based on the lives of Soviet heroes like Michurin () and a series of light, entertaining.
  4. Label: Brilliant Classics - • Format: CD Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Jazz, Classical • Style: Big Band, Modern3/5(1).
  5. Dmitri Shostakovich: Ballet Suite No.2 (ed. Atovmyan) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (brokeasanplunolal.betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.co), the largest and .
  6. Shostakovich's music reached a wider audience after Stanley Kubrick used his jazz waltz in "Eyes Wide Shut." That haunting melody is just one of many written by Shostakovich who, for a long time, was known primarily for his 5th Symphony, a celebration of the USSR's Great Patriotic War/5(6).
  7. It exhibits another side of D. Shostakovich, and this side is also now well-known do to few musical hits (like the Waltz nr. 2 from the second Jazz suite) - that is, the side of Shostakovich as a composer of lighter, recreational music (the first CD), ballet music (the second CD, though one notices that ballets of Shostakovich are also more or /5(40).
  8. Shostakovich - Ballet Suites Chandos: CHANX. Buy 2 CDs or download online. Scottish National Orchestra, Neeme Järvi.
  9. What we have here are three discs containing two of Shostakovich's jazz suites, two of his overtures, two of his film scores, three of his ballet suites, plus one piece of eternal ephemeral music. While this might not appeal to the listener looking for Shostakovich's symphonies nor to listeners looking for no more than the smallest sample of his lighter orchestral scores, these discs will.

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