Shostakovich, Karel Ančerl, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphonies No. 5 & No. 1 album flac
- Album: Symphonies No. 5 & No. 1
- FLAC: 1250 mb | MP3: 1729 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Modern
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 305
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|Symphony No. 5 In D Minor, Op. 47|
|1||I - Moderato. Allegro Non Troppo||14:11|
|2||II - Allegretto||5:27|
|4||IV - Allegro Non Troppo||10:11|
|Symphony No. 1 In F Minor, Op. 10|
|5||I - Allegretto||7:40|
|6||II - Allegro||4:50|
|7||III - Lento||9:00|
|8||IV - Allegro Molto||9:02|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Supraphon
- Record Company – Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
- Mastered At – Mastersonic
- Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich
- Conductor – Karel Ančerl
- Orchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra*
NotesRecorded: November 1961 (No. 5); April 1964 (No. 1)
℗ 1958, 1965 Supraphon
Remastered 24-bit processing
Total time: 44'43"
8-page booklet in Japanese
Printed in Japan. Made in Japan.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: Jasrac
- SPARS Code: ADD
- Barcode (Text): 4 988001 601845
- Other (Retail Price): ¥1,365
- Matrix / Runout: COCQ-84479 MT D01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L261
Release group information. Artist: Shostakovich; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ančerl. Type: Album + Compilation.
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Conductor – Karel Ančerl. Orchestra – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded: November 1961 (No. 5); April 1964 (No. 1) ℗ 1958, 1965 Supraphon Remastered 24-bit processing Total time: 44'43" 8-page booklet in Japanese. Rights Society: Jasrac.
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The Česká filharmonie (Czech Philharmonic) is a Czech symphony orchestra based in Prague. The orchestra's principal concert venue is the Rudolfinum. The name "Czech Philharmonic Orchestra" appeared for the first time in 1894, as the title of the orchestra of the Prague National Theatre. It played its first concert under its current name on January 4, 1896 when Antonín Dvořák conducted his own compositions, but it did not become fully independent from the opera until 1901.
Shostakovich's genius here so eloquently embodied, and that Vaclav Neumann somehow mastered like no one else. Anyway, this is outside the Czech sphere, and it's just about the greatest performance from perhaps the greatest conductor; so, it makes one wistful at what might have been.
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Karel Ančerl's boldness and musical insight were truly admirable: he succeeded with the vast majority of the new music repertoire which he brought to the studio. Of the "tried and true" gems with which Ančerl felt a strong artistic bond, three principal works by Dmitri Shostakovitch are especially noteworthy, including Miloš Sádlo's remarkable performance of the violincello concerto in E-flat major, which was one of the last recordings that Ančerl made before leaving Europe. 47.
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