Started by greg, May 26, 2007, 11:46:44 AM
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Quote from: AnthonyAthletic on May 26, 2007, 11:50:34 AMLemme guess...Karajan? Shostakovich's music has got everything needed for my tastes...
Quote from: D Minor on May 26, 2007, 11:53:33 AMGiven your love for Prokofiev, it was only a matter of time ........
Quote from: bhodges on May 26, 2007, 12:10:39 PMAlso, if you like the recording, you must hear it in person sometime. You will go nuts.--Bruce
Quote from: greg on May 26, 2007, 11:58:01 AMand I like late Penderecki! His stuff is like an exact combination of what late Penderecki and Prokofiev would sound like, i just thought of that.
Quote from: AnthonyAthletic on May 26, 2007, 11:59:25 AMSoundscapes everywhere for sure!Check out the 11th and its eerie contrast of quietness, the building of tension and the eruption during the attack scene in the second movement, then the calm which follows the chaos, then back to the unnerving finale, after all that's gone before.This for me is the most discriptive piece of music ever written, just a personal choice. The plight of the people in this work is better than any visual could ever offer.
Quote from: greg on May 26, 2007, 11:55:32 AMnope, Rozhdestvenskyi have to ask a question. Is it just HIS recording where during some parts it sounds like there are literally thousands of string instruments playing- like one part in the 14th, it sounds like a gazillions violins are doing trills. Not only then, but lots of different times, too.
Quote from: greg on May 26, 2007, 12:13:26 PMI'll be Kupo for Kupo Nuts! (if "Mozart" was only a Shostakovich fan, he'd see this and get the joke)
Quote from: Mark G. Simon on May 26, 2007, 01:19:20 PMMaybe they're just not together.
QuoteOr maybe you do not know that Shostakoviches first name is Dmitri??
QuoteGysahl for gysahl greens!
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