Dmitri Shostakovich - 1952

from Dmitry Shostakovich-About Himself and His Times, pages 140-142:

A new film, entitled Rimsky-Korsakov, has been released. The honourable task facing the makers of this film was to show the life and work of the great Russian composer, and it is to their credit that they managed to incorporate a large quantity of his music in the film. The soundtrack includes excerpts from Sadko, The Snow Maiden, The Tale of the Tsar Soltan, Kitezh, Kashchei the Immortal, The Golden Cockerel and …   more >>

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Dmitri Shostakovich, and L. Grigoryev and Ya. Platek (ed.), Dmitry Shostakovich-About Himself and His Times (Moscow, 1981), p. 140-142. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1451772124003 accessed: 29 November, 2022

Listeners

Dmitri Shostakovich
Composer, Pianist
1906-1975

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The Snow Maiden
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
Sadko
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
Kashchei the Immortal
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
The Golden Cockerel
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
The Tale of Tsar Saltan
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
Scheherazade
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre
Kitezh
written by Nikolai Andrejewitsch Rimski-Korsakow
performed by Boris Khaikin, orchestra of the Kirov Theatre

Experience Information

Date/Time 1952
Medium playback

Notes

Excerpt from 'Sovetskaya Kultura', 27 Aug., 1952.


Originally submitted by verafonte on Sat, 02 Jan 2016 22:02:04 +0000
Approved on Sat, 23 Apr 2016 22:00:10 +0100