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Symphony No. 4, Op. 43 In C Minor (1935/36).

Publisher: Sikorski

In three movements. The score was lost during World War II. In 1946, the composer used his outline sketches to arrange the work for two pianos; the score was later reconstructed from the instrumental parts which had been preserved.

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Dmitri Shostakovich - Notograficheskij Spravochnik : Part 1, From The Early Works To Symphony No. 4.

Publisher: Ruslania Books
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - Notograficheskij Spravochni
, Part 1
ISBN13: 9785737908430

The first volume of a three-volume catalog of the works of Shostakovich. This volume covers music composed in the years 1914-36. The catalog is in five sections: I. Juvenilia -- II. Works of the Consevatory Period without Opus Numbers -- III. Works with Opus Numbers -- IV. Works without Opus Numbers…

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Symphony No. 4. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

Vasily Petrenko conducts the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Symphony No. 4. [CD]

Publisher: MDG Records

Stalin did not approve of this symphony, and its premiere was delayed by twenty-five years. Roman Kofman conducts the Beethoven Orchestra of Bonn.

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Symphony No. 4. [CD]

Publisher: Cavi-Music

Daniel Raskin conducts the Rhenish State Philharmonic Orchestra and the Mainz State Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Britten & Shostakovich / James Ehnes, Violin. [CD]

Publisher: Onyx Classics

Contents: Violin Concerto / Britten -- Violin Concerto No. 1 / Shostakovich. Kirill Karabits conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

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Symphony No. 4 (Nostalgic) (1976) - New Edition 2016.

Publisher: Fennica Gehrman

…& Epilogue. With a program note. Commissioned by the Finnish Broadcasting Company and dedicated to the memory of a Great Composer -- Englund had Shostakovich in mind after his death. Scored for strings an dpercussion. Duration ca. 23 minutes. This new edition is based on the composer's manuscript.

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Symphony No. 8. [Blu-ray Disc]

Publisher: C Major

Filmed at the Lucerne Festival, this disc also includes music by Wagner and Strauss. Andris Nelsons conducts the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

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Prologue To Orango; Symphony No. 4. [CD]

Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon

Los Angeles Philharmonic, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor.

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Symphony No. 12 : In Memoriam D. Shostakovich. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

Also: The Golden Key, Ballet Suite No. 4. Vladimir Lande conducts the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra.

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Symphony No. 4, Op. 43 / edited by Manashir Iakubov.

Publisher: Dsch
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - New Collected Works
, Ser. I, Vol. 4
ISBN13: 9780634072987

Shostakovich composed his fourth symphony between 1935-36. The symphony was pulled after two rehearsals by the Communist Party, and was not heard in the Soviet Union until 1961. With an editor's note, critical commentary, facsimile plates and drafts. All texts in both Russian and English.

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Symphony No. 5, Op. 67 : For Full Orchestra (1976).

Publisher: Kompozitor
Series: Tishchenko, Boris - Collected Works
, Vol. 9a

Contents: I. Prelude -- II. Dedication -- III. Sonata -- IV. Interlude -- V. Rondo. With an introduction in Russian and English. This work was composed in honor of Dmitry Shostakovich following his death in 1975.

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Symphony No. 15, Op. 141 / edited by Viktor Ekimovsky.

Publisher: Dsch
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - New Collected Works
, Ser. I, Vol. 15

A symphony in four movements. With an essay by L. Hakobian and bar-by-bar comments by S. Chebotaryov, in Russian and English. Shostakovich composed his final symphony in 1971. This edition is based on the composer's autograph as well as the 1972 publication of Sovetsky kompozitor Publishers.

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Symphony No. 10 In E Minor, Op. 93 (1953). [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

Contents: I. Moderato -- II. Allegro -- III. Allegretto -- IV. Andante - Allegro. Vasily Petrenko conducts the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Symphony No. 11 : The Year 1905. [CD]

Publisher: Alto Records

Contents: Symphony No.11 The Year 1905, Op.103: I. Palace Square: Adagio -- II. 9th January: Allegro -- III. in Memoriam: Adagio -- IV. Tocsin: Allegro Non Troppo. London Symphony Orchestra, Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor.

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Symphony No. 7, Op. 60 / edited by Manashir Iakubov.

Publisher: Dsch
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - New Collected Works
, Ser. I, Vol. 7

In four movements. With editor's notes and critical comments in Russian and English. Shostakovich composed this work in 1941, while Germany was invading his home city of Leningrad. He stayed in the city during this time, joining the militia. This edition is based on the autograph, as well as earlier…

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Symphony No. 8, Op. 65 / edited by Manashir Iakubov.

Publisher: Dsch
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - New Collected Works
, Ser. I, Vol. 8

Contents: I. Adagio. Allegro non troppo -- II. Allegretto -- III. Allegro non troppo -- IV. Largo -- V. Allegretto. With historical and critical notes in Russian and English. An appendix contains the original version of the second movement.

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Symphony No. 11, Op. 103 (The Year 1905).

Publisher: Sikorski

With preface. In four movements, with programmatic titles. Duration: 60 minutes.

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Symphony No. 7 In C, Op. 60 (Leningrad).

Publisher: Zen-On Music Co.

4-color facsimile of the fair copy of the full score.

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Symphony No. 3 (Symphonie Liturgique) / Arrangement For Two Pianos By Dmitri Shostakovich.

Publisher: Salabert Editions

Shostakovich met Honneger only once, in 1928. He prepared this arrangement in 1947 and 1948, soon after the publication of the full score. It is not known for what purpose this arrangement was prepared. With an introduction in French, English and German by Jacques Tchamkerten.

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Symphony No. 4, Op. 43 : Author's Arrangement For Two Pianos (Four Hands).

Publisher: Dsch
Series: Shostakovich, Dmitri - New Collected Works
, Ser. I, Vol. 19
ISBN13: 9780634077326

This is the first publication of Shostakovich's piano arrangement, which was prepared just after the composition of the symphony. Important differences between the piano and orchestral scores are pointed out. With historical and editorial notes. Edited by Manashir Iakubov.

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