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WEINBERG, M.: Symphony No. 19 / The Banners of Peace (St. Petersburg State Symphony, Lande)

WEINBERG, M.: Symphony No. 19 / The Banners of Peace (St. Petersburg State Symphony, Lande)

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release date: December 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

St. Petersburg Symphony OrchestraSt. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra


St. Petersburg State Symphony OrchestraSt. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra


Lande, Vladimir


Vladimir Lande

Conductor

Venue:

St Catherine Lutheran Church, St Petersburg, Russia



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 55:36
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WEINBERG, M.: Symphony No. 19 / The Banners of Peace (St. Petersburg State Symphony, Lande)

     
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MIECZYSLAW WEINBERG

     
 

Symphony No. 19, Op. 142, "The Bright May"

 
1 — - 11:03
2 Adagio - 12:54
3 3 bars before [38] 10:07
     
4 

The Banners of Peace, Op. 143

21:32
     
 Vladimir Lande Conductor
 Lande, Vladimir


Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s 26 symphonies are seen today as a substantial continuation of the Russian tradition. Symphony No 19 marks ‘Bright May’ as the month in which the Great Patriotic War came to an end, but expressed with ominous apprehension as well as celebration. The Banners of Peace subsumes traditional and revolutionary songs to create an extrovert work which avoids the bombast of propaganda. Gramophone has acclaimed the ‘understanding and fervour’ of Vladimir Lande’s ‘greatly superior’ conducting of Weinberg’s Symphony No 6 (NX 2779).

 "...The performances and sound are excellent..."

Roger Hecht - American Record Guide - March/April 2013


"The opening perfunctory declamation, with its cold, stoic and “official” countenance, quickly makes way for some very expressive and poignant writing by Weinberg, as if holding back the tears of desperation behind the facade of joy. All the material of the first segment of the work, as all three movements flow seamlessly from one to the next, will serve the whole symphony very well, and bind it together.At the present time, this seems to be the only available recording of Weinberg’s No. 19. If you are always on the lookout for new, unchartered music to listen to and add to your collection, you can’t really do much better than this..." 
 
Jean-Yves Duperron - Classical Music Sentinel - February 2013



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