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TO 0136

Vissarion Shebalin - Orchestral Music, Volume 1

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Siberian Symphony Orchestra


Dmitry Vasiliev



Venue:

Omsk Philharmonic Hall



Engineer:

Sergei Zhiganov



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 62:19
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VISSARION SHEBALIN

 

Orchestral Suite No.1, Op.18

 
1 No.1 Funeral March 5:18
2 No.2 Dance 4:28
3 No.3 Slow Waltz 5:07
4 No.4 Dance 3:36
5 No.5 Song 6:04
6 No.6 Waltz 6:27
   
 

Orchestral Suite No.2, Op.22

 
7 No.1 Waltz 3:50
8 No.2 Tarantella 3:07
9 No.3 Slow Waltz 3:34
10 No.4 Bolero 2:00
11 No.5 Romantic Waltz 3:40
12 No.6 Potpourri 2:34
13 No.7 Romance without Words 7:35
14 No.8 Galop 4:59
   


Like his close friend and colleague Dmitry Shostakovich, Vissarion Shebalin (1902–63) knew a life of both celebrity and hardship: he was another of the composers condemned in the infamous 1948 Party congress in Moscow, and in later life he fought to overcome a series of crippling strokes. But his personality remained undaunted, as his music resolutely proves. This is the first recording of his First Suite for Orchestra and the first appearance on CD of the Second, both of them prepared from theatre music, and showing the lighter side of Shebalin’s symphonic music. They have been recorded by the orchestra of his home town, Omsk, the capital of Siberia.

"... Strongly recommended..."

Barry Brenesal - Fanfare - July/August 2013




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