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Werk: Symphonie Nr. 13 in b-Moll "Babi Jar", Op.113

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KomponistSchostakowitsch, Dmitrij (1906-1975)
Periode20. Jahrhundert
Jahr1962
GattungOrchestermusik
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Michael Sanderling lässt in die russische Seele blicken

Michael Sanderling © Marco Borgreeve
Die Münchner Philharmoniker boten unter Michael Sanderling ein packendes Programm mit Beethoven und Schostakowitsch. Die Symphonie Nr. 13 "Babij Jar" konnte dabei den nachhaltigsten Eindruck hinterlassen.
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Chostakovitch à Strasbourg : le Fidelio du XXe siècle ?

Marko Letonja © Gregory Massat
Sous la direction de Marko Letonja, l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, la basse Pavlo Hunka et le Chœur National d’hommes d’Estonie ont offert une interprétation bouleversante de la Symphonie n° 13 « Babi Yar » de Chostakovitch.
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Nézet-Séguin and the LPO on great form with Shostakovich's Symphony no. 13

Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s return to the London Philharmonic, of which he is the Guest Principal Conductor, was as usual greeted with a full and enthusiastic concert hall. His strengths in the French repertoire and choral music made him the perfect conductor for an evening of music by Dutilleux and Shostakovich, whose Tout un monde lointain and Symphony no.
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Defiant memory: Janowski and Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin at Musikfest Berlin

Even in a festival anchored around a handful of 20th-century composers touched by the presence of war – Benjamin Britten, Dmitri Shostakovich, Béla Bartók, Witold Lutosławski – the program on Thursday night with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin and their chief conductor, Marek Janowski, was especially haunted by the memory of atrocity. It was a night of tough music with little reprieve.
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An uplifting "Babi Yar" Symphony from Aleksashkin and Ashkenazy

It can't be often that a poet declares that the selection and setting of his words to music has turned them into better poetry.
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