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Work: Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues for piano, Op.87

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CompositorShostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975)
PeriodoSiglo XX
Año1950
Tipo de obraInstrumental
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LondresIgor Levit plays Shostakovich

Shostakovich: Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues for piano, Op.87
Igor Levit, Piano
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Full power from the Latvian Radio Choir

The Latvian Radio Choir at Prom 38 © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Powerfully committed and expert singing from the Latvian Radio Choir under Sigvards Kļava, paired with thoughtful and calm playing from Alexander Melnikov in two highly contrasting works by Shostakovich.

Levit explores interior worlds of Shostakovich

Igor Levit © Robbie Lawrence
Shostakovich's mighty piano cycle is given a delicate and intense performance - truly an expidition into some of the most personal of the composer's music.

Erfolg mit der kleinteiligen Großform

Igor Levit © Robbie Lawrence
Wie sehr Igor Levit in dieser Musik lebte, ließ sich an seinen gelegentlichen, ausholenden Gesten der freien Hand ermessen. Eine erstaunliche, bewundernswerte Leistung, welche die Standing Ovations mehr als verdient hat!

Melnikov the Magnificent: Schumann, Scriabin and Shostakovich at the Festival de Lanaudière

An extraordinary event took place on Tuesday evening in Saint-Paul-de Joliette, Quebec, a pleasant little farming community located about an hour’s drive northeast of Montreal.

Melnikov's mesmerizing performance of Shostakovich’s Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues

It’s quite an achievement when a pianist can captivate an audience for a normal performance, let alone for one that lasts two and a half hours. For this reason pianists do not often tackle all of Shostakovich’s Twenty-Four Preludes and Fugues in one evening, but this is precisely what Alexander Melnikov did at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam.