Allegro (The 9th of January)" and more. On that fateful day, the Tsar’s palace guards gunned down 200 unarmed demonstrators – a procession of workers led by Orthodox priest George Gapon to deliver a petition to the Tsar – outside of St. Petersburg’s Winter Palace. The Classic Review was launched in 2018 for classical music lovers around the globe. At last, the people proceed to march, The Tocsin movement, with the brass having incited an alarm. Storgårds’ tempos fall somewhere in the middle (66’43”), yet the music never feels slow, and the musical argument rarely falters. AUDIOPHILE AUDITION is a free international online magazine for audio buffs, record collectors and music lovers. The third movement, “Eternal Memory,” benefits again from a slightly slower tempo and the greater flexibility of line that Storgårds allows himself. The various choir entries make me recall the gathering of the angry Paris poor – led by an aroused Thomas Mitchell – as they converge on the cathedral in the 1935 The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Is it movie music without a movie? It is a close knot thing in the final movement – all three performances offer compelling readings, though Nelsons’ deliberate opening tempo is unconvincing. Shostakovich's Symphony No. Please Subscribe to our New channel @PAINTED. Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony, written in the aftermath of the death of Stalin is widely regarded as his greatest orchestral work, and a masterpiece of the twentieth century. Both Petrenko and Nelsons play the second movement in less than 19 minutes, whereas Storgårds takes a little over 21 minutes. He wanted it to reflect, if not copy, “the Russian revolutionary songs” of the era, the time of the first popular uprising against tsarist tyranny. A priest led a huge … 2, 7 & 8 – Pavel Haas Quartet, Review: Bartók – Concerto for Orchestra, Suite No. The Symphony No. Get our periodic classical music newsletter with our recent reviews, news and beginners guides. Shostakovich – Symphony No. 11 (“The Year 1905”)BBC PhilharmonicJohn Storgårds – ConductorChandos Records, Hybrid SACD CHSA 5278, Read more classical music reviews or visit The Classic Review Amazon store. Both Nelsons and Storgårds add almost 4 minutes to Petrenko’s overly quick reading (13’46”), using the extra time to create a more foreboding atmosphere. 11, In The Year 1905. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab Listeners now have the luxury of three outstanding recordings of this once undervalued work – highly recommended, and let’s hope it we get more Shostakovich from these forces. The music then winds down to a more static, icier passage, the exchanges between snare drum and plucked strings mechanic and emotionless. This is one of the most distinguished work of Shostakovich, and tells about "1905 Revolution" (09.01.1905). However, we can also experience the music as a commentary on the Soviets’ brutal suppression of the Hungarian uprising of 1956, which was taking place as Shostakovich composed the Eleventh Symphony. Both performances feature exceptional playing and flowing tempos (Petrenko 57’37” and Nelsons 62’39”) that give the work a coherent symphonic structure. By movement’s end, the woodwinds seem to be bleating like sheep, while the tympany beats out a militant tattoo of inevitability. 11 Dmitri Shostakovich (Composer), Leopold Stokowski (Conductor), Houston Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra) Shostakovich worked on his 11th Symphony during the summer of 1956, meaning to celebrate the 50 th anniversary of the Revolution of 1905. Shostakovich casts his four movements as a psychological and physical, theatrical continuum that will depict the progression from icy stillness to active horror. 11 In G Minor, Op. 11 is one of Shostakovich’s less multi-dimensional symphonies, the range of interpretations it has yielded is surprising. Jurowski builds this grueling movement slowly to a fierce climax in tympani, anguished strings, and brass, rife with a vengeful aspect that must have burned in the hearts of a wounded populace. 12, subtitled “The Year 1917.” The 1961 work is often considered the composer’s weakest symphony, its poor reputation stemming partly from its submission to the demands of Soviet propaganda. Listen to the biting exchange between brass and lower strings at 2’10”, which then builds to a tremendous climax at 2’36”. We might wonder if shades of Liszt’s Mazeppa infiltrate the action. The liner notes all suggest a theme of defiance in the final movement, and the headlong rush of the Petrenko and Nelsons performances make that defiance seem almost machinelike and bloodless. This is a marvelous recording of Shostakovich's 11th symphony. The spirit of revolution is infused into the fabric of Shostakovich's 11th Symphony, from its opening notes to its final closing breaths. 11 by Oleg Caetani & Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi on Apple Music. Shostakovich enshrined the events of “Bloody Sunday,” 9 January 1905, in a programmatic symphony equally the musical counterpart of Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 film Battleship Potemkin. The Classic Review was launched in 2018 for classical music lovers around the globe. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means. But has the catastrophe truly passed, or does the future bode another evil? Shostakovich utilizes a constant shift of major and minor to add an undercurrent ambivalence as to the effectiveness of any “triumph.” Jurowski elicits mighty tuttis that broil up from the LPO, especially as tolling bells on G in both major and minor thirds leave the Russian soul devastated of any faith in the “divine right” of monarchs. These questions have, to some extent, been answered in the last 12 years by two recordings that mined a heretofore undiscovered profundity from the score: The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic led by Vasily Petrenko on Naxos, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Andris Nelsons, part of their ongoing cycle for DG. Shostakovich: Symphony No. Each painting in the series is based on a particular symphony or quartet by the Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, whom Williams regarded as "the greatest composer of [his] time". Even as his professional fortunes rose, his personal life was tragic and confused. Shostakovich’s eleventh symphony has long divided musicologists, who debate its worth. Aided by resplendent, indeed, cinematic Chandos sound, the January 22, 1905 events at the winter palace (known as Bloody Sunday) are vividly brought to life. 2 & 21 – Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, Review: Vikingur Ólafsson Plays Rameau and Debussy, Review: Monteverdi – il terzo libro de’ madrigali – Alessandrini, Review: “Dear Mademoiselle” – Astrig Siranossian, Cello, Review: Saint-Saëns – Chamber Works – Chamayou, Capuçon, Moreau, Review: “Penderecki’s Sinfonietta(s)” – Sinfonietta Cracovia, Jurek Dybał, Review: Brahms – Piano Concerto No. What perhaps lifts this new performance above Nelsons/DG is the recorded sound. Yet Storgårds’ sure control of the line makes it work. We can hear the Eleventh Symphony simply as a straightforward homage to the heroes and martyrs of the 1905 Revolution, as Shostakovich suggested. Deutsche Gramophone successfully creates a wide soundstage without a corresponding sense of width (front to back perspective). Is it propaganda? Shostakovich: Symphony no 11 'The Year 1905' / Petrenko, Royal Liverpool PO Richter in Recital - Haydn, Debussy, Prokofiev Gabriela Montero Plays Chopin, Falla, Ginastera, Granados, Liszt, Rachmaninov, Scriabin - Includes Bonus Improvisations Disc / Gabriela Montero, piano 5 – Oslo Philharmonic, Petrenko, Editor’s Choice: The Best New Classical Music Albums, January 2021, Review: Shostakovich – String Quartets No. All Rights Reserved. The percussion invokes recollections of the opening movement, augmented in color by the English horn. Given that No. Shostakovich worked on his 11th Symphony during the summer of 1956, meaning to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Revolution of 1905. For his third movement, Eternal Memory: Adagio, Shostakovich intones the song of the period, “You fell as victims,” a direct elegy or requiem first enunciated in the muted violas. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Was Shostakovich finally giving in to the authorities? Conlon, music director of the Los Angeles Opera, was about to lead the New World Symphony in Shostakovich’s Symphony No. Shostakovich’s eleventh symphony has long divided musicologists, who debate its worth. Our most recent subscription concert performances were given on June 11 and 12, 1999, with Mstislav Rostropovich conducting. That the premier in 1957 coincided with Russian suppression of Hungarian patriots in October and November 1956, intensified the composer’s implied message that Soviet brutality and atrocity – Soviet troops took 2000 Hungarian lives – could engender a similar resistance to oppression. It covers classical music reviews, as well as in-depth guides and classical music news. 11 The Year 1905. . His opening movement features intensely beautiful string playing, dynamics at pianissimo for most of its duration. 11 in G minor, Op. Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2016 One would be hard-pressed to find a nation that was so adverse to artistic freedom as Russia under the yoke of totalitarians like Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev, and others and yet at the same also produced some of the greatest works of art in the 20th century. Home » Classical CD Reviews » SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. It covers new album reviews by knowledgeable and independent writers, as well as in-depth guides and news. 11 . 103 ("The Year 1905"). His wife died in 1954, leaving him a single parent of two teenagers. 11 in G minor (Opus 103; subtitled The Year 1905) by Dmitri Shostakovich was written in 1957 to mark the fourtieth anniversary of the Russian Revolution of 1905... - oops, that's 52 years, isn't it?Obviously, the work was written for the fourtieth anniversary of the Russian Revolution of 1917, but deals with the events from the Russian Revolution of 1905. 11 ostensibly was written to commemorate the tragic events of January 9, 1905, when several hundred of about 10,000 demonstrators at the Tsar's St. Petersburg winter palace were killed on orders from government officials.The slaughter incited further demonstrations and anti-Tsarist activities, culminating in the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Read our Best Of guides for classical music. The next build-up begins at 11’59” as the snare drum suggests gunfire while the strings begin one of those unrelenting marches that so often feature in Shostakovich’s symphonic writing. A solid performance to add to some illustrious readings, by Mravinsky, Stokowski, and recently, Petrenko. Symphony No. 11 In G Minor, Op. This symphony required a large orchestra (ex. Revolution On the morning of Sunday 9th January 1905, thousands of Russians gathered in front of the Winter Palace in St Petersburg. Your email address will not be published. Former Music Director Leopold Stokowski conducts the Houston Symphony in the first-ever commercial recording of Shostakovich’s Symphony No. The orchestral playing is vividly intense, the trombone glissandos (13’55”) snarling out the rage of the protestors, leading into a shattering climax as the soldiers slaughter them. Shostakovich: Symphony no 11 / Stokowski, Houston SO Release Date: 03/15/1994 Label: Warner Classics Catalog #: 65206 Spars Code: ADD Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich Conductor: Leopold Stokowski Orchestra/Ensemble: Houston Symphony Orchestra Number of Discs: 1 Recorded in: Stereo Length: 1 Hours 3 Mins. Where is the emotional depth we hear in the Fifth, Eighth and Tenth Symphonies? 11, 'The Year 1905' (Proms 2013) Shostakovich: Symphony No. The pertinent questions with Shostakovich's Eleventh, however, are not "how impressive is the performance" and "how imposing is the recording," but "how honest is the performance" and "how real is the recording?" In the symphony these historical aspects come to light through the movement titles ('The Palace Square' etc) and in Shostakovich's use of several revolutionary songs throughout it. 11 – London Philharmonic Orchestra/ Vladimir Jurowski – London Philharmonic, by Audiophile Audition | Nov 28, 2020 | Classical CD Reviews | 0 comments. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s first subscription concert performances of Shostakovich’s Eleventh Symphony were given at Orchestra Hall on January 19 and 20, 1961, with André Cluytens conducting. Shostakovich (1969–1981) is a series of thirty oil paintings by Aubrey Williams. 11 (The Year 1905) Vladimir Jurowski conductor London Philharmonic Orchestra Pieter Schoeman leader. The epic violence breaks off to leave us a winter scene, a kind of delicate silhouette of the opening, now beset by ghosts. Storgårds somehow engenders a more human and optimistic feeling, and the clanging bells are thrillingly caught (the conductor uses four church bells rather than the standard orchestral tubular bells). 5.0 out of 5 stars Shostakovich 11 In D.C. At first, a sense of peace and possible reconciliation with the powers of government sings out fervently, only to be engulfed by dissonant, destructive forces in the side-drum, diviso strings in canon, blaring brass, tympani and cymbals, and whirling woodwinds, a phantasma of murder and madness. From the start, critical opinion has been split on Shostakovich's Symphony No. 1 – Moog, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Milton, Review: Britten – Saint Nicolas, A Ceremony of Carols – BBC Concert Orchestra, Crouch End Festival Chorus, Temple, Read of the latest news in classical music, Looking for the best version of a classical music piece? Stream songs including "Symphony No. Jurowski’s live performance is 14 minutes shorter overall than Rostropovich’s with the LSO back in 2002. Shostakovich's Symphony No. Shostakovich: Symphony No. 11 – London Philharmonic Orchestra/ Vladimir Jurowski – London Philharmonic, Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window). In comparison, Rostropovich’s last recording with the London Symphony Orchestra, widely acclaimed at the time of its release, seems episodic and disjointed at 72’24”, while the recorded sound (recorded live at London’s Barbican) is disappointing. 103: I. Adagio (The Palace Square)", "Symphony No. The high flute adds a sense of mania to the convulsive drama, which has quite assumed the character of a film score. Copyright ©2018 Audiophile Audition. Is it of a piece with the cinematic potboilers Shostakovich wrote to get himself back into the good graces of the Soviet government after his denunciation by Stalin's cultural henchmen? 11 “The Year 1905” ... Shostakovich was named "People's Artist of the USSR" in 1954 and was awarded the Order of Lenin, the USSR's highest decoration, on his 50th birthday in 1956. I own three other others, including two featuring Shostakovich's friend Rostropovich. 11 recalled the events of series of worker strikes in St. Petersburg, Russia, that crippled the city. Listen to Shostakovich: Symphony No. The grim, plucked notes return as the music subsides into the original lachrymosa. The Chandos soundstage has both, and that adds a glow and warmth to the orchestra that is lacking in the DG recording. 103: II. Some listeners might sense a drop in intensity after the climax, but the characterful playing of the BBC winds propel the music towards its next climax at 7’25” (the trombones particularly prominent). All rights reserved. Shostakovich: Symphony No. SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. Shostakovich's Symphony No 11 is a remarkable piece with a powerful statement and it's brilliantly orchestrated by the BBC Philharmonic. Today’s talents will be tomorrow’s legends. Shostakovich Symphony No. Mark’s notes on Shostakovich Symphony No. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 11 in G minor, Op. The live performance from Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, London (11 December 2019) captures in Palace Square: Adagio the ominous, the lingering dread of the calm prior to the storm, haunted strings and distant, muted brass fanfares, flute and side-drum, intrusive tympanic beats under a pastoral song. Nelsons is particularly strong in this movement, and the Boston Symphony playing is astounding – if there is a reason to prefer the Storgårds performance, it is the superior Chandos sound, which makes the climax that begins at 7’45” overwhelming in its impact. 11- The Year 1905 Dmitri Shostakovich (Composer), Vasily Petrenko (Conductor), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (Orchestra) By David … 103 'The year 1905' WDR Sinfonieorchester Koln, Semyon Bychkov The performance from the WDR Symphony Orchestra is compelling at both ends of the dynamic spectrum, from the heart-rending funereal tread of the opening paragraph of 'In Memoriam' to the savage... — BBC Music Magazine, July 2006, More… 1 – Dausgaard, Review: Weinberg – Symphony No. By contrast, his Eleventh, which followed four years later frequently gets a bad press, because it is perceived to be too programmatic, repetitive and populist. We who know our Eisenstein recall his vivid recreation of the Odessa Steps. 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