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Prelude: Adagio - The BT Scottish Ensemble - Shostakovich (CD, Album)

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  8. Mar 24,  · A NAXOS CD, CD 1 of an 11 CD set of all the Shostakovich symphonies by these forces. The first thing that occurs to me about this CD is that the high quality of the performance of this very English choir in the lst movement of the Third Symphony is a reproach to determinist view of origins and destinies I duscussed in my last commentary.

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