Shostakovich, Schumann

Estrio

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Original Recording Format: DSD 64

Dmitrij Sostakovic was born in 1906 and his history makes him one the most outstanding  and controversial artists of the Sovietic Union. He died in 1975. Most of Dmitrij Sostakovic’s chamber operas were dedicated to Quartets for strings, a corpus of 15 operas, which equal the number of the Symphonies to which the Russian composer  dedicated himself starting from 1938, accentuating his work in this field in elderly age. In addition to the Quartet compositions, Sostakovic’s chamber production, far from being  abundant, is concentrated in the two Suites for jazz orchestra, in the three Sonate for  string instrument (cello, violin and viola), in the Piano Quintet op. 57 and the Trio op. 67. 

 

Tracklist

1.
Trio for violin, cello and piano op.67 - Andante
08:11
2.
Trio for violin, cello and piano op.67 - Allegro non troppo
08:41
3.
Trio for violin, cello and piano op.67 - Largo
04:46
4.
Trio for violin, cello and piano op.67 - Allegretto
05:42
5.
Trio in F major n.2 op. 80 - Molto allegro
06:58
6.
Trio in F major n.2 op. 80 - Con intima espressione
03:02
7.
Trio in F major n.2 op. 80 - In moto moderato
04:44
8.
Trio in F major n.2 op. 80 - Non troppo presto
09:55

Total time: 00:51:59

Additional information

Label

SKU

SRCD3003

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Artists

Composers

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Genres

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Digital Converters

dCS

Microphones

Neumann, U47,U48

Original Recording Format

Producer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording location

Tetro Amilcare Ponchieli Cremona

Recording Software

Merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Release Date June 10, 2016

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