Nikolai Myaskovsky: Symphony No. 22 Op. 54 "Symphony-Ballad" (1941)




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Published on Nov 14, 2014

St. Peterburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra conducted by/ Orquesta Sinfónica Académica Estatal de San Petersburgo dirigida por Alexander Titov.

Nikolai Myaskovsky was regarded as the Father of the Soviet Symphony and he was respected as such by all younger composers, including his young “genius” friend Sergei Prokofiev. His Symphony No. 22 or “Symphony-Ballad” was composed in the first months of combat far away in Tblisi: It swings between moments of melancholy, sadness and heroism.

Nikolai Myaskovsky era considerado como el Padre de la Sinfonía Soviética y era respetado como tal por compositores más jóvenes incluido su joven amigo genio Sergei Prokofiev. Su Sinfonía No. 22 o “Balada-Sinfonía” fue compuesta en los primeros meses de combate pero lejos en Tiblisi: Ésta pasa entre momentos de melancolía, tristeza y heroísmo.

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Image/imagen: Victory Parade in the USSR/Desfile por la victoria de la URSS. 1945.

  • Category

  • Song

    • Symphony-Ballad No. 23, Op. 54
  • Artist

    • Alexander Titov
  • Album

    • 1941-1945: Wartime Music, Vol. 1
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    • NaxosofAmerica (on behalf of Northern Flowers), and 1 Music Rights Societies


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