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Shostakovich - The Symphonies - Bernard Haitink

Shostakovich - The Symphonies - Bernard Haitink (2006) [Box Set, 11 CDs]
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Classical | Release: 2006 | Label: Decca

When Decca first issued Bernard Haitink's Shostakovich symphony cycle between 1977 and 1984, it was the first non-Soviet cycle of the works. When the cycle was re-released as a set in 2006, it was still only the third non-Soviet cycle -- Eliahu Inbal had completed a perfunctory cycle for Denon and Ladislav Slovak a lackluster cycle for Naxos in the meantime -- but it was nevertheless by far the finest. One had to make some allowances for the earlier performances of Symphonies No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 7, No. 9, No. 10, and No. 15 by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Then a fairly characterful, reasonably polished, and relatively powerful ensemble, the LPO wasn't quite up to strenuous demands of the scores -- the First is irony deficient and the Seventh runs out of steam midway through the third movement. All such doubts disappear when the Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam takes over the Symphonies No. 5, No. 6, No. 8, No. 11, No. 12, No. 13, and No. 14. Then, now, and always one of the great European orchestras, the Concertgebouw was up for anything in the scores -- the central Largo from the Fifth is unbearable in its intensity and the opening Adagio from the Thirteenth is overwhelming in its ferocity.

But what made this the finest non-Soviet cycle was Haitink's leadership. To the inevitable question "Can a non-Soviet citizen comprehend the art of a Soviet symphonist?," the not altogether unexpected answer is "Yes, but not as a Soviet citizen would comprehend it." For the great Soviet conductors -- Kondrashin, Rozhdestvensky, and, pre-eminently, Mravinsky -- Shostakovich's symphonies are the history of their times transformed into art. For Haitink, Shostakovich's symphonies are art transforming the story of one man's life. In Haitink's interpretations, the symphonies are supremely well-wrought works of musical modernism, which, somewhat like Mahler's symphonies, are chapters in a sublimated musical autobiography. In effect, this means a less intrusive interpretive style that stresses the musical over the extra-musical. Thus, while Soviet conductors tend to take Shostakovich's symphonies very personally, Haitink takes them much more objectively. In practice, Haitink's performances are often as musically impressive as the best Soviet performances, but less emotionally harrowing. Coupled with the orchestral versions of the sensual Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva and the anguished From Jewish Folk Poetry, this set will be of interest to anyone who loves Shostakovich's symphonies and already knows the great Soviet performances of the works.

Decca's sound is variable. The late stereo recordings with the LPO are big and full, but sometimes shallow. The early digital recordings with the Concertgebouw are huge and detailed, but sometimes harsh.

Track list:

CD1:


01. Symphony No.1, Op.10 – 1. Allegretto – Allegro non troppo
02. Symphony No.1, Op.10 – 2. Allegro
03. Symphony No.1, Op.10 – 3. Lento
04. Symphony No.1, Op.10 – 4. Lento – Allegro molto
05. Symphony No.3, Op.20 – "1st of May” – 1. Allegretto – Allegro
06. Symphony No.3, Op.20 – "1st of May” – 2. Andante
07. Symphony No.3, Op.20 – "1st of May” – 3. Allegro – Largo
08. Symphony No.3, Op.20 – "1st of May” – 4. Moderato: V pervoye Pervoye maya

CD2:

01. Symphony No.2 in B major, Op.14 – "To October” – 1. Largo – Allegro molto
02. Symphony No.2 in B major, Op.14 – "To October” – 2. "My shli, my prosili raboty i khleba”
03. Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93 – 1. Moderato
04. Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93 – 2. Allegro
05. Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93 – 3. Allegretto
06. Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93 – 4. Andante – Allegro

CD3:

01. Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 – 1. Allegro poco moderato
02. Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 – 2. Presto
03. Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 – 3. Moderato con moto
04. Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 – 4. Largo
05. Symphony No.4 in C minor, Op.43 – 5. Allegro

CD4:

01. Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.47 – 1. Moderato
02. Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.47 – 2. Allegretto
03. Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.47 – 3. Largo
04. Symphony No.5 in D minor, Op.47 – 4. Allegro non troppo
05. Symphony No.9 in E flat, Op.70 – 1. Allegro
06. Symphony No.9 in E flat, Op.70 – 2. Moderato
07. Symphony No.9 in E flat, Op.70 – 3. Presto
08. Symphony No.9 in E flat, Op.70 – 4. Largo
09. Symphony No.9 in E flat, Op.70 – 5. Allegretto

CD5:

01. Symphony No.6 in B minor, Op.54 – 1. Largo
02. Symphony No.6 in B minor, Op.54 – 2. Allegro
03. Symphony No.6 in B minor, Op.54 – 3. Presto
04. Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 "The Year 1917″ – 1. Revolutionary Petrograd (Moderato – Allegro – Più mosso – Allegro)
05. Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 "The Year 1917″ – 2. Razliv (Allegro. L’istesso tempo – Adagio)
06. Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 "The Year 1917″ – 3. Aurora (L’istesso tempo – Allegro)
07. Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 "The Year 1917″ – 4. Dawn of Humanity (L’istesso tempo – Allegretto – Allegro – Moderato)

CD6:

01. Symphony No.7, Op.60 – "Leningrad” – 1. Allegretto
02. Symphony No.7, Op.60 – "Leningrad” – 2. Moderato (poco allegretto)
03. Symphony No.7, Op.60 – "Leningrad” – 3. Adagio
04. Symphony No.7, Op.60 – "Leningrad” – 4. Allegro non troppo

CD7:

01. Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65 – 1. Adagio
02. Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65 – 2. Allegretto
03. Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65 – 3. Allegro non troppo
04. Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65 – 4. Largo
05. Symphony No.8 in C minor, Op.65 – 5. Allegretto

CD8:

01. Symphony No.11 in G minor, Op.103 "The Year of 1905″ – 1. The Palace Square (Adagio)
02. Symphony No.11 in G minor, Op.103 "The Year of 1905″ – 2. Ninth of January (Allegro – Adagio)
03. Symphony No.11 in G minor, Op.103 "The Year of 1905″ – 3. Eternal Memory (Adagio)
04. Symphony No.11 in G minor, Op.103 "The Year of 1905″ – 4. Alarm (Allegro non troppo – Adagio – Allegro)

CD9:

01. Symphony No.13, Op.113″Babi Yar” – 1. Adagio – "Babi Yar”
02. Symphony No.13, Op.113″Babi Yar” – 2. Allegretto – "Humour”
03. Symphony No.13, Op.113″Babi Yar” – 3. Adagio – "In the Store”
04. Symphony No.13, Op.113″Babi Yar” – 4. Largo – "Fears”
05. Symphony No.13, Op.113″Babi Yar” – 5. Allegretto – "A Career”

CD10:

01. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 1. De Profundis (Lorca)
02. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 2. Malagueña (Lorca)
03. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 3. Loreley (Brentano after Apollinaire)
04. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 4. Le suicidé (Apollinaire)
05. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 5. Les attentives I (Apollinaire)
06. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 6. Les attentives II (Apollinaire)
07. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 7. A la santé (Apollinaire)
08. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 8. Réponse des Cosaques Zaporogues au Sultan
09. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 9. O Delvig! (Küchelbecker)
10. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 10. Der Tod des Dichters (Rilke)
11. Symphony No.14, Op.135 – 11. Schluß-Stück (Rilke)
12. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 1. My poems
13. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 2. Where does this tenderness come from?
14. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 3. Hamlet’s dialogue with conscience
15. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 4. The Poet and the Tsar
16. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 5. No, the drum beat
17. Six Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Op.143a – 6. To Anna Akhmatova

CD11:

01. Symphony No.15, Op.141 – 1. Allegretto
02. Symphony No.15, Op.141 – 2. Adagio – Largo – Adagio – Largo
03. Symphony No.15, Op.141 – 3. Allegretto
04. Symphony No.15, Op.141 – 4. Adagio – Allegretto – Adagio – Allegretto
05. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 1. Lament for a dead infant
06. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 2. Fussy Mummy and Auntie
07. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 3. Lullaby
08. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 4. Before a long separation
09. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 5. A warning
10. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 6. The deserted father
11. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 7. A song of poverty
12. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 8. Winter
13. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 9. The good life
14. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 10. A girl’s song
15. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op.79 – 11. Happiness

# Performer: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Marius Rintzler, Julia Varady, Elisabeth Söderström, Ryszard Karcykowski
# Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
# Conductor: Bernard Haitink
# Composer: Dmitry Shostakovich

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