Shostakovich: Choral Music

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Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Artist: Tatyana Kravchenko (piano), Chorus of the Academy of Choral Arts,
Victor Popov (conductor)

These choruses are not (or not entirely) the tub-thumping exercises in blatant jingoistic rabble-rousing that you might expect, but contain many moments of poetry that make them secular rivals to earlier works by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov which draw from Russia’s great Orthodox tradition of choral music. In Stalin’s Russia such an option was closed to Shostakovich, of course, even had he wished to explore it, but instead he used the poetry of Revolutionary leaders and imbued it both with his own, bitter-sweet harmonic vocabulary while never losing sight of the powerful character of Russian choruses for whom he would be writing. One such, Moscow-based, performs the two cycles on this recording, and they naturally have the idiom, and language, under their skins.

00:00:00 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 1: Boldly, friends, on we march!
00:01:09 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 2: One of many
00:05:31 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 3: Onto the streets!
00:07:00 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 4: The meeting in transit to exile
00:09:36 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 5: To those condemned to death
00:13:28 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 6: The Ninth of January
00:21:10 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 7: The valleys have become silent
00:25:56 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 8: They are the victors
00:27:30 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 9: May Day Song
00:30:14 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Poems on texts by revolutionary poets, Op. 88: No. 10: Song
00:35:20 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: All of a sudden there was a clap of thunder over Moscow
00:37:25 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: Beyond the mountains, beyond the valleys
00:38:38 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: Out of the forest of spears and swords
00:41:14 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: Nights are dark, the clouds are menacing
00:43:37 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: A little cuckoo cuckoos
00:46:54 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: The Splinter
00:50:29 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: Fir grove, my fir grove
00:51:37 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: In my dear father’s green garden
00:55:42 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: I told my sweetheart
00:59:59 Dmitri Shostakovich: Ten Russian Folk songs for Soloists, Mixed Chorus and Piano: What a song

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