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Dialogues With Shostakovich

Symphonic Etudes

By Rodion Shchedrin

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Orchestra (2 Picc. * 2 * 2 * 1 Engl. Hr. * Es-Klar. * 2 * 2 * Kfg. - 4 * 3 * 3 * 1 - P. S. (I: hg. Crot. Mil.-Tr. [hoch], Choclo; II: Tamt., Mil.-Tr. [mittel], Troika-Schellen, Pfeife; III: 2 Tomt. [mittel/mitteltief]; IV: Beckenpaar, Gr. Tr.) (4 Spieler) - Str. (1)
Symphonic Etudes. Composed by Rodion Shchedrin (1932-). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Study score. Composed 2001. 44 pages. Duration 17'. Schott Music #ED9774. Published by Schott Music (HL.49013096).

Item Number: HL.49013096

8.25x11.75 inches.

Many of Rodion Shchedrin's compositions are distinguished by deeply Slavonic feeling and thrilling virtuoso displays. Even though Shchedrin has won recognition all over the world for his work, he remains an essentially Russian composer who has not broken off his ties to Russian musical folk traditions and poetry. It is thus not surprising to learn of his profound admiration for his compatriot Shostakovich (Shchedrin writes: 'He is like a God to me.')The 'dialogues' in this one-movement orchestral piece give expression to this admiration; they describe and offer a musical commentary on the character of Shostakovich's music and of the man himself.

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