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Myaskovsky: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 13

Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Rudin

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Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 3  
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I. Lento, ma non troppo - Allegro
Nikolai Myaskovsky; Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Rudin
15:16
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II. Larghetto. Quasi andante
Nikolai Myaskovsky; Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Rudin
12:12
3
III. Allegro assai e molto risoluto
Nikolai Myaskovsky; Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Rudin
10:23
4
Symphony No. 13 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 36
Nikolai Myaskovsky; Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Rudin
20:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:18
With 27 symphonies to his name, Nikolay Myaskovsky is known as the ‘father of the Soviet symphony,’ his legacy placing him in the same line as other great Russian symphonists such as Prokofiev and Shostakovich. Myaskovsky’s richly Romantic Symphony No. 1 won him the Glazunov scholarship, and as a graduation work reveals the influence of Tchaikovsky and Scriabin in its expressive, dramatic impact. The more experimental but also deeply inward-looking and disconsolate Symphony No. 13 is regarded as one of Myaskovsky’s most individual statements.
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