9 thoughts on “ Romance - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Frank Shipway - Shostakovich (CD, Album)

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  • This performance by Frank Shipway and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is ostensibly a showcase for the orchestra's extraordinary abilities and sonorities, and the fantastic sound quality of this state-of-the-art digital recording presents the ensemble to best advantage. Yet it's the emotional depths attained that will captivate listeners, more 9/
  • Shostakovich*, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* Conducted By Frank Shipway: Shostakovich*, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* Conducted By Frank Shipway - Symphony No In E Minor Op / Excerpt From The Gadfly Suite Op ‎ (CD, Album, SBM) Tring: TRP UK: Sell This Version5/5(1).
  • Oct 23,  · The story of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is colourful and dramatic with a reputation worldwide for music-making of the highest quality. In , Sir Thomas Beecham set out to create a world-class ensemble from the finest musicians in the country.
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  • Frank Shipway is not a name that I recognize doing any piece. In fact I took the advice of friend and tried to give listen based upon his recommedation. Shipway is excellent at building climaxes the first movement of the Shostakovich 10th. He beats Karajan by seconds in the speed he dispatches the orchestra in the second movement/5(6).
  • Label: Tring - TRP • Series: The Royal Philharmonic Collection • Format: CD Album SBM - SuperBitMapping • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern, Contemporary Shostakovich*, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* Conducted By Frank Shipway - Symphony No In E Minor Op / Excerpt From The Gadfly Suite Op (, SBM 3/5(1).
  • Shostakovich’s energetic piano concertos feature striking and attractive themes, with sudden changes of mood between the burlesque and haunting, perfectly captured in these live recordings with pianist Martin Helmchen and the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski.

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