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Dmitri Shostakovich ‘Waltz No.2’: What a Suite Dance!



The inspiration for this blog comes from my love of composer Dmitri Shostakovich, as well as wanting to write a blog that is slightly shorter and a bit lighter than some of my earlier ones. I shall be looking into one of my favourite waltz’s of all time – Shostakovich’s Waltz No.2 from Suite for Variety Orchestra. Shostakovich wrote this suite post-1956 as it is used as part of the soundtrack of the Russian film The First Elechon. The suite itself has 8 small movements in them, all of which are scored for a large orchestra (with the addition of a full saxophone section, a celeste and two pianos). In a composers note on the score, Shostakovich writes that any amount of the movements can be played at any one time, as well as in any order the conductor pleases. This adds a personal effect for the conductor/orchestra as it…

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Do Kien Cuong – Three Pieces – oboe piano

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