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Of Soviet Russia but Shostakovich fearing reprisals stipulated that the book should not appear until after his deathEver since its publication in 1979 it has been the subject of controversy some suggesting that Volkov invented parts of it but most affirming that it revealed.

Свидетельство epub Свидетельство PDFOf Soviet Russia but Shostakovich fearing reprisals stipulated that the book should not appear until after his deathEver since its publication in 1979 it has been the subject of controversy some suggesting that Volkov invented parts of it but most affirming that it revealed.

❰PDF❯ ✩ Свидетельство Author Dmitri Shostakovich – Weplayit.co 'A terrifying and unhappy book' The GuardianThis astounding self portrait covering the whole of Shostakovich's life 1906 1975 was prepared in collaboration with the distinguished Soviet musicologist S'A terrifying and unhappy book' The GuardianThis astounding self portrait covering the whole of Shostakovich's life 1906 1975 was prepared in collaboration with the distinguished Soviet musicologist Solomon Volkov With the composer's consent the manuscript was smuggled out.

Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê

Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê

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  1. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFAh I read this long ago borrowed from the town centre library which was located at a convenient middish point between school and home At the time I listened to a fair bit of Shostakovich mostly symphonies and thoug


  2. Brian Brian says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFThis was amazing We are often told of a composer's thought process in school but here we can get at the words of the man himself And they are extraordinary words There's really very little in here that is self congratulatory or egotistical The writings reveal a very humble and hardworking man who was deeply tormented by the state of affairs of his mother country in the era of StalinAmusingly he even met the man several times He was in constant fear of being censored and shot just like every other artist of the time But he also didn't play the flattery game didn't go in for politicsjust worked It's a miracle he outlived Stalin especially considering how full of satire and even anger much of his works were toward his own government He has no kind words for Stalin in this book In fact it's packed with intensely horrific descriptions of the man not his physical appearance but his soulThough with all of the darkness in this man's


  3. Alliebear Alliebear says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFThis is an insightful look into the nature history and past of one of classical music's most mysterious figures Volkov's picture of


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFI give Shostakovich himself 5 stars but I can only give this 3 because of the sketchy circumstances under which it was written Really I have no idea what the truth is at this point but certainly enough people have talked about it The idea is that Solomon Volkov may have made up a lot of it but even if it was stuff Shostakovich said it was at the very end of his life when he was really cranky and in a lot of pain I would say depressing stuff I didn't mean in that case too So although it's an interesting read from a historical debat


  5. Phillip Phillip says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFI've read this one a few times Astonishing chronicle of the life of a great artist during the Soviet era I know the book has been called into uestion in recent years did Shostakovich really write it or did Solomon Volkov make a lot of it up? regardless the stories are shocking and many of them ARE documented so


  6. Theresa Theresa says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFsad and compelling controversial and confrontational well written words about shostakovich heartbreakingly true and beautiful


  7. Steve R Steve R says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDF Can music attack evil? Can it make men stop and think? Can it cry out and thereby draw men’s attention to various vile acts to which he has become accustomed? to the things he passes without any interest?Shostakovich spent a larg


  8. kingshearte kingshearte says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDF The story of the creation and emergence of Testimony is one of high drama In these memoirs Dmitri Shostakovich the musical titan whom the Russians presented to the world as the personification of their ideal in the arts reveals himself as a profoundly tormented man deeply ambivalent in his feelings about himself and his roleFor some four years before Shostakovich's death working first in Leningrad and then in Moscow the brilliant young Soviet musicologist Solomon Volkov drew forth from Shostakovich memories whose publication the composer came to see as mandatory I must do this I must he said to Volkov who took down these recollections and then shaped and edited them retaining always Shostakovich's idi


  9. Nancy Nancy says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFThis is not an autobiography but memoirs about the people among whom Shostakovich associated from fellow musicians and filmmakers and poets to Stalin whom he usually refers to sarcastically Shostakovich dictated these memoirs to his close and trusted friend Volkov and asked him to publish them in the west after his death It is an expose of life as an oppressed Soviet musician and citizen Very interesting to me as a musician but even so as an insider's look at life in Russia under the terrifying rule of Stalin He was constantly afraid for his life but he continued to compose symphonies that depicted what the peo


  10. Lisa Lisa says:

    Epub Dmitri Shostakovich æ æ Свидетельство PDF ê Свидетельство epub, Свидетельство PDFShostakovich had a sad life He said at the end of the book every day of my life brings no joy He knew a lot of talented and important people and he was very talented himself but he was not happy He lived under Stalin's rule In this book he tells how terrible Stalin was and tells many stories about how Stalin killed the blind the successful and the highly skilled Stalin was easily jealous unpredictable and very destructive Russia at the time of Shostakovich was not a good place to live There is one story that he relates that is very amusing about Stalin asking the great composers of Russia to compose a new Russian anthem He tells Shostakovich and Khachaturain that they have to collaborate on the anthem Their styles are very different but they h


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