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  • tayubino

    dat 15th

    18 dias atrás
  • AntonioFuck

    Come to Brazil

    Mês passado
  • OG-Gurda

    Baller.

    Mês passado
  • Uncle-Steak

    Dopest beats ever. Shout out to all my bitches in Peter. Peace.

    maio 2014
  • FFFUUUUUUUUUUUN

    Охуенно, ребята, просто охуенно

    março 2014
  • exotic248

    tom and jerry

    março 2014
  • kirlimasumiyet

    Nymphomaniac reminds me him again <3

    março 2014
  • Rendot

    His music equals his epoch. Smiles on the background of despair.

    fevereiro 2014
  • Miss_Burstner

    fevereiro 2014
  • Marquise-None

    A God...

    janeiro 2014
  • Le__Freak

    #10 ♥ ♥ ♥

    janeiro 2014
  • pornophony

    Favorite ever.

    janeiro 2014
  • Slim_rafa

    bom dimais.

    dezembro 2013
  • CosmicPi

    Absolutely brilliant.

    novembro 2013
  • SexLuthor

    cartoon music...

    outubro 2013
  • upgrade18

    Jazz Suite cover based on the original https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-HdXBrrh5gVE/UfLcOvutN7I/AAAAAAAAF-k/MzKqC9mLLRM/s610-no/shostakovich+portada+14.jpg

    julho 2013
  • SkylineFugitive

    Symphony Nº 11 is so dark and depressive, it ends in a way that feels like the whole world has been doomed.

    julho 2013
  • BlindSlaves

    stopped reading after "The Worst Classic Composer Ever (after Alfred Schnittke)" [3]

    julho 2013
  • Ali-Red

    Unknowny503 top lel

    junho 2013
  • Sooperglitcher

    Can't wait for the new album.

    maio 2013
  • amnesiacphlgm

    stopped reading after "The Worst Classic Composer Ever (after Alfred Schnittke)"

    maio 2013
  • TheDarthsala

    Pure genius!

    abril 2013
  • metalostalin

    почему только советские исполнители не пишутся на родном языке? чем он хуже японских иероглифов?: -(

    abril 2013
  • HardKyu

    fuderosíssimo

    março 2013
  • EshunsDeparture

    loving on the string quartet no. 3 <3 check it out

    março 2013
  • lll__

    yes, sooooo hardcore!

    fevereiro 2013
  • Le__Freak

    #7 ♥ ♥ ♥

    fevereiro 2013
  • Tlalock

    for all of you loving Shostakovich, check out this brilliant piece by his Ukrainian contemporary Boris Lyatoshynsky http://youtu.be/VRzeRlg_3BI

    janeiro 2013
  • xspokkyx

    So hardcore!

    dezembro 2012
  • CamConnor

    "Well, and now let's have some tea." ~ Rachmaninoff, on the Leningrad Symphony

    dezembro 2012
  • Guy-Fawkes

    Jhaidinszaev Probably just a true American or, perhaps, British like you could think about draining precious american body fluids while most musicians of Leningrad Orchestra were dead of cold and starvation. By the way, we called it Soviet Citizens and Capitalistic Countries of the West.

    novembro 2012
  • Jhaidinszaev

    The Leningrad Symphony was one of Shostakovich's only pieces received as well in the East as in the West. To the Soviets it was a powerful statement of heroic resolve in the face of Nazi aggression, whereas to the Americans it was a powerful statement of heroic resolve in the face of Nazi aggression that was probably also a secret critique of the godless communists and their plans to drain precious american bodily fluids.

    setembro 2012
  • FaustFest

    The "Leningrad"-Symphony just keeps getting more and more excitig every time I listen to it. +1 Interesting to note it wasn't particularly well received at the time.

    setembro 2012
  • TheDarthsala

    The "Leningrad"-Symphony just keeps getting more and more excitig every time I listen to it.

    setembro 2012
  • Kristman

    Piano Quintet in G minor is simply sublime, although I haven't yet much to compare it with, having only just started listening to Shostakovich.

    agosto 2012
  • Wooshmeister

    Going through his pictures, this dude pretty much looked the same his entire life.

    agosto 2012
  • PierreMenes

    MaglorF Vote for the correct tag Дмитрий Дмитриевич Шостакович I fucking laugh

    julho 2012
  • marianegrrrl

    papai do céu.

    julho 2012
  • TheDarthsala

    I loved Kubrick's use of the Waltz in Eyes Wide Shut, a great film!

    julho 2012
  • gartenkunst

    Salute, if you love the music of Dmitri Shostakovich and you have it somewhere in the top of your charts, you're invited to the Shostakovich-group: http://www.last.fm/group/Shostakovich+l+%D0%A8%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%87+l+Schostakowitsch?setlang=en with best regards, П.

    junho 2012
  • Jhaidinszaev

    (I'm glad there's very little of that kind of thing on this shoutbox actually... also recommend the chapter on Shostakovich from Taruskin's Defining Russia Musically for anyone who's interested, very insightful)

    junho 2012
  • Jhaidinszaev

    @qixonnaute that would completely ruin all the secret anti-soviet messages he worked into his music! did you know that if you play the fifth symphony backwards you can clearly hear the words "capitalism is great and stalin has a tiny dick"? i read it in Testimony or something

    junho 2012
  • MaglorF

    Vote for the correct tag Дмитрий Дмитриевич Шостакович

    junho 2012
  • FaustFest

    I agree completely with what you said, KoechlinFan. There remains in his work a great emotion and it is often melodious. He manages to introduce dissonance in an otherwise melodic piece effortlessly.

    junho 2012
  • Catata

    The Year 1905.

    junho 2012
  • KoechlinFan82

    One of the most brilliant composers of the 20th Century in my estimate. His symphonies and string quartets continue to get recorded and are, in my mind, major compositions, but I think he wrote a lot of great music outside of these cycles like the ballets "The Golden Age" and "The Bolt," all of the concerti, the film scores, especially "Macbeth" and "Hamlet," the piano trios, the operas, especially "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District," the "Piano Quartet," among other works. The reason why Shostakovich remains popular today is that he proved that music using tonality was still a viable form of expression even after all of the experimentation that was going on around him. Of course, the Soviet regime pushed him into writing more "acceptable" works, but there's something deeply profound in his music that gives the music more of a humanizing quality. He did stretch tonality very far, but he always remained a traditionalist at heart and he wasn't afraid to write a memorable melody.

    maio 2012
  • Orenji-kun

    He was a fucking genius.

    maio 2012
  • katewishing

    If you like Symphony No. 4, listen to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeeaiEdCkqc&t=3m0s

    maio 2012
  • mauromazzo

    Respect.

    maio 2012
  • karolina500

    maio 2012