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Old 08-05-2005, 09:00 PM
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I just realized you have no Shostakovich pieces on this site...I highly suggest Symphonies 10, 11, and 12, and Galop by Shostakovich. They're awesome pieces.
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Old 08-05-2005, 09:13 PM
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I like Shostakovich and the pieces you suggested are wonderful! (except for the 11th symphony which I haven't ever listened to) But unfortunately I am afraid that his works are all copyrighted...
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Its really too bad all of what he had to endure, all of the censorship and living under a dictator like Stalin I never want to experience that...
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Luckier than many other composers before him though, don't you think so?
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Yeah he was...although that was a really time for him to be composing...and to think, I thought I was the only person that studied composers...Heh, I have this huge encyclopedia of the big composers...
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Luckier than many other composers before him though, don't you think so?


Some, he was luckier than some, I feel bad for the folks that could onyl compose in 3/4 or else the church would go after them...
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I think it is like a great composers' "curse". Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Strauss, Tchaikovsky and so many others... Such tragedy in each one's biography... In contrast with Shostakovich, I think most of them had a more miserable life
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I guess I want a "curse" then cause I really want to be one of the really good composers...
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I guess I want a "curse" then cause I really want to be one of the really good composers...

Don't worry...so do I. hehe, I think I'm halfway there though.
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I just realized you have no Shostakovich pieces on this site...I highly suggest Symphonies 10, 11, and 12, and Galop by Shostakovich. They're awesome pieces.


Loren,
I love Shostakovich and we'd like to publish his works, but unfortunately he's still copyrighted. We look forward to be able to publish his extraordinary compositions!

Thank you for your understanding.

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