In a nearby thread (Borrowed Time) we incidentally made reference to Symphony Number 5 by Dimitri Shostakovitch, and that jostled my memory about a classical radio series I did that opened with a performance of that work.
In the spirit of generic labeling I named the series SYMPHONY MUSIC and did about 30-some shows.
Program No. 1 opens with "A Soldier's Tale" by Igor Stravinsky, a very jazzy and jaunty piece for a small military-like group of players, this version recorded with amazing fidelity in 1932 conducted by the composer.
Then we get to the main course... the famous 5th from Shostakovitch, this time played by the Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of Artur Rodzinsky in 1942.
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