This can be one of many first albums that Aerosmith recorded. The coll includes a few black and white photographs of the band. it's a welcome boost to the opposite Aerosmith collections and includes one in all their most famed songs-- stroll this manner, besides Toys within the Attic and others.
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The sense of being lifted into clear air is strengthened by the simple diatonic melody played by a bassoon. Nonetheless, this concluding Allegretto is emotionally the most problematical part of the symphony, for the tone is sometimes ambiguous, even contradictory - perhaps deliberately so. Clearly, Shostakovich had no intention of aiming at the kind of public, triumphal conclusion found in the Leningrad. The final pages of these two symphonies could hardly be more different, that of the 41 SH O S T A K O V I C H S Y M P H O N I E S Eighth presenting a hushed, almost dreamlike reflection on the beginning of the bassoon melody - the notes C, D, C.
Here, then, is a possible clue to the work's declining fortunes in the past thirty years. SYMPHONY N O . 8 IN C MINOR As the popular appeal of the · Leningrad. fell away, so the Eighth Symphony; Op. 65 ( 1 943 ) , came to be more widely appreciated. Written at the height of the war, this symphony took much longer to become well known . The Eighth is one of Shostakovich's darkest and deepest expressions, and at the three-day conference on music presided over by Zhdanov in 1 948 it was particularly stigmatised for its 'extreme subj ectivism', 'unrelieved gloom' and 'wilful complexity' .
This is heard twelve times in all - the same insistent summons, never extended - and on its first appearance heralds a wholly unexpected reference to the coda of the first movement (see figs. 1 1 5 and 65) . Why this dramatically pointed reference back ? Here again, almost certainly, the programme holds the answer. That this seeming intermezzo is in fact of programmatic importance is confirmed by the presence of DSCH, which becomes associated with a Tchaikovsky-like dramatic crisis. Furthermore, the beginning of the first theme (Ex.