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  • 9buttonsleeves

    Gadflies a plenty.

    Julio 2013
  • Sooperglitcher

    Rousing and unique!

    Junio 2013
  • DrPurpleEater

    I for one am grateful to find this on Debussy radio here. Pandora plays me the Batman Begins soundtrack, last.fm suggests real beauty [Seconded]

    Enero 2013
  • dmoerner

    I for one am grateful to find this on Debussy radio here. Pandora plays me the Batman Begins soundtrack, last.fm suggests real beauty

    Diciembre 2012
  • StuartHaden1

    Claude Debussy is more at peace with himself

    Septiembre 2012
  • StuartHaden1

    am dismayed and puzzled why this is on Claude Debussy Radio. I cannot imagine two composers so different in temperament and personality. Dimitri is obviously a troubled, tormented intellect of calculating delibrateness whilst Claude

    Agosto 2012
  • wycedriver

    A rousing victory speech (musically) that incorporates Beethoven's Ode to Joy at the final victory/liberation of the town of Dresden.

    Agosto 2012
  • kenDoubleU

    a very moving piece.

    Abril 2012
  • douglasC280

    super...

    Febrero 2012
  • camune

    Master piece

    Noviembre 2011
  • veraoliveir

    Maravilhoso!

    Mayo 2011
  • abunono

    Superb!

    Abril 2011
  • cynthia_1111

    no.

    Marzo 2011
  • dynaslo

    The opening of this piece is like that sinking feeling in your stomach when you know you have done wrong and are awaiting the consequences.

    Febrero 2011
  • chepe_fs

    incredible!

    Febrero 2011
  • rudigerkurt

    absolute

    Enero 2011
  • rivkahrrrobot

    This might be my favorite song right now. The beethoven quote makes it delightfully absurd and glorious. :]

    Diciembre 2010
  • Qalfzx

    ..zzZz

    Noviembre 2010
  • Discoteque77

    Wow!

    Noviembre 2010
  • vincentmg

    The triumphant theme in the middle of this gets me every time...

    Septiembre 2010
  • rosmaritbrum

    fantastico....

    Septiembre 2010
  • Satnos

    Great!!!

    Agosto 2010
  • Satnos

    I love this piece!!!

    Julio 2010
  • aloysius

    I thought it was an ironic reference to the british bombing of dresden during WW2. The first part is the destruction of the city, the second is a hugely ironic fanfare. it's meant to be pompous, because the destruction is no cause for joy at all.

    Abril 2010
  • Zlotythepoet

    i guess seeing as the liberation is a cause for joy the inclusion of ode to joy is deliberate

    Abril 2010
  • Zlotythepoet

    like it.

    Abril 2010
  • lilamausili

    +Fantastic !

    Marzo 2010
  • tematrilia

    I love it but not the end

    Febrero 2010
  • s_d_h

    lol ode to joy at the end....

    Noviembre 2009
  • scorpion305678

    WOW! love this song

    Noviembre 2009
  • oldandbold

    There is quite a few Russian composers. They all wrote and composed a lot of great stuff.

    Noviembre 2009
  • tematrilia

    I prefer the beginning though.... do not like the pompous middle to end

    Septiembre 2009
  • tematrilia

    uoh1 big...

    Septiembre 2009
  • dvega78

    LOL Lord_Zboy

    Julio 2009
  • beautemp270

    nice observation, Lord_Zboy^^

    Julio 2009
  • cat_at

    Vontecht iche koueler fienslenten

    Junio 2009
  • Itterashai

    Is the inclusion of the Ode to Joy at the end legal/admitted or did he actually rip it?

    Mayo 2009
  • Lord_Zboy

    Love the music, but he does look like grown-up Harry Potter!!

    Abril 2009
  • oskar333

    Genius!!

    Abril 2009
  • dariotolkien

    Ode an die Freude! Frölische musik!

    Abril 2009
  • Throcky

    This liberated me.

    Abril 2009
  • tegoyo

    ,,,,,,,,,,

    Marzo 2009
  • fuss73

    :)buch:)buch:)

    Marzo 2009
  • sergioobed

    me ncanta ese tema!

    Marzo 2009
  • bahur

    rip off!

    Enero 2009
  • violin08

    I love Beethovens theme :-)

    Enero 2009
  • mawkowe

    Diciembre 2008
  • ediel

    walts

    Septiembre 2008
  • kevinmedina

    Very moving

    Julio 2008
  • sephard

    http://www.epitonic.com/artists/dimitrishostakovich.html

    Febrero 2008