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SHOSTAKOVICH: Hamlet, Op 116

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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Overture (Suite, No. 1)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Military Music
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Fanfares
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Palace Ball (Suite, No. 2)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Story of Horatio and the Ghost
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Ball
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Ghost (Suite, No. 3)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Hamlet's Parting from Ophelia
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Palace Music
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Arrival of the Players (Suite, No. 6)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Monologue (What a rogue and peasant slave)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Hamlet's Monologue (To be or not to be)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Royal Fanfare
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): In the Garden (Suite, No. 4)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Booth Fanfare
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Poisoning Scene (Suite, No. 5)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Flutes Play
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Ophelia's Descent into Madness (Song of Ophelia)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Ophelia's Insanity
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Death of Ophelia (Suite, No. 7)
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): Hamlet at Ophelia's Grave
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Cemetery
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Hamlet, Op. 116 (Suite, Op. 116a; arr. L. Atovmian): The Duel - The Death of Hamlet - Hamlet's Funeral (Suite, No. 8)
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 62:24

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Long, but worth it it

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A month ago I heard the Hamlet Suite on the car radio and immediately downloaded it and have thoroughly enjoyed it and thought it my best download so far this year. Today I found this full-film score version and downloadeed it and found it even more enjoyable. Though lengthy, it is never boring nor repetitious. Although both are great I think this Yablonsky rendition is a little more brittle and precise.

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