Leningrad Symphony. Sub-title of Shostakovich's sym. No.7 in C major, Op.60, comp. 1941 during Ger. siege of Leningrad. F.p. Kuibyshev 1942; f. Eng. p. London 1942 cond. Wood. Ballet made from 1st movt., 1961, Kirov Ballet (choreog. Igor Belsky).
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