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Posted by stfine at Oct. 22, 2016
Prokofiev - Symphony no 5 (Mork; Petrenko) 2016 [HDTV 720p]

Prokofiev - Symphony no 5 (Mørk; Petrenko) 2016 [HDTV 720p]
AVC, 1280x720p (16:9), 4 mbps, 25 fps | AC3 384 kbps, 2 ch | 00:54:55 | GB
Classical, Orchestral | | HDTV->MKV

Live at Oslo Konserthus, July 10, 2016.
Alexander Ivashkin, Russian State SO, Valeri Polyansky - Sergey Prokofiev: Symphony No. 2; Symphony-Concerto (2002)

Sergey Prokofiev - Symphony No. 2 Op. 40, Symphony-Concerto Op. 125 (2002)
Alexander Ivashkin, cello; Russian State Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Valeri Polyansky

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 358 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 194 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Chandos | # CHAN 9989 | Time: 01:19:39

Chandos’s previous Prokofiev series, recorded in the 80s with Neëme Järvi and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, is still probably the most recommendable complete cycle available. Chandos now seem to feel the need to start again, the reason possibly being that they are now using ‘authentically’ all-Russian forces. Whatever the company’s motivation (or if indeed it is to be a complete cycle), the results are impressively powerful, and the coupling stimulating and generous.
Marin Alsop, São Paulo Symphony - Prokofiev: Symphony No.5 / The Year 1941 (2012) [BD-Audio Rip]

Marin Alsop, São Paulo Symphony - Prokofiev: Symphony No.5 / The Year 1941 (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 59:38 minutes | 1,03 GB
Blu-Ray Pure Audio | Sourced track: LPCM | Artwork: Front cover

Written in 1944, Prokofiev’s Fifth Symphony is one of his greatest and most complete symphonic statements. At its première he himself called it “a symphony of the grandeur of the human spirit”. The first movement couples considerable strength with unexpected yet highly characteristic twists of melody. After a violent scherzo followed by a slow movement of sustained lyricism, with a fiercely dramatic middle section, the finale blazes with barely suppressed passion. The Year 1941 is another wartime work, a symphonic suite written in response to the German invasion of the Soviet Union.
Prokofiev - Symphony Nº5 & Bartok - Concerto For Orchestra - Cleveland Orchestra - Szell

Prokofiev - Symphony Nº5 & Bartok - Concerto For Orchestra - Cleveland Orchestra - Szell
EAC 099pb4 Rip | APE+CUE, LOGs | 1 CD | 73:37 min | 375 MB | 300 dpi PDF Complete Scans
Genre: 20th Century | Label: Masterworks Heritage - Sony Classical

Hi fellows. This is the other Prokofiev's 5th on request. Hope you enjoy!

George Szell's Prokofiev Fifth is a swift, exciting performance that offers predictably razor-sharp orchestral execution. The recording, though, which dates from the late 1950s, is shallow in the bass, and relegates the percussion to another county--a real problem in the crashing, tam-tam led climaxes to the first and third movements. The Bartók, with much better sonics, is without question one of the finest versions ever recorded, or at least it would have been were it not for the whopping cut that Szell makes in the finale. This also necessitates a bit of recomposition in order to make the join work, and after four superbly played and sensitively conducted preceding movements, Szell's mangling (which really does sound clumsy) comes as something of a shock. I believe Szell's importance as a conductor outweighs the perversity of this one decision, but each listener will have to decide this individually. Both works are, in any case, two major entries in the Szell discography, and can be recommended accordingly to his many fans.
Sergei Prokofiev - Symphony Nº 5 - The Meeting Of The Volga and The Don - Philadelphia Orch. - Muti

Prokofiev - Symphony Nº 5 - The Meeting Of The Volga and The Don - Philadelphia Orchestra - Muti
EAC 099pb4 Rip | APE+CUE, LOGs | 1 CD | 59:22 min | 265 MB | 300 dpi PDF Complete Scans
Genre: 20th Century | Label: Philips

Hi. Here is another Prokofiev's 5th due to a friend's request. Enjoy!

This 1990 Prokofiev Fifth probably is the most successful of the handful of recordings Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra made for Philips. Having already demonstrated their flair for Prokofiev in the Romeo & Juliet suites for EMI, Muti and the Philadelphians offer an impressive rendition of the symphony, with stunning playing throughout. The orchestra made an earlier recording with Ormandy, whose keen conducting yielded a somewhat more incisive reading, but Muti has the advantage of Philips' modern recording, which presents the orchestra in full, spacious sound with wide dynamics (the tremendous close of the first movement and the grinding climax of the Adagio are powerfully reproduced). Muti and the orchestra also bring all of their virtuoso resources to bear on The Meeting of the Volga and the Don, an occasional work in the same state-sanctioned festive style that Shostakovich often turned to in his "public" pieces. If you missed this release the first time around, go to Arkivmusic.com and fetch a copy for yourself. You won't be disappointed.
Valery Gergiev, Kirov Orchestra (Mariinsky) - Shostakovich Symphony 5 & 9 (2004) [PS3 ISO + FLAC] {RE-UP}

Valery Gergiev, Kirov Orchestra (Mariinsky) - Shostakovich Symphony 5 & 9 (2004)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 73:36 minutes | Artwork (PDF) | 4,45 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Artwork (PDF) | 1,36 GB
Features 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 multichannel surround sound | Decca/Philips # 470 651-2
Carlos Kleiber, Weiner Philharmoniker - Beethoven: Symphony 5 & 7 (1996) RE-UP

Carlos Kleiber, Weiner Philharmoniker - Beethoven: Symphony 5 & 7 (1996)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 72:22 minutes | 1,34 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Legendary conductor Carlos Kleiber leads the Vienna Philharmonic through masterful, impassioned performances of two of the greatest masterpieces of the classical repertoire.
Alexander Lokshin, Edvard Grieg - Lokshin: Symphony 5, Quintet, Suite - Grieg: 4 Songs (Northern Crown Ensemble)

Alexander Lokshin, Edvard Grieg - Lokshin: Symphony 5, Quintet, Suite - Grieg: 4 Songs (Northern Crown Ensemble)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 322 Mb
Label: Mezhdunarodnaya-Kniga - Date: 1993

Aleksandr Lazarevich Lokshin was a Russian composer of classical music. He was born on September 19, 1920, in the town of Biysk, in the Altai Region, Western Siberia, and died in Moscow on June 11, 1987. An admirer of Mahler and Alban Berg, he created his own musical language; he wrote eleven symphonies plus symphonic works including "Les Fleurs du Mal" (1939, on Baudelaire's poems), "Three Scenes from Goethe's Faust" (1973, 1980), the cantata "Mater Dolorosa" (1977, on verses from Akhmatova's "Requiem"), etc. Only his Symphony No.4 is purely instrumental; all other symphonies include vocal parts.
From Wikipedia
Karajan - Prokofiev:Symphony No. 1 - Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto - DVD 14/24 - His Legacy For Home Video

Karajan - Prokofiev:Symphony No. 1 - Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto - DVD 14/24 - His Legacy For Home Video
Classical | DVD | with scans | 3,22 Gb (DVD5) | DVD´s FULL No compression
All Videos of this collection (except one) are DVD5, yet complete, without taking anything from the original.
Release: December 8, 1998 | Publisher: Sony Classical

This concerto includes Prokofiev's Classical Symphony No.1 and Tchaikovsky's piano concerto No.1 featuring Evgeny Kissin. Karajan is in very good mood despite the pain in his back that kept him leaning back (instead of his customary forward position) in the special supporting device prepared for him in the conductor's podium.
Prokofiev: The 5 Piano Concertos - Toradze, Gergiev (1998)

Prokofiev: The 5 Piano Concertos - Toradze, Gergiev (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC(tracks + cue + log) | No Scans | 2 CDs | 516 MB (RAR 3% Rec)
Genre: Classical | Label: Philips | Catalog Number: 462048

In a century that seemed to turn it's back on the aspirations of 19th century composers, some musicians kept the Romantic tradition of the composer/virtuoso alive well into the 20th century. Perhaps the most important and forward thinking 20th century virtuoso pianist and composer was Serge Prokofiev. Unlike his fellow Russian, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev created a significant body of virtuoso pieces to the piano literature, which also reflected his modernist sensibilities. Among the strongest of these works are the five piano concertos.