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 (shŏs′tə-kō′vĭch, -kô′-, shə-stə-), Dmitri 1906-1975.
Russian composer known for his 15 symphonies (1925-1971). He also wrote chamber music, concertos, operas, and ballets.

Shostakovich

(ˌʃɒstəˈkəʊvɪtʃ; Russian ʃəstaˈkɔvitʃ)
n
(Biography) Dmitri Dmitriyevich (ˈdmitrij ˈdmitrijɪvitʃ). 1906–75, Soviet composer, noted esp for his 15 symphonies and his chamber music

Sho•sta•ko•vich

(ˌʃɒs təˈkoʊ vɪtʃ)

n.
Dimitri Dimitrievich, 1906–75, Russian composer.
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Weinberg was befriended by Shostakovich whose musical influence is plain; both works have a similar mixture of barbed wit tinged with romanticism.
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