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Milsteinís tremendous virtuosity, particularly in the fiendishly difficult final movements of Tchaikovskyís and Mendelssohnís concertos, takes both works to new heights
The 1812 Overture, Tchaikovsky's musical tribute to celebrate victory over Napoleon's army,
This concerto, the most lastingly popular of all Tchaikovsky's compositions, is far too familiar to require detailed musical analysis: a brief resume will suffice.
They still enjoy simple, primitive pleasures; join them, and life will yet be bearable.
Tchaikovsky's E minor Symphony, dating from 1888 is to an even greater extent than the Fourth Symphony, composed some ten years earlier, a kind of "Destiny Symphony", both as regards the work's contents, as indicated by the composer, and its structure.
Tchaikovsky did not like to provide literary "programs" for his symphonies, and even when he ad a "program" in mind, he refused to divulge it.
This is the work with which Tchaikovsky made his symphonic break-through. Its three predesessors - known as the "Winter Dreams" symphony, the "Little Russian," and the "Polish" - all contained flashes of the Tchaikovsky that was to emerge in the fourth symphony...
Here is a true delight for all ballet fans and music-lovers. This recording of what is probably Tchaikovsky's most popular ballet..
In this double album you will hear the delightfully varied ballet music in its entirety and not just the usual highlights.