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Tchaikovsky is LOVE Jan 12
We all love to receive gifts. A postcard is always a pleasant thing to get. Would you like to get a postcard from the home place of for yourself, your friends or your loved ones? Just let us know 😉
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Keri-Lynn Wilson Jan 15
Russian poetry is my passion. , Russia’s greatest poet, inspired to compose ‘Eugene Onegin.’ And Pushkin’s poem, Bacchanal Song, was an inspiration to Glazunov, who set Pushkin’s words to this song; it provides a timeless message of hope for our new decade.
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Speech Of Angels Jan 14
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Akash Jan 11
had an amazing patron Von Meck who supported his passion for about 14 years. Von Meck understood (to a certain extent) Tchaikovsky's non-normative personal life as she "inveighed against the institution of marriage"
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uDiscover Music Classical 2h
Explore our selection of the best concertos featuring the greatest works in the repertoire by composers including , , , and .
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Psy-kylo-gy misses Ben Solo Jan 13
hated his 1812 Overture because it was a “commissioned festivity”, loud, and too popular. He finished it in six weeks like a champ—but it’s honestly SO beautiful and has always been one of my favorites. It’s 15 amazing genius minutes of emotional turmoil & triumph.
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Catherine M McCabe Jan 14
Swan Lake was beautiful, breathtaking and heartbreaking. 🦢💔 I loved every minute of it. Amazing performances by all of the dancers/actors and live Orchestra. Costumes=Stunning! 🖤
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The Great Courses Jan 10
More than just "The 1812 Overture" and "The Nutcracker", Tchaikovsky was a prolific composer. Learn more in "Great Masters: Tchaikovsky—His Life and Music", a Great Courses classic.
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Rare Record Bay Jan 15
Tchaikovsky, 1812 Overture 45rpm Clarity 4LP Test Pressing Box Set
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Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Jan 15
A great talk with piano demonstrations about the life of at as part of our 2020 Composer Festival! So much to learn about the life and music of the composer from HPO Composer-in-Residence Abigail Richardson-Schulte
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【Sanada】真田紐幸【Himoyuki】 Jan 15
Ballet "The Sleeping Beauty", composed by PyotrTchaikovsky was premiered on 15 January 1890.. Just uploaded - - No.30-b ( piano solo arr. by Himoyuki Sanada )
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RussianOperaWorkshop Jan 9
Back with my friends The Demon, Francesca da Rimini, and Romeo and Juliet for 2020. Singers interested in the program, visit
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artsny 16h
World premiere arrangement of 's beloved collection of piano pieces The Season & 's The Four Seasons will be performed at on Sat, Jan 25, 7PM by with , violin
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Michael W. Freeman Jan 15
: Oh to have been there! In 1895, the ballet masterpiece Swan Lake premieres in St Petersburg, on the stage of the Maryinsky (Mariinsky) Theatre. This event was a benefit for the ballerina Pierina Legnani.
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JayneH Jan 10
Replying to @DrDavidVernon
Listening to Manfred Symphony - impressive
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takt1 Jan 14
[➡️ 16 Jan || 7:30 pm (CET)] Exclusive video live stream: and Orchester Zürich play , and . As soloist: Martin Fröst on the clarinet. Try takt1 for 7 days and enjoy this concert for free!
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Marie🦋 Jan 12
Why have I waited until now to watch a ballet, we both throughly enjoyed it
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Corinthian Chamber Orchestra Jan 14
The roaring 20s have only just begun, but rehearsals for Symphonie Fantastique and Capriccio Italien & Piano Concerto No.1 start tomorrow night! We're so excited to be working with and for our biggest concert of the season.
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IanStayFit 🇳🇬🇲🇱 Jan 10
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Maestro Classics Jan 15
Learn all about the great composer Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky!
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