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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana" & The Seasons Orchestral Album

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana" & The Seasons Orchestral Album Performer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Title: Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana" & The Seasons Orchestral
Style: Romantic, Classical
Category: Classical
Date of release: 14 Feb 1997
Country: USA & Europe
Label: Chandos
Catalog number: CHAN 9514
Size MP3: 1033 mb
Size FLAC: 1510 mb
Rating: 4.5

Tracklist

1Variation II0:44
2VII. July - Song Of The Mower (Allegro Moderato Con Moto)1:44
3 The Seasons, Op.37b, arranged Gauk
4III. Preghiera: Andante Non Tanto3:31
5IV. Theme: Allegro Giusto0:47
6Variation IV0:40
7Variation V1:05
8II. February - Shrovetide Festival (Allegro Giusto)2:39
9I. Gigue: Allegro1:47
10V. May - May Nights (Andantino)3:19
11IX. September - The Hunt (Allegro Non Troppo)2:42
12Variation III0:56
13Variation X: Allegro Vivo
Violin – Emmanuelle Boisvert
3:04
14XI. November - Troika (Allegro Moderato)2:43
15VI. June - Barcarolle (Andante Cantabile)5:14
16III. March - Song of the Lark (Andantino Espressivo)2:29
17I. January - By The Fireplace (Moderato Semplice Ma Espressivo)4:58
18VIII. August - Harvest (Allegro Vivace)4:21
19II. Menuet: Moderato2:05
20Variation VII0:51
21Variation VIII1:09
22X. October - Autumn Song (Andante Doloroso E Molto Cantabile)4:41
23IV. April - Snowdrop (Allegretto Con Moto E Un Poco Rubato)3:24
24Variation VI0:46
25Variation I0:42
26Variation IX: Adagio4:19
27 Suite No. 4 in G major, Op.61, 'Mozartiana' 24:34 in G-Dur - en sol majeur
28XII. December - Yuletide (Tempo Di Valse)4:36

Credits

  • Composed ByPyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (tracks: 1-26)
  • ConductorNeeme Järvi (tracks: 1-26)
  • EngineerDan Dene, Robert Shafer
  • OrchestraDetroit Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1-26)
  • ProducerCharles Greenwell, Lan Shui, Ralph Couzens

Notes

Recorded at Orchestra Hall, Detroit; March,October 1995, January,March 1996.

Album

The Orchestral Suite No. 4, Op. 61, more commonly known as Mozartiana, is an orchestral suite by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, written in 1887 as a tribute to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on the 100th anniversary of that composer's opera Don Giovanni. Because this suite consists of four orchestrations of piano pieces by or in one case, based on Mozart, Tchaikovsky did not number this suite with his previous three suites for orchestra. Instead, he considered it a separate work entitled Mozartiana. Suite No. 61 Mozartiana: IV. Theme and Variations - Pyotr ilyich tchaikovsky. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2016 г. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Suite No. 4 in G Major Mozartiana Gigue 00:00. Op 61, 1. Pyotr ilyich tchaikovsky. 4 in G major, , 'Mozartiana'. in G-Dur - en sol majeur. March,October 1995, January,March 1996. Why not buy the whole Album Your selections total more than the whole disc price. Ave verum Corpus Preghiera. Theme And Variations. The Slippers Tcherevichky Suite. a Introduction b Minuet. Sample this album Artist Sample. The 4th Suite, subtitled Mozartiana, is the odd duck of the suites as all of the music is actually Mozarts, mostly taken from piano solos and one from Mozarts motet Ave verum corpus Tchaikovsky essentially orchestrates these pre-existing works in his own Tchaikovsk-ian sound world. The movements of the 4th are pretty slight, with binary repetitions and the longer final theme and variations a tad anti-climactic following the Romantic garb of the previous three Suites. Considering the enormous popularity of most of Tchaikovsky's orchestral works, his suites, which are attractive and characteristic, are oddly lacking in box-office appeal. Tchaikovsky: Suite for Orchestra No. 4 in G Major, , - Mozartiana - 2. Tchaikovsky, Pyotr. OpusCatalogue NumberOp. TH 34. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. IPT 124. First Performance. 1887-11-26 in Moscow. Russian Musical Society: Pyotr Tchaikovsky conductor. First Publication. 1887 - Moscow: P. Jurgenson, 55 pages