Tchaikovsky: 4 Suites For Orchestra New Philharmonia Orchestra & Antal Doráti
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- Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893): Suite for Orchestra No.1 in D minor, Op.43
- 11. Introduction and Fugue12:32
- 22. Divertimento05:45
- 33. Intermezzo08:06
- 44. Marche miniature01:55
- 55. Scherzo07:56
- 66. Gavotte06:23
- Suite for Orchestra No.2 in C, Op.53
- 71. Jeu de sons11:28
- 82. Valse05:38
- 93. Scherzo burlesque05:08
- 104. Rêves d'enfant09:04
- 115. Danse baroque04:07
- Suite for Orchestra No.3 in G, Op.55
- 121. Elégie10:55
- 132. Valse mélancolique05:51
- 143. Scherzo04:34
- 154. Tema con variazioni19:23
- Suite for Orchestra No.4 in G, Op.61
- 161. Gigue01:46
- 172. Menuet03:29
- 183. Preghiera04:55
- 194. Thème et variations14:46
Info for Tchaikovsky: 4 Suites For Orchestra
„Newly remastered in fine sound, and the reissue album offers the finest ever recordings of Tchaikovsky's four delicious orchestral suites. Of the major orchestral works, these pieces have been mostly dismissed and neglected--shamefully so, as they contain some very fine music. Once in a while someone trots out the finale of the Third Suite, or the Fourth (based on music by Mozart) gets a little exposure, but that's about it. The reason is simple: none of these works is an emotional heavyweight--they really reflect nothing more than the composer's desire to make some pretty music. For most listeners, that will be reason enough to want to hear them.“ (David Hurwitz, ClassicsToday.com)
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Antal Doráti, conductor
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