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GH 2409

Tchaikovsky - Orchestral Works

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 1960

Artists:

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


Philharmonia Orchestra


Manoug Parikian

solo violin

Record Label
Guild Historical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 69:51
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PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY

1 

Marche Slave

9:11
2 

Romeo and Juliet - Fantasy Overture

20:53
   
3 

Waltz from 'Sleeping Beauty'

4:29
  Recorded: Abbey Road Studio No.1, London, 25 & 27 January 1960  
4 

'Theme and Variations' from Suite No.3 in G major

19:53
 Manoug Parikian solo violin
  Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 24 March & 8 June 1955  
5 

1812 Overture

15:25
  Recorded: Abbey Road Studio No.1, London, 5, 25 & 27 January 1960  
  TT 69:51      
   


Sir Malcolm Sargent was one of four great contemporary conductors - alongside Barbirolli, Beecham and Boult - who dominated the British musical scene in the decades following World War II, and exceptionally he was invited by Toscanini to give four concerts in New York with the NBC Symphony - a measure of Sargent’s quality. Sargent had a wide range of repertoire in which he excelled, particularly during the annual BBC Henry Wood Proms Seasons, and on this important release he is heard in an all-Tchaikovsky programme, including one of Sargent’s most admired interpretations - the now rarely-heard ’Theme and Variations’ from the Suite No 3, alongside the two great overtures. ’Romeo & Juliet’ and 1812 and two other immensely popular shorter concert pieces.

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