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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Three Onegin Dances: Arr. (Wil van der Beek): Concert Band

Score & Parts | Sheet Music & Songbooks
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie
Composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Arranger Wil van der Beek
Publisher De Haske Publications
Tchaikovsky is best known for his purely instrumental compositions. However, we must not underestimate him as a composer of operas. Many of his operas such as ¬Pique Dame and Eugene Onegin are still performed regularly throughout the world. Eugene Onegin (also called Jevgeny Onegin), composed in 1877-1878, was not called an opera by Tchaikovsky himself, but “lyric scenes”. The work is entirely dominated by lyricism. However, there are two moments that contrast sharply with this lyricism: two ball scenes, for which Tchaikovsky wrote a waltz and a polonaise.After opening with a less well-known allegro dansant, this arrangement features the aforementioned waltz, which can be considered a beautiful Russian equivalent of the Faust Waltz by Charles Gounod. In the opera, this waltz is actually played by a military band. The arrangement concludes with the pompous polonaise (also mentioned above) which opens the last act: the ideal music to characterize high aristocracy in the salon of a palace in St. Petersburg.
Series The Great Classics
Difficulty Intermediate-Advanced
Store Sheet Music & Songbooks
Product Format Score & Parts
Duration 0:09:30
Release Date 2001
ISMN 9790035052136
Edition Number 1012918
Catalog No. DHP 1012918-010

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