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

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Instrumentation Concert Band
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
Edition Number 1012918
Recording available on CD Dynamic Winds (DHR 02-032-3)
Catalog No. DHP 1012918-040

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