In this production of the best loved classical ballet 'Swan Lake' the naturally gifted Yulia Makhalina dances the challenging role of Odette/Odile while the part of Prince Siegfried is danced by Igor Zelensky. This classic Kirov production includes the familiar happy ending in the final act where Siegfried fights and ultimately defeats the evil magician von Rothbart and at dawn is reunited with Odette.
The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra is a Russian classical music radio orchestra established in 1930. It was founded as the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, and served as the official symphony for the Soviet All-Union Radio network. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, the orchestra was renamed in 1993 by the Russian Ministry of Culture in recognition of the central role the music of Tchaikovsky plays in its repertoire
Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky. Vladimir Fedoseyev, Moscow Radio & Television Symphony Orchestra. 2. No. 1 Scene: Allegro Giusto. Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky.
Swan Lake, Op. 20: Introduction. Swan Lake, Op. 20: No. 1 Scène (Allegro giusto). 3. 2 Valse (Corps de Ballet). 4. 3 Scène (Allegro moderato). 5. 4a Pas de trois: Intrada (Allegro). 6. 4b Pas de trois: Andante sostenuto. 7. 4c Pas de trois: Allegro semplice. 8. 4d Pas de trois: Moderato. 16 Danses du corps de ballet et des nains (Moderato assai). 20: Danse russe (Moderato). Mincho Minchev, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Richard Bonynge.
Album · 1975 · 55 Songs. André Previn’s ’70s recordings of the Tchaikovsky ballets are a cornerstone of his widely followed conducting career. His lucid and flowing way with the LSO during Swan Lake shows precisely why: Beyond tending to the familiar melodies, Previn and his players lavish attention on the less familiar motifs and dances from the full work. Still, the showstopper moments come off well (check out the stomping Coda from the Act I Pas de deux ), as do the tender moments (like violinist Ida Haendel’s solo during Danses des cygnes ). Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake London Symphony Orchestra.
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, O. 0, T. 2, Act 3-No. 21 Danse espagnole (Allegro non troppo. Tempo di bolero) 11. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, O. 20 Danse hongroise (Czárdás) 12. In 1936 he returned to the United States as conductor of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, staying in that position through the 1952 season. He guest conducted and recorded extensively after that, and in 1961, at the age of eighty-six, accepted the musical directorship of the London Symphony. RCA Victor recorded him extensively in stereo, not only in Debussy, Ravel, Milhaud, Stravinsky, and the like, but also in Beethoven and Brahms, for Monteux was especially noted for his performances of these composers' music, to which he brought an unusual charm and lyrical quality.
Tchaikovsky Big Symphony Orchestra (TSO) was founded in 1930 as the All-Union Radio Symphony Orchestra, and renamed after the reorganization of Moscow Radio and Television. Alexander Orlov, who became the orchestra’s first leader in 1930, formed its wide and diverse repertoir. From 1937 to 1953, the TSO was led by Nikolai Golovanov, whose powerful artistic individuality formed the orchestra style of performance as interpreter of romantic music and Russian classics.
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