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Symphony No 6

Symphony No 6

"Pathétique"


  • Instrumentation: orchestra
  • Edition: score, with editorial comments
  • Order No.: BEL 691
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Description
Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) composed the 6th Symphony between February and August 1893. The first performance in St Petersburg on 16 October 1893 at the First Symphony Concert of the Russian Musical Society was conducted by the composer. Tchaikovsky subsequently added the title Pathétique to the work. The first performance of the 6th Symphony in Moscow on 4 December 1893, after the death of the composer, at the Second Symphony Concert of the Russian Musical Society was conducted by Vasili Safonov. The work is dedicated to Vladimir Lvovich Davidov, the son of Tchaikovsky's sister. This edition, prepared by the Russian composer and musicologist Viktor Ekimovsky, is based on earlier publications and contains editorial comments with regard to printing errors and slips of the composer's pen.
Details
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: I Adagio
Allegro non troppo
II Allegro con grazia
III Allegro molto vivace
IV Finale: Adagio lamentoso
Afterword
ISMN: 979-0-2030-0424-0
Opus: op. 74
Performance duration: 40'0"
Publisher: M.P. Belaieff Musikverlag
Year of composition: 1893
instrumentation: 3(3. Auch Picc.)2.2.2 - 4.2.3.1 - P. S. (Beck. · gr. Tr. · Tamt.) - Str.
page number: 232
Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) composed the 6th Symphony between February and August 1893. The first performance in St Petersburg on 16 October 1893 at the First Symphony Concert of the Russian Musical Society was conducted by the composer. Tchaikovsky subsequently added the title Pathétique to the work. The first performance of the 6th Symphony in Moscow on 4 December 1893, after the death of the composer, at the Second Symphony Concert of the Russian Musical Society was conducted by Vasili Safonov. The work is dedicated to Vladimir Lvovich Davidov, the son of Tchaikovsky's sister. This edition, prepared by the Russian composer and musicologist Viktor Ekimovsky, is based on earlier publications and contains editorial comments with regard to printing errors and slips of the composer's pen.
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: I Adagio
Allegro non troppo
II Allegro con grazia
III Allegro molto vivace
IV Finale: Adagio lamentoso
Afterword
ISMN: 979-0-2030-0424-0
Opus: op. 74
Performance duration: 40'0"
Publisher: M.P. Belaieff Musikverlag
Year of composition: 1893
instrumentation: 3(3. Auch Picc.)2.2.2 - 4.2.3.1 - P. S. (Beck. · gr. Tr. · Tamt.) - Str.
page number: 232