Andante and Finale (Tchaikovsky)

Andante And Finale (Tchaikovsky)

The Andante and Finale is a composition for piano and orchestra that was reworked by Sergei Taneyev from sketches by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky for the abandoned latter movements of his single-movement Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat, Op. 75.

The core of the music is by Tchaikovsky, but the realisation was by Taneyev, and the decisions on the form, genre and title were jointly made by Taneyev, Tchaikovsky's brother Modest, Alexander Siloti and the publisher Mitrofan Belyayev. It was nevertheless published in 1897 as a work of Tchaikovsky's alone, and even given the posthumous opus number 79 in Tchaikovsky's catalogue.

The Third Piano Concerto and the Andante and Finale are sometimes played together to form a synthetic "complete" concerto.

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Andante And Finale (Tchaikovsky) - Bibliography - External Links
... Andanteand FinaleFree scores at the International Music Score Library Project AndanteFinale, Op. 79 (1893) at TchaikovskyResearch.org Symphony in E-flat major (1892) (unfinished) at TchaikovskyResearch.org Piano Concerto No. 75 (1893) at TchaikovskyResearch.org ...

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