Tchaikovsky

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Symphonies By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Juxtaposition
... Soviet musicologist Daniel Zhitomirsky, came to Tchaikovsky while composing his Fourth Symphony, worked hand-in-hand in giving him a workable solution to building large-scale forms ... Brown calls "a rich and well-ordered argument," Tchaikovsky integrates what Keller calls "new and violent contrasts" between musical themes, keys and harmonies by placing blocks of dissimilar ... contrasts" are "not allowed to coincide." Mozart, he writes, evidently preceded Tchaikovsky in this tactic of modulatory delay and may have helped give Tchaikovsky the impetus in attempting it himself ...
Souvenir D'un Lieu Cher
42, for violin and piano, was written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky between March and May 1878 ... It consists of three movements Méditation (D minor) Scherzo (C minor) Mélodie (E-flat major Tchaikovsky also described it as a "chant sans paroles") ... written between 23 and 25 March 1878, in Clarens, Switzerland, where Tchaikovsky wrote his Violin Concerto ...
Symphonies By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Later Efforts - Symphony No. 6 "Pathétique"
6 (Tchaikovsky) The Pathétique, which John Warrack calls "a symphony of defeat" and the composer's brother Modest an attempt "to exorcise and drive out the sombre demons that had so long ... Maes claims this work "demonstrates most clearly" that Tchaikovsky treated the symphony as a general form not to be strictly followed ...
Symphony In E Flat (Tchaikovsky)
... Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Symphony in E-flat, was commenced after the Symphony No ... Tchaikovsky abandoned this work in 1892, only to reuse the first movement in the single-movement Third Piano Concerto, Op ... for piano and orchestra by Sergei Taneyev as the Andante and Finale, which was published as Tchaikovsky's Op ...
Symphonies By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Conclusions
... Cooper maintains that if Tchaikovsky's symphonies were to be judged on strictly academic terms—in other words, on the same level as their Austro–Ge ... Critics and musicologists agree universally that Tchaikovsky was not able to manipulate sonata form along the lines of a Mozart or Beethoven ... the composer's occasional self-indictments, Tchaikovsky did master "form" as he actually understood and could manage it from a compositional level ...

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    Roll over, Beethoven,
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    Chuck Berry (b. 1926)