Monthly Archives: January 2012

Tchaikovsky’s “Variations of Rococo Theme”

When is Tchaikovsky not Tchaikovsky? Pyotr Tchaikovsky is certainly one of the best known composers we hear these days. His “1812 Overture”, “Swan Lake”, late symphonies, and, of course, “The Nutcracker” are staples of the orchestral repertoire. But one of … Continue reading

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