Tschaikovsky and his Orchestral Music

LibriVox recording of the Louis Biancolli biography
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LibriVox recording of Tschaikovsky And His Orchestral Music by Louis Biancolli.
Read in English by David Wales

Included in this little book are analyses and backgrounds of most of Tschaikowsky's standard concert music. A short sketch of Tschaikowsky's life precedes the section devoted to the orchestral music. Yet, the personal outlook and moods of Russia's great composer are so inextricably bound up with his music, that actually the whole booklet is an account of his strangely tormented life. In the story of Tschaikowsky, life and art weave into one closely knit fabric. It is hoped that this simple narrative will aid music lovers to glimpse the great pathos and struggle behind the music of this sad and lonely man. - Summary by Author's Foreword
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M4B Audiobook (38MB)

  1. Foreword (1.1Mb)
  2. Part 1 (24.1Mb)
  3. Part 2 (30.9Mb)
  4. Part 3 (23.6Mb)

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