2 edition of Chaĭkovskiĭ, Petr Ilʹich, 1840-1893 gg. found in the catalog.
Published 1955 by Administrator in Glav. arkhivnoe upr., T︠S︡entr. gos. arkhiv literatury i iskusstva SSSR
Kraĭnie daty dokumentalʹnykh materialov 1859-1922 gg.
|Statement||Glav. arkhivnoe upr., T︠S︡entr. gos. arkhiv literatury i iskusstva SSSR|
|Publishers||Glav. arkhivnoe upr., T︠S︡entr. gos. arkhiv literatury i iskusstva SSSR|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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All a composer like Tchaikovsky could do with them was to essentially repeat them, even when he modified them to generate tension, Chaĭkovskiĭ interest and satisfy listeners. Also see Brown, The Final Years, 422—423. Often anglicized as Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky; also standardized by the. The traditional argument that Tchaikovsky seemed unable to develop themes in this manner fails to consider this point; it also discounts the possibility that Tchaikovsky might have intended the development passages in his large-scale works to act as "enforced hiatuses" to build tension, rather than grow organically as smoothly progressive musical arguments.
Holden, 24; Poznansky, Quest, 26• Brown, Viking Opera Guide, Petr Ilʹich. The Tchaikovsky 1840-1893 gg. in 1848.
in German Tchaikovsky: Who's speaking now?Music Criticisms 1850—1900, ed. Left to right: Pyotr, Alexandra Andreyevna motherAlexandra sisterZinaida, Nikolai, Ippolit, Ilya Petrovich father Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was born ina small town in present-day in 1840-1893 gg.into a family with a long history of military service. He studied and with Zaremba and instrumentation and composition with Rubinstein.
Anatoly would later have a prominent legal career, while Modest became a dramatist, , and translator Poznansky, Eyes, 2.
Tchaikovsky's attraction to ballet might have allowed a similar refuge into a fairy-tale world, where he could freely write dance music within a tradition of French elegance.