Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture, Moscow Cantata, Marche Slave

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1 1812 Festival Overture 14:36 176/24 Album only
2 Moscow Cantata: I. Introduction and Chorus: Andante religioso 5:09 176/24 Album only
3 Moscow Cantata: II. Arioso: Moderato con moto 2:36 176/24 Album only
4 Moscow Cantata: III. Chorus: Allegro 1:44 176/24 Album only
5 Moscow Cantata: IV. Monologue and Chorus: Moderato - Largo 5:03 176/24 Album only
6 Moscow Cantata: V. Arioso: Andante molto sostenuto 3:34 176/24 Album only
7 Moscow Cantata: VI. Finale: Moderato con moto 5:16 176/24 Album only
8 Slavonic March ("Marche Slave") 10:12 176/24 Album only
9 Festival Coronation March 5:02 176/24 Album only
10 Festival Overture on the Danish National Anthem 11:04 176/24 Album only

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Renowned conductor Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Soloists, Orchestra, and Chorus explore Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture, Moscow Cantata, and Marche Slave with staggering vivacity. These popular and rarely-heard works commemorate historic political events. Gergiev's commanding presence soars while the ensemble entrances with their performance. Every orchestral nuance is captured with this pristine hi-res download.

"˜Tchaikovsky is most evidently (and gloriously) Tchaikovsky in the Moscow Cantata. A vintage melody turns the first page of Russian history, illuminating it in that inimitable Tchaikovsky way. The baritone monologue in praise of Moscow culminates in a marvellously stirring idea and in the second mezzo-soprano arioso honouring the women of Russian we find a heroine worthy of any Tchaikovsky opera. No doubt about it, Tchaikovsky had a gift for personalising even his most official duties, The dutiful was not really in his vocabulary" - Gramophone (UK)