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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker Suite, Op 71a

    21:35

    The Nutcracker is a two-act ballet, with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky made a selection of eight of the numbers from the ballet, forming The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a, intended for concert performance. The Nutcracker Suite should not be mistaken for the complete ballet. The outline below represents the selection and sequence of the Nutcracker Suite culled by the composer.

    I. Miniature Overture 0:00
    II. Danses caractéristiques
    --a. Marche 3:29
    --b. Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy 5:59
    --c. Russian Dance (Trepak) 7:47
    --d. Arabian Dance 8:58
    --e. Chinese Dance 12:04
    --f. Reed-Flutes 13:05
    III. Waltz of the Flowers 15:15

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker, Ballet in two acts | Mariinsky Theatre

    1:43:31

    From the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, December 2012
    Valery Gergiev - conductor
    Vasily Vainonen - choreography
    Benjamin Tyrrell - stage and costumes

    Piotr Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker

    Chapters:
    0:00 Overture
    29:39 Act I
    52:08 Prelude to Act II
    55:58 Act II Spanish Dance
    1:02:29 Act II Eastern Dance
    1:07:12 Act II Chinese Dance
    1:08:36 Act II Trepak - Russian Dance
    1:09:59 Act II Pas de trois - Dance of the reed pipes
    1:13:38 Act II Waltz of the Flowers
    1:21:05 Act II Pas de deux - Intrada
    1:27:57 Act II Pas de deux - Tarantella
    1:29:05 Act II Pas de deux - Dance of the sugar plum fairy
    1:31:31 Act II Pas de deux - Coda
    1:33:32 Final Waltz and Apotheosis

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    - Cast -

    Masha the Princess: Alina Somova
    The Nutcracker Prince: Vladimir Shklyarov
    Masha: Alexandra Korshunova

    Stahlbaum: Vladimir Ponomaryov
    His wife: Alexandra Gronskaya
    Luisa: Alena Mashintseva
    Franz: Pavel Miheyev
    Drosselmeyer: Fyodor Lopukhov
    The Grandmother: Lira Khuslamova
    The Grandfather: Stanislav Burov
    The Nanny: Valeria Karpina

    The Nutcracker: Pavel Miheyev
    Clown: Konstantin Ivkin
    Doll: Yana Selina
    Blackamoor: Alexei Popov
    The Mouse King: Soslan Kulaev

    Waltz of the Snowflakes (Act II): Valeria Martynyuk, Yana Selina and artists of the ballet
    Elegant Ladies and Gentlemen: Viktoria Brilyova, Ksenia Dubrovina, Boris Zhurilov, Konstantin Zverev

    Dancers in Act II:
    Spanish Dance: Nadezhda Batoeva, Denis Zainetdinov
    Eastern Dance: Elena Bazhenova and artists of the ballet
    Chinese Dance: Valeria Martynyuk, Grigori Popov
    Trepak (Russian Dance): Polina Rassadina, Ksenia Romashova, Mikhail Berdichevski
    Pas de trois (Dance of the reed pipes): Eleonora Sevenard, Yulia Zolotykh, Roman Surkov
    Waltz of the Flowers: Viktoria Brilyova, Ksenia Ostreikovskaya, Diana Smirnova, Yuliana Chereshkevich, Andrei Ermakov, Kirill Safin, Kamil Yangurazov, Konstantin Zverev and artists of the ballet
    Pas de deux - Intrada
    Pas de deux - Tarantella
    Pas de deux - Dance of the sugar plum fairy
    Pas de deux - Coda
    Final Waltz and Apotheosis

    Mariinsky Theatre Children´s Chorus
    Chorus Coach: Dmitry Ralko

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    Picture: Valentin Baranovsky 2012
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  • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest - Complete concert in HD

    1:31:41

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    Tsjaikovski: De Notenkraker

    Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Yannick Nezet-Seguin
    Jongenskoor Rijnmond, Jongenskoor Rivierenland en Jongenskoor Waterland o.l.v. Arie Hoek

    Opname/recorded: 23 december 2010, in De Doelen te Rotterdam.

    0:00:00 Ouverture
    0:03:20 I. The Christmas Tree
    0:07:18 II. March
    0:09:51 III. Children's Gallop and Dance of the Parents
    0:12:21 IV. Arrival of Mr. Drosselmeyer and distribution of the presents
    0:18:09 V. Scene and Grandfather Waltz
    0:24:28 VI. Scene: Clara and the Nutcracker (The departure of the guests - the night)
    0:31:28 VII. Scene: The battle
    0:34:58 VIII. A Pine Forest in Winter
    0:39:09 IX. Waltz of the Snowflakes
    0:46:20 X. Scène: The Magic Castle of the Land of Sweets
    0:50:37 XI. Scène: The arrival of Clara and the Nutcrackerprince
    0:55:30 XII. Divertissement, which contains:
    0:55:30 a. Chocolate (Spanish Dance)
    0:56:49 b. Coffee (Arabic Dance)
    1:00:50 c. Tea (Chinese Dance)
    1:01:52 d. Trepak (Russian Dance)
    1:03:04 e. Dance of the Mirlitons
    1:05:40 f. Mother Ginger and the Polichinelles
    1:08:27 XIII. Waltz of the Flowers
    1:15:30 XIV. Pas de deux, which contains:
    1:15:30 The Sugar-Plum Fairy and Her Cavallier
    1:21:03 Variation I: Tarantelle
    1:22:00 Variation II: Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
    1:24:36 Coda
    1:26:00 XV.The Last Waltz, Apotheosis

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker - Marche

    2:36

    Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker - Marche

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker

    2:27:07

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    THE NUTCRACKER
    0:00-André Previn-The Nutcracker:Ouverture miniature
    3:28- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1: No. 1 ScèneL'ornement et l'illumination de l'arbre de Noël
    7:45-André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1: No. 2 Marche
    10:09- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1: No. 3 Petit galop des enfants-Entrée des parents
    12:37- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1: No. 4 Scène dansante
    18:20- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1:No. 5 Scène et danse de Grossvater
    24:03- André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1:No. 6 Le départ des invités-La nuit
    30:39- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 1: No. 7 La bataille
    34:00- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 2: No. 8 Une forêt de sapins en hiver
    37:57-London Symphony Orchestra/Ambrosian Singers/John McCarthy/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 1 Tableau 2: No. 9 Valse des flocons de neige
    44:20- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 10 Le palais enchanté de Confiturenburg
    48:46- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 11 L'arrivée de Casse-noisette et Claire
    53:15- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 12 Divertissement Le chocolat. Danse espagnole
    54:31- André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 12 Divertissement Le café. Danse arabe
    57:43- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn -The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 12 Divertissement Le thé. Danse chinoise
    58:50- André Previn -The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No. 12 DivertissementTrépak.Danse russe
    59:57- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No. 12 Divertissement Danse des mirlitons
    1:02:15- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 12 Divertissement La mère Gigogne et les polichinelles
    1:05:08- André Previn & London Symphony Orchestra-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 13 Valse des fleurs
    1:12:06- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3: No. 14 Pas de deux La fée-dragée et le prince Orgeat
    1:17:03- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No.14 Pas de deux Variation I.Tarantelle
    1:17:43- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No.14 Pas de deux Variation II.Danse de la fée-dragée
    1:19:54- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No. 14 Pas de deux Coda
    1:21:12- London Symphony Orchestra/André Previn-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No. 15 Valse finale et Apothéose
    1:26:14- Philharmonia Orchestra/John Lanchbery-The Nutcracker Act 2 Tableau 3:No. 12 Divertissement Gigue.Danse anglaise
    1:27:07- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide:Overture
    1:31:21- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 1:Introduction
    1:34:55- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 1:Entrance of Effy
    1:36:22- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 1:James Effy-The Witch-The Fortune-Teller Scene
    1:42:28- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 1:James and the Sylphide-The Window Scene
    1:48:42-Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 1: Arrival of the Guests-Pas d'écossaise
    1:50:33- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 1: Pas de deux et Reel
    1:55:09- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt - Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 1:Finale
    1:57:30- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt - Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2: The Witch Scene
    2:00:00- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt - Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2: James and the Sylphide-The Forest Scene
    2:04:05- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 2:The Sylphide calls the Sylphs
    2:04:55- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2:The Sylph Scene-Divertissement
    2:13:00- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2:James chasing the Sylphide
    2:13:42- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2: Gurn - The Witch - Effy
    2:16:13- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold:La Sylphide Act 2:James and the Witch-The Scarf
    2:17:49- Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra/Ole Schmidt- Løvenskiold: La Sylphide Act 2: Finale
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  • Tchaikovsky - Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

    2:28

    Tchaikovsky - Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (The Nutcracker Suite)
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  • P. Tchaikovsky - Pas de Deux

    5:04

    Pas de deux from 'The Nutcracker'.

    Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893)
    Orchestra: The National Philharmonic Of Russia
    Conductor: Vladimir Spivakov

  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker

    2:7:02

    Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest
    conductor - Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker / De Notenkraker

  • Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers

    8:03

    Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers (The Nutcracker Suite)
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  • Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite - Sinfonia Rotterdam/ Conrad van Alphen

    27:30

    Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite Op 71a, Live in de Doelen Rotterdam.
    Sinfonia Rotterdam - Conductor Conrad van Alphen.
    20 September 2014

  • Pyotr Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker w/ score

    1:28:46

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    Pyotr Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (full ballet)

    Performed by the Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest, Jongenskoor Rijnmond, Jongenskoor Rivierenland and Jongenskoor Waterland, conducted by Yannick Nezet-Seguin and Arie Hoek (choir) on the 23rd of December 2010, in De Doelen in Rotterdam.

    Act I

    00:00:00 - 1. Petite ouverture
    00:03:15 - 2. Scène: Une fête de Noël
    00:07:14 - 3. Marche
    00:09:40 - 4. Petit galop des enfants - Entrée des parents
    00:12:10 - 5. Scène dansante: Arrivée de Drosselmeyer - Distribution des cadeaux
    00:22:14 - 6. Scène et Danse Großvater
    00:26:24 - 7. Grand scène fantastique: la métamorphose du salon
    00:31:18 - 8. La bataille de Casse-Noisette et du Roi des souris
    00:34:46 - 9. Scène: Une forêt de sapins en hiver
    00:38:58 - 10. Valse des flocons de neige

    Act II

    00:45:44 - 11. Entr'acte
    00:49:58 - 12. L'arrivée de Casse-noisette et de Clara
    Grand divertissement
    00:54:51 - 13. Chocolat—Danse espagnole
    00:56:04 - 14. Café—Danse arabe
    00:59:55 - 15. Thé—Danse chinoise
    01:00:56 - 16. Trepak—Danse des Bouffons
    01:02:05 - 17. Danse des mirlitons
    01:04:32 - 18. La mère Gigogne et les polichinelles
    01:07:16 - 19. Grand ballabile (Waltz of the Flowers)
    Pas de deux
    01:14:00 - a. Adage
    01:19:29 - b. Variation du Prince Coqueluche
    01:20:10 - c. Variation de la Fée-Dragée
    01:22:35 - d. Coda
    01:23:58 - 21. Coda générale
    01:27:29 - 22. Apothéose: Une ruche

    The Nutcracker is a two-act ballet, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (op. 71). The libretto is adapted from E. T. A. Hoffmann's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, by way of Alexandre Dumas' adapted story The Nutcracker. It was given its premiere at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg on Sunday, 18 December 1892, on a double-bill with Tchaikovsky's opera Iolanta.

    Although the original production was not a success, the 20-minute suite that Tchaikovsky extracted from the ballet was. However, the complete Nutcracker has enjoyed enormous popularity since the late 1960s and is now performed by countless ballet companies, primarily during the Christmas season, especially in North America.

    Tchaikovsky's score has become one of his most famous compositions, in particular the pieces featured in the suite. Among other things, the score is noted for its use of the celesta, an instrument that the composer had already employed in his much lesser known symphonic ballad The Voyevoda.

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker, II. March

    2:48

    Second movement of Peter I. Tchaikovsky's Ballet Suite The Nutcracker, Op. 71a. Performed by the London Festival Orchestra, conducted by Henry Adolph.

  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker / Casse-Noisette + Presentation

    1:19:47

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) - The Nutcracker, Op. 71
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    Miniature Overture (00:00)
    Act 1
    Tableau 1
    Decorating and Lighting the Christmas Tree (03:01)
    March (06:48)
    Dance Scene: Galop and Dance of the Parents (09:03)
    Scene: Presents for the Children (11:17)
    Scene and The Grandfather Dance (16:24)
    Scene: The Guests Depart-the Children Go to Bed-the Magic Spell Begins (22:09)
    The Nutracker Battles the Army of the Mouse King-He Wins and Is Transformed into Prince Charming (28:03)

    Tableau 2
    Journey Through the Snow (31:01)
    Waltz of the Snowflakes (34:33)

    Act 2
    Scene: Arrival in Fairyland (40:57)
    Scene: Festival in Honor of the Children and Prince Charming (45:06)
    Character Dances - Divertissement
    a) Chocolate-Spanish Dance (49:41)
    b) Cofee-Arabian Dance (50:48)
    c) Tea-Chinese Dance (53:33)
    d) Russian Dance-Trepak (54:32)
    e) Dance of the Toy Flutes (55:34)
    f) Dance of the Clowns (57:47)
    Waltz of the Flowers (1:00:43)

    Dances of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Prince Charming
    Pas de Deux (1:06:47)
    a) Dance of Prince Charming (1:10:57)
    b) Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (1:11:36)
    c) Coda (1:13:40)
    Waltz Finale and (1:14:59)
    Apoteosis (1:18:18)

    London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
    Antal Dorati
    Recorded in 1962
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    COMMENTAIRE COMPLET : VOIR PREMIER COMMENTAIRE ÉPINGLÉ.
    Avec Casse-Noiseffe, Tchaïkovski écrivit une musique présentant deux niveaux d'interprétation: l'un, au premier degré, raconte une intrigue qui peut être figurée par la danse, et l'autre, caché, suggère une histoire que seuls certains éléments musicaux permettent de découvrir. C'est avec esprit et humour que Tchaïkovski oppose, dans le Premier Tableau, le monde des adultes à celui des enfants: un Galop fringant compensé par une Polonaise majestueuse, et, à travers l'indication tempo di grand-père, le compositeur se moque de la bourgeoisie qui aime ses aises. L'utilisation de tambours et de trompettes d'enfants (en tant qu'orchestre de scène) confère également des accents d'ironique gaieté à l'univers de l'enfance.

    Fidèle à l'esprit d'E,T.A. Hoffmann, Tchaïkovski parsème le monde en apparence ordonné et intact des adultes d'éléments musicaux fantastiques. Aussi la pendule, qui sonne le début et la fin de la fête, marque-t-elle aussi l'avènement d'un monde étrange, nocturne. Et, à l'image de la chouette qui a les traits de Drosselmeyer, sa musique finit par donner le frisson car elle possède le couleur instrumentale caractéristique de Drosselmeyer qui allie les sons graves des trombones, de la clarinette base et du hautbois.

    La croissance surprenante de l'arbre de Noël, évoquée avec un art magnifique par un crescendo de figures chromatiques toujours plus amples, n'est pas traitée comme un effet gratuit par Tchaïkovski, mais au contraire conçue comme un événement lyrique et symphonique. De cette façon, l'incident apparemment mineur acquiert une signification symbolique, suggérant la manière dont l'enfant grandit et dont les perspectives existantes sont renversée.

    Ce n'est pas par hasard que, peu après, Klara traverse, en compagnie de son casse-noisette devenu prince, une forêt de sapins sous la neige, C'est là que naissent en Clara des sentiments jusqu'alors inconnus et qu'elle commence à perdre l'innocence de l'enfance. La correspondance entre les deux numéros sans doute les plus populaires de cette musique de ballet, la Valse des flocons de neige et la Valse des fleurs souligne cette métamorphose: toutes les deux, elles symbolisent l'éveil des sentiments, suggéré par un point d'orgue et les harmonies chromatiques dans la première partie de la Valse des flocons de neige.

    L'expérience irritante et indicible d'un premier amour s'exprime en une magnifique image musicale, lorsque dans la deuxième partie de la Valse des flocons de neige, un chœur d'enfants chantant bouches fermées reprend la mélodie. Dans le royaume des confiseries, Tchaïkovski fit ample usage du célesta, Il avait découvert cet instrument, inventé en 1888 par Auguste Mestler, à Paris («quelque chose entre un petit piano et un glockenspiel avec un timbre d'une beauté divine») et le fit venir dans le plus grand secret à Saint-Pétersbourg, Il fut en effet le premier compositeur russe à utiliser le célesta dans ses œuvres: tout d'abord dans la ballade symphonique Le Voiévode et, la même année encore, dans Casse-Noisette.

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  • Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker Ballet Antal Dorati, London Symphony

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  • Nutcracker Suite

    29:44

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    Nutcracker Suite · The London Symphony Orchestra · Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky · John Hollingworth

    Nutcracker Suite & Swan Lake

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    Released on: 2006-01-01

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  • The Nutcracker, Op. 71, Act 2: No. 13 Waltz of the Flowers

    6:56

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    The Nutcracker, Op. 71, Act 2: No. 13 Waltz of the Flowers · Sir Simon Rattle · Berliner Philharmoniker

    Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker

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    Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker
    Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
    Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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  • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker , Op. 71a, TH. 35 - III. Waltz Of The Flowers

    6:45

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    Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker (Suite) , Op. 71a, TH. 35 - III. Waltz Of The Flowers · Berliner Philharmoniker · Mstislav Rostropovich

    Tchaikovsky: Ballet Suites (Swan Lake; The Sleeping Beauty; The Nutcraker)

    ℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1996-01-01

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    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Wolfgang Mitlehner
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Volker Martin
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Rainer Hoepfner
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Jobst Eberhardt
    Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker, Grand Pas de Deux - Gergiev

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    The Nutcracker, Grand Pas de Deux

    Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra
    Valery Gergiev

    New York, January 2015

  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker - Dance Of The Reed Pipes

    2:46

    Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker - Dance Of The Reed Pipes

  • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker , Op. 71a, TH 35 - 3. Waltz of the Flowers. Tempo di valse

    6:02

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    Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker (Suite) , Op. 71a, TH 35 - 3. Waltz of the Flowers. Tempo di valse · Wiener Philharmoniker · Herbert von Karajan

    Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite

    ℗ 1962 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1962-01-01

    Producer: John Culshaw
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: James Brown
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Gordon Parry
    Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker
    Conductor: Herbert von Karajan
    Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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  • Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers

    7:31

    Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers video

  • Pyotr Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker

    52:49

    Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) - 2nd Act of the ballet The Nutcracker (1892)

    Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra / Orkiestra Filharmonii Narodowej
    Jacek Kaspszyk - conductor / dyrygent

    Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall, 16 December 2017
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    00:32 The Magic Castle in the Land of Sweets / Zaczarowana Kraina Słodyczy
    04:36 Clara and Nutcracker Prince / Przybycie Klary i Dziadka do orzechów
    09:38 Divertissement / Divertimento: Chocolate (Spanish Dance)/Czekolada (Taniec hiszpański)
    10:59 Coffee (Arabian Dance)/Kawa (Taniec arabski)
    14:46 Tea (Chinese Dance)/Herbata (Taniec chiński)
    15:55 Candy Canes (Russian Dance)/Trepak (Taniec rosyjski)
    17:12 Marzipan (Dance of the Reed Flutes)/Taniec z fujarkami
    19:53 Mother Ginger and the Polichinelles/Matka Gigogne i taniec błazenków
    22:43 Waltz of the Flowers/Walc kwiatów
    29:53 Pas de deux (Sugar Plum Fairy and Her Cavalier)/(Wróżki Cukrowej i Księcia Orszada)
    36:03 Variation I: Tarantella/I Wariacja: Tarantela
    36:48 Variation II: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy/II Wariacja: Taniec Wróżki Cukrowej
    39:20 Coda/Koda
    40:47 Final Waltz/Finał (walc)
    44:18 Apotheosis/Apoteoza
    48:08 Credits

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    SYNOPSIS
    This version performed by the Kirov, to the choreography of Vasily Vainonen, differs in some details from the usual scenario, most significantly in the absence of the Sugar Plum Fairy and in the increased role of Drosselmeyer, intensifying the psychological aspects of the ballet.

    ACT 1
    It is Christmas Eve. Snow falls outside the house of President Stahlbaum of the Town Council as guests – including Masha’s Godfather Drosselmeyer – arrive bringing presents, and children play snowballs. The action moves inside: the room has been decorated with a Christmas tree under which are presents. But one toy, a nutcracker in the shape of a toy soldier, has been left on the floor. Drosselmeyer rescues it and places it on a piano for safe keeping. The children enter, and join a dance round the tree. They play at soldiers, and there is a game of blind-man’s buff. More parents enter, and a general dance follows.
    Drosselmeyer reappears, dressed like a wizard. The children are initially a little alarmed at his appearance, but he wins them over with puppet show of a princess rescued from the wicked King of Mice by a prince, then gives them life-like puppets which proceed to dance – a Harlequin, a doll and a black boy.
    Discarding his wizard’s outfit, Drosselmeyer tries to give away the Nutcraker Doll, but of the children only Masha shows interest. Together with Drosselmeyer, she dances with the Nutcracker (with the rattle in the orchestra suggesting the cracking of nuts). Her brother Franz jealously struggles over it, the Nutcracker breaks, but is mended by Drosselmeyer, and Masha again fondly dances with the doll, despite occasional boisterous interruptions from her brother. The scene ends with the “Grandfather Dance” for the older generation. Ten o’clock strikes, the guests begin to disperse, and the children go to bed. Masha cradles the Nutcracker in her arms, takes it to her bedroom and lays it on her pillow.
    Downstairs, the atmosphere begins to change: mice emerge from the wainscot and steal nuts from the tree, midnight strikes, but the Nutcracker, grown to a life-size toy soldiers come out to do battle with the mice, but they are driven back, led by the Nutcracker. Masha throws her slipper at the King of Mice, who is distracted and defeated by the Nutcracker.
    The battle is over, and the figure of Drosselmeyer is seen watching over Masha and the Nutcracker, who is now transformed into a handsome Prince. He invites Masha to accompany him to his kingdom. The room is transformed into a pine forest. Snow falls as Masha and the Prince are guided on their way, and the snowflakes dance a swirling waltz around them.

    ACT 2
    The wizard-like figure of Drosselmeyer is seen presiding over Masha and the Prince, who now take a dreamlike river journey. They arrive in a glade of crystallized pine trees, and the Prince invites Masha ashore. They are surrounded by butterfies, then attacked by bats, which the Prince drives off. The island becomes a beartiful garden. Celebrations follow: a Spanish Dance, Chinese Dance, Russian Trepak, Dance of the mirlitons (reed-pipes) and Waltz of the flowers. The Prince and Masha then dance a Pas de deux before the entire court joins in a final tribute to Masha. But suddenly we are back in Masha’s bedroom: the characters from the enchanted realm disperse, and Masha wakes to find the Nutcracker doll still where she left it on her pillow.

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    On Christmas Eve, a young girl has a dream. She stumbles upon a magical adventure when she is given an enchanted Nutcracker doll. Can she break the spell that turned him from a boy to a toy?

    Ballet Company of the National Opera of Ukraine's staging of Nutcracker has won the hearts of children and adults all around the world. Behind the charming tale capturing the festive spirit, emerges journey from childhood to adulthood with much virtuosity along the way; all set to Tchaikovsky's immediately recognisable magnificent music.

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    Stahlbaum: Oleksiy Kovalenko
    Wife: Liudmyla Melnyk
    Clara: Iuliia Moskalenko
    Fritz: Ielizaveta Gogidze
    Drosselmeyer: Iaroslav Tkachuk
    The Nutcracker / The Prince: Mykyta Sukhorukov
    Ballet: Ballet Company of the National Opera of Ukraine
    Orchestra: Orchestra and Chorus of the National Opera of Ukraine

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    I. Miniature Overture: 0:04
    II. March: 3:17
    III. Dance of The Sugar-Plum Fairy: 6:01
    IV. Russian Dance: 8:05
    V. Arabian Dance: 9:15
    VI. Chinese Dance: 12:54
    VII. Dance of the Reed Flutes: 14:15
    VIII. Waltz of the Flowers: 16:52

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    Ballet in 2 Acts / Ballet in 2 Akten / Ballet en deux actes
    Overture / Ouvertüre / Ouverture (00:00)
    Acte 1. Premier Tableau : On se prépare à fêter Noël dans la maison du président Silberhaus, on décore l'arbre de Noël. Neuf heures sonnent; on appelle les deux enfants, Klara et Fritz et leurs amis; ils sont éblouis par l'éclat et la splendeur de re (No.1). Le président ordonne de jouer une marche, les enfants peuvent prendre possession de leurs cadeaux (No.2). De nouveaux invités arrivent, parmi eux il y a Drosselmeyer, le parrain des enfants, qui offre une poupée à Klara et un soldat à Fritz (Nos.3,4); Klara reçoit en outre un casse-noisette. La petite fille se prend d'affection pour la figurine de bois, mais son frère, brutal l'abîme, une dispute s'élève entre le frère et la sœur. Afin de rétablir le calme, les parents invitent les convives à danser dans le «tempo di grand-père» (No.5). La chouette de la pendule sonne dix coups en battant des ailes: il est dix heures, la fête est les invités s'en vont et les enfants doivent se coucher. Les lumières s'éteignent. Il fait nuit noire. Klara va, dans l'obscurité, retrouver son cassenoisette et assiste à une scène étrange. Minuit sonne: la chouette de la pendule a les traits de Drosselmeyer. L'arbre de Noël pousse à une hauteur vertigineuse (No.6). Les jouets s'animent. Les poupées et les soldats de son frère sont attaqués par des souris conduites par leur roi. Avec le cassenoisette leur tête, ils se défendent vaillance. Lorsque celui-ci menace de succomber sous le nombre, Klara intervient et jette sa pantoufle en direction du roi des souris et sauve ainsi le casse-noisette qui se métamorphose en prince (No.7).
    Scene I / 1 . Szene / Scène 1
    1. The Decoration of the Christmas Tree (03:23)
    Das Schmücken des Weihnachtsbaumes
    Ornement et illumination de l'arbre de Noël
    2.March / Marsch / Marche (07:09)
    3.Children's Galopp and Entrance of the Parents Kinder (09:36)
    Galopp und Eintreten der Eltern
    Petit galop des enfants et entrée des parents
    4.Drosselmeyer's Arrival (12:07)
    Drosselmeyers Ankunft / Entrée de Drosselmeyer
    5.Scene and Grandfather-dance (17:52)
    Szene und GroBvater-Tanz / Scène et danse Gross-Vater
    6.Depart of the Guests. Night - The Magic Spell Begins (24:46)
    Abreise der Gäste. Nacht. Die Geisterstunde beginnt
    Départ des invités. Nuit. L'enchantement commence...
    7.The Battle / Der Kampf / La bataille (31:20)
    Scene 2 / 2. Szene /Scène 2
    8.In the Pine-Forest / Im Tannenwald / Dans la forêt de sapins (34:41)
    9.Waltz of the Snowflakes / Schneeflocken-Walzer / Valse des flocons de neige (38:04)

    Acte 2
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    Scene 3 / 3. Szene / Scène 3
    10.Confiturenbourg Castle (44:26)
    SchloB Konfitürenburg / Le palais enchanté de Confiturenbourg
    11.Clara and the Prince / Clara und der Prinz / Clara et le Prince
    12.Divertimento / Divertissement (48:22)
    a) Chocolate: Spanish Dance (52:38)
    Schokolade: Spanischer Tanz / Le chocolat: danse espgnole
    b) Coffee: Arabian Dance (53:46)
    Kaffee: Arabischer Tanz / Le café: danse arabe
    c) Tea: Chinese Dance (56:50)
    Tee: Chinesischer Tanz / Le thé: danse chinoise
    d) Trepak: Russian Dance (57:52)
    Trepak: Russischer Tanz / Trépak: danse russe
    e) Dance of the Reed-Pipes (58:56)
    Tanz der Rohrflôten / Les mirlitons
    f) Mother Gigogne and the Clowns (1:01:11)
    Mutter Gigogne und die Clowns / La mère Gigogne et les polichinelles
    13.Waltz of the Flowers (1:03:51)
    Blumenwalzer / Valse des fleurs
    14. Pas de deux: Dance of the Prince and the Sugar-Plum Fairy (1:10:12)
    Tanz des Prinzen und der Fée-Dragée / Danse du Prince et de la Fée-Dragée
    Variation 1: Tarantella / Tarantelle (1:14:34)
    Variation 2: Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy (1:15:19)
    Tanz der Fée-Dragée/ Danse de la Fée-Dragée
    15.Coda (1:17:20) 16.Final Waltz and Apotheosis (1:18:38)
    SchluBwalzer und Apotheose / Valse finale et apothéose

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    The Russian Dance from Tchaikovsky's famous Nutcracker Suite. This is probably not only my favourite of all the movements, and I hope you'll enjoy it!

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    Title : Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky , The Nutcracker Suite , Dance of the Reed Flutes

    The Nutcracker Suite has become, with its sumptuous decor and its dazzling character dance numbers, the great classic of the festive season. No other scenic production succeeds as well in depicting the marvel of a childlike dream world. Everything becomes possible: toys come alive, flowers dance and princes transport girls to a happy-ever-after world in the clouds. The poetry is enchanting, but it is primarily Tchaikovsky's music which has helped the ballet conquer the public and stand the test of time. Moreover, the Nutcracker Suite -- the shortened orchestral version -- remains one of the most recorded works of the repertory and undoubtedly one of the most loved by the general public. Here are some reference points, the better to understand this uncontested success.

    A short history of Russian ballet

    The Russian Ballet tradition dates back to the seventeenth century. The Tsars Alexis Mikhailovich, Peter the Great and Catherine of Russia did much to encourage this artistic form. At the time, the ballet remained primarily entertainment for rich people, usually large landowners, going even so far as to make their serfs dance ballets during soirées.

    Christian Johansson, a Swedish dancer, arrived in St. Petersburg in 1841. His influence on the Imperial School of Ballet was immediately felt. The ballet became a fashionable art and the inhabitants of St. Petersburg quickly transformed themselves into enlightened amateurs. In spite of its decline in the West, ballet continued to occupy a significant place in Russian cultural life. Marius Petipa, a French choreographer who was very interested in the evolution of ballet in Russia, directed several troupes of professional dancers there. He was the appointed choreographer of Tchaikovsky's ballets: Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.

    Tchaikovsky and The Nutcracker

    Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), an exceptional melodist and brilliant orchestrator, had an innate sense of detail. These qualities enabled him to become one of the greatest composers of ballet music the world has ever known. Before his time, ballet music was often only a collection of popular songs seasoned with an orchestral sauce. Tchaikovsky wrote, without the rigid yoke of the sonata form, a series of charming melodies that admirably expressed the intense emotions of his protagonists. Infusing his rich score with a life of its own, the Russian composer transformed the world of ballet forever.

    According to musicologists, Sleeping Beauty (1890) remains Tchaikovsky's masterpiece, integrating a complex use of leitmotivs that give fresh continuity to the series of character dances constituting the work. The Nutcracker, however, remains extremely popular with music lovers. Its choreography was started by Marius Petipa, who had presented to Tchaikovsky the ballet's detailed scenario, all the way down to specifying the rhythm, tempo and number of measurements for each dance. When Petipa fell seriously ill, his assistant Leon continued the work.

    The Nutcracker was first presented on December 18, 1892, and it left critics divided. Tchaikovsky himself had not been filled with enthusiasm at the idea of adapting E.T.A. Hoffmann's tale, contending that the subject was too dark and did not lend itself to scenic presentation. However, The Nutcracker's popularity in Russia was immediate. It was only in 1934 that Nicholas Sergeya first presented it in the West, at Sadler's Wells Theatre in England. The Russian Ballet of Monte-Carlo interpreted it for the first time in the United States in 1940, in a shortened version. In 1954, George Balanchine's choreography became the definitive version that inspired several adaptations throughout the world.

    With the approach of Christmas, one can count productions of The Nutcracker into the hundreds. This classic has been danced thousands of times, of course, but has also been transformed into theatrical productions, films and figure skating shows. The sales of tickets for The Nutcracker represent manna for dance companies, accounting for approximately half of their annual box office earnings.

    Why does this work captivate us from the start? No doubt because its charming melodies remain present in the memory for days, but also because of its textures and its perfectly controlled orchestral colours. The melodies are not played solely by strings -- instead, practically every instrument of the orchestra plays at least one small solo, contributing to a large variety of tonal shades. When Tchaikovsky combines the strings, woodwinds and brass, the sound obtained is particularly rich and voluptuous.

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    Tchaikovsky Nutcracker March
    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Mikhail Pletnev Concert Suite from the Ballet The Nutcracker March

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  • Tchaikovsky - Pletnev. Concert suite from the ballet The Nutcracker -Alexei Volodin, piano

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    Tchaikovsky - Pletnev:
    Concert suite from the ballet The Nutcracker.
    Alexei Volodin
    Live from Mariinsky concert hall, 2011

    Чайковский - Плетнёв.
    Концертная сюита из балета «Щелкунчик».
    Алексея Володин
    Концертный зал Мариинского театра
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  • P. I. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Pas De Deux for violin, cello and piano

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    Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky: Pas de Deux (The Sugar Plum Fairy and her Cavalier) from the ballet The Nutcracker.

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  • P. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker Act 2 Waltz of the Flowers 2007

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    Artists of the Mariinsky Ballet. Students of the Academy of Russian Ballet. Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre. Valery Gergiev - conductor. Masha - Irina Golub. Nutcracker Prince - Leonid Sarafanov. Nutcracker - Alexander Kulikov. Libretto and script plan by Marius Petipa (1892). Adapted by Mihail Chemiakin with new choreography by Kirill Simonov (2001).

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  • Pytor Illych Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite Op. 71a - II. March

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    The Nutcracker (Russian: Щелкунчик, Shchelkunchik) is a two-act ballet, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto is adapted from E.T.A. Hoffmann's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. It was given its premiere at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg on 18 December 1892, on a double-bill with Tchaikovsky's opera, Iolanta.

    Tchaikovsky made a selection of eight of the numbers from the ballet before the ballet's December 1892 premiere, forming The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a, intended for concert performance. The suite was first performed, under the composer's direction, on 19 March 1892 at an assembly of the St. Petersburg branch of the Musical Society.

  • Tchaikovsky, El Cascanueces

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    Tchaikovsky, El Cascanueces.

    El cascanueces (en ruso: Щелкунчик / Schelkúnchik) es un cuento de hadas-ballet estructurado en dos actos, que fue encargado por el director de los Teatros Imperiales Ivan Vsevolozhsky en 1891 y se estrenó en 1892. La música fue compuesta por Piotr Ilich Chaikovski entre 1891 y 1892. Se trata de su op. 71 y es el tercero de sus ballets. En la producción original la coreografía fue creada por Marius Petipa y Lev Ivanov. El libreto fue escrito por Ivan Vsevolozhsky y el propio Petipa, basándose en la adaptación de Alejandro Dumas (padre) del cuento El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones, de Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann.
    Antes de su estreno Chaikovski seleccionó ocho de los números del ballet formando la Suite El cascanueces op. 71a, concebida para tocar en concierto. La suite se tocó bajo la dirección del compositor el 19 de marzo de 1892, con ocasión de una reunión de la sección de la Sociedad Musical en San Petersburgo.1 La suite fue popular desde entonces, aunque el ballet completo no logró su gran popularidad hasta los años 1960.2 La música de este ballet se conoce, entre otras cosas, por su uso de la celesta, un instrumento que el compositor ya había empleado en su balada sinfónica El voivoda de 1891. Es el instrumento solista en la Danza del hada de azúcar, pero también aparece en otras partes del segundo acto.
    La primera representación tuvo lugar el 18 de diciembre de 1892 en el Teatro Mariinski de San Petersburgo. Unos cincuenta años más tarde Walt Disney utilizó parte de la música de El cascanueces en su película Fantasía de 1940. A la gente le gustó la película y comenzaron a interesarse por el ballet. El interés creció cuando el montaje de El cascanueces de George Balanchine fue televisado a finales de 1950. El ballet ha sido representado en muchos lugares diferentes desde entonces y se ha convertido quizá en el más popular de todos los ballets en los países occidentales, principalmente representado en Navidad.

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    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto I, N º 7. Danza de las flautas
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    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto I, N º 9. El árbol de Navidad
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    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto II, N º 11. Galop y entrada de los padres de los niños
    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto II, N º 12. Variaciones Pas de deux
    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto II, N º 13. Vals de los copos de nieve
    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto II, N º 14. El Castillo de la Magia en el Reino de los Dulces
    Tchaikovsky - El Cascanueces - Acto II, N º 15. Waltz final y apoteosis

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  • SIMON RATTLE AND THE BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER / TCHAIKOVSKY - THE NUTCRACKER

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    ... Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker have recorded the most performed ballet of all time, Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker. The release marks the conductor's first Tchaikovsky recording and is one of several releases this season celebrating Rattle's 30th anniversary on the EMI Classics label.

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    Some of the tunes are so famous that you even forget that someone had to write them: what could be more perfect than the pas de deux after the Waltz of the Flowers, which is just a G major scale? We fell in love with this music, rehearsing and performing it, and we think it is magic.
    (Simon Rattle)

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker / Чайковский - Щелкунчик

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (Valery Gergiev - Kirov Orchestra) in high quality.

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    1 Overture
    2 The Christmas Tree
    3 March
    4 Galop And Dance Of The Parents
    5 Dance Scene - The Presents Of Drosselmeyer
    6 Scene - Grandfather Dance
    7 Clara And The Nutcracker
    8 The Nutcracker Battles Against The Army Of The Mouse King - He Wins And Is Transformed Into Prince Charming
    9 In The Christmas Tree
    10 Scene And Waltz Of The Snowflakes
    11 The Magic Castle On The Mountain Of Sweets
    12 Clara And Prince Charming
    13 Chocolate (Spanish Dance)
    14 Coffee (Arabian Dance)
    15 Tea (Chinese Dance)
    16 Trépak (Russian Dance)
    17 Dance Of The Reed Pipes
    18 Polichinelle (The Clown)
    19 Waltz Of The Flowers
    20 Intrada
    21 Variation I (Tarantella)
    22 Variation II (Dance Of The Sugar-Plum Fairy)
    23 Coda
    24 Closing Waltz - Grand Finale

  • Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite - 2 March * Volker Hartung & Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra

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    Peter Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite op.71a is brilliantly performed by the Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Volker Hartung.Filmed during their annual concerts in Hamburg and Wuppertal, Germany in February 2009 in amazing picture and sound quality, the sound was recorded live by Holger Siedler during their concert at Laeisz-Halle Hamburg, on sunday morning, February 1st 2009.
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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker: Waltz of the Flowers

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  • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, Op. 71, TH 14 / Act 1 - No. 8 A Pine Forest in Winter (Live at...

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    Composer: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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  • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker

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    This visually stunning production of Nutcracker, choreographed by Helgi Tomasson (artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet) is a graceful and timeless adventure on a grand scale. The scenic design by Michael Yeargan, setting the tale at the time of the 1915 San Francisco World Fair, is sensational. From the lovely Waltz of the Flowers to the crystalline beauty of the stunning Snowflake Waltz, each scene is more breathtaking than the last, bringing to life all the well-known and beloved characters with fresh sparkle and compelling originality. Recorded in High Definition video and true surround sound, this age-transcending production offers a dazzling magical journey which has received critical acclaim throughout the world.

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  • Pytor Illych Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Suite Op. 71a - I. Miniature Overture

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    The Nutcracker (Russian: Щелкунчик, Shchelkunchik) is a two-act ballet, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto is adapted from E.T.A. Hoffmann's story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. It was given its premiere at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg on 18 December 1892, on a double-bill with Tchaikovsky's opera, Iolanta.

    Tchaikovsky made a selection of eight of the numbers from the ballet before the ballet's December 1892 premiere, forming The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a, intended for concert performance. The suite was first performed, under the composer's direction, on 19 March 1892 at an assembly of the St. Petersburg branch of the Musical Society.

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