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  1. Mole

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    Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Symphony No. 6 in B minor on AllMusic Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Symphony No. 6 in B minor on AllMusic.
  2. Dishicage

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    At the very least, you can say he's enthusiastic, as this recording of Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony demonstrates. Russian composer Peter Tchaikovsky () wrote his Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74 "Pathetique" in the last year of his life, and it was his final work before he died.
  3. Migar

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    The Symphony No. 4 in A major was completed in , but, due to Mendelssohn's dissatisfaction with it and his intention of revising the first movement, the symphony remained unpublished during Mendelssohn's lifetime. This symphony bears the nickname Italian because Mendelsohn developed ideas for it during his stay in Italy.
  4. Malajinn

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    Written at the end of his life, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6, the Pathetique, is among the most personal statements in the symphonic oldies.ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfo autobiographical work is a reflection on a life full of personal struggle and connects with the listener on an intimate level.
  5. Yokus

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    Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 6 in B minor ('Pathétique') Tchaikovsky's greatest symphony and, possibly, his greatest work. The 'Pathétique' is one of the defining sounds of the romantic period, but the story behind it is just as intriguing.
  6. Tojataur

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    For Piano 4 hands (Tchaikovsky) For Piano (Klengel) For Piano (Niemann) For Piano (Pachulski) Adagio - Allegro non troppo (No.1) For Piano 4 hands; Allegro con grazia (No.2) For Cello and Piano (Lier) Allegro molto vivace (No.3) For Brass Ensemble (Beardwood) For Piano (Feinberg)Composer: Tchaikovsky, Pyotr.
  7. Akinogar

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    The work consists of 2 groups of themes: 1. A descending idea in B minor, harmonized mainly in chords 2. Another descending idea in D, in a slightly faster tempo. The B minor idea, however, is not what it seems, but a "trick of the ear." No instrument that plays this theme (1) actually has the descending scalar fragment you hear.

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