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0051. Petar Iljič Čajkovski / Apolon Majkov: Kantata „Moskva“ za hor i orkestar

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Petar Iljič Čajkovski / Apolon Majkov: Kantata „Moskva“ za hor i orkestar. Petar Iljič Čajkovski / Apolon Majkov: Kantata „Moskva“ za hor i orkestar - 0051. Petar Iljič Čajkovski / Apolon Majkov: Kantata „Moskva“ za hor i orkestar -

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In mid-March 1883, Tchaikovsky in Paris received a document requesting the coronation committee of Alexander III (Russian Tsar) to compose a composition / cantata to be performed on the day of the coronation, and received a text written by Apollo Majkov. . Since the coronation was planned for May, there was little time to compose, but Tchaikovsky succeeded and sent a manuscript to the Coronation Commission in mid-April to his good friend and patron Pyotr Jurgenson, the largest publisher of printed publications of musical compositions in what was then Tsarist Russia. Jurgenson very soon (May 3, 1883) after passing the censor's control, printed a publication / booklet with the composition and lyrics offered at our auction! The composition called Cantata "Moscow" was premiered at a gala dinner after the coronation ceremony on May 27, 1883. Extremely rarely on offer!

In mid-March 1883, Tchaikovsky in Paris received a document requesting the coronation committee of Alexander III (Russian Tsar) to compose a composition / cantata to be performed on the day of the coronation, and received a text written by Apollo Majkov. . Since the coronation was planned for May, there was little time to compose, but Tchaikovsky succeeded and sent a manuscript to the Coronation Commission in mid-April to his good friend and patron Pyotr Jurgenson, the largest publisher of printed publications of musical compositions in what was then Tsarist Russia. Jurgenson very soon (May 3, 1883) after passing the censor's control, printed a publication / booklet with the composition and lyrics offered at our auction! The composition called Cantata "Moscow" was premiered at a gala dinner after the coronation ceremony on May 27, 1883. Extremely rarely on offer!

Publisher Pjotr Jurgenson Moskva
Release year 1883.
Format 19,5x28 cm
Number of pages 41 stranica
Condition Condition excellent
Binding Paperback
Language Russian / German
Letter Cyrillic / Latin / Music notation

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