Compact disc

Tchaikovsky discovers America.

Call Number

  • COMPACT DISC CHILDREN (CEN)

Performers

Studio Arts Orchestra, Walter Babiak, conductor ; High Park Girls Choir, Ann Cooper-Gay and Errol Gay, conductors.

Publication Information

Toronto, Ont. : Children's Group, [1993]

Summary

Subtitle on insert: A tale of courage and adventure.

Compact disc.

Full credits on container insert.

Tchaikovsky arrives in New York in 1891 for the grand opening of Carnegie Hall and takes a surprise adventure by train to Niagara Falls.

Contents

  • Piano concerto #1. Mvt. 1 ; Swan Lake. Danse napolitaine (2:14)
  • Nutcracker. Trépac (1:20)
  • Swing low ; Turkey in the straw ; Waltzes (Serenade and Swan Lake) (2:49)
  • Nutcracker. Tea, coffee, chocolate (4:26)
  • Swan Lake. Danse des cygnes. Allegro (1:09)
  • 1812 overture. Excerpts (3:13)
  • Sleeping beauty. Silver ; Ragtime (1:58)
  • Swan Lake. Act II. Overture (4:15)
  • Eugene Onegin. Girls' chorus (2:12)
  • Nutcracker. Act II. Coda ; Ragtime (2:22)
  • Marche Slav (1:25)
  • Sleeping beauty. Violente ; Nutcracker. Sugar-plum fairy (3:00)
  • Sleeping beauty. Le sommeil, panorama (3:24)
  • Long, long ago ; Eugene Onegin. Girls' chorus ; Swan Lake. Waltz, op. 20 (3:12)
  • Amazing grace (1:25)
  • Serenade for strings. Mvt. 1 (2:39) ; Finale (1:10) ; 1812 overture. Finale (1:06).
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