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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, also known as Peter I. Tchaikovsky, was a well known Russian composer who wrote classical pieces of music. Tchaikovsky was born in Kamsko-Votkinsk, Vyatka, Russia on May 7, 1840, to Alexandra and Ilya. Pyotr’s father, Ilya, was a mine inspector and metal works manager while Alexandra, Tchaikovsky’s mother, played music which is probably what influenced Pyotr to have such a passion for music. He was the second child out of six living children. When he was five, Tchaikovsky took piano lessons and he was generally extremely fascinated with music. He also, later on in his life, joined a choir. Despite the interest he had in music, his parents wanted him to work as a civil service worker. His mother died when Tchaikovsky…

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is a famous Russian composer that has written some of the world's greatest classical and romantic melodies. His music has evoked many emotions from his listeners and has impacted the music world. Not only did he write classical and romantic melodies, he also composed some of the most highly-praised music for ballets. Tchaikovsky's is a prominent and an innovative composer in which can be demonstrated in his three most famous ballets: Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, and…

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is one of the most praised composers of Russia and perhaps of all time. During his life, Tchaikovsky created many notable works. He created ballets such as Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, and most famously The Nutcracker. Tchaikovsky also was responsible for Operas like Eugene Onegin and The Queen of Spades. Tchaikovsky even wrote the Coronation March for Tsar Alexander III. The reason for this essay is to shine light to one of the most famous Russian composers to ever…

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was born in Votkinsk, Russia in the year 1840. Ilya Petrovich Tchaikovsky, his father, had served as a lieutenant colonel and engineer in the Department of Mines and managed the Kamsko-Votkinsk Ironworks. Tchaikovsky's mother, Alexandra Andreyevna née d'Assier, was 18 years younger than Ilya and the second of his three wives. Both Ilya and Alexandra were trained in the arts, including music, which was a necessity; living in a remote area of Russia posed a need for…

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    In the article, “Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky”, the author, Alexander Poznansky, informs readers about the life of the famous musical composer, Peter Tchaikovsky. The article begins with Peter’s early life which helps readers understand how he became utterly fascinated with Italian music, especially Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Don Giovonni. With a music passion already instituted, the article goes to explain how Peter became one of the most famous composers in history by discussing many of his…

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    composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and I will be telling you about my early life and education, early success and failures, and most famous pieces and achievements before my life ended in 1983 at age 53. Cholera is said to be the reason I passed away as well as the reason that my mom sadly passed away when I was 14 while attending boarding school in St. Petersburg. Throughout my life I have always regret the past, hoped in the future, and have been unsatisfied with the present. I was born on…

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    I look down to the little pamphlet we were given at the beginning. I see next to my brother’s name “Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 23.” My brother is the final act so my mother gets up to run to him. She tells everyone that it was a gift. My brother is smiling on the outside, but I know that it’s for the pictures. He’s like me, tired. But he is always better at disguising it. Especially around the reporters. I take my usual place by my brother for the pictures. We stand up…

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    track and field events. She currently holds the American record for the 60-meter dash for women between 95 and 99 years old. If you want to pound the pavement, take up tai chi, or learn line dancing, it’s never too late to lace up for a new sport. Get crafty: Crocheting, macrame, scrapbooking and sewing - just some of the many past times people have found as creative outlets for their crafting sides. Try checking a book out of the library, visiting a local craft store for their class schedule,…

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    Swan Lake Essay

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    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer who started practising music at a young age. Throughout his youth, he played the piano, sang in choirs and after graduating from Saint Petersburg school of Law he went on to study music. Tchaikovsky was working as a professor in harmony and theory when he wrote his first ballet, Swan Lake. Swan Lake was composed in 1875 and fit the mold of pieces from the Romantic era, Swan Lake was through composed form following a powerful storyline. During the…

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    Night on Bald Mountain Musical Analysis Nazari Tuyo 3.21.17 Historical Background Composer & Arrangers Career Night on Bald Mountain is a scary but yet peaceful song. It was composed by Modeste Mussorgsky in 1867. The version that will be played by the CRLS orchestra was arranged by Eric Segnitz. Who was Mussorgsky? He was born in the winter of 1839, and grew up in Russia. Modest was a composer, and he was well known for his opera Boris Godunov. He also wrote many other pieces of music such…

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