Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2

There are two pairs of works in Tchaikovsky's oeuvre that are often confused, the first couple being the Op. 3 opera Voyevoda (1867-1868) and Voyevoda, the symphonic ballad for orchestra, Op. 78. The other confusable pair of siblings are the 1864 overture for orchestra The Storm, Op. 76, and the work under examination here, The Tempest, from 1873, a later composition, despite the higher opus number of the first work. The Tempest is a fantasia inspired by the Shakespeare play of the same name. It is not as well known as ... more

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RecordingBorodin - Symphony No.2 - 1st Movement
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RecordingBorodin - Symphony No.2 - 2nd Movement
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RecordingBorodin - Symphony No.2 - 3rd & 4th Movement
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RecordingP.I. Tchaikovsky - The tempest Op.18
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RecordingP.I. Tchaikovsky - Voyevoda Overture
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Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2
Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2
Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2
Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2
Voyevoda Overture & The tempest Op. 18, Borodin - Symphony No. 2

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