The self-critical composer was wrong about the worth of two of his masterpieces, the 1812 Festival Overture, Op. 49, and the Slavonic March, Op. 31, for both are among his most played works and widely loved for their bold orchestration, abundant tunefulness, and vivid depictions of military struggles and victories.
The Marche slave was published as Slavonic March or Serbo-Russian March (Serbian: Српско-руски марш, Srpsko-ruski marš; Russian: Сербско-русский марш, Serbsko-russkiy marsh) or Slavic March (Serbian: Словенски марш, Slovenski marš; Russian: Славя́нский марш, Slavyánskiy marsh). The march is highly programmatic in its form and organization. The first section describes the oppression of the Serbs by the Turks. It uses two Serbian folk songs, "Sunce jarko, ne sijaš jednako" (Bright sun, you do not shine equally), by Isidor Ćirić and "Rado ide Srbin u vojnike" (Gladly does the Serb become a soldier), by Josip Runjanin - giving way to the second section in the relative major key, which describes the Russians rallying to help the Serbs. The piece is frequently paired in performance with Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture," which also quotes "God Save the Tsar.
1-1 1812 Overture, Op. 49 1-2 Moscow Cantata 1-3 Marche Slave, Op. 31 1-4 Coronation March 1-5 Danish Overture, Op. 15. Title: 1812 Overture. Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Moscow Cantata; Slavonic March (2009). Brand new: lowest price.
Slavonic March (Marche Slave), O. 1. Pyotr Il′yich Tchaikovsky Composer. Capriccio Italien, O. 5 Work. Tchaikovsky: The Tempest; Hamlet; 1812 Overture. Naxos featured album.
Moscow Cantata: II. Arioso. Moderato con moto - Lyubov Sokolova. 4. Moscow Cantata: III. Chorus. 5. Moscow Cantata: IV. Monologue and Chorus. Moderato - Largo - Alexey Markov. Slavonic March ("Marche Slave"), Op. 31. 10:120:30. 9. Festival Coronation March, O. 10. Festival Overture On the Danish National Anthem. More by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
The Year 1812 Solemn Overture, festival overture in E♭ major, Op. 49, popularly known as the 1812 Overture, is a concert overture written in 1880 by Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky to commemorate the successful Russian defence against Napoleon's invading Grande Armée in 1812. The overture debuted in Moscow on August 20, 1882, conducted by Ippolit Al'tani under a tent near the then-unfinished Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, which also memorialized the 1812 defence of Russia.
Moscow Cantata: I. Introduction and Chorus. 3. Moscow Cantata: II. Play. Latest albums by Valery Gergiev.
Tchaikovsky's festival overture The Year 1812 (1812 год) in E-flat major, Op. 49 (TH 49 ; ČW 46), popularly known as the 1812 Overture or simply 1812, was composed and orchestrated between September and November 1880.
|A1||Year 1812, Festive Overture In E Flat Minor, Op. 49|
|A2||Slavonic March In B Flat Minor, Op. 31|
|B4||Monologue (Baritone) And Chorus|
|C-0959-60||Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky||Year 1812 - Slavonic March - Moscow (LP, Album, Gat)||Мелодия||C-0959-60||USSR||Unknown|
|33С—0959, 33С—0960||П. Чайковский*||1812 Год / Славянский Марш / Москва (LP, RP)||Мелодия, Мелодия||33С—0959, 33С—0960||USSR||Unknown|
|33 C 0959-60(a)||P. Tchaikovsky*||Year 1812 - Slavonic March - Moscow (LP, Album)||Мелодия||33 C 0959-60(a)||USSR||1978|
|8 26 236||Tschaikowski* - Sonfonie-Orchester Der UdSSR*, Konstantin Iwanow*, Nina Saborskich* / Alexander Poljakow*, Chor Und Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Der UdSSR*, Gennadi Roshdestwenski*||Tschaikowski* - Sonfonie-Orchester Der UdSSR*, Konstantin Iwanow*, Nina Saborskich* / Alexander Poljakow*, Chor Und Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Der UdSSR*, Gennadi Roshdestwenski* - Das Jahr 1812, Slawischer Marsch, Kantate "Moskau" (LP, Album, RE)||Melodia Eterna||8 26 236||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1974|
|LDX-S-8379||Tchaikovski*||Ouverture 1812 - Marche Slave - "Moscou", Cantate (LP)||Melodia / Le Chant Du Monde||LDX-S-8379||France||Unknown|