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Work: Piano Concerto no. 1 in B flat minor, Op.23

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ComposerTchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893)
PeriodRomantic
Year1875
Work typeOrchestral
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TottoriMao Fujita plays Tchaikovsky

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Tchaikovsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Junichi Hirokami; Mao Fujita

OkayamaMao Fujita plays Tchaikovsky

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Tchaikovsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Junichi Hirokami; Mao Fujita

TokyoMao Fujita plays Tchaikovsky

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Tchaikovsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Junichi Hirokami; Mao Fujita

YamaguchiMao Fujita plays Tchaikovsky

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Tchaikovsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Junichi Hirokami; Mao Fujita

LondonElgar’s Enigma Variations

Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Elgar
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Jamie Phillips; Vanessa Benelli Mosell
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Turn of the screw: Gergiev’s masterful Tchaikovsky in Munich

In his busy Mariinsky schedule, Valery Gergiev squeezes in a visit to the Munich Philharmonic, joined by poetic pianist Seong-Jin Cho. 
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Kolesnikov rediscovers Tchaikovsky's First with the Philharmonia

Brilliant playing and thoughtful interpretations bring new life to familiar music. Every element of this concert was a triumph.
*****
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Game of two halves: Buniatishvili, Noseda and the LSO

Buniatishvili 4 – Tchaikovsky 2 at the interval, but Dmitri Dmitrievich comes off the bench after half time to level for the Russians in Leningrad.
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Superb Tchaikovsky from Bychkov and the Czech Philharmonic in Vienna

The distinctive sound of the orchestra that seems to encapsulate centuries of Central-European tradition – glowing violins, characterful winds and some of the most pregnant brass you can hear – bloomed in the marvellous acoustics of the Musikverein.
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Gergiev and the Munich Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall

Abduraimov's Tchaikovsky was less a display of power and agility and more about lyricism and subtlety, without ever sliding into sentimentality.
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