Genre: Classical
Label: Cisco
Size: 12"
Composer: Tchaikovsky
Additional Artists: Charles Munch
Format: 33RPM,


Tchaikovsky Serenade For Strings, OP. 48 180g LP

Serenade For Strings

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Cisco introduces the first 180-gram All-Analog pressing of one of Tchaikovsky's most beloved string works!

Tchaikovsky penned the 1812 Overture and Serenade for Strings around the same time in 1880 and had this to say by way of comparison: "The Overture will be very noisy. I wrote it without much warmth of enthusiasm; therefore it has no great artistic value. The Serenade, on the contrary, I wrote from an inward impulse. I felt it, and I venture to hope that this work is not without artistic qualities."

Opinions over the relative merits of these famous works still vary wildly, but there's no denying the level of feeling he poured into his Serenade for Strings. The two classic themes work best when played on a razor's edge between passion and precision. Charles Munch was no stranger to this balancing act. Sweeping, solemn and romantic, Munch brings a vibrancy and respect for both works that make for a rousing listening experience.

Strings of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Charles Munch, conductor

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Serenade for Strings, Op. 48
Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Introduction and Allegro For Strings, Op. 47

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