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Tchaikovsky: Hamlet (Complete Incidental Music), Romeo and Juliet

Maxim Mikhailov, Tatiana Monogarova, Vladimir Jurowski

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Tchaikovsky's rarely recorded overture and incidental music for Hamlet, and his even more rarely recorded original version of the Fantasy Overture Romeo and Juliet, are hardly the crown jewels of his output. The former has some fine music in it -- the blustery overture and the fetching Allegro simplice Entr'acte in particular -- but most of it, while appropriate as incidental music, can hardly stand repeated listenings. The latter likewise has fine moments, but it is less formally cogent and dramatically compelling than its later incarnation. That said, these are truly first-rate performances. Vladimir Jurowski had previously demonstrated his understanding of Tchaikovsky's music in his brilliantly colorful and highly balletic recording of the composer's under-valued Third Suite for Orchestra, and his direction here is no less sympathetic. As much as the Hamlet music and Romeo and Juliet overture can hold together, they hold together here in Jurowski's tight, taut performances. The Russian National Orchestra responds to Jurowski's direction with passion and panache, and that enthusiasm goes a long way toward overcoming the music's inherent weaknesses. Captured in immediate super audio, multi-channel digital sound, this disc may initially appeal only to Tchaikovsky's most dedicated fans, but they will most likely be very happy to hear it.
© TiVo

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Hamlet, op. 67a

1
Overture
Tatiana Monogarova
00:09:09

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

2
Act I Scene 1: Melodrame: First appearance of Ghost
Tatiana Monogarova
00:01:13

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

3
Act I Scene 4: Fanfare: A Flourish of Trumpets
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:24

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

4
Act I Scene 4: Melodrame: Appearance of Ghost to Hamlet
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:40

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

5
Act I Scene 5: Melodrame: The Ghost tells Hamlet of his father's murder
Tatiana Monogarova
00:03:26

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

6
Act II: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 and first appearance in the play of Ophelia
Tatiana Monogarova
00:02:55

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

7
Act II Scene 2: Fanfare: The Dumb Show enters
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:25

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

8
Act II Scene 2: Fanfare: A Room in the Castle - Flourish
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:27

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

9
Act III: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 which features Hamlet's soliloquy
Tatiana Monogarova
00:03:04

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

10
Act III Scene 2: Melodrame: The Players enact the Scene of the Poisoning
Tatiana Monogarova
00:02:21

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

11
Act IV: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 - A Room in the Castle
Tatiana Monogarova
00:07:38

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

12
Act IV Scene 5: Scene d'Ophelie: Elsinore - Ophelia's Mad Scene
Tatiana Monogarova
00:02:19

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

13
Act IV Scene 5: Deuxieme scene d'Ophelie: Re-enter Ophelia, fantastically dressed with straws and flowers
Tatiana Monogarova
00:02:26

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

14
Act V: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 - A Churchyard
Tatiana Monogarova
00:04:16

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

15
Act V Scene 1: Chant du Fossoyeur
Tatiana Monogarova
00:01:18

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

16
Act V Scene 2: Fanfare: Trumpets sound
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:27

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

17
Act V Scene 2: Marche finale
Tatiana Monogarova
00:00:40

William Shakespeare , Lyricist - Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Maxim Mikhailov, Performer - Tatiana Monogarova, Performer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture (1st version, 1869)

18
Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture (1st version, 1869)
Russian National Orchestra
00:16:32

Russian National Orchestra, Orchestra - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Vladimir Jurowski, Conductor

2008 PentaTone 2008 PentaTone

Album Description

Tchaikovsky's rarely recorded overture and incidental music for Hamlet, and his even more rarely recorded original version of the Fantasy Overture Romeo and Juliet, are hardly the crown jewels of his output. The former has some fine music in it -- the blustery overture and the fetching Allegro simplice Entr'acte in particular -- but most of it, while appropriate as incidental music, can hardly stand repeated listenings. The latter likewise has fine moments, but it is less formally cogent and dramatically compelling than its later incarnation. That said, these are truly first-rate performances. Vladimir Jurowski had previously demonstrated his understanding of Tchaikovsky's music in his brilliantly colorful and highly balletic recording of the composer's under-valued Third Suite for Orchestra, and his direction here is no less sympathetic. As much as the Hamlet music and Romeo and Juliet overture can hold together, they hold together here in Jurowski's tight, taut performances. The Russian National Orchestra responds to Jurowski's direction with passion and panache, and that enthusiasm goes a long way toward overcoming the music's inherent weaknesses. Captured in immediate super audio, multi-channel digital sound, this disc may initially appeal only to Tchaikovsky's most dedicated fans, but they will most likely be very happy to hear it.
© TiVo

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