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    Help me please to recognise composition of Tchaikovsky in the beginning of radio program (from 0 - 1m 40s) on youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGN5UMNbblU

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    Sorry, I don't recognize it, but it will be interesting, if this somehow really is Tchaikovsky, since stylistically it seems influenced by earlier music, including of course the harpsichord continuo.
    (I didn't check the orchestral suites).
    Last edited by joen_cph; Sep-15-2021 at 13:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joen_cph View Post
    Sorry, I don't recognize it, but it will be interesting, if this somehow really is Tchaikovsky, since stylistically it seems influenced by earlier music, including of course the harpsichord continuo.
    (I didn't check the orchestral suites).
    In the second version of Anton Rubinstein Symphony "Ocean"(1863) there is a very close fragment (0. 41s - 1m 47s here): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk-1-Rt401I&t=41s

    I think very likely Tchaikovsky compose something similar, as a student of Rubinstein.
    Last edited by Dima; Sep-15-2021 at 15:31.

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    Since it's a radio play, it might just be some royalty free generic music that can be downloaded from some service. The bottom lists the music used in the video, and this music isn't among those compositions listed. So it could easily be something other than Tchaikovsky, even though Tchaikovsky is the subject of the play.

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