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Finale from Symphony No. 2

Finale from Symphony No. 2 - Grade 5 - Score and Parts (Score and Parts)

Tchaikovsky/trans. James Curnow
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Tchaikovsky, like countless composers who have found inspiration in folk melody, loved Russian folk music all his life. While composing his second symphony in 1872-73, he was inspired by farmers' songs that had fascinated him during a stay in Kamenka (near Kiev). For the finale, he used the melody from the song The Stork. James Curnow's transcription of this 19th-century masterpiece will allow your ensemble to bring its contest or concert performance to a fitting finale.

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Publisher: Curnow Music (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 44000128
Northwest Product Number: 101-0603-00-038

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