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Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Schubert - by Marc Mandel and Robert Kirzinger, narrated by Eleanor McGourty

Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Schubert - by Marc Mandel and Robert Kirzinger, narrated by Eleanor McGourty

Listen to the Concert Preview! Violinist/conductor Pinchas Zukerman returns to the BSO podium in both roles in two short, beautiful Tchaikovsky works for violin and orchestra, and to lead the composer's famous Serenade for Strings. Edward Elgar's warmhearted Chanson de nuit is one of two brief pieces originally for solo violin and piano (the other being Chanson de matin), later rescored for orchestra. Franz Schubert wrote his charming, four-movement Symphony No. 5 when he was just nineteen. Its balance of materials and control of the orchestra show the influence of Mozart and Beethoven.

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