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Piano Pieces

 ComposerPeter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
 Music(in order of performance)
1) Danse Caracteristique, op. 72, no. 4
2) Le Paysan Prelude, op. 39, no. 12
3) Chanson Populaire, op. 39, no. 13
4) Polka, op. 39, no. 14
5) Le Petit Cavalier, op. 39, no. 3
6) Reverie, op. 9, no. 1
7) La Sorciere, op. 39, no. 20
8) November - Troika, op. 37, no. 11
9) Natha Waltz, op. 51, no. 4
10) Mazurka, op. 39, no. 10
11) October - Chant d'Automne, op. 37, no. 10
12) Polka de Salon, op. 9, no. 2
13) June - Barcarolle, op. 37, no. 6
14) Scherzo a la Russe, op. 1, no. 1
 DancersIb Andersen, Kyra Nichols, Daniel Duell, Maria Calegari, Joseph Duell, Bart Cook, Heather Watts
 CostumesBen Benson
 LightingRonald Bates
 GenreBALLET
 PremiereJune 11, 1981, New York State Theater, New York City Ballet

 Casting Reqs″19 Dancers: 3 principal women, 4 principal men; 6 corps women (2 demi), 6 corps men″
 Requirementspiano
 Running Time39′
 NotesTchaikovsky composed an extraordinary amount of music for the solo piano, most of it unknown compared to his more famous orchestral works. The music for this ballet is comprised of pieces which span his musical career from Opus 1, No. 1 through Opus 72, No. 4 and come from various collections: The Seasons, Children′s Album, and Opus 1, 9, 51, and 72.


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