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Tchaikovsky - Aveu passionné for viola and piano

Tchaikovsky - Aveu passionné for viola and piano


Tchaikovsky - Aveu passionné for viola and piano. You can download the PDF sheet music Tchaikovsky - Aveu passionné for viola and piano on this page. This piece is based an episode from The symphonic ballad "Voyevoda", Op.78, that tells the story of a Polish landowner. The song's tempo is Moderato mosso, molto rubato and it takes about three minutes to complete. Viola and piano transcription was made by Vadim Borisovsky.

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Instrument part: 2 pages. 905 K

 

Piano part: 6 pages. 2953 K

 

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The symphonic ballad "The Voyevoda" (1890-91) was the base for this piece "Aveu passionné". Tchaikovsky found a literary source for his symphonic ballad The Voyevoda in Pushkin, who himself had drawn inspiration from the Polish poet Mickiewicz. The story of the ballad concerns a Voyevoda, a provincial governor, who surprises his wife in infidelity and bids his servant shoot her. In error the servant shoots his master instead. The Voyevoda was performed for the first time in Moscow in November 1891. Tchaikovsky conducted, but, in spite of the good reception given to the work, at once began to destroy the score, fearing, with his usual diffidence, that his powers were declining.
 
28 March 2019
 
     
 
 
 
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