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Incredible pieces of music.

Once again, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra out-do themselves. (I stress again) In my opinion, this is one Tchaikovsky's greatest works. The Finale to his symphony No. 4 is outstanding and far surpassed what I had thought it to be. If you don't feel like paying $10 for his album, at least pay one dollar for his Finale. You will not regret it.

Great 1st Movement

This sounds to be like an exceptional recording, BUT, in my opinion this recording of Tchaikovsky's Sym. 4 doesn't even come close to what Herbert von Karajan has done with the Berlin Philharmonic. He truely understands what heights Tchaikovsky's bombast and eccentricity are capable of reaching. Give Karajan and the Berliner Philharmoniker a good listen. I promise he won't disappoint.

Good album

Almost great. Two things keep it from being great: sound quality (good but could use a little more reverberation for a more powerful effect) and not quite the best interpretation, in my opinion. Also, you can buy this album for $4.95 on the Amazon MP3 store.


Formed: 1891 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Classical

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is one of the three most acclaimed orchestras in America at the end of the century (the others being the New York Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra), and one of the few serious rivals that the New York Philharmonic has had in its long history. Curiously, the histories of the two orchestras are somewhat intermingled. Theodore Thomas had organized and led orchestras in New York during the 1870s and 1880s, competing with the Philharmonic Society of New York...
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Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 & Romeo and Juliet Overture, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: 1997

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