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TCHAIKOVSKY:  Overture, Modern Mandolin Quartet, “The Nutcracker Suite”, Windham Hill 11108 2
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  March, Portsmouth Sinfonia, “Hallelujah”, Antilles AN 7002
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY arr. ROGERS:  “The Swingin’ Plum Fairy”, Shorty Rogers, RCA LPM 2110
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  Trepek (Russian Dance), E. Power Biggs, Columbia MS 7269
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  Arabian Dance, Spike Jones, “Spike Jones is Murdering the Classics”, RCA 3235 2 R
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY arr. ELLINGTON/STRAYHORN:  Chinoiserie (Chinese Dance), Duke Ellington, “Three Suites”, Columbia CK 46825
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY arr. SELF:  Dance of the Reed Pipes, The Tubadours, Crystal S 421
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY arr. ROBINSON:  Waltz of the Flowers, Liberace, “Moonlight Sonata”, Columbia CL 764
from Program Number 29:  “Heaven/Nutcracker”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “1812” Overture, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra/Dorati, Mercury 416 448 2
from Program Number 38:  “About Bells”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  “Nutcracker,” “Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy”, London Symphony Ochestra/ Mackerras, Telarc CD 80137
from Program Number 38:  “About Bells”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “1812” Overture, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra/Kunzel, Telarc CD 80041
from Program Number 43:  “Humor Me”

TCHAIKOVSKY arr. ROGERS (ASCAP):  “Dance Espresso”, Shorty Rogers, “The Swingin’ Nutcracker”, RCA LPM 2110
from Program Number 65:  “License or Larceny?”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Opus 36, 3rd Mvt., Philadelphia Orchestra/Muti, EMI CDC 7 54112 2
from Program Number 74:  “A Many-Splendored String”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “The Nutcracker,” “Waltz of the Flowers”, Scottish National Orchestra/Jarvi, Chandos CHAN 8556
from Program Number 76:  “Do I Hear the Waltz? Well, Do I?”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Symphony No. 5 in E Major, Opus 64, 4th Mvt., Orchestre symphonique de Montreal/Dutoit, London 425 503 2
from Program Number 78:  “Let’s Get This Thing Over With!”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From 1812 Overture, Opus 49, Philadelphia Orchestra/Ormandy, CBS MBK 39784
from Program Number 92:  “Climactic Conditions”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “The Nutcracker,” “Chocolate”, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande/Ansermet, London 425 509 2
from Program Number 113:  “We Never Make Misteaks”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “The Nutcracker,” “Chocolate”, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Ashkenazy, London 433 000 2
from Program Number 113:  “We Never Make Misteaks”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “The Nutcracker,” “Waltz of the Flowers”, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande/Ansermet, London 425 509 2
from Program Number 113:  “We Never Make Misteaks”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From “1812” Overture, The Philharmonia/Domingo, EMI CDC 5 55018 2
from Program Number 115:  “And Now for Something Not Really So Very Different At All”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  Symphony No. 6, 2nd. Mvt., Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Abbado, Deutsche Grammophon 437 401 2
from Program Number 124:  “Quintessential Music”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Piano Concerto No. 1, Opus 23, Vladimir Feltsman/National Symphony Orchestra/Rostropovich, Sony SK 45756
from Program Number 131:  “First Among Equals, and Don’t You Forget It, Buster”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Symphony No. 1 in G minor, 2nd Mvt., New York Philharmonic/Bernstein, Sony SMK 47 631
from Program Number 132:  “If You’ve Got It, Baby, Flaunt It!”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Symphony No. 6, Allegro molto vivace, Philharmonia Orchestra/Muti, “The Most Famous Marches”, Encore CDE 5 68125 2
from Program Number 139:  “Symphonic March Music: All the Fun and None of the Responsibility”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Serenade for Strings in C, Opus 48, Berlin Philharmonic/Bychkov, Philips 434 108 2
from Program Number 143:  “Pick-Up Shticks” — a program about pick-up notes

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Suite No. 2 for Orchestra, 3rd Mvt., Philharmonia Orchestra/Tilson Thomas, CBS MDK 46503
from Program Number 159:  “Accordion Hits the Big Time!”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Nutcracker Suite, Arabian Dance, Spike Jones, “Spike Jones Is Murdering the Classics!”, RCA 3235 2 R
from Program Number 160:  “Day of Wrath, Day of Yuckyness”

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Symphony 6 (“Pathétique), 1st Mvt., Orchestre Symphonique de Londres/Abbado, Deutsche Grammophon 437 401 2
from Program Number 165:  “Ostinati Obbligati” — The first of three programs about minimalism

TCHAIKOVSKY:  From Violin Concerto in D, Opus 35, 3rd Mvt., Heifetz/Chicago Symphony Orchesta/Reiner, RCA 5933 2 RC
from Program Number 169:  “Playing by the Rules”

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