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Pyotr Il′yich Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Il′yich Tchaikovsky Composer

Hamlet (incidental music) for soprano, baritone, and orchestra, Op.67a

Performances: 6
Tracks: 45
  • Hamlet (incidental music) for soprano, baritone, and orchestra, Op.67a
    Year: 1891
    Genre: Incidental Music
    Pr. Instrument: Orchestra
    • Act 1
      • 1.Overture
      • 2.Melodrama: First Appearance of Ghost
      • 3.Fanfare: A Flourish of Trumpets
      • 4.Melodrama: Appearance of Ghost to Hamlet
      • 5.Melodrama: The Ghost tells Hamlet of his Father's Murder
    • Act 2
      • 1:Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 and First Appearance in the Play of Ophelia
      • 2.Fanfare: A Room in the Castle; Flourish: First appearance of King, Queen, Rose
    • Act 3
      • 1.Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1, Which Feaures Hamlet's Soliloquy
      • 2.Fanfare: Enter King, Queen Polonius, Ophelia, Rosenkrantz, Guildenst
      • 3.Fanfare: The Dumb Show Enters
      • 4.Melodrama: The Players Enact the Scene of the Poisoning
    • Act 4
      • 1.Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1: A Room in the Castle
      • 2.Ophelia's Mad Scene
      • 3.Re-enter Ophelia, Fantastically Dressed with Straw and Flowers
    • Act 5
      • 1.Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1: A Churchyard
      • 2.The Gravedigger's Song
      • 3.Funeral March: Enter Priests and Others
      • 4.Fanfare: Trumpets Sound
      • 5.Finale: March

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