Russian Dance (from The Nutcracker Suite) / SSAA* a cappella
|Publisher||ALFRED PUBLISHING CO.,INC.|
classical & sacret
musicals, movies & tv
|Arrangement:||choral score / piano|
|Series:||Alfred Choral Designs|
- Russian Dance (The Nutcracker Suite)
Sung entirely on "fa-la-la" and "plum," this novelty piece successfully transforms Tchaikovsky's orchestration into a light and lively a cappella choral. A jovial choice for holiday performances, Jeff Funk's arrangement dances along from its recognizable opening flourish to the accelerating, jolly end. Guaranteed to make you smile!
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) was a Russian composer who is considered one of the main representatives of musical romanticism. He wrote six symphonies, three piano concertos, several operas, a number of ballets (the most famous being Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, and Sleeping Beauty), a magnificent violin concerto in D major, and many chamber and vocal works.
|Composer:||Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich|
|No. of songs:||1|
|Size:||17 x 27 cm|