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Tchaikovsky first considered the idea of creating a concert suite from The Sleeping Beauty in February 1890, shortly after the ballet's première. In the event he was unable to settle on a selection of numbers, and it was only several years after his death that such a suite of five numbers was published as "Op. 66a"
There are five numbers, lasting around 20 minutes in performance:
Introduction [Carabosse's music, linked with the appearance of the Lilac Fairy from the end of the Prologue, No. 4] Adagio [Act I, No. 8a] Pas de caractère [Act III, No. 24] Panorama [Act II, No. 17] Waltz [Act I, No. 6]
This is my arrangement of no.5 Waltz for wind quintet.
Reviews of Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty Suite Op.66a No.5 Valse (Waltz) - wind quintet
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