|Artist(i):||Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky|
|Casa de discuri:||Barbican|
|Stil:||Clasica, Muzica, Diverse|
Tchaikovsky's early symphonies are full of rich expressive melodies – something for which he had a natural talent. They contain influences of Russian nationalism and folk tunes, particularly in the Second Symphony ('Little Russian') and the First, which hints at a Russian landscape. The choreographer George Balanchine exploited the dance-like nature of the Third Symphony by using it as the basis for the final part of his ballet masterpiece, Jewels.