The Making of a Performance, is an engrossing documentary that demystifies how a performance of a great piece of classical music is created. It is a viewer’s “behind-the-scenes” pass to witness firsthand how a performance unfolds and the preparation it takes to play this music. Along the way, MTT explores the symphony’s four movements, providing commentary on the powerful emotions embodied in the music and how it speaks to audiences today. MTT also introduces many of the personable members of the orchestra. Bonus Features: Full-length concert performance of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 by the San Francisco Symphony originally filmed in high-definition 16:9 widescreen and 5.1 surround sound. More information about DVD and Blu-Ray discs available here: 🤍🤍warnerclassics.com/release/tchaikovsky-keeping-score The music will play on. GIVE TODAY SFSYMPHONY.org/give Stay connected with us: Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/sfsymphony Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/sfsymphony Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/sfsymphony Tumblr: 🤍sfsymphony.tumblr.com/
Easily the most precise performance recording of Tchaikovskys 4th Symphony in my opinion. I wish other leading companies made programs like these. The French Horns were so sharp and powerful, even more so than Londons! It’s all so precise and powerful, with a moderate tempo comparatively.
This was a terrific documentary!
A wonderful insight into a great symphony! Thank you for uploading it
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I. Andante sostenuto ...... 9tABgYM0Gsw&t=55m45s 55:45
II. Andantino in modo di canzona ...... 9tABgYM0Gsw&t=1h15m00s 1:15:00
III. Scherzo: Pizzicato ostinato - Allegro ...... 9tABgYM0Gsw&t=1h26m02s 1:26:02
IV. Finale: Allegro con fuoco ...... 9tABgYM0Gsw&t=1h31m58s 1:31:58
Why am a crying at a piccolo?? I have been transported by those 21 notes for almost 50 years; to hear what's behind them was really moving.
Tchaikovsky's the man! Just a never-ending flow of melodies from this Russian master.
Great documentary， details in every aspect！
Amazing insight into how a symphonic orchestra functions. Makes running an NFL team look like child's play.
Superb. I love this specific performance for its unique melodic, soft, humble interpretation for so many years and I always wanted to watch this documentary and couldn't find it. Thank you so much for uploading it.
I have a fond memory of blasting this piece in our conservatory dorm room while we painted the walls with fluorescent paint.
Wow that piccolo solo....!! Kudo's to any composer that give this instrument, that is often despised, a solo. The piccolo solo in Britten's violin concerto is pretty challenging too. Especially because it's two piccolos in harmony and even with the Tuba.
I understand what the principal oboist means about each time finding new elements in his melody in second movement. I find the same each time I sing a great classical aria. Each time is new to me. That is the genius of great music.
MTT is brilliant at making us understand what the music is symbolizing. Especially the second movement, he associates with Tchaikovsky's fear of being an outcast and his terrible secret known. You feel MTT entirely understands Tchaikovsky's world.