Celibidache’s Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky’s last three symphonies are probably the most performed and recorded symphonies in existence.  Other contenders include those of Beethoven, Mozart, and maybe Haydn by virtue of there being over a hundred of them, but the trinity that is Tchaikovsky’s four, five, and six delivers a sampling of Romanticism that has proven irresistible to popular taste. Continue reading Celibidache’s Tchaikovsky