Tchaikovsky

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Tchaikovsky wrote his Serenade for Strings in homage to his hero Mozart, and it gave him far more pleasure than the thunderous 1812 Overture he was working on at the same time. The East Coast Chamber Orchestra plays the Serenade in Philadelphia.

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