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Pyotr Tchaikovsky
(1840 - 1893)



"It would be vain to try to put into words, that immeasurable sense of bliss which
comes over me directly as a new idea awakens in me and begins to assume a definite form.
"

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Russian composer, known for his for his outstanding orchestral music including concertos and ballet scores; while not an overt nationalist, he nevertheless wrote in a distinctively Russian style.
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