By Marina Ritzarev
TchaikovskyÊ¼s 6th Symphony (1893), widely known as one of many worldÊ¼s so much deeply tragic compositions, is usually recognized for the secret surrounding its hidden programme and for TchaikovskyÊ¼s unforeseen demise 9 days after its superior. whereas the sensational speculations concerning the composerÊ¼s attainable deliberate suicide and the advice that the symphony was once meant as his personal requiem have lengthy been discarded, the query of its programme is still.
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