Asked in Drama TV Shows, William Shakespeare
What composer from the nineteeth era presented a wordless musical rendition of a Shakespeare drama's principal characters?
You are probably thinking of Tchaikovsky who wrote an Overture on the theme of Romeo and Juliet, and expressing the idea of forbidden love, an idea which was close to him. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What were the nutcracker songs he wrote called Tchaikovsky?
Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893) was a Russian composer of the Romantic Era. The Nutcracker is a 2 act ballet. It premiered in St Petersburg in December 1982. ...
What does Tchaikovsky do?
Tchaikovsky was a composer in the Romantic Era. He wrote music for ballets, such as Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, and perhaps what he is most famous for, the Nutcracker. He also wrote operas (Eugene Onegin) and overtures (1812 Overture). ...
Asked in Composers, Johannes Brahms, Johann Strauss II
What musical time period did Johann Strauss live in?
The Romantic Era. However, he did not embody very many of the typical Romantic tendencies of his time. ...
What works did Tchaikovsky compose?
Tchaikovsky is a famous composer from the romantic era and he is rather famous for composing the music from the Nutcracker, which is also not copyrighted. This is why you hear alot of music from the Nutcracker in shopping centres and on advertisements around Christmas time....