This series of DVDs features travel scenes accompanied by classical music.
St Petersburg, the former Russian capital, established in 1712 by Peter the Great, represented an era of modernisation. Built around the River Neva, which flows into the seas of the Gulf of Finland, its palaces, streets and parks, reflect the age of its construction and wider European influences to which the Tsar sought to direct his country.
The composers whose music is here included, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Cui, Liadov and Ippolitov-Ivanov, were themselves closely associated with Russian music of the later nineteenth century and, inevitably, with St Petersburg and itsRead more Conservatory. Read less
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Magical!February 8, 2016By ANTHONY BOTTONE See All My Reviews"Peter the Great's Summer Palace is shown, accompanied by the the Song of India from Sadko (Rimsky-Korsakov 1844-1908) - just magical!"Report Abuse