Tchaikovksy’s fireworks in 1812 at RAH w/ the RPO πŸŽˆπŸ™‹πŸ»

What an incredible night it was tonight – I loved how mr Nowark made the orchestra sing – the notes came out like lyrics from a singer – it’s a feeling of river – it’s a fluent feeling that nothing gets stuck – a beautiful feeling of moving forward – the speed of nutcracker tonight was a bit strange – the Chinese dance was a lot slower than how it’s played for a ballet and the sugar plum fairy was a lot faster than how it’s played in a ballet – I loved the waltz of flowers tonight – we can almost hear the longer breath on the orchestra like a singer – if I don’t know nutcracker I would say the Arabian dance sounded a lot like “fog” tonight – it sounded like something seemed to be there and seemed to not be there – a very foggy and mysterious feeling – I loved the flutes in Tchaikovsky’s no.1 piano concerto – especially when you sit in a sound reservoir like RAH the shiny and clean sound of flute beeped and echoed in this hall – in this piano concerto I hear the fluffy green trees in a forest on the strings – I hear the birds on the flute – I hear the foot steps of running in the forest when the piano is playing with the cello plucking the strings – I hear the questions and wondering with the repeated three notes on the piano near the end – before the forest of piano concerto we listened to Romeo and Juliet fantasy from tchaikovksy – I liked the timpani bringing the drama tonight so precisely on time – I liked the trumpet in this piece – a big surprise in the end of fireworks in the 1812 – much better than cannons – how would you forget 1812 ? As if you will never forget Mahler’s hammer in his no.6 . πŸ™‹πŸ»

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