Classical composer Tchaikovsky’s house destroyed by Russian terrorists
Russian invaders under the orders of terrorist Putin have destroyed the 19th century house where composer Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky premiered his first work.
The Tchaikovsky House in the city of Trostyanets, northeastern Ukraine, is in ruins, like most of the city. Russian terrorists captured the city on March 1, 2022.
“What about the great Russian high culture?”
Look at this. This is Tchaikovsky’s home where he composed the overture ‘The Storm’ (1864). The Russians did. pic.twitter.com/ex5qyt4GYh
— Willow | Сонце 🇱🇹🇺🇦 (@sankuperis) April 7, 2022
Tchaikovsky composed his first symphonic piece ‘The Storm’ overture at home in 1864.
Trostyanets was part of the Russian Empire in the 1800s when Tchaikovsky composed the piece at the age of 24. “The Storm” is the Russian composer’s first large-scale work.
Tchaikovsky died in Saint Petersburg, Russia, at the age of 53, nine days after the premiere of his Sixth Symphony.
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