Waltz of the Flowers

December 21, 2014 at 3:54 pm Leave a comment

The last of the variations, before the subsequent Pas de Deux, is the Waltz of the Flowers. I would suffice it to say this piece of music is quite possibly the most recognized and famous waltz composed by Tchaikovsky. He introduces the waltz with a solo featuring a single harp. It is a magnificent piece of music to listen to and a blessing to dance. Incidentally, the piece below inspired my Nutcracker series. It was the first piece written and the Nutcracker in the photograph was my very first… given to me by my mother.

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a solo harp sings

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flowers scurry onto stage

may the waltz begin

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My NutcrackerDecember 1976
My first Nutcracker

The little Nutcracker ornament was a secret Santa gift created from dough.

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