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They Might Be Giants played free show this past Record Store Day, April 21st, 2012!
You may not know this, but independent record stores have a holiday all their own. The third Saturday of April every year is National Record Store Day! We've participated in every one since it began five years ago, and every year we've had a fantastic turnout. This past April, we were thrilled to have the Grammy-award winning band They Might Be Giants help us celebrate by performing a free concert in the nearby Princeton Public Library courtyard.
At this point, a very small percentage of you may be wondering, "wait, who are these guys?" I'm glad you asked - but the truth of the matter is you've probably heard them and just don't know it. Have you ever seen the intro to the hit TV show "Malcolm in the Middle"? That's them. Have you ever gotten "The Daily Show's" opening song stuck in your head? That's them, and we were honored that they chose our store as the place where they wanted to play.
We'd like to mention a special thanks to our friends at Princeton Public Library who graciously agreed to host the concert. (With all the merchandise we carry, we didn’t have the space!). The staff really went out of their way to pull this off.
The weather was great, the band was in fine form and the turnout was fantastic! Over 1,000 folks showed up, and the band spent hours at the store after at a meet-and-greet posing for photos and signing autographs. It was truly a memorable day.
In addition to TMBG, Record Store Day featured hundreds of limited edition vinyl records from the most talented musicians of our time. If you're interested in one of the limited edition releases at the next Record Store Day, we highly recommend you arrive early to maximize your chances of buying a copy. It's first come, first serve, so we look forward to seeing you bright and early!
Peter Tchaikovsky Biography
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikowosky (Russian: ???? ????? ????o?????, Pėtr Il?ic( C(ajkovskij) (7 May (O.S. 25 April) 1840 ? 6 November (O.S. 25 October) 1893), was a Russian composer of the Romantic era.
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Although not a member of the group of Russian composers usually known in English-speaking countries as 'The Five', his music has come to be known and loved for its distinctly Russian character as well as for its rich harmonies and stirring melodies. His works, however, were much more western than those of his Russian contemporaries as he effectively used international elements in addition to national folk melodies.
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was born on April 25, 1840 (Julian calendar) or May 7 (Gregorian calendar) in Votkinsk, a small town in present-day Udmurtia (at the time the Vyatka Guberniya under Imperial Russia). He was the son of Ilya Petrovich Tchaikovsky, a mining engineer in the government mines, and the second of his three wives, Alexandra Andreyevna Assier, a Russian woman of French ancestry. He was the older brother (by some ten years) of the dramatist, librettist, and translator Modest Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Peter Tchaikovsky Discography Updated January 2007 Peter Tchaikovsky Albums
Peter Tchaikovsky Vinyl & Peter Tchaikovsky CDs: 1850s - 1870s
1857 -1860 Zemfira's Song (Pesn' Zemfiri ), for voice &
1857 Mezza notte ("Midnight"), song for voice
1857 My genius, my angel, my friend, song for voice &
1863 -1864 Andante ma non troppo in E minor, for string
1863 -1864 Andante molto in G major, for string quartet
1863 -1864 Theme & Variations, for piano in A minor
1863 Allegro, for piano in F minor (fragment)
1864 Adagio molto, for harp & string quartet in E flat
1864 Adagio, for 4 horns in C major
1864 Adagio, for wind octet in F major
1864 Agitato and allegro, for small orchestra in E minor
1864 Allegretto, for string quartet in E major
1864 Allegro ma non tanto, for strings in G major
1864 Allegro moderato, for sting trio in D major
1864 Allegro vivace, for string quartet in B flat major
1864 Allegro vivo, for small orchestra in E major
1864 Allegro, for piano & string quartet in C minor
1864 Andante ma non troppo, for small orchestra in A major
1864 At Bedtime, for chorus or chorus & orchestra
1864 Boris Godunov (fountain scene), incidental music (most
1864 Concert Piece, for 2 flutes & strings in D major
1864 Prelude (Andante ma non troppo), for string quartet
in E major
1864 The Storm, overture for orchestra, Op. 76
1865 Characteristic Dances, for orchestra
1865 Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op. post. 80
1865 String quartet, in B flat (in 1 movement)
1866 Concert Overture, for orchestra in C minor
1866 Festival Overture on the Danish National Hymn, for
orchestra in D major, Op. 15
1866 Ode to Joy (Kradosti), cantata for soprano, alto, teno,
bass, chorus, & orchestra
1866 Overture, for small (or large) orchestra in F major
1866 Symphony No. 1 in G Minor,"Winter Dreams",
1867 Chant sans paroles ("Song without words",
from "Souvenir de Hapsal"), for piano, Op. 2/3
1867 Dmitri the pretender & Vasily Shuysky, incidental
1867 Pieces (2) for piano, Op. 1
1867 Souvenir de Hapsal, for piano, Op. 2
1868 Potpourri on themes from the opera Voyevoda, for piano
1868 Romance, for piano in F Minor, Op. 5
1868 Valse-caprice, for piano in D major, Op. 4
1869 A tear trembles, song for voice & piano, Op. 6/4
1869 Both painfully and sweetly, song for voice & piano,
1869 Do not believe my friend, song for voice & piano,
1869 Fatum, symphonic poem for orchestra, Op. post. 77
1869 None but the lonely heart, song for voice & piano,
1869 Not a word, O my friend, song for voice & piano,
1869 Russian Folk Songs (50), for piano, 4 hands
1869 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 6
1869 The Voyevoda, opera, Op. 3 (Tchaikovsky destroyed;
3 pieces reconstructed by Lamm)
1869 Undine, opera (part destroyed)
1869 Why?, song for voice & piano, Op. 6/5
Peter Tchaikovsky Records and Peter Tchaikovsky CD Releases: 1870s - 1885
1870 Capriccio for piano in G flat major, Op. 8
1870 Chorus of Flowers and Insects for children's chorus,
chorus & orchestra (from the projected opera "Mandragora")
1870 Morceaux (3) for piano, Op. 9
1870 Nature & Love, for 2 sopranos, alto, female chorus
1870 So soon forgotten (L'oublié), song for voice
1870 The Life Guardsman, opera (unfinished)
1870 To forget so soon (Zabyt' tak skoro), song for voice
1870 Valse-scherzo, for piano in A major, Op. 7
1871 Morceaux (2) for piano (or piano & violin), Op.
1871 String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 11
1872 Accept just once, song for voice & piano, Op. 16/3
1872 Cantata for the opening of the Polytechnic Exhibition
in Moscow, for tenor, chorus & orchestra
1872 Cradle song, song for voice & piano, Op. 16/1
1872 In dark hell, song for voice & piano, Op. 16/6
1872 O Sing That Song, song for voice & piano, Op. 16/4
1872 Serenade (for Nikolai Rubinstein's name-day), for small
orchestra in D major
1872 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 16
1872 Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 17 "Little Russian",
1872 The Oprichnik, opera
1872 Thy radiant image, song for voice & piano, Op.
1872 Wait!, song for voice & piano, Op. 16/2
1873 Blue eyes of spring, song for voice & piano
1873 Morceaux (6) composés sur un seul thème,
for piano, Op. 21
1873 Morceaux (6) for piano, Op. 19
1873 Nocturne, for cello & small orchestra (or piano)
in D minor, Op. 19/4
1873 Take my heart away, song for voice & piano
1873 The Snow Maiden, incidental music, Op. 12
1873 The Tempest, fantasy-overture for orchestra in F minor,
1874 -1875 As They Kept on Saying 'Fool', song for voice
& piano, Op. 25/6
1874 -1875 I never spoke to her, song for voice & piano,
1874 -1875 Over Burning Ashes, song for voice & piano,
1874 -1875 Reconciliation, song for voice & piano, Op.
1874 -1875 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 25
1874 -1875 The Canary, song for voice & piano, Op. 25/4
1874 Piano Concerto No. 1, for piano & orchestra (or
2 pianos) in B flat minor, Op. 23
1874 String Quartet No. 2 in F major, Op. 22
1874 Vakula the Smith, opera, Op. 14 (original version of
1875 -1876 The Seasons, for piano, Op. 37
1875 -1876 The Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20
1875 -1876 The Swan Lake, suite, Op. 20a
1875 At bedtime, song for voice & piano, Op. 27/1
1875 Cantata in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Osip
Petrov, for tenor, chorus & orchestra
1875 Do not leave me, song for voice & piano, Op. 27/3
1875 Evening, song for voice & piano, Op. 27/4
1875 He loved me so much, song for voice & piano, Op.
1875 I should like in a single word, song for voice &
1875 Look, yonder cloud, song for voice & piano, Op.
1875 Mignon's Song, song for voice and piano, Op. 25/3
1875 My spoiled darling, song for voice & piano, Op.
1875 No, I shall never tell, song for voice & piano,
1875 Sérénade mélancolique, for violin
& orchestra (or piano) in B minor, Op. 26
1875 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 27
1875 Symphony No. 3 in D major ("Polish"), Op.29
1875 The Corals, song for voice & piano, Op. 28/2
1875 The fearful moment, song for voice & piano, Op.
1875 Was it the mother who bore me, song for voice &
1875 We have not far to walk, song for voice & piano
1875 Why did I dream of you? for voice & piano, Op.
18754 No answer, or word, or greeting, song for voice &
piano, Op. 28/5
1876 Francesca da Rimini, symphonic fantasy for orchestra
in E minor, Op. 32
1876 Slavonic March, for orchestra, Op. 31
1876 String Quartet No. 3 in E flat minor, Op. 30
1876 The underdog, musical song-joke
1876 Variations on a Rococo Theme, for cello & orchestra
(or cello & piano) in A major, Op. 33
1877 -1878 Eugene Onegin, opera, Op. 24
1877 Valse-scherzo, for violin & orchestra (or violin
& piano) in C major, Op. 34
1878 Amid the noise of the ball, song for voice and piano,
1878 Chanson triste, for piano (Pieces (12) of Moderate
Difficulty), Op. 40/2
1878 Chant sans paroles (Song without words) for piano in
A minor (Pieces (12) of Moderate Difficulty), Op. 40/6
1878 Children's Album: 24 Easy Pieces, for piano, Op. 39
1878 Don Juan's Serenade, song for voice & piano, Op.
1878 Douze morceaux (difficulté moyenne), pieces
(12) for piano, Op. 40
1878 It was in early spring (At the ball), song for voice
& piano, Op. 38/2
1878 Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, for chorus, Op. 41
1878 March for the Volunteer Fleet, for piano in C major
1878 O, if only you could for a moment, song for voice &
piano, Op. 38/4
1878 Piano Sonata in G major, Op. 37
1878 Pimpinella (The Florence Song), for voice & piano,
1878 Russian Dance, for piano in A minor, (Pieces (12) of
Moderate Difficulty), Op. 40/10
1878 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op. 38
1878 Souvenir d'un lieu cher, for violin & piano (or
orchestra), Op. 42
1878 Suite No. 1 for orchestra in D minor, Op. 43
1878 Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36
1878 The love of a dead man, song for voice & piano,
1878 Violin Concerto, for violin & orchestra (or violin
& piano) in D major, Op. 35
1878 Waltz, for piano in A flat major (Pieces (12) of Moderate
Difficulty), Op. 40/8
1879 Maid of Orléans, The (Jeanne d'Arc), opera in
1880 1812 -- Festival Overture, for orchestra in E flat
major, Op.. 49
1880 Capriccio Italien, for orchestra (or piano, 4 hands),
1880 Dawn, for soprano, mezzo-soprano & piano, Op. 46/6
1880 Does the day reign?, song for voice & piano, Op.
1880 Duets (6) for 2 voices & piano, Op. 46
1880 Dusk fell on the earth, song for voice & piano,
1880 Evening, duet for soprano, mezzo-soprano & piano,
1880 I bless you, forests ("The Pilgrim's Song"),
song for voice & piano, Op. 47/5
1880 If I only had known, song for voice & piano, Op.
1880 In the garden, near the ford, for soprano, mezzo-soprano
& piano, Op. 46/4
1880 Passion Spent, duet for soprano, tenor & piano,
1880 Piano Concerto No. 2, for piano & orchestra (or
2 pianos) in G major, Op. 44
1880 Romeo and Juliet, fantasy-overture for orchestra in
B minor (3 versions)
1880 Scottish Ballad, duet for soprano, baritone & piano,
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