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Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition

Next, we find ourselves in a much different scene. Amid teasing and taunting, we hear the calm voice of the nurses who look after the children.


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The harmony slips into Jewish modes, such as the Phrygian dominant scale. As the movement progresses, the two portraits interlock, as if in conversation. One of the most distinctive voices in this movement is a piercing, obsessively-repeating statement in the trumpet.

Baba Yaga is a Russian folktale involving a ferocious, supernatural creature with the face of a deformed woman. Her hut, deep in the woods stands on chicken legs. Hartmann drew a design for a clock based on the hut.

Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition

The second theme intones a Russian Orthodox chant. Our experience of the piece can change dramatically through these other versions.

Thank you for bringing this up, Kathy. I was familiar with the synthesizer arrangement by Isao Tomita, but not the ones you mention. If you want to try it sometime, here it is.

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No omissions or other simplifications have been made to the musical content. Directors are encouraged to use one player per part for the saxophones, trumpets, trombones, euphonium, and tubas.