Waltz (P. Tchaikovsky). "Excelsior" Baltic International Accordion Quintet
May 7, 1840, was born Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, a great Russian composer. For accordionists great talent of the composer is significant by the fact that Tchaikovsky was the first classical composers included the accordion in the stuff of symphonic scores of his work. In 1883 he completed the score of the Suite for orchestra No. 2 in C major, the second part (Scherzo burlesque) where in the score by Tchaikovsky himself indicated the Accordeons (harmonica). And so the modern accordionists are grateful to the great composer for the respect shown to their instrument.
Waltz from Serenade for string orchestra in C major takes the Baltic international accordion quintet "Excelsior".