Polovtsian Dances 2 - Borodin Ringtone

Polovtsian Dances 2 - Borodin
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Alexander Borodin - Polovtsian Dances performed by Davis High School Symphony Orchestra
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Alexander Borodin was a self-described “Sunday composer”: a scientist by day, he wrote music in his free time. Due to the fact that his whole life he was engaged in chemistry and medicine, he did not have much time to write music. His primary works include his Second Symphony, a handful of songs, a particularly notable String Quartet (the Second) and his opera Prince Igor, for which he wrote both the music and the libretto. Borodin worked on the opera for some two decades, but left it unfinished at his death in 1887. After the death of their friend and colleague Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Alexander Glazunov finished work on the opera "Prince Igor", which included the famous Polovtsian dances.

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