An Episode in the Life of the Artist Opus 14, usually referred to by its subtitle Symphonie fantastique (Fantastic Symphony) .
The symphony written in 1830. It is widely regarded as one of the most important and representative pieces of the early Romantic period, and is still very popular with symphonic audiences worldwide. The first performance took place at the Paris Conservatoire in December 1830. The work was repeatedly revised between 1831 and 1845.
Collection: Talents of Russia Subcollection: Russian Choir Shool Pushkin's garland. Concerto for Choir on verses by Alexander Pushkin
Concerti to the memory of A. A. Yurlov
Four choral pieces of the music to A. K. Tolstoy's drama "Tsar Fyodor Ivannovich"
Accompanied by the "Rustavi" Male Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble and the
ensemble of soloists of the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the USSR,
conductor O. Taktakishvili, Recorded on May 4, 1974 at the Grand Hall of the