July 13, 2010 Peter

Scheherazade by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Performed By The Moscow Symphony

As some of you may know I went to UNC-G on a music scholarship with my principle instrument being percussion. Well, one of the best semesters was when I played Scheherazade in the orchestra. Rimsky-Korsakov must not have been a percussionist because I think his rule was, when in doubt, double it. I didn’t play the ballet but I thought it would be good to let you see what it looked like. To get the full story of Scheherazade click here

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