Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in popular media
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This article lists appearances of the composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in popular media (e.g. films, drama music or otherwise).
- Es war eine rauschende Ballnacht (1939, Germany; released in the US as "It Was a Gay Ballnight"; and on re-release as The Life and Loves of Tschaikovsky)
- Tchaikovsky was played by Hans Stüwe
- Heavenly Music (1943)
- None but the Lonely Heart (1944, USA)
- Carnegie Hall (1947)
- Tchaikovsky was played by Alfonso D'Artega
- Song of My Heart (1948, US).
- Tchaikovsky (1969, Russia)
- The Music Lovers (1970, UK)
Films featuring Tchaikovsky's Music
- Fantasia (1940, United States)
- Directed by Samuel Armstrong, James Algar, Bill Roberts, Paul Satterfield, et al.
- Story by Joe Grant, Dick Huemer
- Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite
- IMDB link
- Together (2002, China)
- V For Vendetta (2006, Canada)
- The Concert (2009, France)
- The Peter Tchaikovsky Story (episode of Disneyland, 1959)
- Tchaikovsky was played by Rex Hill as a boy and Grant Williams as a man
- Pride or Prejudice (1993, UK)
- BBC documentary
- Various theories investigated regarding Tchaikovsky's death
- Great Composers – Tchaikovsky (1997)
- The voice of Tchaikovsky was provided by Sir Ian McKellen
- Tchaikovsky (2007, UK)
- Two-part docudrama on the composer's life
- Episode 1: Tchaikovsky: The Creation of Genius (2007, UK)
- Episode 2: Tchaikovsky: Fortune and Tragedy (2007, UK)
- Tchaikovsky was played by Ed Stoppard
- Part of BBC concept The Tchaikovsky Experience which consisted of several television and radio broadcasts of works by Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky, as well as programs about St. Petersburg and Moscow.
- Shameful Vice
- Opera by English composer Michael Finnissy
- Libretto focuses on Tchaikovsky's last days and death
- All Over The World
- Song by British electronic pop group Pet Shop Boys
- Contains uncredited sample of Tchaikovsky
- Let There Be Rock
- Rock song by AC/DC
- References Tchaikovsky's influence on popular music.
- Hip Hop song by CunninLynguists
- Contains sample of Tchaikovskys Violin Concerto in D Op 35 - 1. Allegro Moderato.