TCHAIKOVSKY’S EARLY WORKS
His early works were well made not memorable.” Anton Rubinstein was demanding and critical, and when Tchaikovsky graduated two years later he was still somewhat frightened Anton’s harshness. In 1866 Nikolai Rubinstein invited Tchaikovsky Moscow Russia to live with him and also for the Moscow conservatory professor of composition which was just establish. The musical poems of the Fatum and Romeo Juliet his fist works to provide him o be famous. Romeo and Juliet remade with Mily Balakirev’s help in 1870 and again after ten years. “During the 1870s and later, there was considerable communication between Tchaikovsky and the Rubinstein on the one hand and the members of the “Mighty Five” Russian composers—Balakirev, Aleksandra Borodin (1834–1887), Modest Mussorgsky (1839–1881), Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844–1908), and César Cui”. At that time, he taught, composed, wrote critical essays and conducted. And at 1875, he wrote the piano concerto no.1 which is the most know universally and loved work. And then the other famous and popular work is one of the Tchaikovsky’s ballet is Swan Lake. The ballet is very successful work.