- Performer:Eliahu Inbal
- Title:Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4; Symphonic Ballad "Woyevoda"
- Date of release:1993
- Size FLAC version1969 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1722 megabytes
- Size WMA version1179 megabytes
- Formats:XM DTS RA AC3 AAC VOC
Israeli conductor Eliahu Inbal has become known to many worldwide for both his concert performances and his numerous recordings. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4; Symphonic Ballad "Woyevoda".
Tchaikovsky's symphonic ballad The Voyevoda is the least familiar amongst his series of free-standing descriptive orchestral works. It is also the shortest, by a margin of some five or six minutes, and although the conciseness of its two principal thematic groups and its resourceful orchestration have attracted interest from scholars and musicologists, The Voyevoda is hardly ever performed in public. Tchaikovsky began to sketch out the work in the latter part of 1890, and completed the score in the following year.