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Album: George Balanchine's The Nutcracker (Music from the Original Soundtrack)

Artist: David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 23

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 Rhino Entertainment

Tracklist For George Balanchine's The Nutcracker (Music from the Original Soundtrack) By Artist David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra

Title Artist Time
1
Nutcracker: Overture David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 3:09 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Marie and F David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 3:32 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: March David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:31 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Father-Daug David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:25 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Gifts / Her David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 5:48 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Herr Drosse David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 4:54 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Grandfather David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:17 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Guest's Dep David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:43 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Marie's Dre David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 4:24 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: The Battle David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 3:28 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Nutcracker David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 3:27 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act I: Waltz of th David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 6:00 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Sugarplum David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:12 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Hot Chocol David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:08 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Coffee David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:40 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Tea David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:01 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Candy Cane David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:11 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Marzipan David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:19 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Mother Gin David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 2:40 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Waltz of t David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 5:57 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Sugarplum David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 5:25 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Sugarplum David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 1:21 USD Album Only
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Nutracker - Act II: Finale David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra 4:47 USD Album Only

Reviews For George Balanchine's The Nutcracker (Music from the Original Soundtrack) By Artist David Zinman & New York City Ballet Orchestra

  • Spell check please!

    1
    By ds93
    Nutracker on tracks 2-23. That should not happen with the NYCB orchestra. Come on.
  • Beautiful

    5
    By Emily 72020
    This is the most beautiful music🎄 🎀⛸
  • Act II Opening???

    4
    By aab786
    I would give it a 5/5, but it's missing the opening piece for Act II!!! Other than that I love it!
  • Angels are the best part

    2
    By xcav
    If the angel part is missing, check out David Maninov & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's "The Nutcracker" (Complete Ballet Score). This has the angel part, which, to a mom-of-an-angel in the ballet, is the best part!
  • Angels?

    2
    By Pink Ballarina
    The angels music is missing. I had the part as an angel for 2 years. I can't believe it's missing:(
  • To iluvdavey

    5
    By almoss
    The pas de trois with the masks and opera is not part of ballanchine's version. That was a production of the pacific northwest ballet in Seattle ...
  • me likey !! but....

    5
    By chememily
    I really really love this album. I've been watching George Balanchine's original TV broadcast on tape since is was little. But, i can't find my favorite part anywhere.... there's a part where there's a group of 4 people dancing with these masks they hold on sticks, and there's an opera singer in the background..... and i love that song... that was my favorite part of the whole broadcast.... and i can't find it anywhere. i recently found out that that's not in the original peice that Tchaickovsky wrote.... but shouldn't it be in Balanchine's soundtrack??.... i really don't know where to find it... and some help would be greatly appreciated.....
  • Okay...but

    3
    By Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
    Yes I was very happy to find the version that my sister and I used to listen to, on iTunes. We love the Nutcracker, and my sister has appeared in the Nutcracker with the Sacramento Ballet (the Ballet company in our city) almost every single year since she was about 8. So I've grown up loving this music, and every Christmas we go to see it and afterwards my sister tries teaching me her dances. Now, I was very happy to find this album, since it is the one that I am used to, but I can't buy singles? I have most of the songs, but there are a few that are missing and I was hoping to be able to buy just the ones that I needed! I really hate the whole 'album only' thing that iTunes has going because all it does is make people more upset.
  • What an album!

    5
    By natalieisthebest
    For all of the ballet adicts out there- and even just the audience members that fell in love with it, too- the Nutcracker Ballet music is the perfect holiday choreography music, or just for enjoyment. Two thumbs up!
  • great..but...

    4
    By Dancin'InDa'Rain
    i luv that this album is complete. definatley great for any dancer (such as me). but the soundtrack seems very quiet......(?)

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