Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique, Symphony No. 6 – 3rd Movement
On this selection from Elegy, Keith Emerson is at his best, rocking out on the Hammond organ.
Elegy is a live album that was released in 1971. The recording features Keith Emerson with The Nice.
Elegy has been called the best album by The Nice. The tunes showcase Emerson on piano and Hammond organ, and capture the talents & energy of the group playing live.
The Nice were an English progressive rock band active from 1967-1970. They blended rock, jazz and classical music and were Keith Emerson’s first commercially successful band.
Members of The Nice
In 1970, Keith Emerson moved on from The Nice to form the supergroup Emerson Lake and Palmer (ELP).
ELP on Comfortably Numm.
Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique, Symphony No. 6 – 3rd Movement – Keith Emerson with The Nice, from the album Elegy
Elegy (full album) – Keith Emerson with The Nice
Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique, Symphony No. 6 – 3rd Movement – Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio, Paris