b'(F Minor and G Minor), symbolizing the many dualities of Gandhi, the devout Hindu killed for being too accommodating to Muslims, the icon beloved by billions who occasionally had tense relations with his own family, the inspiring anti-racist too often condemned by modern leftists who ignore his repudiation of his early racist comments, the man who lived for his countrys independence but only saw it in the final five months of his life, the proud Gujarati whose legacy of peace has inspired the world.William HarveyInstrumentationtwo flutes and piccolo, oboe and English horn, clarinet tiontwo flutes and piccolo, oboe and English horn, clarinetand bass clarinet, bassoon and contrabassoon, three horns, three trumpets, ee trumpets,two trombones, tuba, timpani, per cussion, tabla, sitar, harp, strings, and two trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion, tabla, harp, strings, solo violin, and optional sitar, sarangi, and dilrubasolo violinDuration30 minutesPyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 PathtiqueComposed 1893Symphony No. 6 is Tchaikovskys most debated piece and is still being discussed over 100 years after its composition. Tchaikovsky himself added Pathtique to the symphonys title page, but declined to leave a programmatic text to accompany it, preferring to have audiences guess at it. Many academics and critics believe it is a statement of forbidden love. Biographer John Warrack states, The Russian word.carries more feeling of passionate or emotional in it than the English pathetic, and perhaps an overtone, which has largely vanished from our world.of suffering.The first movement, Adagio-Allegro non troppo, begins with a gloomy bassoon solo stating the movements primary theme. This is followed by an aggressive burst by the strings restating the primary theme and followed by a continued'