Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Russian composer who lived 1840–1893.

Noted for his highly original compositions, he wrote numerous ballets as well as symphonies.

His most famous works include

The Swan Lake Ballet
The Nutcracker Ballet
1812 Overture
The Romeo & Juliet Symphony

"The Nutcracker" is possibly the most famous and most-performed ballet of the world, and has come to be a Christmas tradition by many internationally.

Tchaikovsky lies amongst the "Big Four" of the greatest classical composers the world has ever seen, with Bach Beethoven and Mozart
Tchaikovsky is a tricky name to spell.
Por moltovivace 23 de febrero de 2005
the only winner in the war of 1812
A: So who won the war of 1812?
B: Tchaikovsky
Por K4lam1ty 12 de abril de 2007
the act of cracking or severely injuring one's testicles.

(in relation to 'the nutcracker'' composed by mr tchaikovsky)
on making his escape from the 5.0, pete jumped over the fence but gave himeslf a tchaikovsky in the process
Por bustedblista 01 de agosto de 2009
Rhyming slang for "fuck off-ski"
Mate 1: "This place blows"
Mate 2: "Yeah let's Tchaikovsky"
-- Finish beer and leave shitdive pub
Por Jazzz 30 de diciembre de 2007

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