Jean-Philippe Collard performs Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, the composer's most famous work. Mussorgsky based his composition on works of befriended architect and artist Viktor Hartmann. Each of the work’s ten movements represent a painting by Hartmann. The movements are interspersed with a Promenade. A theme that recurs four times after it is first played at the opening of the suite. The Promenade’s represent the visitor of the exhibition, strolling from one painting to another. Let Collard take you to the exhibition through this brilliant performance.