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1-10 of 41 videos of music composed by Igor Stravinsky

Maarten Bon plays Piano Rag Music from Igor Stravinsky
Maarten Bon plays Piano Rag Music from Igor Stravinsky My father, pianist, composer and arranger Maarten Bon (1933-2003) plays his most favorite pianopiece. I hope that we will remember him by this video I made. Allard Bon, The Netherlands
Ave Maria - Igor Stravinsky
Ave Maria - Igor Stravinsky Ouachita High performs Stravinsky's Ave Maria.
The 5 Browns
The 5 Browns These Are some of the Amazing press Shows The 5 Browns have done. This video shows spectacular footage of some of the magazine and TV show appearances they did during there 1st CD release, naming a few, J-Lino, Oprah And 60 Minutes! There second CD titled, No Boundaries which came April 4th 2006 was even more successful with an amazing 21 weeks at Number 1 on the classical Billboard charts! Make sure to check it out!
Stravinsky - Petrushka (1947) - Part III: The Moor's Room - Tito Mu
Stravinsky - Petrushka (1947) - Part III: The Moor's Room - Tito Mu Igor Stravinsky Petrushka (1947) Part III: The Moor's Room -The Moor's Room -Dance of the Ballerina -Waltz - The Ballerina & the Moor NEC Philharmonia Tito Muñoz, conductor October 6, 2010 Jordan Hall - New England Conservatory Boston, MA
Stravinsky - Rite of Spring Part 1 (MIDI/MAM)
Stravinsky - Rite of Spring Part 1 (MIDI/MAM) I continue to be puzzled at the controversial "popularity" of this innocent little vid lol. This is nowhere near as TRANSGRESSIVE as my guitar arrangements nor as educational as my analysis vids...please check those out if you get a chance, they are my REAL videos, this is just a fun little experiment.... Guitar arrangements of classical music vids: lvbandmore.blogspot.com Color-coded Analysis vids (classical music visually explained): lvbandmore.blogspot.com 8-Bit Version of RITE: www.youtube.com Rock Version of RITE: www.youtube.com MIDI sequenced by Galimberti. MAM player coded by S. Malinowski. Edited with CamStudio, Virtualdub, Adobe Audition (the video is a bit choppy because of the capture software, not the MAM player). I spent zero time on the MIDI sounds, this is just for analysis purposes.
Igor Stravinsky: Symphonies Of Wind Instruments (1920)
Igor Stravinsky: Symphonies Of Wind Instruments (1920) Netherlands Wind Ensemble, Reinbert De Leeuw, conductor Igor Stravinsky's "Symphonies of Wind for Instruments", a piece he composed in 1920 in memory of Claude Debussy. It is the last major work in his characteristic Russian style. He had just moved his family from Biarritz to Brittany, but spent much time in Paris composing. Gabrille Chanel let him use her house in the suburbs, and the Pleyel company let him use a studio in their piano warehouse. the famed conductor Serge Koussevitzky conducted one of the first performances of "Symphonies", rather disasterously, and Stravinsky later said "Koussevitzky executed the work, in firing-squad fashion". Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971): Symphonies of Wind Instruments at the end is a little clip of Robert Craft speaking of the letter he wrote to Stravinsky concerning "Symphonies"
Itzhak Perlman: Chanson russe for Violin and Piano by Igor Stravinsk
Itzhak Perlman: Chanson russe for Violin and Piano by Igor Stravinsk One of the most beautiful performances of this part. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
Igor Stravinsky - "Preludium For Jazz Band"
Igor Stravinsky - "Preludium For Jazz Band" Something of an oddity in the composer's cannon, the Preludium was written between 1936-37 and, aside from the "Ebony Concerto", is the only piece Stravinsky wrote for a band. At this point he had abandoned most of the Russian folk influence that garnishes his earliest period, and eschewed orchestras in favour of smaller ensembles (usually wind). With his penchant for off-beat rhythms and lyricism, it's easy to see why Stravinsky may have been drawn to jazz. Django Reindhardt had popularized Gypsy Jazz only a few years before. Nontheless, this composition is entirely in Stravinsky's own style. The portrait, of course, is courteosy of the hand of Pablo Picasso.
Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring. Part 1
Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring. Part 1 Igor Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring. Part 1
Keeping Score: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring (VI)
Keeping Score: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring (VI) Keeping Score: Revolutions in Music- Igor Stavinsky's Rite of Spring. Unbelievably exciting piece!! Amazing documentary. Part 6
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