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Igor Stravinsky "The Rite of Spring"
Igor Stravinsky "The Rite of Spring" Ballet Choreography: Maurice Béjart Wikipedia Links: 1) Igor Stravinsky en.wikipedia.org 2) The Rite of Spring en.wikipedia.org 3) Maurice Béjart en.wikipedia.org
Polovtsian Dances - Prince Igor - Natasha Morozova
Polovtsian Dances - Prince Igor - Natasha Morozova Polovtsian Dances - Prince Igor - Natasha Morozova
Igor Stravinsky - Elegy for Solo Viola (1944)
Igor Stravinsky - Elegy for Solo Viola (1944) Igor Stravinsky, Elegy for solo viola (1944) Played flawlessly by Miles Hoffman. (His channel is MilesHoffmanViola) This short 5-minute work remains to be Stravinsky's only contribution to viola literature. It has been said that world renowned violist William Primrose once proposed commissioning a viola concerto from Stravinsky, but Stravinsky was not interested in the project, so he went to Bartok instead who did agree to the offer. The Elegy was commissioned by Germain Prevost to honor the memory of Alphonse Onnou (1893-1940). Prevost, who was an extremely sentimental man, not only commissioned Stravinsky for this work, but also his friend Darius Milhaud, who wrote three works for viola and piano in memory of Onnou as well. Undoubtedly in the war torn year of 1944, in which this work was composed, there were many victims worthy of this somber token of remembrance. Thank you for 45000 views!
Igor Stravinsky conducts final of Firebird
Igor Stravinsky conducts final of Firebird Igor Stravinsky's visit to New Zealand in 1961, conducting the National Orchestra followed by Susan Maelki in rehearsal with the NZSO, 2006
Igor Stravinsky: Agon (1957)
Igor Stravinsky: Agon (1957) Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971): Agon, balletto per dodici danzatori (1957) -- Boston Symphony Orchestra diretta da Erich Leinsdorf -- I. Pas de quatre II. Double pas de quatre III. Triple pas de quatre IV. Prelude First pas de trois V. Sarabande-step VI. Gailliarde VII. Coda VIII. Interlude Second pas de trois IX. Bransle simple X. Bransle gay XI. Bransle double XII. Interlude XIII. Pas de deux XIV. Four duos XV. Four trios ---- The music published in our channel is exclusively dedicated to divulgation purposes and not commercial. This within a program shared to study classic educational music of the 1900's (mostly Italian) which involves thousands of people around the world. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to Youtube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly. Your collaboration will be appreciated.
Igor & David Oistrakh Bach sonata BWV 1067 1951 part 2
Igor & David Oistrakh Bach sonata BWV 1067 1951 part 2 This is a 1951 recording. Originally issued on the Russian Melodya label. A 45 RPM Dutch musical masterpiece society issue David Oistrakh, violin ; Igor Oistrakh, violin ; Vladimir Yampolsky, piano JS Bach_ Sonata for 2 Violins in C, BWV 1037 3-Largo 4-Gigue I de-clicked and eq-ed the record myself. For three years I have a website, where I post "out-of-copyright" (in the Netherlands) classical lp's and 78rpm's. It is updated every Friday: homepages.ipact.nl Enjoy!
Igor Stravinsky conducts The Firebird (L'Oiseau de Feu)
Igor Stravinsky conducts The Firebird (L'Oiseau de Feu) Watch the whole concert here: www.medici.tv Watch all our Igor Stravinsky videos here: www.medici.tv Igor Stravinsky the conductor conducts Stravinsky the composer, during a memorable farewell concert in London in 1965. In this video, an excerpt from The Firebird: Berceuse.
Igor Strawinsky - Der Feuervogel - Part IV
Igor Strawinsky - Der Feuervogel - Part IV Der Feuervogel, Suite (4. Teil) WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln Dirigent: Jukka-Pekka Saraste Der Feuervogel, Ballett in 2 Akten, Musik von Igor Strawinsky, szenische Handlung/Libretto von Michel Fokine. Bei der Musik zum Feuervogel handelt es sich um ein richtungweisendes Werk am Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Strawinsky fertigte später mehrere Fassungen für konzertante Aufführungen: - 1911 Suite Nr. 1 für Orchester - 1919 Suite Nr. 2 für Orchester - 1945 Ballettsuite für Orchester Die Handlung basiert auf 2 russischen Volksmärchen vom "guten Feuervogel" und vom "Unsterblichen Zauberer Kastschej". Im Garten des Zauberers Kastschej lebt der Feuervogel. Der junge Prinz Ivan fängt auf der Jagd diesen Vogel. Dieser bittet ihn um seine Freiheit und Prinz Ivan lässt ihn wieder frei. Als Dank dafür erhält Ivan eine Feder des Vogels, der magische Kräfte innewohnen. Im Garten des Zauberers Kastschej werden 13 Jungfrauen gefangen gehalten, darunter die Prinzessin, in welche Ivan unsterblich verliebt ist. Als er das Gartentor berührt, ertönt ein Glockenspiel. Daraufhin erscheint Kastschej mit seinen Dämonen um Ivan zu töten. Doch die Wunderfeder des Feuervogels schützt den Prinzen. Da erscheint der Feuervogel und lässt seine magische Musik erklingen, die die Dämonen zum Tanzen zwingt. Dann singt er ein Schlaflied und Kastschej und seine Helfer fallen in einen tiefen Schlaf. Der Feuervogel führt Ivan zu einer Höhle, in der ein Ei versteckt ist, das die Seele von Kastschej enthält. Der ...
Igor Stravinsky - Violin Concerto in D (1931) - I. Tocatta
Igor Stravinsky - Violin Concerto in D (1931) - I. Tocatta Violin Concerto in D (1931) by Igor Stravinsky I. Tocatta Eric Wuest, violin Valeria Morgovskaya, piano
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"
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