Petrushka

Some articles on petrushka:

List Of Gunslinger Girl Characters - Child Cyborg Assassins - Second Generation
... Petrushka (ペトルーシュカ, Petorūshuka?) Elizaveta Baranovskaya (エリザヴェート・バラノフスカヤ, Erizaveto Baranofusukaya?) (Russian Елизавета Барановская) was a Russian ... Renamed Petrushka (after the Russian puppet of the same name) by her handler Alessandro Ricci, she underwent plastic surgery as part of her new life ... for the first-generation cyborgs (Henrietta, Rico, Triela etc.), so Petrushka became the prototype for the second-generation, who, ironically, are shown to be in their mid-to-late ...
Petrouchka - Story
... rises on a tiny theater, as the Charlatan introduces the inert, lifeless puppet figures of Petrushka, a Ballerina and a Moor ... The second scene, after the performance, is set in Petrushka's Cell 'inside' the little theatre ... With a resounding crash, the Charlatan kicks Petrushka into this barren cell ...
Petrushka Chord - Petrushka and Origin
... in 1901, ten years before Stravinsky composed Petrushka (1911), suggesting that Stravinsky may have learned the trick from Ravel ... Stravinsky used the chord repeatedly throughout the ballet Petrushka to represent the puppet and devised the chord to represent the puppet's mocking of the crowd at the Shrovetide Fair ... Eric Walter White suggests and dismisses the possibility that the Petrushka chord is derived from Messiaen's "second Modes of limited transposition" (the ...
Petrouchka - Sections
... Russian Dance Part II Petrushka's Cell I ... Petrushka's Cell Part III The Moor's Room I ... The Scuffle The Moor and Petrushka VIII ...
Petrushka Chord
... The Petrushka chord is a recurring polytonic device used in Igor Stravinsky's ballet Petrushka and in later music ...