Stravinsky

Some articles on stravinsky:

Samuel Dushkin
... Dushkin cooperated closely with Igor Stravinsky in the composition of the latter's first work for the violin, the Violin Concerto ... the debut Vox recording (VLP 6340) with Stravinsky conducting Lamoureux Orchestra ... Stravinsky also composed his Duo Concertante and his Divertimento, both for violin and piano, to play with Dushkin in concert tours ...
Cantata (Stravinsky)
... The Cantata by Igor Stravinsky is a work for soprano, tenor, female choir, and instrumental ensemble (of two flutes, oboe, cor anglais (doubling second ... Symphony Society (to whom the work is dedicated), conducted by Stravinsky himself ... After completing the opera The Rake's Progress, Stravinsky felt the urge to compose another work setting English words, but in a non-dramatic form (White 1979, 468 ...
Agon (ballet)
... Choreographed by George Balanchine Composed by Igor Stravinsky Date of premiere December 1, 1957 Place of premiere City Center of Music and Drama, New York Original ballet company New York City ... long gestation period covers an interesting juncture in Stravinsky's composing career, in which he moved from a diatonic musical language to one based on ... danced as part of City Ballet's 1982 Stravinsky Centennial Celebration ...
Le Chant Du Rossignol - Movement With Music
... Stravinsky was always specific about the use of movement with music ... choreographer who began working with Stravinsky for the revival of Le Chant du Rossignol ... when Diaghilev asked me to stage Stravinsky's ballet Le Chant du Rossignol, I was able to do it quickly," Balanchine is quoted as saying ...
Stravinsky (disambiguation)
... Stravinsky can refer to Fyodor Stravinsky (1843-1902), Russian operatic bass (father of Igor) Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), Russian-born composer Marius Stravinsky (born 1979), British conductor Povilas ...

More definitions of "Stravinsky":

  • (noun): The music of Stravinsky.
    Example: "Stravinsky no longer causes riots in the streets"