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Stravinsky: Le sacre du printemps; Petrushka album mp3
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    Stravinsky: Le sacre du printemps; Petrushka
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Free download and listen Stravinsky: Petrushka & Le sacre du printemps. Tracks count: 6. Views: 0. Игорь Фёдорович Стравинский, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Zdenek Kosler - Petrushka: II. Petrushka at Home 04:31.

Stravinsky: Petrushka & Le sacre du printemps. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Petrushka: Petrushka: Petrushka: Petrushka: Tableau 1, The Shrovetide Fair (Revised Version, 1947). I have heard dozens of recordings of Le Sacre Du Printemps, The Firebird, and Petrushka, and I feel that these vintage recordings from the 1960s are some of the best. Here we have Stravinsky conducting his own music, something that is truly special. I happen to prefer these versions of Le Sacre Du Printemps and Petrushka. They are played at a faster tempo, and are more rhythmic and exciting. Stravinsky does not make the music romantic (by any means!)

Stravinsky, Dorati, Detroit Symphony Orchestra ‎– Le Sacre Du Printemps, Petrushka. Recording location: United Artists Auditorium, Detroit, June 1980 (Petrushka) and May 1981 (Le Sacre Du Printemps). P) 1981, 1982 The Decca Record Company Limited, London. Tableau I: The Shrovetide Fair. Tableau II: In Petrushka's Room. Tableau III: In The Moor's Room. Tableau IV: The Shrovetide Fair (Evening). Le Sacre Du Printemps. Part I: The Adoration Of The Earth. Part II: The Sacrifice.

In his attempt to continue to represent his fascination with Slavic folklore, Igor Stravinsky premiered his third successive ballet, Le Sacre du printemps (more commonly referred by its English translation The Rite of Spring ) in the late spring of 1913. Like The Firebird and Petrushka ballets before it, Rite is founded upon the neoclassical terrain that was still fairly early in formation during the early part of the 20th century.