Part I: Introduction. Part II: The Sources, Sketches and Tables. Facsimiles of the sources and sketches. Two appendices. Bibliography. This book contains facsimiles of a variety of sources of music by Pergolesi which Stravinsky used to create his Pulcinella, as well as some of his own sketches.
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Contents: Violin Concerto -- Pulcinella Suite -- jeu de cartes -- Movements. With David Oistrakh, violin; Margrit Weber, piano; the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Orchestre Lamoureux; Philharmonia Orchestra; and RIAS Sinfonieorchester.
Philharmonia Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Robert Craft, conductor. Diane Montague, mezzo-soprano; Robin Leggate, tenor; Mark Beesley, bass.
Two works recorded in 2007 at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna. Various artists.
Also: Scherzo Fantastique, Op. 3. Gerard Scharwz conducts the Seattle Symphony.
An annotated collection of piano pieces by Stravinsky. Contents: Les Cinq Doigts, Nos. 4 and 8 -- The Firebird Suite, Berceuse and Finale -- L'histoire du Soldat No. 3, Marche royale -- Piano-Rag-Music -- Pulcinella, Scherzino -- Renard, Marche -- Waltz, from Three Easy Pieces. With a short…
Joshua Wellerstein conducts the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne. Hybrid SACD.
Masaaki Suzuki conducts the Tapiola Sinfonietta. Hybrid SACD.
Contains: Pulcinella Suite (revised 1949 version) -- Apollon Musagète (revised 1947 version) -- Le Baiser de la Fée (revised 1950 version). With preface by Malcolm MacDonald.
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The Five Fingers - Eight Easy Pieces for solo piano. Stravinsky completed the eight easy piano miniatures of Les Cing Doigts in 1921. The melody of each piece is based on a different five-note series, the five fingers of the right hand remain in nearly the same position throughout each piece. The…
After themes, fragments and pieces by Giambattista Pergolesi. Composed in 1925 - an arrangement in 5 movements from the ballet Pulcinella. Premiered in Frankfurt in November 1925, with violinist Alma Moodie and the composer at the piano. Duration: ca. 14 minutes. Preface.