Igor Stravinsky Edition | Warner 9029514093

Igor Stravinsky Edition

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Cat No: 9029514093

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 23

Expected Release Date: 12th March 2021

Contents

Works

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Fugue in C minor for 2 pianos, K426

Stravinsky, Igor

Agon (ballet for twelve dancers)
Air du rossignol et Marche chinoise
Apollon musagete (1947 version)
Ave Maria
Capriccio for piano and orchestra
Chanson russe (arr. I Stravinsky and S Dushkin for violin and piano)
Circus Polka
Concertino for 12 instruments
Concertino for string quartet
Concerto for piano and wind instruments
Concerto for two pianos
Concerto in D major for strings, 'Basler'
Concerto in E flat major 'Dumbarton Oaks'
Credo
Danses concertantes
Double Canon 'In memoriam Raoul Dufy'
Duo concertant
Ebony Concerto
Elegy for solo viola
Etude for Pianola
Etudes (4), op.7
Etudes (4) for orchestra
Feu d'artifice (Fireworks), op.4
Greeting Prelude
Jeu de cartes (The Card Game)
Le Baiser de la fee (The Fairy's Kiss) (arr. Stravinsky and S Dushkin for violin and piano)
Le Baiser de la fee (The Fairy's Kiss)
Le Chant du Rossignol
Le Rossignol (The Nightingale)
Les Cing Doigts (The Five Fingers)
Les Noces (The Wedding)
Movements (5) for piano and orchestra
Norwegian Moods (4)
Octet for Wind Instruments
Oedipus Rex
Pastorale (arr. S Dushkin)
Pastorale
Persephone
Petrushka (1911 version)
Petrushka (1947 version)
Petrushka (arr. for 2 accordions)
Petrushka: 3 Movements for piano
Piano-Rag-Music
Piano Sonata (1924)
Piano Sonata in F sharp minor (1903-4)
Pieces (3) for solo clarinet
Pieces (3) for string quartet
Poemes (2) de Paul Verlaine
Pulcinella
Ragtime
Renard (The Fox)
Russian Peasant Songs (4)
Scherzo a la Russe
Scherzo fantastique, op.3
Scherzo
Serenade in A major
Souvenir d'une marche boche
Suite italienne 'Pulcinella' (version for cello and piano)
Suite italienne 'Pulcinella' (version for violin and piano)
Suite no.1
Suite no.2
Symphonies of wind instruments
Symphony in C major
Symphony in three movements
Symphony of Psalms
Tango (arr. for 2 accordions)
Tango
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu): Suite (arr. Agosti)
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu): Suite no.2 (1919)
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu)
The Rake's Progress
The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre du printemps) (piano duet)
The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre du printemps)
The Soldier's Tale (L'Histoire du Soldat)
Valse pour les enfants
Violin Concerto in D major

Artists

Martha Argerich (piano)
Michel Beroff (piano)
Ian Bostridge (tenor)
Grace Bumbry (mezzo-soprano)
Bruno Canino (piano)
Anne Collins (mezzo-soprano)
Michael Collins (clarinet )
Natalie Dessay (soprano)
Samuel Dushkin (violin)
Simon Estes (bass)
Anne Fournet (speaker)
Nelson Freire (piano)
Vsevolod Grivnov (tenor)
Jerry Hadley (tenor)
Gidon Kremer (violin)
Marjana Lipovsek (mezzo-soprano)
Robert Lloyd (bass)
Marie McLaughlin (mezzo-soprano)
Marcelle Meyer (piano)
Sabine Meyer (clarinet)
Maxime Mikhailov (bass)
Truls Mork (cello)
Marcel Moyse (flute)
Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano)
Laurent Naouri (baritone)
Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Itzhak Perlman (violin)
Samuel Ramey (baritone)
Beatrice Rana (piano)
Anthony Rolfe-Johnson (tenor)
Francois Le Roux (baritone)
Fazil Say (piano)
Albert (Schagidullin baritone)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Igor Stravinsky (piano)
Soulima Stravinsky (piano)
John Tomlinson (bass)
Dawn Upshaw (soprano)
Violeta Urmana (alto)
Maxim Vengerov (violin)
Lars Vogt (piano)
Tabea Zimmermann (viola)
Alban Berg Quartet
Quatuor Krettly
BBC Chorus
Choeur Alexis Vlassoff
Choeur de l’Opera de Lyon
Choeur de Radio-France
King’s College Choir, Cambridge
London Philharmonic Choir
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Bath Festival Orchestra
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Berliner Philharmoniker
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Ensemble intercontemporain
Grand Orchestre Symphonique (Straram)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Sinfonietta
London Symphony Orchestra
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
New York Philharmonic
Orchestre de l’Opera de Lyon
Orchestre de Paris
Orchestre National de France
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Orchestre Walther Straram
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
The Philadelphia Orchestra
Philharmonia Orchestra
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Conductors

Ernest Ansermet
Pierre Boulez
Stephen Cleobury
James Conlon
Charles Dutoit
Eliahu Inbal
Hiroyuki Iwaki
Mariss Jansons
Jacques Jouineau
Dmitri Kitajenko
Charles Mackerras
Neville Marriner
Zubin Mehta
Yehudi Menuhin
Riccardo Muti
Kent Nagano
John Nelson
Seiji Ozawa
Simon Rattle
Mstislav Rostropovich
Juka-Pekka Saraste
Igor Stravinsky
Andre Vandernoot
Franz Welser-Most

Works

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Fugue in C minor for 2 pianos, K426

Stravinsky, Igor

Agon (ballet for twelve dancers)
Air du rossignol et Marche chinoise
Apollon musagete (1947 version)
Ave Maria
Capriccio for piano and orchestra
Chanson russe (arr. I Stravinsky and S Dushkin for violin and piano)
Circus Polka
Concertino for 12 instruments
Concertino for string quartet
Concerto for piano and wind instruments
Concerto for two pianos
Concerto in D major for strings, 'Basler'
Concerto in E flat major 'Dumbarton Oaks'
Credo
Danses concertantes
Double Canon 'In memoriam Raoul Dufy'
Duo concertant
Ebony Concerto
Elegy for solo viola
Etude for Pianola
Etudes (4), op.7
Etudes (4) for orchestra
Feu d'artifice (Fireworks), op.4
Greeting Prelude
Jeu de cartes (The Card Game)
Le Baiser de la fee (The Fairy's Kiss) (arr. Stravinsky and S Dushkin for violin and piano)
Le Baiser de la fee (The Fairy's Kiss)
Le Chant du Rossignol
Le Rossignol (The Nightingale)
Les Cing Doigts (The Five Fingers)
Les Noces (The Wedding)
Movements (5) for piano and orchestra
Norwegian Moods (4)
Octet for Wind Instruments
Oedipus Rex
Pastorale (arr. S Dushkin)
Pastorale
Persephone
Petrushka (1911 version)
Petrushka (1947 version)
Petrushka (arr. for 2 accordions)
Petrushka: 3 Movements for piano
Piano-Rag-Music
Piano Sonata (1924)
Piano Sonata in F sharp minor (1903-4)
Pieces (3) for solo clarinet
Pieces (3) for string quartet
Poemes (2) de Paul Verlaine
Pulcinella
Ragtime
Renard (The Fox)
Russian Peasant Songs (4)
Scherzo a la Russe
Scherzo fantastique, op.3
Scherzo
Serenade in A major
Souvenir d'une marche boche
Suite italienne 'Pulcinella' (version for cello and piano)
Suite italienne 'Pulcinella' (version for violin and piano)
Suite no.1
Suite no.2
Symphonies of wind instruments
Symphony in C major
Symphony in three movements
Symphony of Psalms
Tango (arr. for 2 accordions)
Tango
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu): Suite (arr. Agosti)
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu): Suite no.2 (1919)
The Firebird (L'Oiseau de feu)
The Rake's Progress
The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre du printemps) (piano duet)
The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre du printemps)
The Soldier's Tale (L'Histoire du Soldat)
Valse pour les enfants
Violin Concerto in D major

Artists

Martha Argerich (piano)
Michel Beroff (piano)
Ian Bostridge (tenor)
Grace Bumbry (mezzo-soprano)
Bruno Canino (piano)
Anne Collins (mezzo-soprano)
Michael Collins (clarinet )
Natalie Dessay (soprano)
Samuel Dushkin (violin)
Simon Estes (bass)
Anne Fournet (speaker)
Nelson Freire (piano)
Vsevolod Grivnov (tenor)
Jerry Hadley (tenor)
Gidon Kremer (violin)
Marjana Lipovsek (mezzo-soprano)
Robert Lloyd (bass)
Marie McLaughlin (mezzo-soprano)
Marcelle Meyer (piano)
Sabine Meyer (clarinet)
Maxime Mikhailov (bass)
Truls Mork (cello)
Marcel Moyse (flute)
Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano)
Laurent Naouri (baritone)
Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Itzhak Perlman (violin)
Samuel Ramey (baritone)
Beatrice Rana (piano)
Anthony Rolfe-Johnson (tenor)
Francois Le Roux (baritone)
Fazil Say (piano)
Albert (Schagidullin baritone)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Igor Stravinsky (piano)
Soulima Stravinsky (piano)
John Tomlinson (bass)
Dawn Upshaw (soprano)
Violeta Urmana (alto)
Maxim Vengerov (violin)
Lars Vogt (piano)
Tabea Zimmermann (viola)
Alban Berg Quartet
Quatuor Krettly
BBC Chorus
Choeur Alexis Vlassoff
Choeur de l’Opera de Lyon
Choeur de Radio-France
King’s College Choir, Cambridge
London Philharmonic Choir
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Bath Festival Orchestra
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Berliner Philharmoniker
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Ensemble intercontemporain
Grand Orchestre Symphonique (Straram)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Sinfonietta
London Symphony Orchestra
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
New York Philharmonic
Orchestre de l’Opera de Lyon
Orchestre de Paris
Orchestre National de France
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Orchestre Walther Straram
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
The Philadelphia Orchestra
Philharmonia Orchestra
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Conductors

Ernest Ansermet
Pierre Boulez
Stephen Cleobury
James Conlon
Charles Dutoit
Eliahu Inbal
Hiroyuki Iwaki
Mariss Jansons
Jacques Jouineau
Dmitri Kitajenko
Charles Mackerras
Neville Marriner
Zubin Mehta
Yehudi Menuhin
Riccardo Muti
Kent Nagano
John Nelson
Seiji Ozawa
Simon Rattle
Mstislav Rostropovich
Juka-Pekka Saraste
Igor Stravinsky
Andre Vandernoot
Franz Welser-Most

About

Does any other composer of the 20th century offer such varied riches? If The Firebird, glowing with the iridescence of his teacher Rimsky-Korsakov, brought Stravinsky his international breakthrough in 1910, The Rite of Spring sealed his fame and set him on the long path towards the terse archaism of Agon in 1957. Chameleon-like and with tireless creativity, Stravinsky kept pace with the aesthetic evolutions, convolutions and dislocations of his times. In his evocation of the Russia of history and prehistory, in the insolently virtuosic elegance of his pastiches, in his adaptations of Classical myths, in his rediscovery of his faith, and in his late conversion to serialism, he transformed every challenge into an opportunity.
    
The release of this edition marks 50 years since the death of Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), the most influential composer of the 20th century.

After he died in New York on 6th April 1971, the New York Times wrote: “When the history of 20th‐century music comes to be written, Igor Stravinsky will occupy the most prominent position in the period from about 1910 to the beginning of World War II. More than any other composer, he put his mark on an entire generation. He was a shaper, a seminal force, a creator who was the symbol of the musical avant‐garde not only in the public eye but also … in the estimation of his fellow musicians.”

Igor Stravinsky Edition: An authoritative and representative survey of Stravinsky’s music in superlative interpretations by an array of outstanding musicians, including some of today’s leading Erato / Warner Classics artists and Stravinsky himself as historical bonuses.

• 23CDs
• The recordings span nearly a century of history, from 2019 back as far as 1928.
• The edition comprises all major works and less frequently heard smaller works. Certain works appear in both their original orchestral versions and in transcriptions, by Stravinsky himself and by other musicians e.g. for solo piano, piano duo, piano and violin, accordion duo.
• 3CDs are devoted to historical recordings, dating from the late 1920s and 1930s, with Stravinsky appearing as conductor and as pianist.

Contents:

Ballet, Orchestral & Choral Works

CD 1
Scherzo fantastique, op.3 (1908)
Feux d’artifice, op.4 (1908)
L’Oiseau de feu, complete ballet (1910)
- Philharmonia Orchestra · Eliahu Inbal

CD 2
L’Oiseau de feu (1910, Ballet Suite 1919)
- The Philadelphia Orchestra · Riccardo Muti

Petrouchka, scènes burlesques en quatre tableaux (1911 original version)
- Philharmonia Orchestra · Eliahu Inbal

CD 3
Petrouchka, scènes burlesques en quatre tableaux (1911, orchestration 1947)
- The Philadelphia Orchestra · Riccardo Muti

Le Sacre du printemps, tableaux de la Russie païenne en deux parties (1913)
- Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra · Mariss Jansons

CD 4
Le Chant du rossignol, Symphonic Poem (1917)
- Orchestre National de France · Pierre Boulez

Pulcinella, Ballet in one act (1920)
- Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano), Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Simon Estes (bass)
- Ensemble intercontemporain · Pierre Boulez


Suite No.2 for chamber orchestra (1921)
Suite No.1 for chamber orchestra (1925)
- Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields · Sir Neville Marriner


CD 5
Les Noces, French version (1914-1917 & 1919-1923)
- Basia Retchitzka (soprano), Arlette Chedel (alto), Éric Tappy (tenor), Philippe Huttenlocher (bass)
- Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire, Edward Auer, Suzanne Husson (pianos)
- Percussions Group: Markus Ernst, Jean-Claude Forestier, Harald Glamsch, Rafael Zambrano, Urs Herdi, Roland Manigley
- Grand Chœur de l’Université de Lausanne · Charles Dutoit


Quatre Chants paysans russes « Les Soucoupes » (1914-1917)
Quatre Chants paysans russes « Les Soucoupes », version with four horns (arr. 1954)
- Michel Cantin · Jean-Noël Melleret · André Gantiez · Serge Duchesne (horns)
- Chœur de Radio-France · Jacques Jouineau


Le Baiser de la fée, Divertimento (1928-1934, revised 1949)
- Philharmonia Orchestra · André Vandernoot

CD 6
Apollon musagète, Ballet in two scenes (1928, 1947 revised version)
- Berliner Philharmoniker · Sir Simon Rattle

Quatre études (1928)
- Orchestre National de France · Pierre Boulez

Symphonie de psaumes (1930, rev. 1948)
- Rundfunkchor Berlin · Berliner Philharmoniker · Sir Simon Rattle

Concerto in E-flat major “Dumbarton Oaks” (1938)
- Scottish Chamber Orchestra · Juka-Pekka Saraste

CD 7
Credo (1932)
Ave Maria (1934)
- King’s College Choir, Cambridge · Stephen Cleobury

Jeu de cartes, ballet en trois donnes (1936)
- Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra · James Conlon

Symphony in C major (1940)
- Berliner Philharmoniker · Sir Simon Rattle

Danses concertantes (1941-1942)
- Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra · Sir Neville Marriner

CD 8
Four Norwegian Moods (1942)
- Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra · Dmitri Kitajenko

Circus Polka, composed for a young elephant (1942)
- Philharmonia Orchestra · Eliahu Inbal conductor

Scherzo à la russe (jazz-band version, 1944)
Scherzo à la russe (orchestral version, 1944)
- City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra · Sir Simon Rattle

Symphony in three movements (1945)
- New York Philharmonic · Zubin Mehta

Concerto in D major (1946)
- Bath Festival Orchestra · Sir Yehudi Menuhin

Greeting Prelude (1955)
- The London Philharmonic · Sir Charles Mackerras

Agon, ballet (1957)
- Melbourne Symphony Orchestra · Hiroyuki Iwaki

Opera, Theatre & Vocal Works

CD 9
Pastorale (1907)
- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)

Deux poèmes de Paul Verlaine, op.9 (1910, orch. 1951)
- François Le Roux (baritone) · Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo · John Nelson

Le Rossignol (1914)
- Le Rossignol: Natalie Dessay soprano
- La Cuisinière: Marie McLaughlin mezzo-soprano
- La Mort: Violeta Urmana alto
- Le Pêcheur: Vsevolod Grivnov tenor
- L’Empereur: Albert Schagidullin baritone
- Le Chambellan: Laurent Naouri baritone
- Le Bonze: Maxime Mikhailov bass
- Orchestre et Chœurs de l’Opéra National de Paris · James Conlon


Renard, histoire burlesque chantée et jouée (1917)
- Éric Tappy, Pierre-André Blazer (tenors), Philippe Huttenlocher (baritone), Jules Bastin (bass)
- Siegfried Schmidt cimbalom · Ensemble instrumental · Charles Dutoit


CD 10
L’Histoire du soldat (1918)
- Le Diable: François Simon
- Le Soldat: François Berthet
- Le Récitant: Gérard Carrat
- Nicolás Chumachenko (violin) · Ensemble instrumental · Charles Dutoit


CD 11
Oedipus Rex (1927)
- Œdipe: Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
- Jocaste: Marjana Lipovšek (mezzo-soprano)
- Créon: John Tomlinson (bass)
- Tirésias: Alastair Miles (bass)
- Le Berger: John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
- Le Messager: Peter Coleman-Wright (baritone)
- Le Narrateur: Lambert Wilson
- The London Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra · Franz Welser-Möst

CD 12
Perséphone (1933)
- Perséphone, la prêtresse: Anne Fournet (speaker)
- Eumolpe, le prêtre: Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
- Tiffin Boys Choir · The London Philharmonic Choir & Chorus
- The London Philharmonic · Kent Nagano

CDs 13-14
The Rake’s Progress (1951)
- Trulove: Robert Lloyd (bass)
- Anne: Dawn Upshaw (soprano)
- Tom Rakewell: Jerry Hadley (tenor)
- Nick Shadow: Samuel Ramey (baritone)
- Mother Goose: Anne Collins (mezzo-soprano)
- Baba the Turk: Grace Bumbry (mezzo-soprano)
- Sellem: Stephen Cole (tenor)
- Keeper: Roderick Earle (bass)
Chœur de l’Opéra de Lyon · Orchestre de l’Opéra de Lyon · Kent Nagano


Three Songs from William Shakespeare (1953)
- Ian Bostridge (tenor), Adam Walker (flute), Michael Collins (clarinet), Lawrence Power (viola)

Concertante Works

CD 15
Concerto for piano & wind instruments (1923-24, rev. 1950)
Capriccio for piano & orchestra (1929, rev. 1949)
- Michel Béroff (piano) · Orchestre de Paris · Seiji Ozawa

Violin Concerto in D major (1931)
- Maxim Vengerov (violin) · London Symphony Orchestra · Mstislav Rostropovich

Movements for piano & orchestra (1959)
- Michel Béroff (piano) · Orchestre de Paris · Seiji Ozawa

Chamber Music

Pastorale (1907, version for violin and wind quartet, 1933)
- Gidon Kremer (violin), Meyrick Alexander (bassoon), Michael Collins clarinet), Jane Marshall (cor anglais), David Theodore (oboe)

Three Pieces for string quartet (1914)
- Alban Berg Quartet

CD 16
Ragtime for eleven instruments (1918)
- Siegfried Schmidt (cimbalom) · Ensemble instrumental · Charles Dutoit

Three Pieces for clarinet (1919)
- Sabine Meyer (clarinet)

Concertino for string quartet (1920)
- Alban Berg Quartet

Symphonies d’instruments à vent « À la mémoire de Claude Debussy » (1920 original version)
- London Symphony Orchestra · Kent Nagano

Octet for wind instruments (1923)
- Ensemble instrumental · Charles Dutoit

Duo concertant for violin & piano (1932)
- Itzhak Perlman (violin), Bruno Canino (piano)

Elegy for solo viola (1944)
- Tabea Zimmermann (viola)

Ebony Concerto for clarinet & jazz band (1945)
- Michael Collins (clarinet) · London Sinfonietta · Sir Simon Rattle

Concertino for 12 instruments (1920, orch. 1952)
- Ensemble intercontemporain · Pierre Boulez

Double Canon “Raoul Dufy in Memoriam” for string quartet (1959)
- Alban Berg Quartet

Piano Works

CD 17
Scherzo (1902)
Sonata in F sharp minor (1903-1904)
4 Études, op.7 (1908)
Souvenir d’une marche boche (1915)
Valse pour les enfants (1917)
Étude pour pianola (1917)*
Piano-Rag-Music (1919)
Les cinq doigts, 8 pièces très faciles sur 5 notes (1921)
Piano Sonata (1924)
Serenade in A major (1925)
Tango (1940)
- Michel Béroff (piano)
- Rex Lawson (player piano)*


Transcriptions

CD 18
L’Oiseau de feu · The Firebird (1910, transcr. by Guido Agosti 1934)
Trois mouvements de Petrouchka (1911, transcr. by the composer 1921)
- Beatrice Rana piano

Petrouchka (1911, transcr. James Crabb & Geir Draugsvoll)
- James Crabb & Geir Draugsvoll (classical accordions)

Suite italienne from Pulcinella (1920, transcr. Piatigorsky & Stravinsky 1934)
- Truls Mørk cello · Lars Vogt piano

CD 19
Le Sacre du printemps (1913, transcr. by the composer 1913)
- Fazil Say (piano four hands) (studio multitracking)

Ragtime for piano (1918)
- Marcelle Meyer (piano)

Suite italienne from Pulcinella (1920, transcr. Samuel Dushkin 1932)
Chanson russe, from Mavra (1922, transcr. Samuel Dushkin 1947)
Le Baiser de la fée, Divertimento (1928, transcr. Stravinsky & Samuel Dushkin 1934)
- Itzhak Perlman (violin), Bruno Canino (piano) (Suite italienne, Le Baiser de la fée), Samuel Sanders (piano) (Chanson russe)

Tango (1940, transcr. James Crabb & Geir Draugsvoll)
- James Crabb & Geir Draugsvoll (classical accordions)

Historical Recordings

CD 20
L’Oiseau de feu (excerpts) (1910)
- Grand Orchestre · Igor Stravinsky

Petrouchka, Ballet Suite (1911)
- Symphonic Orchestra · Igor Stravinsky

L’Histoire du soldat, suite (1918)
- Marcel Darrieux (violin), Alphonse-Joseph Delmas (AKA Boussagol) (double bass), Émile Godeau (clarinet), Gustave Dherin (bassoon), Eugène Foveau (trumpet), Raphaël Delbos (trombone), Jean-Paul Morel (percussion) · Igor Stravinsky

CD 21
Le Sacre du printemps (1913)
- Grand Orchestre Symphonique (Straram) · Igor Stravinsky

Symphonie de psaumes (1930)
- Chœur Alexis Vlassoff · Orchestre Walther Straram · Igor Stravinsky

Les Noces (sung in English) (1914-1917 & 1919-1923)
- Kate Winter (soprano), Linda Seymour (mezzo-soprano), Parry Jones (tenor), Roy Hendersen (bass),
- Berkeley Mason, Leslie Heward, Ernest Lush, Edwin Benbow (pianos), Percussion Ensemble
- BBC Chorus · Igor Stravinsky


CD 22
Capriccio for piano & orchestra (original 1929 version)
- Igor Stravinsky (piano) · Orchestre Walther Straram · Ernest Ansermet

Octet for wind instruments (1923)
- Marcel Moyse (flute), Émile Godeau (clarinet), Gustave Dherin & Marius Piard (bassoons), Eugène Foveau & Pierre Vignal (trumpets), André Lafosse & Raphaël Delbos (trombones)

Pulcinella (excerpts) (1920)
- Orchestral Ensemble · Igor Stravinsky

Duo concertant for violin & piano (1932)
- Samuel Dushkin (violin), Igor Stravinsky (piano)

Jeu de cartes (1936)
- Berliner Philharmoniker · Igor Stravinsky

CD 23
Three Pieces for string quartet (1914)
- Quatuor Krettly

Ragtime for eleven instruments (1918)
- Ensemble instrumental · Igor Stravinsky

Piano-Rag-Music (1919)
Serenade in A major (1925)
- Igor Stravinsky (piano)

Concerto for two pianos (1935)
- Igor Stravinsky & Soulima Stravinsky (pianos)

Pastorale (1907, version for violin and wind quartet by Stravinsky & Samuel Dushkin 1933)
- Samuel Dushkin (violin), André Vacelier (clarinet), Georges Durand (cor anglais), Gabriel Grandmaison (bassoon), Louis Gromer (oboe) · Igor Stravinsky

1932/1933 arrangements by Samuel Dushkin & Igor Stravinsky for their Concert Tours:
Berceuse from L’Oiseau de feu
Scherzo from L’Oiseau de feu
Danse russe from Petrouchka
Serenata from Suite italienne
Scherzino from Suite italienne
Air du rossignol from Le Rossignol
Marche chinoise from Le Rossignol
- Samuel Dushkin (violin), Igor Stravinsky piano

Mozart - Fugue in C minor for 2 pianos, K426
- Igor Stravinsky & Soulima Stravinsky (pianos)

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