Published on Nov 6, 2011

Gran presentación de la Orquesta Filarmónica de Viena, conducida por el director ruso Valery Gergiev en [a mi juicio personal] una de las más grandes y magníficas interpretaciones del Pájaro de Fuego (L’Oiseau de feu) de Igor Stravinsky, que se tenga conocimiento, durante el Festival de Salzburgo 2000. Great presentation of the Vienna Philharmonic conducted by the russian Maestro Valery Gergiev, in one of the most powerful and greatest presentation of The Firebird (L’Oiseau de feu) of Igor Stravinsky at Salzburg Festival 2000. (C) Deusche Grammophon, ORF/RM Associates Limited , Music Publishing Rights Collecting Society, UMPG Publishing and all their respective owners. There’s no personal work here. (C) Deutsche Grammophon, ORF/RM Associates Limited et toutes leurs propriétaires respectifs.

 

 

“Too many pieces of music finish too long after the end.”

— Igor Stravinsky, composer, Russian Composer”

via “Too many pieces of music finish too long after the end.” — Art of Quotation

https://ia800708.us.archive.org/1/items/STRAVINSKYEbonyConcerto-NEWTRANSFER/01.I.Moderato.mp3 Moderato.

via Audio: The Woody Herman Orchestra plays Stravinsky’s ‘Ebony Concerto’ — Classical Life

Semyon Bychkov

The Daily Beethoven

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Two Ballet Birds

Aired date: Sep 14, 1969

Plot: Bernstein compares the main theme of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake with Stravinsky’s Firebird. A performance of the pas de deux from Swan Lake illustrates the concept of abstract ballet, followed by excerpts from Stravinsky’s Firebird.

For full script: http://leonardbernstein.com/ypc_scrip.

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Igor Stravinsky – Ragtime for 11 instruments

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Vincent Kok, flute
Tan Boon Ping, clarinet
Wong Wen-Qi, trumpet
Mustaqim Abdullah, trombone
Song Ching Ling, french horn
Tan Su Yin, percussion
Lee Aik-Hong, piano