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Igor Strawinsky, Le sacre du printemps

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        PublishersW. Fink
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        LC Classifications1982
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 103770521080
        Series
        1
        2Heft 35
        3Meisterwerke der Musik ;

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Quittard was wise to hedge his bets. At the end, according to 's"the cast is sweat-streaked, filthy and audibly panting". The Rite had its first British concert performance on 7 June 1921, at the in London under. Like Stravinsky, Diaghilev had initially studied law, but had gravitated via journalism into the theatrical world.

On 19 September 1913 Nijinsky married while the Ballets Russes was on tour without Diaghilev in South America. On 30 September 1987, the performed in Los Angeles The Rite based on a reconstruction of Nijinsky's 1913 choreography, until then thought lost beyond recall.

The Rite of Spring

"The Fusion of Music and Dancing". This is an excellently performed series of some of his greatest works and, even if you don't like his rather broken an apparently random rhythms, you swiftly realize he knew exactly what he was doing.

I guess that's his prerogative as the composer. To Maximilien Steinberg, a former fellow-pupil under Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky wrote that Nijinsky's choreography had been "incomparable: with the exception of a few places, everything was as I wanted it".