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Pribaoutki (Nonsense Rhymes) is a set of four witty, brief songs for solo voice and eight solo instruments; Renard, adapted from Russian folktales, features talking animals; and Ragtime for Eleven Instruments reflects Stravinsky's interest in jazz. Texts appear in Russian, French, German.

Synopsis:

This moderately priced volume brings together the full scores of three much-studied and often-performed works by Stravinsky. Written in 1914, Pribaoutki, or nonsense rhymes, is a delightful set of four brief songs for solo voice and eight solo Instruments. Renard (1915-1916), adapted from Russian folktales. features animals as its characters — stylized creatures through whom Stravinsky comments ironically on human greed and deception. The texts of these two works are in Russian, French, and German, with notes. There is an English scenario giving the gist of Renard, and a new English translation of Pribaoutki by Stanley Appelbaum. The brilliant Ragtime for Eleven Instruments reflects Stravinsky's keen interest in the jazz idiom of the time. Musicians, composers, and all lovers of Stravinsky's music will want to add these scores to their music libraries.

Synopsis:

Pribaoutki (Nonsense Rhymes) is a set of four witty, brief songs for solo voice and eight solo instruments; Renard, adapted from Russian folktales, features talking animals; and Ragtime for Eleven Instruments reflects Stravinsky's interest in jazz. Texts appear in Russian, French, German.

Synopsis:

"Pribaoutki" is a set of four witty, brief songs for solo voice and eight solo instruments; "Renard "features talking animals; "Ragtime for Eleven Instruments" reflects Stravinsky's interest in jazz. Texts in Russian, French, German.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780486413952
Composer:
Stravinsky, Igor
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Composer:
Stravinsky, Igor
Author:
Music Scores
Author:
Stravinsky, Igor
Location:
Mineola, N.Y.
Subject:
General
Subject:
Classical
Subject:
Chamber
Subject:
Songs
Subject:
Ballets
Subject:
Songbooks - Orchestral
Subject:
Instrumental ensembles.
Subject:
Genres & Styles - Classical
Subject:
Genres & Styles - Chamber
Subject:
Sravinsky nonsense rhymes
Subject:
Russian chamber music
Subject:
Dover music scores
Subject:
Music-Orchestral Scores
Subject:
Music - General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Chamber Music Scores
Series Volume:
106-482
Publication Date:
20001231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
11 x 8.38 in 1.22 lb

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Product details 224 pages Dover Publications - English 9780486413952 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , This moderately priced volume brings together the full scores of three much-studied and often-performed works by Stravinsky. Written in 1914, Pribaoutki, or nonsense rhymes, is a delightful set of four brief songs for solo voice and eight solo Instruments. Renard (1915-1916), adapted from Russian folktales. features animals as its characters — stylized creatures through whom Stravinsky comments ironically on human greed and deception. The texts of these two works are in Russian, French, and German, with notes. There is an English scenario giving the gist of Renard, and a new English translation of Pribaoutki by Stanley Appelbaum. The brilliant Ragtime for Eleven Instruments reflects Stravinsky's keen interest in the jazz idiom of the time. Musicians, composers, and all lovers of Stravinsky's music will want to add these scores to their music libraries.
"Synopsis" by ,
Pribaoutki (Nonsense Rhymes) is a set of four witty, brief songs for solo voice and eight solo instruments; Renard, adapted from Russian folktales, features talking animals; and Ragtime for Eleven Instruments reflects Stravinsky's interest in jazz. Texts appear in Russian, French, German.
"Synopsis" by , "Pribaoutki" is a set of four witty, brief songs for solo voice and eight solo instruments; "Renard "features talking animals; "Ragtime for Eleven Instruments" reflects Stravinsky's interest in jazz. Texts in Russian, French, German.
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