There are other treats as well: the great Cathy Berberian in some of the late songs, Charles Rosen playing the Piano Sonata, and as soloist in the still prickly Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Stravinsky partnering Joseph Szigeti in the Duo Concertant. The recordings generally come up well, and though there are one or two glitches in the editing - that performance of the Movements, for instance, has lost its repeat in the first movement, which I'm sure was there on the original LP - the sound is generally clear, if sometimes a bit aggressive.
The entire work can also be subdivided into its tempo markings: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Jeu de cartes Balanchine. Alla breve Pas d'action. Meno mosso Dance variation. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International.
Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. In the Larghetto concertante that follows, Stravinsky explores the riches of the orchestra by using a series of more or less solo textures.
The Allegretto serves as the Symphony's scherzo; sharp timpani and violin strokes get the movement underway, but the woodwinds quickly take over with music of considerable wit and ingenuity.
A dreary Largo for bassoons, horns, and trombones opens the last movement. After about a minute, however, the tempo guisto alla breve body of the movement breaks in, and soon the three-note motive recurs that defined the first movement. Russian Dance. Petrushka's Room. Scene 3. The Moor's Room.
Dance of the Ballerina. Waltz Ballerina and Moor. Scene 4. The Shrove-tide Fair near evening. Dance of the Wet Nurses. Dance of the Peasant and the Bear. Dance of the Gypsy Girls. Dance of the Coachmen and Grooms. The Masqueraders.
Conclusion Petrushka's Death. Part Two: The Sacrifice, Introduction. Track Listing - Disc 3. Part One, Scene 1. The Bride's Chamber. Part One, Scene 2. At the Bridegroom's. Part One, Scene 3. The Bride's Departure. Part Two, Scene 4. The Wedding Feast.
The Soldier's March. Airs by a Stream. The Royal March. The Little Concert. Three Dances Tango, Waltz , Ragtime. The Devil's Dance. The Great Chorale. Triumphal March of the Devil. Track Listing - Disc 4. The Birth of Apollo. Largo - Allegro - Tempo 1. Variation d'Apollon Apollon et les Muses. Variation de Calliope l'Alexandrin Allegretto. Variation de Polymnie. Variation de Terpsichore. Variation d'Apollon. Pas de deux Apollon et Terpsichore Adagio.
Largo et tranquillo. Pas de quatre. Double Pas de quatre. Triple Pas de quatre. First Pas de trois. Saraband Step. Second Pas de trois. Bransle simple. Bransle gay. Bransle double. Pas de deux. Four Duos. Four trios. First Deal. Second Deal. Third Deal. Track Listing - Disc 5. Danses Corps de ballet. Variation 1.
Variation 2. At the Mill. Track Listing - Disc 6. Gavotte With Two Variations. Scene 1: Air de danse. Scene 1: Dance of the Angel of Death. Scene 1: Interlude. Scene 2: The Furies. Scene 2: Air de danse - Interlude - Air de danse. Scene 2: Pas d'action. The Allegretto serves as the Symphony's scherzo; sharp timpani and violin strokes get the movement underway, but the woodwinds quickly take over with music of considerable wit and ingenuity.
A dreary Largo for bassoons, horns, and trombones opens the last movement. After about a minute, however, the tempo guisto alla breve body of the movement breaks in, and soon the three-note motive recurs that defined the first movement. During the coda the winds give this ur-motive a treatment in dense, slowly-moving chords, to which the strings add just one final comment.A 3 CD collection on the budget friendly Sony Classical Masters Series imprint that re-introduces the seminal 20th century composer Igor Stravinsky conducting his own symphonic and concerto works with a roster of guests including Benny Goodman on Ebony Concerto; Isaac Stern in Concerto in D and with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra and the CBC Symphony Orchestra.