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 · As you listen to the assured, complex ballet music Igor Stravinsky wrote for The Firebird, it’s impressive to think that the composer was only twenty ...

I can only imagine the absurdity: The goon(esque)squad, BPD “flat”foots harassing and threatening Stravinsky over the technical fine points of music notation. Good grief, what a bunch of maroons. Hahaha!

By May 1910 Stravinsky was discussing his idea with Nicholas Roerich , the foremost Russian expert on folk art and ancient rituals. Roerich had a reputation as an artist and mystic, and had provided the stage designs for Diaghilev's 1909 production of the Polovtsian Dances . [15] The pair quickly agreed on a working title, "The Great Sacrifice" (Russian: Velikaia zhertva ); [16] Diaghilev gave his blessing to the work, although the collaboration was put on hold for a year while Stravinsky was occupied with his second major commission for Diaghilev, the ballet Petrushka . [15]

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A short comic opera, Mavra (1922), revealed a new lyricism (personal, emotional) in Stravinsky's complicated development. Though it was not a popular success—to Stravinsky's great disappointment—it influenced young composers including Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Kurt Weill, Sergei Prokofiev, and Dmitri Shostakovich.


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