Stravinsky: The Firebird; Petrushka

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  • Release Date: 3/22/2005
  • Label: NAXOS
  • UPC: 747313108169
  • Catalog Number: 6110081


Disc 1
  1. 1–22 L'oiseau de feu (The Firebird), ballet in 2 scenes for orchestra - Robert Craft & Igor Stravinsky (44:44)
    Composed byIgor Stravinsky
    Conducted byRobert Craft
    Performed byRobert Craft, New Philharmonia Orchestra
    1. 1Introduction
    2. 2Scene 1. Night. Kastchei's Enchanted Garden
    3. 3Scene 1. The Firebird enters, pursued by Ivan Tsarevich
    4. 4Scene 1. The Firebird's Dance
    5. 5Scene 1. Ivan Tsarevich captures the Firebird
    6. 6Scene 1. The Firebird begs to be released
    7. 7Scene 1. Entrance of the Thirteen Enchanted Princesses
    8. 8Scene 1. The Princesses play with the golden apples (Scherzo)
    9. 9Scene 1. Ivan Tsarevich appears
    10. 10Scene 1. The Princesses' Khorovod (Round Dance)
    11. 11Scene 1. Daybreak
    12. 12Scene 1. Ivan Tsarevich, entering Kastchei's palace, sets off it's Magic Carillon, alerting Kastche
    13. 13Scene 1. The entrance of Kastchei the Immortal
    14. 14Scene 1. Dialogue between Kastchei and Ivan Tsarevich
    15. 15Scene 1. The Princesses plead for mercy
    16. 16Scene 1. The Firebird enters
    17. 17Scene 1. Dance of Kastchei's retinue under the Firebird's magic spell
    18. 18Scene 1. Infernal Dance of Kastchei and his subjects under the Firebird's magic spell
    19. 19Scene 1. The Firebird's Lullaby
    20. 20Scene 1. Kastchei awakens
    21. 21Scene 1. Kastchei's death
    22. 22Scene 2. Kastchei's spell is broken, his palace disappears, and the Petrified Knights return to lif
  2. 23–39 Petrushka, ballet (burlesque) in 4 scenes for orchestra (1947 version) - Robert Craft & Igor Stravinsky (33:49)
    Composed byIgor Stravinsky
    Conducted byRobert Craft
    Performed byRobert Craft, New Philharmonia Orchestra
    1. 23First Tableau. The Shrove-Tide Fair
    2. 24First Tableau. The Mountebank (Flute solo) [58]
    3. 25First Tableau. Russian Dance [64]
    4. 26Second Tableau. In Petrushka's Cell [93]. Impetuoso
    5. 27Third Tableau. The Blackamoor [120]
    6. 28Third Tableau. The Ballerina (Cornet solo)
    7. 29Third Tableau. Valse: Ballerina and Blackamoor. Lento cantabile
    8. 30Fourth Tableau. The Shrove-Tide Fair [161]
    9. 31Fourth Tableau. The Dance of the Wet Nurses [170]
    10. 32Fourth Tableau. Peasant with Bear (Tuba solo) [188]
    11. 33Fourth Tableau. Gypsies and a Rake Vendor [196]
    12. 34Fourth Tableau. Dance of the Coachmen [213]
    13. 35Fourth Tableau. Masqueraders [234]
    14. 36Fourth Tableau. The Scuffle: Blackamoor and Petrushka
    15. 37Fourth Tableau. Death of Petrushka [258]
    16. 38Fourth Tableau. Police and the Juggler [260]
    17. 39Fourth Tableau. Vociferation of Petrushka's Ghost [265]
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