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Histoire du soldat suite

Author: Igor StravinskySamuel DushkinRolf SchulteStephen Taylor, (Oboist)Melanie FeldAll authors
Publisher: [Hong Kong] : Naxos, ℗2007.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Instrumental settings
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Suites; Songs; Operas
All Authors / Contributors: Igor Stravinsky; Samuel Dushkin; Rolf Schulte; Stephen Taylor, (Oboist); Melanie Feld; Charles Neidich; Frank Morelli; John Feeney; William Blount; Chris Gekker; Michael Powell, (Trombonist); Gordon Gottlieb; Katherine Ciesinski; John Aler; Steven Paul Spears; David Evitts; Wilbur Pauley; Susan Narucki; Robert Craft; Orchestra of St. Luke's.; 20th Century Classics Ensemble.; Philharmonia Orchestra (London, England)
OCLC Number: 85811315
Language Note: Sung in English (7th work), Russian (5th, 8th-9th works), and French (6th work).
Notes: The 1st work a vocalise originally for soprano and piano; the 2nd, incidental music from the play.
Previously released on Music Masters (2nd, 5th-6th, 8th-10th works) and Koch International Classics (1st, 3rd-4th, 11th works); 7th work previously unreleased.
Compact disc.
Program notes in English and text of the 8th-9th works in transliterated Russian with English translation (16 p.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Various performers and ensembles ; Robert Craft, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded: 1991 (10th work), 1992 (5th-6th works), 1995 (1st-2nd works), May 19, 1997 (8th-9th works), and 1999 (3rd-4th works), SUNY, Purchase, NY; 2001, Abbey Road Studio No. 1, London (11th work); Jan 2. 2005, American Academy of Arts and Letters (7th work).
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Pastorale, op. 5 / arranged for violin and woodwind quartet by Stravinsky and Samuel Dushkin (Rolf Schulte, violin ; Stephen Taylor, oboe ; Melanie Feld, English horn ; Charles Neidich, clarinet ; Frank Morelli, bassoon) (3:16) --
Histoire du soldat suite (Rolf Schulte, violin ; John Feeney, double bass ; Frank Morelli, bassoon ; William Blount, clarinet ; Chris Gekker, trumpet ; Michael Powell, trombone ; Gordon Gottlieb, percussion) (24:32) --
Three pieces for clarinet (3:55) ; Pour Picasso (:29) (Charles Neidich) --
Pribaoutki (4:02) ; Berceuses du chat (3:45) (Catherine Ciesinski, mezzo-soprano ; members of the Orchestra of St. Luke's) --
Renard : burlesque in one act (John Aler, Steven Paul Spears, tenors ; David Evitts, baritone ; Wilbur Pauley, bass ; with chamber orchestra) (17:29) --
Two Balmont songs : for soprano, piano, string quartet, 2 flutes, and clarinet (3:15) ; Three Japanese lyrics : for soprano, piano, string quartet, 2 flutes, and 2 clarinets (3:44) (Susan Narucki, soprano ; Twentieth Century Classics Ensemble) --
Scherzo à la russe : original jazz band version (Orchestra of St. Luke's) (3:40) --
Song of the Volga boatmen : arranged for wind instruments (Philharmonia Orchestra) (1:22).
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: Stravinsky.

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