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9 thoughts on “ Stabat Mater (In Memoriam Igor Stravinsky)

  1. Jan 25,  · Stabat Mater - In memoriam Igor Stravinsky · Mária Zádori · János VAJDA · József Gombai · József Vajda · Ágnes Szakály · Zoltán Tóth · Géza Török · Attila Lajos · Anna.
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  3. Igor Stravinsky, in full Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky, (born June 5 [June 17, New Style], , Oranienbaum [now Lomonosov], near St. Petersburg, Russia—died April 6, , New York, New York, U.S.), Russian-born composer whose work had a revolutionary impact on musical thought and sensibility just before and after World War I, and whose compositions remained a touchstone of modernism for.
  4. Stabat Mater dolorosa op Virgo virginum - Adriana Martino/Anna Maria Rota/Renato Capecchi 8. Stabat Mater dolorosa op Christe, cum sit hinc - Adriana Martino/Anna Maria Rota/Renato Capecchi.
  5. Dec 17,  · Igor Stravinsky (): Canticum Sacrum ad honorem Sancti Marci Nominis, per soli, coro, organo e orchestra () Peter Baillié, tenore; Ladislaus.
  6. Giovanni Battista Draghi (Italian: [dʒoˈvanni batˈtista ˈdraːɡi]; 4 January – 16 or 17 March ), often referred to as Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (Italian: [perɡoˈleːzi; -eːsi]), was an Italian Baroque composer, violinist and best-known works include his Stabat Mater and the opera La serva padrona (The Maid Turned Mistress).
  7. By type of composition Opera/theatre. The Nightingale (Le Rossignol), 3-act opera (); Renard, a burlesque for 4 pantomimes and chamber orchestra (); L'Histoire du soldat (The Soldier's Tale), for chamber ensemble and three speakers (); Mavra, one-act opera (); Oedipus rex, 2-act opera-oratorio (); Perséphone, mélodrame for speaker, soloists, chorus and orchestra ().
  8. Igor Stravinsky was one of music's truly epochal innovators; no other composer of the 20th century exerted such a pervasive influence or dominated his art in the way that Stravinsky did during his seven-decade musical career. Aside from purely technical considerations such as rhythm and harmony, the most important hallmark of Stravinsky's style is, indeed, its changing face.
  9. Krzysztof Penderecki, outstanding Polish composer of his generation whose novel and masterful treatment of orchestration won worldwide acclaim. His works include Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima, Psalms of David, and Stabat Mater. Learn more about Penderecki’s life and work.

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