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Da Igor Fjodorowitsch Strawinski (russ. Игорь Фёдорович Стравинский, frz. Transkription Igor Stravinski, engl. Transkription Igor Stravinsky; * 5. Junijul./ 17. Junigreg. z Oranienbaam [heit: Lomonossow], Russland; † 6. Aprui 1971 in da Stod Nei York) wor a russisch-franzesisch-amerikanischa Komponist.

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Des is a Listn vo de Kompositiona vom Igor Stravinsky[1].

Opan, Theata[VE | Weakln]

  • Le Rossignol (De Nochtigoi), Opa in drei Aktn (1914)
  • Renard (Reinecke Fux), a Burlesque fia 4 Pantomimen und Orchesta (1916)
  • Histoire du soldat (De Gschicht vom Soidotn), fia Kammamusikapäin (chamber ensemble) und drei Sprecha (1918)
  • Mavra, Opa in oam Akt (1922)
  • Oedipus rex, Opan-Oratorium in zwoa Aktn (1927)
  • Perséphone, Melodrama fia Sprecha, Solistn, Chor und Orchesta (1933)
  • The Rake's Progress, Opa in drei Aktn (1951)
  • The Flood (De Sindfluad), Televisions-Opa (1962)

Ballett[VE | Weakln]

  • The Firebird (L'oiseau de feu) (1910, rev. 1919/1945)
  • Petrushka (1911, rev. 1947)
  • The Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps) (1913, rev. 1947/1967)
  • Les noces (The Wedding), for soloists, choir, four pianos and percussion (1914–17; 1919–23)
  • Pulcinella, for chamber orchestra and soloists (1920)
  • Apollo (Apollon musagète), for string orchestra (1928, rev. 1947)
  • Le baiser de la fée (The Fairy's Kiss) (1928, rev. 1950)
  • Jeu de cartes (Card Game) (1936)
  • Danses concertantes for chamber orchestra (1942)
  • Scènes de ballet (1944)
  • Orpheus, for chamber orchestra (1947)
  • Agon (1957)
  • Ode

Orchesta[VE | Weakln]

  • Symphony in E-flat major, Op. 1 (1907)
  • Scherzo fantastique, Op. 3 (1908)
  • Feu d'artifice (Fireworks), Op. 4 (1908)
  • Le chant du rossignol (Song of the Nightingale) (1917)
  • Suite from Pulcinella (1920)
  • Suite No. 2 for chamber orchestra (1921, arrangement of Trois pièces faciles and Cinq pièces faciles No. 5)
  • Suite No. 1 for chamber orchestra (1925, arrangement of Cinq pièces faciles Nos. 1–4)
  • Quatre études, for orchestra (1928, arrangement of Three Pieces for String Quartet and Étude pour pianola)
  • Divertimento (Suite from Le Baiser de la fée, 1934)
  • Concerto in E-flat Dumbarton Oaks, for chamber orchestra (1938)
  • Symphony in C (1940)
  • Circus Polka for orchestra (1942)
  • Four Norwegian Moods for orchestra (1942)
  • Ode for orchestra (1943)
  • Scherzo à la russe for orchestra (1944, also a version for Paul Whiteman's band)
  • Symphony in Three Movements (1945)
  • Concerto in D, for string orchestra (1946)
  • Tango for chamber orchestra (1953, arrangement of 1940 work for piano)
  • Greeting Prelude for orchestra (1955), for the 80th birthday of Pierre Monteux
  • 8 Instrumental Miniatures for 15 Players (1963, orchestration of Les Cinq Doigts)
  • Variations (Aldous Huxley in Memoriam) (1963/1964)
  • Canon on a Popular Russian Tune (1965)

Konzeat[VE | Weakln]

  • Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments (1923-24, rev. 1950)
  • Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra (1929/1949)
  • Violin Concerto in D (1931)
  • Movements for Piano and Orchestra (1958/1959)

Chor[VE | Weakln]

  • Le roi des étoiles (The King of the Stars), for men's choir and orchestra (1912)
  • Pater Noster (1926, rev. 1949)
  • Symphony of Psalms, for chorus and orchestra (1930, rev. 1948)
  • Credo (1932, rev. 1964)
  • Ave Maria (1934, rev. 1949)
  • Babel (1944)
  • Mass (1944–48)
  • Cantata, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, female chorus, 2 flutes, oboe, English horn, and cello (1951–52)
  • Canticum Sacrum (1955)
  • Threni (1958)
  • A Sermon, a Narrative and a Prayer (1961)
  • Anthem (The dove descending breaks the air), for chorus a cappella (1962)
  • Introitus (1965)
  • Requiem Canticles (1966)

Vokal[VE | Weakln]

  • Romance for Voice and Piano (1902)
  • Faun and Shepherdess, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra, Op. 2 (1907)
  • Pastorale, for vocalise soprano and piano (1907, arranged for soprano and wind quintet 1923)
  • Two Melodies, for mezzo-soprano and piano, Op. 6 (1908)
  • Deux poèmes de Paul Verlaine, for baritone and piano, Op. 9 (1910, arranged for baritone and orchestra 1951)
  • Two Poems of K. Balmont, for voice and piano (1911, arranged for voice and small orchestra 1954)
  • Three Japanese Lyrics (Trois poésies de la lyrique japonaise), for voice and piano or chamber orchestra (1913)
  • Trois petites chansons, for voice and piano (1906-1913, arranged for voice and small orchestra 1930)
  • Pribaoutki, for voice, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, double bass (1914)
    • Kornílo (Uncle Kornilo)
    • Natashka (Little Natalie)
    • Polkovnik (The Colonel)
    • Starets i zayats (The Old Man and the Hare)
  • Berceuses du chat, for contralto and three clarinets (1916)
  • Three Tales for Children, for voice and piano (1917)
    • Tilim-bom
    • Geese, Swans
    • The bear's little song
  • Four Russian Peasant Songs, for female voice unaccompanied (1917)
  • Berceuse, for voice and piano (1918)
  • Quatre chants russes, for voice and piano (1918–19)
    • Selezen’ (The Drake)
    • Zapevnaya (Counting Song)
    • Sidit varabey na chuzhoy garadbe (Dish-divination Song)
    • Sektanskaya (Song of the Sectarian)
  • Petit ramusianum harmonique, for single voice or voices (1938)
  • Three Songs from William Shakespeare, for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet, and viola (1953)
  • Four Songs, for mezzo-soprano, flute, harp and guitar (1954, arrangement of Quatre chants russes Nos. 1 & 4; Three Tales for Children Nos. 1 & 2)
  • In Memoriam Dylan Thomas (Dirge-canons and song), for tenor, string quartet, and four trombones (1954)
  • Abraham and Isaac, a sacred ballad for baritone and orchestra (1963)
  • Elegy for J.F.K., for baritone or mezzo-soprano and three clarinets (1964)
  • The Owl and the Pussy Cat, for soprano and piano (1966)

Kammamusi[VE | Weakln]

  • Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914)
  • Pour Pablo Picasso, piece for clarinet (1917)
  • Canon for Two Horns (1917)
  • Ragtime for Eleven Instruments (1917–18)
  • Duet for Two Bassoons, "Lied ohne Namen" (1918)
  • Suite from Histoire du soldat, for violin, clarinet, and piano (1919)
  • Three Pieces for Clarinet (1919)
  • Concertino, for string quartet (1920)
  • Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920, rev. 1947)
      1. Octet for Wind Instruments (1923)
  • Suite on themes, fragments and pieces by Giambattista Pergolesi, for violin and piano (1925)
  • Duo Concertant for Violin and Piano (1932)
  • Suite italienne (from Pulcinella), for cello and piano (1932/33) (in collaboration with Gregor Piatigorsky)
  • Pastorale, for violin and piano or violin and wind quintet (1933)
  • Suite italienne (from Pulcinella), for violin and piano (1934) (in collaboration with Samuel Dushkin)
  • Preludium for Jazz Band (1936/37)
  • Elegy, for solo viola (1944)
  • Ebony Concerto for clarinet and jazz band (1945)
  • Septet for clarinet, horn, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, and piano (1953)
  • Concertino, for small ensemble (1953) (arrangement of 1920 work for string quartet)
  • Epitaphium, for flute, clarinet and harp (1959)
  • Double Canon, for string quartet 'Raoul Dufy in Memoriam' (1959)
  • Monumentum pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD Annum, for chamber ensemble (1960)
  1. "Asciugate I begli ochi"
  2. "Ma tu, cagion di quella"
  3. "Belta poi che t'assenti"
  • Lullaby, for two recorders (1960) (arrangement of item from The Rake's Progress, 1951)
  • Fanfare for a New Theatre, for two trumpets (1964)

Piano[VE | Weakln]

  • Tarantella (1898)
  • Scherzo (1902)
  • Piano Sonata in F-sharp minor (1903–4)
  • Quatre études, Op. 7 (1908)
  • The Firebird (L'oiseau de feu) (1910)
  • The Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps), for four hands on one piano (1913)
  • Valse des fleurs, for two pianos (1914)
  • Trois pièces faciles, for four hands (1915)
  • Souvenir d'une marche boche (1915)
  • Cinq pièces faciles, for four hands (1917)
  • Valse pour les enfants (1917)
  • Piano-Rag-Music (1919)
  • Chorale (1920)
  • Les cinq doigts (1921)
  • Trois mouvements de Petrouchka (1921)
  • Piano Sonata (1924)
  • Serenade in A (1925)
  • Concerto for Two Pianos (1935)
  • Tango (1940)
  • Sonata for Two Pianos (1943)
  • Two Sketches for a Sonata (1967)

Pianola[VE | Weakln]

  • Étude pour pianola (Study for Pianola) – Aeolian Company, London, Themodist T967 (1921)
  • Pulcinella Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8421 – 8428 (1921)
  • The Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps) – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8429 – 8437 (1921)
  • The Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps) – Aeolian Company, London, Themodist T24150 – T24153 (1921)
  • Piano-Rag-Music – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8438 (1921)
  • Ragtime – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8450 (1921)
  • Petrushka – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8441 – 8447 (1922)
  • Le chant du rossignol (Song of the Nightingale) – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8451 – 8453 (1922/3)
  • Three Tales for Children – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8454 (1922/3)
  • Quatre chants russes (Four Russian Songs) – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8455 (1922/3)
  • Concertino – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 8456 (1923)
  • Les noces (The Wedding) – Pleyel, Paris 8831 – 8834, 8861 (1923)
  • The Firebird (L'oiseau de feu) – Pleyel, Paris, Pleyela 10039 – 10045 (1926)
  • The Firebird (L'oiseau de feu) – Aeolian Company, London, Duo-Art D759 – D769 (1929)

Beleg[VE | Weakln]

  1. [List of compositions by Igor Stravinsky List aus da englischen Wikipedia] (obgruafa am 22. Mai 2014)

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