Detailinformationen

  • Künstler: Idil Biret, Klavier
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 02
  • Bestellnummer: 8476050
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16.6.2003
  1. 1 The Firebird (version for piano): Introduction Start
  2. 2 The Firebird (version for piano): The Enchanted Garden of Kastchei Start
  3. 3 The Firebird (version for piano): Appearance of the Firebird, Pursued by Prince Ivan Start
  4. 4 The Firebird (version for piano): Dance of the Firebird Start
  5. 5 The Firebird (version for piano): Capture of the Firebird by Prince Ivan Start
  6. 6 The Firebird (version for piano): Supplication of the Firebird Start
  7. 7 The Firebird (version for piano): Appearance of the Thirteen Enchanted Princesses Start
  8. 8 The Firebird (version for piano): The Princesses' Game with the Golden Apples Start
  9. 9 The Firebird (version for piano): Sudden Appearance of Prince Ivan Start
  10. 10 The Firebird (version for piano): Khorovod (Round Dance) of the Princesses Start
  11. 11 The Firebird (version for piano): Daybreak - Prince Ivan Enters Kastchei's Palace Start
  12. 12 The Firebird (version for piano): Magic Carillon - Appearance of Kastchei's Monster Guardians - Capture of Prince Ivan Start
  13. 13 The Firebird (version for piano): Arrival of Kastchei the Immortal - Dialogue of Kastchei and Prince Ivan - Intercession Start
  14. 14 The Firebird (version for piano): Appearance of the Firebird Start
  15. 15 The Firebird (version for piano): Dance of Kastchei's Retinue, Enchanted by the Firebird Start
  16. 16 The Firebird (version for piano): Infernal Dance of All Kastchei's Subjects Start
  17. 17 The Firebird (version for piano): Lullaby (The Firebird) Start
  18. 18 The Firebird (version for piano): Kastchei's Death Start
  19. 19 The Firebird (version for piano): Disappearance of Kastchei's Palace and Magical Creations - Return to Life of the Petri Start

Produktinfo

Considered the most 'Russian'of Stravinsky's major works, the origin of The Firebird lies in the impresario Sergey Dyagilev's cost-cutting decision to concentrate on ballet, rather than opera. It takes its place in a lineage stretching from Glinka to Scriabin, making it an amalgam of Russian music past and present. Its first performance, at the Paris Opéra in 1910, was a phenomenal success and assured Stravinsky's future as a composer. This transcription for solo piano is Stravinsky's own, also dating from 1910.

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