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    Posted 4 years ago

    Vynil33rpm
    (2780 items)

    Stravinsky conducts Stravinsky 1962 Vinyl
    Two of my Favorites !
    Nobody knows how
    music is supposed to sound
    except yourself.
    He certainly could conduct himself
    I remember
    my Great Uncle Zellmo
    Told me He sailed on the Queen Mary
    with Stravinsky

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    1. buckethead, 4 years ago
      Igor Stravinsky was an amazing composer and conductor....my mother was a classical pianist and remember her playing this on our Hi-fi when I was a kid.
    2. Gillian, 1 year ago
      This album cover for Petrushka was taken from a painting by Alexander Benois. He collaborated with Stravinsky on parts of the ballet. An online look at 'Petrushka Art' has a variety of his work.

      Reading through the story of Petrushka I couldn't find a part that said "and then the really freaky cats(?) flew through the night sky..........". The Benois work was used on the set as act curtains. Seems to me Petrushka is fairly freaky overall!

      https://www.butler.edu/dance/about/ballet-russe/petrushka

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