1 edition of Duo Concertant found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sun and Moon Press|
|Publishers||Sun and Moon Press|
|LC Classifications||January 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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" : 280 Production [ ] Stravinsky and Balanchine collaborated for many years until Duo Concertant former's death in 1971. Constanti, Sophie March 31, 1995. O'Connor, John May 21, 1975. Funding: Preservation of this video was supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. It is no surprise, then, that although is not quite a household name, he is well represented in the standard repertoire lists of virtually every Western instrument.
Other ballet companies that have performed the ballet include, and the. In 1972, choreographed to Stravinsky's score for the Stravinsky Festival. Mazzo, however, felt it was not complete until the last minute.
He had, until then, not really been interested in writing a work Duo Concertant violin and piano, finding the coupling of an essentially lyrical instrument with a percussive one unappealing. " Mazzo was stunned by the emotional ending, "It was quite unusual for [Balanchine] in his Stravinsky ballets.
" In 2004, Duo Concertant was filmed for a PBS broadcast performance, this time for Balanchine's centenary celebration, with dancers andviolinist and pianist Cameron Grant.
Choreography [ ] Duo Concertant is danced by a man and a woman, alongside a pianist and a violinist, both onstage. The composer premiered the work with Dushkin in Berlin in 1932, and the pair gave recitals together across Europe for the next several years. The pair also performed the work during a visit to Los Angeles, about which Stravinsky scholar Stephen Walsh writes in his essay on.
Collaborative work between Mendelssohn and Moscheles.
The closing Dithyrambe affects an even more austere atmosphere than the second Eglogue.
O'Connor, John May 21, 1975.