2 4 10 8 I had in my mind a distinct picture of a puppet, suddenly endowed with life, exasperating to the patience of the orchestra with diabolical cascades of arpeggios. (-) - 22/V/42 - 406×⇩ - Music Addict, Cornet 1, 2 (B♭, A) *#524023 - 6.62MB, 164 pp. duo, duet, dueto [S], duetto [I], duett [G], a work for two instruments; the ensemble itself, piano duet, piano four-hands, piano 4-hands, ensemble (work) for 2 players on one piano, Igor Stravinsky -  2 4 *#495100 - 0.05MB, 1 pp. -  *#523932 - 1.33MB, 21 pp. 4 The Moor kills Petrushka with one blow of his scimitar. 10

(-) - 22/V/42 - 323×⇩ - Music Addict, Trumpet 1, 2 (B♭, A) (part 1 of 2), Part I. The most difficult piano sonata: ... Petrushka is a ballet by the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, which was first performed in 1911 in the orchestral version. 2, Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; L'Oiseau de Feu; Petrouchka, 20th Century Original Piano Transcriptions, Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Stravinsky: Pétrouchka (Trois mouvements); Tchaikovsky: Dumka, Alexis Weissenberg Master Classes: Highlights des Schlusskonzerts 2004, Liszt: Sonata in B minor; Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 *#495099 - 0.19MB, 9 pp. *#523933 - 0.33MB, 5 pp. - 

*#523928 - 1.08MB, 17 pp. Stravinsky’s music so effectively captures the scene, the characters and the action that it can easily stand alone as a vivid musical narrative. 10 (part 2 of 2), Part IV. 188 pages. According to Stravinsky, the initial music came to him before the specific scenario involving Petrushka. (part 1 of 10), Part IV.

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JacopoTore (2017/5/24), Flute 1, 2, Piccolo 1, 2 (also Flute 3, 4)

Stravinsky's goal in arranging Petrushka for the piano (along with Piano-Rag-Music) was to attempt to influence Arthur Rubinstein into playing his music. 10 8 Rubinstein performed the work several times, but did not record it. 6 2 -  7; Webern: Variationen op. 2: The Great Pianists, Modeste Moussorgsky: Tableux d'une Exposition; Igor Stravinsky: Petrouchka, Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Stravinsky: 3 Dances from Petrouchka, Gina Bachauer Plays Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky, Stravinsky: Pétrouchka; Prokofiev: Sonate No. 2 Even Prokofiev himself had difficulty playing it. *#495103 - 0.05MB, 1 pp. (-) - 22/V/42 - 318×⇩ - Music Addict, Bassoon 1, 2, 3, 4/Contrabassoon Music Addict (2018/5/17), ⇒ 18 more: Oboe 1, 2, 3, 4/English Horn • Clarinet 1, 2, 3, 4/Bass Clarinet (B♭, A) • Bassoon 1, 2, 3, 4/Contrabassoon • Horn 1, 2, 3, 4 (F) • Trumpet 1, 2 (B♭, A) • Cornet 1, 2 (B♭, A) • Trombone 1, 2, 3 • Tuba • Timpani • Snare Drum/Tambourine, Triangle, Tam-Tam/Xylophone, / Bells, Bass Drum/Cymbals, Tambourine/Snare Drum • Celesta • Piano • Harp 1, 2 • Violins I • Violins II • Violas • Cellos • Basses, Oboe 1, 2, 3, 4/English Horn 10 6

Originally submitted by, 1912 - Berlin: Edition Russe, Plate R.M.V. -  The Shrove-Tide Fair. The next part, "Chez Pétrouchka", is the second scene of the stage work, while the final movement, "La semaine grasse", includes the whole of the fourth scene up to the end of the Masqueraders section to which Stravinsky added an ending which he later incorporated in his 1947 revised version of the ballet for concert performances. Jean-Philippe Collard (piano) Philharmonia Orchestra/Charles Dutoit. The full score was completed on May 11, 1911, and on the following June 13, Petrushka was performed by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, under the baton of Pierre Monteux. - N/!N/N - Carlotta Ferrari, Violin [B]

-  Absent a detailed examination, it's very difficult to determine if Dover employed the actual first edition, a corrected print from 1913, or the pocket score from 1921. 27; Boulez: Sonate No. The Shrovetide Fair (Evening) 6 Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Petrushka (1910–11, revised 1947). The transcription of three portions of Stravinsky’s ballet Petrushka was made by the composer himself at the request of Arthur Rubinstein. (-) - 22/V/42 - 289×⇩ - Music Addict, Violins II 10

Even Prokofiev himself had difficulty playing it. 4 10 6 The Shrovetide Fair (Evening) 4 ... Petrushka for Solo Piano Mineola: Dover Publications, 2006. 2 Bursting with color, shimmering ostinati, folk tunes, recurring leitmotifs and the bracing bi-tonal chords that make up the famous Petrushka theme, this legendary score has been artfully arranged by Yuval Shapiro for chamber ensemble placing Stravinsky’s legendary composition in strong relief while retaining its essential verve and dramatic power.

Absent a detailed examination, it's very difficult to determine if Dover employed the actual first edition, a corrected print from 1913, or the pocket score from 1921. *#523934 - 1.87MB, 30 pp. *#523924 - 3.06MB, 47 pp. The orchestra in turn retaliates with menacing trumpet blasts. (part 2 of 10), Part IV. 10 *#523925 - 2.47MB, 39 pp. Part I. 0.0/10 8 6 -  4 Everywhere the pianism is brilliantly choreographed (the work is certainly tremendously difficult to bring off, but always packs a wallop when done well), and the transcription to the keyboard is carried out with a finesse not usually encountered in a composer's translation of his own music (usually a certain amount of distance, psychologically speaking, is helpful in successfully carrying out such a translation; hence Franz Liszt's many spectacular piano transcriptions of music utterly foreign to his own compositional style): here is no mere "piano reduction," but rather a full-blown, independent concert work in which the electric, vaguely symmetrical sixteenth-note figurations and sharp orchestral articulations of the "Russian Dance" are reforged into a demanding test of finger dexterity (the "Russian Dance," in its original orchestral form, is actually reinforced by a dramatic, nonstop use of the piano) and, later on, the famous oscillating contrary thirds of strings and woodwinds that open "The Shrove-tide Fair" (clearly originally conceived of at the piano) are translated into a shimmering and wholly idiomatic keyboard figuration that is almost -- but not quite -- the equal of its orchestral counterpart. 0.0/10 Debussy, Ravel and Stravinsky: Debussy, Jeux: Poème Dansé; Ravel, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G; Stravinsky, Petrushka (1911 version). - 

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6 4 2 127, Danses concertantes for chamber orchestra (1942). Absent a detailed examination, it's very difficult to determine if Dover employed the actual first edition, a corrected print from 1913, or the pocket score from 1921. - 

-  8 6 Diaghilev immediately recognized the possibilities of developing this orchestral work into a full length stage work. Cheltenham Town Hall, 21st October 2005 (JQ)

Eventually, a magician appears drawing attention to his little puppet theatre. 6 If we could fill this list with Liszt (pun intended), we absolutely would. *#523941 - 2.47MB, 65 pp. 6 8 8 10 Whatever his name, he is a trickster, a rebel, and a wife beater.

)[citation needed] In order to gain the latter's attention, Stravinsky ensured that Rubinstein would find the arrangement technically challenging but musically satisfying. As the crowd disperses and the magician packs up, the ghost of Petrushka appears above the theatre leering and thumbing his nose at the magician who, suddenly terrified, runs off into the darkness. -  E. Lee Fairley, historical description, in Igor Stravinsky. 4 0.0/10 6 Igor Stravinsky: Three Movements from Petrushka . 2 - 

Arranged by Yuval Shapiro for flute, clarinet, violin/viola, cello, harp and piano . 0.0/10 (part 5 of 10), Part IV. • Switch back to classic skin, For clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano, http://imslp.org/index.php?title=Petrushka_Canon_(Ferrari,_Carlotta)&oldid=2447912, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License. 10 The ‘Three Movements from Petrushka’ is an arrangement for piano of music from Stravinski’s Ballet, ‘The Petrushka’. © - N/!N/N - Carlotta Ferrari, Cello [B] The three numbers that Stravinsky selected to arrange are, in the order they appear, the "Russian Dance" from the end of the first tableau, "Petrushka's Cell" from the second tableau, and, incorporating almost all of the fourth tableau (including the ending published in the 1947 revision of the ballet), "The Shrove-tide Fair." 2 The Shrovetide Fair Edit: Of course the piano is very difficult too.

2 4 10 8 I had in my mind a distinct picture of a puppet, suddenly endowed with life, exasperating to the patience of the orchestra with diabolical cascades of arpeggios. (-) - 22/V/42 - 406×⇩ - Music Addict, Cornet 1, 2 (B♭, A) *#524023 - 6.62MB, 164 pp. duo, duet, dueto [S], duetto [I], duett [G], a work for two instruments; the ensemble itself, piano duet, piano four-hands, piano 4-hands, ensemble (work) for 2 players on one piano, Igor Stravinsky -  2 4 *#495100 - 0.05MB, 1 pp. -  *#523932 - 1.33MB, 21 pp. 4 The Moor kills Petrushka with one blow of his scimitar. 10

(-) - 22/V/42 - 323×⇩ - Music Addict, Trumpet 1, 2 (B♭, A) (part 1 of 2), Part I. The most difficult piano sonata: ... Petrushka is a ballet by the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, which was first performed in 1911 in the orchestral version. 2, Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; L'Oiseau de Feu; Petrouchka, 20th Century Original Piano Transcriptions, Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Stravinsky: Pétrouchka (Trois mouvements); Tchaikovsky: Dumka, Alexis Weissenberg Master Classes: Highlights des Schlusskonzerts 2004, Liszt: Sonata in B minor; Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 *#495099 - 0.19MB, 9 pp. *#523933 - 0.33MB, 5 pp. - 

*#523928 - 1.08MB, 17 pp. Stravinsky’s music so effectively captures the scene, the characters and the action that it can easily stand alone as a vivid musical narrative. 10 (part 2 of 2), Part IV. 188 pages. According to Stravinsky, the initial music came to him before the specific scenario involving Petrushka. (part 1 of 10), Part IV.

(-) - 22/V/42 - 269×⇩ - Music Addict, Basses 4 Encore Performa / Encore Performance Recordings, Ravel: Miroirs; La Valse; Stravinsky: Petrushka; The Firebird, The Nutcracker, Petrushka, Cinderella, The Firebird, Beethoven - Stravinsky: Sonata In C Major, Stravinsky: Complete Music for Solo Piano, Igor Stravinsky: Music for Piano Solo and Piano and Orchestra, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Schumann, Berg, Debussy, Stravinsky, Poulenc, Modern Times: Berg, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Ravel, Evgeny Kissin: The Complete RCA & Sony Classical Album Collection, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Scriabin, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Schumann: Kreisleriana; Carter: Night Fantasies; Stravinsky: Trois Mouvements de Pétroushka, Ballets Russes: Ravel/Rabinovich, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Igor Stravinsky: Histoire du Soldat; Pétrouchka; Apollo, Vadym Kholodenko: Gold Medalist - 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Alexander Ghindin plays Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Mercury Living Presence: The Collector's Edition, Arthur Rubinstein: The Complete Album Collection, Freddy Kempf Plays Bach, Busoni, Rachmaninov & Others, Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini; Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No. The Piano Concerto No. 6 III. Piano - SMP Level 10 (Advanced) Schirmer Library of Classics Volume 1978 Piano Solo. 4 He plays a tune on his flute, the curtain rises and the puppets come to life. The first movement, "Danse Russe", is drawn from the closing part of the first scene of the ballet.
JacopoTore (2017/5/24), Flute 1, 2, Piccolo 1, 2 (also Flute 3, 4)

Stravinsky's goal in arranging Petrushka for the piano (along with Piano-Rag-Music) was to attempt to influence Arthur Rubinstein into playing his music. 10 8 Rubinstein performed the work several times, but did not record it. 6 2 -  7; Webern: Variationen op. 2: The Great Pianists, Modeste Moussorgsky: Tableux d'une Exposition; Igor Stravinsky: Petrouchka, Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Stravinsky: 3 Dances from Petrouchka, Gina Bachauer Plays Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky, Stravinsky: Pétrouchka; Prokofiev: Sonate No. 2 Even Prokofiev himself had difficulty playing it. *#495103 - 0.05MB, 1 pp. (-) - 22/V/42 - 318×⇩ - Music Addict, Bassoon 1, 2, 3, 4/Contrabassoon Music Addict (2018/5/17), ⇒ 18 more: Oboe 1, 2, 3, 4/English Horn • Clarinet 1, 2, 3, 4/Bass Clarinet (B♭, A) • Bassoon 1, 2, 3, 4/Contrabassoon • Horn 1, 2, 3, 4 (F) • Trumpet 1, 2 (B♭, A) • Cornet 1, 2 (B♭, A) • Trombone 1, 2, 3 • Tuba • Timpani • Snare Drum/Tambourine, Triangle, Tam-Tam/Xylophone, / Bells, Bass Drum/Cymbals, Tambourine/Snare Drum • Celesta • Piano • Harp 1, 2 • Violins I • Violins II • Violas • Cellos • Basses, Oboe 1, 2, 3, 4/English Horn 10 6

Originally submitted by, 1912 - Berlin: Edition Russe, Plate R.M.V. -  The Shrove-Tide Fair. The next part, "Chez Pétrouchka", is the second scene of the stage work, while the final movement, "La semaine grasse", includes the whole of the fourth scene up to the end of the Masqueraders section to which Stravinsky added an ending which he later incorporated in his 1947 revised version of the ballet for concert performances. Jean-Philippe Collard (piano) Philharmonia Orchestra/Charles Dutoit. The full score was completed on May 11, 1911, and on the following June 13, Petrushka was performed by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, under the baton of Pierre Monteux. - N/!N/N - Carlotta Ferrari, Violin [B]

-  Absent a detailed examination, it's very difficult to determine if Dover employed the actual first edition, a corrected print from 1913, or the pocket score from 1921. 27; Boulez: Sonate No. The Shrovetide Fair (Evening) 6 Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) Petrushka (1910–11, revised 1947). The transcription of three portions of Stravinsky’s ballet Petrushka was made by the composer himself at the request of Arthur Rubinstein. (-) - 22/V/42 - 289×⇩ - Music Addict, Violins II 10

Even Prokofiev himself had difficulty playing it. 4 10 6 The Shrovetide Fair (Evening) 4 ... Petrushka for Solo Piano Mineola: Dover Publications, 2006. 2 Bursting with color, shimmering ostinati, folk tunes, recurring leitmotifs and the bracing bi-tonal chords that make up the famous Petrushka theme, this legendary score has been artfully arranged by Yuval Shapiro for chamber ensemble placing Stravinsky’s legendary composition in strong relief while retaining its essential verve and dramatic power.

Absent a detailed examination, it's very difficult to determine if Dover employed the actual first edition, a corrected print from 1913, or the pocket score from 1921. *#523934 - 1.87MB, 30 pp. *#523924 - 3.06MB, 47 pp. The orchestra in turn retaliates with menacing trumpet blasts. (part 2 of 10), Part IV. 10 *#523925 - 2.47MB, 39 pp. Part I. 0.0/10 8 6 -  4 Everywhere the pianism is brilliantly choreographed (the work is certainly tremendously difficult to bring off, but always packs a wallop when done well), and the transcription to the keyboard is carried out with a finesse not usually encountered in a composer's translation of his own music (usually a certain amount of distance, psychologically speaking, is helpful in successfully carrying out such a translation; hence Franz Liszt's many spectacular piano transcriptions of music utterly foreign to his own compositional style): here is no mere "piano reduction," but rather a full-blown, independent concert work in which the electric, vaguely symmetrical sixteenth-note figurations and sharp orchestral articulations of the "Russian Dance" are reforged into a demanding test of finger dexterity (the "Russian Dance," in its original orchestral form, is actually reinforced by a dramatic, nonstop use of the piano) and, later on, the famous oscillating contrary thirds of strings and woodwinds that open "The Shrove-tide Fair" (clearly originally conceived of at the piano) are translated into a shimmering and wholly idiomatic keyboard figuration that is almost -- but not quite -- the equal of its orchestral counterpart. 0.0/10 Debussy, Ravel and Stravinsky: Debussy, Jeux: Poème Dansé; Ravel, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G; Stravinsky, Petrushka (1911 version). - 

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