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Pierre Pincemaille|L'Oiseau de feu - Petrouchka

L'Oiseau de feu - Petrouchka

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L'Oiseau de feu - Petrouchka

Pierre Pincemaille

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The Firebird (L'oiseau de feu) (Igor Stravinsky)

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The Firebird: I. Introduction
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The Firebird: II. Katscheï’s enchanted garden
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The Firebird: III. Appearance of Ivan Tsarevitch making after the Firebird
00:00:18

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The Firebird: IV. Firebird’s Dance
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The Firebird: V. The Firebird Captured By Ivan Tsarevitch
00:00:27

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The Firebird: VI. Firebird’s Pleading
00:04:39

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The Firebird: VII. Appearance Of The Thirteen Enchanted Princesses
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The Firebird: VIII. The Princesses Play With The Golden Apples
00:02:36

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The Firebird: IX. Sudden Appearance Of Prince Ivan
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The Firebird: X. Princesses’ Round
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The Firebird: XI. Infernal Dance Of Katscheï’s Daemons
00:04:48

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The Firebird: XII. Lullaby
00:03:33

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The Firebird: XIII. Disappearance Of The Palace And Spells Of Katscheï - Waking Of The Petrified Knights - General Gladness
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Petrushka (Igor Stravinsky)

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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: I. Fair in St. Petersburg
00:01:47

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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: II. An organ-grinder appears
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: III. He starts playing his instrument
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: IV. A street dancer playing his instrument
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: V. Two Drums parade in front of a small puppet theatre
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: VI. The Magician starts his conjuring trick
00:00:38

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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: VII. He performs a flute solo
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: VIII. Three dolls lie, lifeless
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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: IX. The Magician anews birth to them
00:00:09

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Petrushka, Picture I “The Shrove-Tide”: X. They Dance before the crowd
00:02:47

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Petrushka, Picture II “At Petrushka’s Room”: I. Petrushka’s Melancholy
00:02:56

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Petrushka, Picture II “At Petrushka’s Room”: II. The Ballerina enters his cell
00:00:10

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Petrushka, Picture II “At Petrushka’s Room”: III. He Starts dancing
00:00:19

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Petrushka, Picture II “At Petrushka’s Room”: IV. Frightened, she flies
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Petrushka, Picture II “At Petrushka’s Room”: V. Petrushka’s despair
00:01:08

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: I. The Moor is stretched out on a sofa
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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: II. He Juggles with a coconut
00:00:44

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: III. He Tries to split it with his sabre...
00:00:22

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: IV. ...Without success - He first becomes furious...
00:00:15

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: V. ...Then prostates himself before this object, which resists him
00:00:40

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: VI. Holding a valve cornet, the Ballerina enters and dances while playing
00:00:45

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: VII. The Moor begins a grotesque waltz with her
00:02:16

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: VIII. Petrushka bursts in unannounced, mad with jealousy
00:00:19

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: IX. The Moor and Petrushka quarrel
00:00:24

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Petrushka, Picture III “At the Moor’s Room”: X. The Moor grabs his rival and throws him outside
00:00:16

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: I. The Crowd
00:01:17

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: II. Nursemaid’s Dance
00:02:30

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: III. A Bear leader arrives with his animal
00:00:53

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: IV. They move off
00:00:34

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: V. A Tipsy merchant accompagnied by gispsy singers distributes...
00:00:16

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: VI. Gipsies’ Dance
00:00:55

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: VII. Cabmen’s and Stablemen’s Dance
00:01:57

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: VIII. A Group of maskers lead everyone in a dizzying whirl
00:00:17

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: IX. The Masked Devil provokes the crowd
00:00:21

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: X. Crowd’s Dance
00:01:10

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: XI. Ceasing of the Dances - Appearance of Petrushka, pursued by...
00:00:20

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Petrushka, Picture IV “The Shrove-Tide at night”: XII. The Moor strikes Petrushka a blow witgh his sabre - He collapses
00:00:14

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