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STRAVINSKY: Soldier' s Tale (The) / Dumbarton Oaks


Stravinsky, Igor
Ramuz, Charles-Ferdinand, lyricist(s)

  The Soldier's Tale (Histoire du Soldat)
1.   Part I: I. The Soldier's March 00:01:49
2.   Part I: II. Soldier: Phew... this isn't a bad sort of spot... 00:01:00
3.   Part I: III. Airs by a Stream 00:02:32
4.   Part I: IV. He is a little old man... 00:04:14
5.   Part I: V. The Soldier's March (Reprise) 00:01:46
6.   Part I: VI. Soldier: Hurray, here we are! 00:02:57
7.   Part I: VII. Pastorale 00:02:39
8.   Part I: VIII. Narrator: In the Market Place... 00:02:15
9.   Part I: IX. Pastorale 00:00:39
10.   Part I: X. Narrator: He took the book and began to read 00:02:45
11.   Part I: XI. Airs by a Stream (Reprise) 00:00:50
12.   Part I: XII. Soldier: They have nothing - and yet they have it all. 00:04:02
13.   Part I: XIII. Airs by a Stream (Reprise) 00:00:49
14.   Part II: I. The Soldier's March (Reprise) 00:01:51
15.   Part II: II. Narrator: Now he comes to another land 00:02:26
16.   Part II: III. The Royal March 00:02:39
17.   Part II: IV. Narrator: They gave the word for the band to play 00:04:50
18.   Part II: V. The Little Concert 00:03:00
19.   Part II: VI. Narrator: The princess is lying on her bed 00:00:17
20.   Part II: VII. Tango 00:02:09
21.   Part II: VIII. Valse 00:01:55
22.   Part II: IX. Ragtime 00:02:08
23.   Part II: X. Narrator: The Soldier and the Princess are in each other's arms 00:00:38
24.   Part II: XI. The Devil's Dance 00:01:22
25.   Part II: XII. Narrator: The Devil falls exhausted 00:00:15
26.   Part II: XIII. Little Chorale 00:00:41
27.   Part II: XIV. The Devil's Song 00:00:42
28.   Part II: XV. Great Chorale 00:03:53
29.   Part II: XVI. Narrator: 'Suppose, suppose we went there!' 00:01:36
30.   Part II: XVII. Triumphal March of the Devil 00:02:18

Stravinsky, Igor

  Concerto in E-Flat Major, "Dumbarton Oaks"
31.   I. Tempo giusto 00:04:58
32.   II. Allegretto 00:04:33
33.   III. Con moto 00:05:37

Total Playing Time: 01:16:05






Composer(s):
Stravinsky, Igor

Lyricist(s):
Ramuz, Charles-Ferdinand

Conductor(s):
Ward, Nicholas

Orchestra(s):
Northern Chamber Orchestra

Artist(s):
Keeble, Jonathan; Soames, Benjamin; Timson, David

Label: Naxos

Genre: Concertos; Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.553662

Barcode: 0730099466226

Physical Release: 01/1999

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