That's probably the piece of classical music I've listened to most often. In my youth I had the ambition to do for pop music what Stravinsky did for classical ... the closest I got was quoting the opening motif of The Rite of Spring in a Stoat songthe rite of spring
Stravinsky was big with the jazz crew and there’s an amazing story about Charlie Parker and Stravinsky:i got into it from listening to alice coltrane's eternity album. i was really surprised when i heard the stravinsky piece itself - i hadn't realised she was performing a section of it on the album
That's a great story, never heard it before.Stravinsky was big with the jazz crew and there’s an amazing story about Charlie Parker and Stravinsky:
It thrills to hear of the time in 1951 when Charlie Parker added one more story to the most storied jazz club of all by performing for Igor Stravinsky at Birdland.www.openculture.com
P.S Von Karajan was a nazi, pretty muchThat's a great story, never heard it before.
I have really gotten into this over the last few years...I heard it many times growing up, and was never into it. It clicked recently, in a big way
Edit: Helps having the best orchestra in the world playing it...superhuman
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