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Stravinsky: Pulcinella Suite
Transcript of Stravinsky: Pulcinella Suite
Originally, Pullinella was a 18th century play, which Stravinsky adapted for ballet in 1920. This was his neo-classical period. The suite is an adaption or summary of the ballet, written by Stravinsky. Sinfonia is the first part of the suite, meaning overture. Gavotto and Vivo are at the end of the suite. It was revised in 1935, and it shows many examples of neoclassisical music.
Stravinsky was one of the most important composers of the 20th century. He lived from 1882 to 1971, and was born in Russia but moved to America and France for the rest of his life. He started out writing more music that was very unique in technique such as 'Firebird'. He then moved on to neoclassical music.