Soulima Stravinsky


Soulima Stravinsky

Soulima Igorevich Stravinsky (OldStyleDate|23 September|1910|10 September - 28 November 1994) was a Russian-Swiss composer and musicologist.

He was the son of Igor Stravinsky and Katerina Nossenko, and the grandson of Fyodor Stravinsky. In addition to his many musical compositions, he wrote books on orchestration and the orchestra. His book on orchestration contains an excellent section on brass instruments including many unusual instruments. Like the sons of Johann Sebastian Bach, Soulima Stravinsky was overshadowed by his father.

Works

*"Etudes Pittoresques" (20), for piano
*"The Art of Scales" (24 Preludes), for piano
*"6 Sonatinas for Young Pianists", for piano (or harpsichord)
*"Sonata for Cello and Piano" (1990)
*"Piano Suite for the Right Hand"
*"Music Alphabet", for piano
*"Piano Music for Children", Volume 1 (19 pieces)
*Three string quartets (recorded on CD, label Polymnie)
*Cadenzas (18) and fermatas (4) to Mozart's piano concerti:
**No. 6 in B flat, K. 238
**No. 8 in C, K. 246
**Double Concerto in E flat, K. 365
**No. 11 in F, K. 413
**No. 20 in D minor, K. 466
**No. 21 in C, K. 467 "Elvira Madigan"
**No. 22 in E flat, K. 482
**No. 24 in C minor, K. 491
**No. 25 in C, K. 503, and
**No. 26 in D, K. 537 "Coronation".


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