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вторник, 12 июня 2012 г.

Howard Goodall on Diaghilev's Music, part 1

Howard Goodall looks at the emergence of a distinctly Russian brand of classical music from the early nineteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth. Diaghilev, he points out, was an important force in the development of both Russia's art and its music long before he conceived the notion of 'taking the show on the road'.
The Ballet Russes' sensational debut in Paris, then the world's undisputed capital of creative and artistic culture, brought worldwide exposure to the revolutionary new brand of ballet Diaghilev had helped to create.
Like many of Diaghilev's collaborators, composer Igor Stravinsky also came to real world prominence through his association with the great impresario.

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