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Roehampton University London Stravinsky the Global Dancer: A Chronology of Choreography to the Music of Igor Stravinsky

All Dance Records.

Dances are ordered by the premiere year of the Dance, then the full performance date of the Dance, then the Dance title.

* - partial use of score.
† - musical collage.


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Premiere Year 1910 
Dance L' Oiseau de feu (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Michel Fokine  1880 - 1942 
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario Michel Fokine 
Design Sets: Alexander Golovine; Cost: Alexander Golovine, additional costumes, Léon Bakst 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 25 June 1910  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Gabriel Pierné 
Principal Dancers Tamara Karsavina (The Firebird), Michel Fokine (Ivan Tsarevitch), Vera Fokina (The Beautiful Tsarevna), Alexis Bulgakov (Kashchei) 
Note For large ensemble, incorporating elements from various Russian fairytales, essentially about good overcoming evil. The magical Firebird helps Ivan to destroy the evil Kashchei, thereby releasing his prisoners and enabling Ivan's marriage to the beautiful Tsarevna. Mixed classical/character style. The ballet has become widely established in the international repertory and prompted many stagings named 'after Fokine'. 
Record 1 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1911 
Dance Petrushka (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Michel Fokine  1880 - 1942 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky and Alexandre Benois 
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 13 June 1911  Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France 
Conductor Pierre Monteux 
Principal Dancers Tamara Karsavina (Ballerina), Vaslav Nijinsky (Petrushka), Alexandre Orloff (Moor), Enrico Cecchetti (Showman) 
Note For large ensemble, in four scenes 1. The Butterweek Fair; 2. Petrushka's Cell; 3. the Moor's Cell; 4. The Fair. The ballet tells the story of three puppets, Petrushka in love with the ballerina, eventually killed by the Moor whom she prefers. Character style. The ballet has become widely established in the international repertory and prompted many stagings named 'after Fokine'. 
Record 2 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1913 
Dance Le Sacre du printemps (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky  1889 - 1950 
Music The Rite of Spring  1911-13; rev 1947  First Performance: 29 May 1913, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 
Pictures from pagan Russia in two parts  Length of score: 33'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky and Nicholas Roerich 
Design Nicholas Roerich 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 29 May 1913  Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France 
Conductor Pierre Monteux 
Principal Dancers Maria Piltz (Chosen Maiden), Ludmila Guliuk (Old Woman), Alexander Vorontzov (Sage) 
Note For large ensemble, set in ancient Russia: the enactment of a pagan rite in which a young girl is chosen to dance herself to death to propitiate the god of spring. Part 1: Adoration of the Earth; Part 2: The Sacrifice. Inverted, anti-classical movement style. The ballet was reconstructed by Millicent Hodson and Kenneth Archer, Joffrey Ballet (1987). 
Record 3 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1914 
Dance Feu d'artifice 
Choreographer Loie Fuller  1862 - 1928 
Music Fireworks  1908; rev. 1909  First Performance: 22 January 1910, St. Petersburg 
a fantasy for orchestra, opus 4  Length of score: 4'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Loie Fuller Dancers (The Muses) 
First Performance 07 May 1914  Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 4 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1914 
Dance Le Rossignol (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Boris Romanov  1891 - 1957 
Music The Nightingale  1908 - 09, 1913 - 14; rev. 1962  First Performance: 26 May 1914, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Lyric tale in three acts  Length of score: 45'
Text: Stepan Mitusov, after Hans Christian Andersen 
Scenario Stravinsky and Stepan Mitusov, after Hans Christian Andersen 
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 26 May 1914  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Pierre Monteux 
Principal Dancers Max Frohman, Nicolas Kremnev 
Note Opera, with singers in the pit, their roles mimed and danced on stage. It tells of the Emperor of China, entranced by the song of a nightingale. When he faces death, the nightingale returns and he is restored to life. 
Record 5 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1915 
Dance Petrouchka 
Choreographer Louis Chalif   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Costumes: Esther Peck 
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Neighborhood Playhouse, New York, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Irene Lewisohn (Petrouchka) 
Note For ensemble, with a woman playing Petrouchka. The score was played on two pianos.  
Record 6 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1917 
Dance Les Abeilles 
Choreographer Léo Staats  1887 - 1952 
Music Scherzo fantastique, opus 3  1907 - 08; rev. 1930  First Performance: 6 February 1909, St. Petersburg 
for orchestra  Length of score: 12'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Maxime Dethomas 
Company Paris Opera Ballet 
First Performance 10 January 1917  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Gabriel Grovlez 
Principal Dancers Carlotta Zambelli (Queen) 
Note  
Record 7 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1917 
Dance Spring 
Choreographer Margaret Morris  1891 - 1980 
Music Three Japanese Lyrics  1912 - 13  First Performance: 14 January 1914, Salle Erard, Paris 
for high voice and piano or chamber orchestra  Length of score: 4'
Text: Russian translated from Japanese by A. Brandta 
Scenario  
Design Cost: J.D. Fergusson 
Company  
First Performance February 1917  Margaret Morris Club, London, UK 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note Performed to the French translation by Maurice Delarge, for an all-female cast including a group of children. 
Record 8 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1917 
Dance Pastorale 
Choreographer Margaret Morris  1891 - 1980 
Music Pastorale  1907  First Performance: 9 January 1908, St. Petersburg 
song without words for soprano and piano  Length of score: 4'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Margaret Morris 
Company  
First Performance 07 May 1917  Margaret Morris Club, London, UK 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Flossey Jolley, Kathleen Dillon 
Note For two female dancers, often performed as part of a set entitled 'Songs with Movements'. 
Record 9 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1918 
Dance Le Rossignol 
Choreographer Vsevolod Meyerhold   
Music The Nightingale  1908 - 09, 1913 - 14; rev. 1962  First Performance: 26 May 1914, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Lyric tale in three acts  Length of score: 45'
Text: Stepan Mitusov, after Hans Christian Andersen 
Scenario  
Design Alexander Golovine 
Company Maryinsky 
First Performance 30 May 1918  Maryinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 10 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1918 
Dance L' Histoire du Soldat (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Georges Pitoëff and Ludmilla Pitoëff   
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design René Auberjonois 
Company  
First Performance 28 September 1918  Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne, Switzerland 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Gabriel Rosset (Soldier), Georges Pitoëff (Devil -- danced), Ludmilla Pitoëff (Princess), [Elie Gagnebin (Narrator), Jean Villard (Devil -- spoken)] 
Note For small ensemble, including 2 dancers, about the soldier and the devil who try to outwit each other; finally, the soldier succumbs. The format was narration, acting and dance in a modern style. This was the basis of several subsequent productions involving the Pitoëffs and therefore seen here as revivals: Paris (1924 and 1946), Geneva and Lausanne (1945). 
Record 11 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1920 
Dance Le Chant du rossignol (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Léonide Massine  1895 - 1979 
Music The Song of the Nightingale  1917  First Performance: 6 December 1919, Geneva 
Symphonic poem for orchestra  Length of score: 20'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Henri Matisse 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 02 February 1920  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Tamara Karsavina (The Nightingale), Lydia Sokolova (Death), Stanislas Idzikowski (Mechanical Nightingale), Serge Grigoriev (The Emperor) 
Note For large ensemble with the following scenes 1. The Fête in the Emperor of China's Palace; 2. The Two Nightingales; 3. Illness and Recovery of the Emperor of China. Character style. The music was derived from the opera Le Rossignol (1914). Though commissioned for ballet, this version of the score received its concert premiere prior to the ballet premiere. 
Record 12 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1920 
Dance Pulcinella (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Léonide Massine  1895 - 1979 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Pablo Picasso 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 15 May 1920  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Léonide Massine (Pulcinella), Tamara Karsavina(Pimpinella), Lubov Tchernicheva (Prudenza), Vera Nemchinova (Rosetta), Sigmund Novak (Furbo), Stanislas Idzikowski (Caviello), Nicholas Zverev (Florindo), Enrico Cecchetti (The Doctor) 
Note For large ensemble, based on the commedia dell' arte play The Four Pulcinellas, all the girls in love with Pulcinella, a complicated tale of jealousy, murder plots, disguise and, finally, resolution in a series of marriages. Mixed demi-caractère/character style. Revivals, La Scala, Milan (1971), Joffrey Ballet, New York (1974). 
Record 13 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1920 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Leonid Leontiev, after Michel Fokine   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario Alexandre Benois and Igor Stravinsky 
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company GATOB Ballet Company 
First Performance 20 November 1920  GATOB (State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet), Petrograd, Russia 
Conductor Emil Cooper 
Principal Dancers Leonid Leontiev (Petrushka), Elena Lukom (Ballerina), Vassili Vainonen (Moor) 
Note Leontiev revived many aspects of the Fokine production but made a number of innovations of his own. The Leontiev staging suggests a more robust, extrovert Petrushka character. This version of Petrushka is still in the repertory of the St. Petersburg Ballet. 
Record 14 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1920 
Dance Le Sacre du printemps 
Choreographer Léonide Massine  1895 - 1979 
Music The Rite of Spring  1911-13; rev 1947  First Performance: 29 May 1913, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 
Pictures from pagan Russia in two parts  Length of score: 33'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Sravinsky and Nicholas Roerich 
Design Nicholas Roerich 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 14 December 1920  Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Lydia Sokolova (Chosen Maiden)  
Note For large ensemble, set in ancient Russia. The work follows the outline of the original Sacre scenario, and uses the same designs, but there is less specific reference in the choreography. Inverted, anti-classical movement style. Revivals, Philadelphia (1930), Milan (1948, 1962), Stockholm (1956), Nice (1994).  
Record 15 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1921 
Dance Firebird 
Choreographer Fedor Lopukhov  1886 - 1973 
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Alexander Golovine 
Company GATOB Ballet Company 
First Performance 02 October 1921  GATOB (State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet), Petrograd, Russia 
Conductor Emil Cooper 
Principal Dancers Elena Lukom (Firebird), Boris Shavroff (Tsarevitch) 
Note For large ensemble, following the original Firebird scenario, but stressing the power of reason in overcoming evil, Slavic source material and a fearless, threatening Firebird character. An example of strict music visualisation and use of musical principles in choreography. Mixed classical/character style with new acrobatic moves introduced in the Firebird/Prince Ivan pas de deux. 
Record 16 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1922 
Dance [not known] 
Choreographer George Balanchine  1904 - 1983 
Music Ragtime  1917 - 18  First Performance: 27 April 1920, Aeolian Hall, London 
for eleven instruments  Length of score: 4½'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Petrograd, Russia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note See Choreography by George Balanchine, p. 236.  
Record 17 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1922 
Dance Ragtime 
Choreographer Léonide Massine  1895 - 1979 
Music Ragtime  1917 - 18  First Performance: 27 April 1920, Aeolian Hall, London 
for eleven instruments  Length of score: 4½'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance 03 April 1922  Covent Garden Opera House, London, UK 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Lydia Lopokova, Léonide Massine 
Note The dance was performed as part of an entertainment alongside the showing of a silent film based on the Italian opera Theodora. 
Record 18 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1922 
Dance Renard (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Bronislava Nijinska  1891 - 1972 
Music Renard  1915 - 16  First Performance: 18 May 1922, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble  Length of score: 20'
Text: Igor Stravinsky, after Alexander Afanasiev 
Scenario  
Design Michel Larionov 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 18 May 1922  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Bronislava Nijinska (The Fox), Stanislas Idzikowski (The Cock), Jean Jasvinsky (The Goat), Michel Fedorov (The Cat) 
Note For small ensemble, a ballet-burlesque telling how the Cat and Goat outwit the Fox when he attempts to capture their friend the Cock: the story repeats and finally they kill him. Incorporating acrobatic movement. The music was commissioned by the Princesse de Polignac, and completed some years before Nijinska became the first choreographer. 
Record 19 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1922 
Dance Pastorale 
Choreographer Penelope Spencer  1901 - 1993 
Music Pastorale  1907  First Performance: 9 January 1908, St. Petersburg 
song without words for soprano and piano  Length of score: 4'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance 30 August 1922  Festival, Glastonbury, UK 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Penelope Spencer  
Note Solo. 
Record 20 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1923 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Margarita Froman  1890 - 1970 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Pavel Froman 
Company Croatian National Theatre Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb, Yugoslavia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 21 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1923 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Nini Willenz and Josef Schlembach   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design L. C. Bilarg 
Company Darmstadt Ballet 
First Performance 12 April 1923  Landestheater, Darmstadt, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Nini Willenz (Petruschka), Aenne Osborn (Ballerina), Wera Donaltes (Moor) 
Note  
Record 22 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1923 
Dance Les Noces (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Bronislava Nijinska  1891 - 1972 
Music Les Noces  1914 - 23  First Performance: 13 June 1923, Théâtre de la Gaîté Lyrique, Paris 
Russian dance scenes with song and music  Length of score: 24'
Text: Stravinsky after traditional Russian texts 
Scenario  
Design Natalia Gontcharova 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 13 June 1923  Théâtre de la GaÎté-Lyrique, Paris, France 
Conductor Ernest Ansermet 
Principal Dancers Felia Doubrovska, (The Bride), Léon Woizikowsky (The Bridegroom), Lubov Tchernicheva, Nicholas Semenov 
Note For large ensemble, a highly stylised Russian wedding ritual. Part 1, 1: At the Bride's House (The Tresses); 2: At the Bridegroom's House; 3: The Bride's Departure; Part 2: The Wedding Feast. Idiosyncratic, modernist style incorporating classical elements. The ballet has become widely established in the international repertory. 
Record 23 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1924 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Hartmann   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance 07 December 1924  Stadttheater, Lübeck, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 24 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Heinrich Kröller   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Leo Pasetti 
Company Bayerische Staatsoper Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  National Theatre, Munich, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 25 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Heinrich Kröller   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design  
Company Bayerische Staatsoper Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  National Theatre, Munich, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 26 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance L' Histoire du Soldat 
Choreographer Georgi Kroll   
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance 27 April 1925  Teatro d'Arte di Pirandello, Rome, Italy 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 27 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Max Terpis  1889 - 1958 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Panos Aravantinos 
Company Berlin Staatsoper Ballet 
First Performance 07 June 1925  Staatsoper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor Erich Kleiber 
Principal Dancers Harald Kreutzberg (Furbo), Max Terpis, Elisabeth Grube, Dorothea Albu 
Note  
Record 28 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Renard 
Choreographer Franz Hörth (Dir.)   
Music Renard  1915 - 16  First Performance: 18 May 1922, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble  Length of score: 20'
Text: Igor Stravinsky, after Alexander Afanasiev 
Scenario  
Design Panos Aravantinos 
Company Berlin Staatsoper Ballet 
First Performance 07 June 1925  Staatsoper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor Erich Kleiber 
Principal Dancers Harald Kreutzberg (Fox) 
Note  
Record 29 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Le Chant du rossignol 
Choreographer George Balanchine  1904 - 1983 
Music The Song of the Nightingale  1917  First Performance: 6 December 1919, Geneva 
Symphonic poem for orchestra  Length of score: 20'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky, after Hans Christian Andersen 
Design Henri Matisse 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 17 June 1925  Théâtre de la Gaîté-Lyrique, Paris, France 
Conductor Marc-César Scotto 
Principal Dancers Alicia Markova (Nightingale), Lydia Sokolova (Death), Serge Grigoriev (Emperor), George Balanchine (Mechanical Nightingale), Nicolas Kremnev (Japanese Maestro) 
Note For large ensemble, with the following scenes 1. The Fête in the Emperor of China's Palace; 2. The Two Nightingales; 3. Illness and Recovery of the Emperor of China. In character and neo-classical styles, a new version of Massine's 1920 production, using the same designs. The ballet was reconstructed by Millicent Hodson and Kenneth Archer, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo (1999). 
Record 30 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Jazz 
Choreographer Bronislava Nijinska  1891 - 1972 
Music Ragtime  1917 - 18  First Performance: 27 April 1920, Aeolian Hall, London 
for eleven instruments  Length of score: 4½'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Cost: Alexandra Exter 
Company Theatre Chorégraphique Nijinska 
First Performance 03 August 1925  Winter Gardens Theatre, Margate, UK 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Bronislava Nijinska, Eugene Lapitzky 
Note Black face duet inspired by black American culture. Character style. 
Record 31 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Historie vojáka  
Choreographer Jaroslav Hladík   
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design V. M. Auberjannois 
Company Ballet of the National Theatre, Brno 
First Performance 24 November 1925  National Theatre, Brno, Czechoslovakia 
Conductor Zdenek Chalabala 
Principal Dancers  
Note The producer was Oto Zítek. 
Record 32 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1925 
Dance Suite 
Choreographer Valeria Kratina  1892 - 1983 
Music Three Easy Pieces  1914 - 15  First Performance: 9 February 1918, Paris 
for piano duet  Length of score: 3'
Text:  
Five Easy Pieces  1917  First Performance: 9 February 1918, Paris 
for piano duet  Length of score: 9'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Tanzgruppe Kratina 
First Performance 30 November 1925  Vienna, Austria 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note For 11 dancers originally (later for smaller group), some numbers solos, some for group. The Espagnola was not danced, played on the piano, and later omitted. The dance was later called Suite in Blau. 
Record 33 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Ede Brada   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Budapest State Opera Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  State Opera House, Budapest, Hungary 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 34 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Tanzsuite 
Choreographer Gertrude Bodenwieser  1890 - 1959 
Music Suite No. 1  1925  First Performance: 2 March 1926, Haarlem 
for small orchestra  Length of score: 7'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Tanzgruppe Gertrud Bodenwieser 
First Performance Not Known  , Austria 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note Comprising at various times one or more from the following dance titles: Lied, Burletta, Zwei Karikaturen (Girls and Exotisches Orchester). Lied and Burletta could be Suite No. 1 Andante and Napolitana, but Bodenwieser could have mixed items from both Stravinsky Suites. 
Record 35 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Pétrouchka 
Choreographer Boris Romanov  1891 - 1957 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky and Alexandre Benois 
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company La Scala Opera Ballet 
First Performance 09 May 1926  Teatro alla Scala, Milan, Italy 
Conductor Igor Stravinsky 
Principal Dancers Anatol Obouchoff (Pétrouchka), Vincenzo Celli (Moor), Cia Fornaroli (Ballerina), Egidio Rossi (Showman) 
Note  
Record 36 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Petruška 
Choreographer Jaroslav Hladík   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Josef Capek 
Company Ballet of the National Theatre, Brno 
First Performance 15 May 1926  National Theatre, Brno, Czechoslovakia 
Conductor František Neumann 
Principal Dancers  
Note The producer was Oto Zítek. 
Record 37 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Fedor Lopukhov  1886 - 1973 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario Fedor Lopukhov 
Design Vladimir Dimitriev 
Company GATOB Ballet Company 
First Performance 16 May 1926  GATOB, (State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet), Leningrad, USSR (Russia) 
Conductor Alexander Gauk 
Principal Dancers Boris N. Komarov (Pulcinella), Elizaveta V. Gerdt and Taissia A.Troyanovskaya (Smeraldina) 
Note For large ensemble, with a new commedia plot that was anti-bourgeois satire and showed Pulcinella as a 'worker'. Mixed classical and character dance, with a high proportion of dancing in relation to mime. It received 10 performances, musical performance fees forcing early closure. 
Record 38 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Yvonne Georgi  1903 - 1975 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design  
Company Gera Opera Ballet 
First Performance 27 May 1926  Reussische Theater, Gera, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note Revivals, Hanover (1926 and 1963). 
Record 39 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1926 
Dance Petrouchka 
Choreographer Yvonne Georgi  1903 - 1975 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design George Kirsta 
Company Hanover Opera Ballet 
First Performance 08 December 1926  Städtische Bühnen, Hanover, Germany 
Conductor Rudolf Krasselt 
Principal Dancers Harald Kreutzberg (Petrouchka), Mila Cirul (Ballerina), Werner Stammer (Moor), Otto Fillmar (Charlatan)  
Note For large ensemble, following the original Petrushka scenario. Character style. 
Record 40 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Firebird 
Choreographer Lisa Steier   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Isaac Grunewald 
Company Royal Swedish Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Royal Opera House, Stockholm, Sweden 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 41 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Valentin Froman   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Marijan Trepse 
Company Croatian National Theatre Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb, Yugoslavia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 42 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Lisa Steier   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Isaac Grunewald 
Company Royal Swedish Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Royal Opera House, Stockholm, Sweden 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 43 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Renard 
Choreographer Fedor Lopukhov  1886 - 1973 
Music Renard  1915 - 16  First Performance: 18 May 1922, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble  Length of score: 20'
Text: Igor Stravinsky, after Alexander Afanasiev 
Scenario Fedor Lopukhov 
Design Vladimir Dimitriev 
Company GATOB Ballet Company 
First Performance 02 January 1927  GATOB, (State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet), Leningrad, USSR (Russia) 
Conductor Alexander Gauk 
Principal Dancers Konstantin Zuykov (Fox), Andrei Lopukhov (Cock), Boris Komarov (Cat), Vasily Vainonen (Ram) 
Note For 4 dancers, in the style of the contemporary buffoon play, following the original Renard scenario. The singers also appeared onstage. A mix of character dance and acrobatics. The work received three performances. 
Record 44 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Giovanni Pratesi   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company La Scala Opera Ballet 
First Performance 20 March 1927  La Scala, Milan, Italy 
Conductor Antonino Votto 
Principal Dancers Cia Fornaroli (Ballerina), Mascagno (Moor), Vincenzo Celli (Petrushka), Enrico Cecchetti (Showman) 
Note  
Record 45 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance The Soldier's Tale 
Choreographer Lydia Lopukhova  1891 - 1981 
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design Nicholas Galitzine and Vera Soudeikine 
Company  
First Performance 10 July 1927  Arts Theatre Club, London, UK 
Conductor Edward Clark 
Principal Dancers Dancers and other performers: Harcourt Williams (Reader), Ivan Firth (Soldier), Frank Cochrane (Devil), Lydia Lopukhova (Princess) 
Note  
Record 46 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Hanns Storck  1897-1962 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Zurich Ballet 
First Performance 09 September 1927  Stadttheater, Zurich, Switzerland 
Conductor Max Conrad 
Principal Dancers Hanns Storck (Petruschka), Isolde Rogorsch (Ballerina), Edith Carola (Moor), Franz Stenger (Charlatan) 
Note  
Record 47 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Marsch, Polka, Galopp und Waltzer (Groteske Tanzszene) 
Choreographer Harald Kreutzberg and Yvonne Georgi  HK: 1902-1968, YG: 1903 - 1975 
Music Suite No. 2  1915 - 21  First Performance: 25 November 1925, Frankfurt-am-Main 
for small orchestra  Length of score: 5'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Hanover Opera Ballet 
First Performance 05 October 1927  Opernhaus, Hanover, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 48 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1927 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Lizzie Maudrik   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Nicola Benois 
Company Ballet of the Städtische Oper Berlin 
First Performance 16 December 1927  Städtische Oper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor Robert F. Denzler 
Principal Dancers Erna Sydow (Firebird), Alice Uhlen (Princess), Georg Groke (Kasche12), Helmuth Zehnpfennig (Ivan)  
Note The production was staged by Prof. Issai Dobrowen. 
Record 49 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Rudi Perger   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Nürnberg, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 50 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Firebird 
Choreographer Margarita Froman  1890 - 1970 
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known   
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 51 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Firebird 
Choreographer Teodor Vasiljev   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Marijan Trepse 
Company Croatian National Theatre Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb, Yugoslavia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 52 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Petrouchka 
Choreographer Harald-Josef Fürstenau   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Ballett am Badischen Staatstheater Karlsruhe 
First Performance Not Known  Badisches Staatstheater, Karlsruhe, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 53 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Wiener   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design  
Company Gera Opera Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Duke of Reuss Theatre, Gera, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 54 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Boris Romanov  1891 - 1957 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Rodolfo Franco 
Company Teatro Colon Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Conductor Aquiles Lietti 
Principal Dancers Helene Smirnova, Dora Del Grande, Leticia de la Vega, Boris Romanov, Sinibaldo Cofone, Raul Dall'Lago 
Note Revival, Rome (1936). 
Record 55 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Max Terpis  1889 - 1958 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Ewald Dülberg 
Company Berlin Staatsoper Ballet 
First Performance 25 February 1928  Staatsoper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor Otto Klemperer 
Principal Dancers Edith Moser, Rudolf Kölling, Walter Junk 
Note  
Record 56 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance L' Histoire du soldat 
Choreographer Michio Ito  1892 - 1961 
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design Donald Oenslager 
Company League of Composers 
First Performance 25 March 1928  Jolson Theatre, New York, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Dancers and other performers: Tom Powers (Narrator), Blake Scott, Lilly Lubel 
Note  
Record 57 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Apollon Musagète (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Adolph Bolm  1884 - 1951 
Music Apollon Musagète  1927 - 28; rev. 1947  First Performance: 27 April 1928, Library of Congress, Washington DC 
Ballet in two scenes for string orchestra  Length of score: 30'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Nicholas Remisoff 
Company  
First Performance 27 April 1928  Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Adolph Bolm (Apollo), Ruth Page (Terpsichore), Elise Reiman (Calliope), Bernice Holmes (Polyhymnia) 
Note For 1 male and 3 female dancers, with overt Greco-Roman reference in the designs. In the prologue, the three Muses danced around a sacred flame, Apollo then appeared and further dances ensued. Classical style. The stage was tiny, the ballet performed once. 
Record 58 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance L' Oiseau de feu 
Choreographer Sonia Korty   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Ballet of the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie 
First Performance 02 June 1928  Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, Brussels, Belgium 
Conductor Maurice Bastin 
Principal Dancers Sonia Korty (Firebird), G. Lange (Beautiful Tsarevna), Mme Bella Darms (Hindu prince), R. Delvigne (Oriental princess), P. Hanssens (Kastchei the Immortal), M.E. de Ghistelles (Ivan Tsarevitch), M. Rogers (Monster) 
Note  
Record 59 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Apollon Musagète 
Choreographer George Balanchine  1904 - 1983 
Music Apollon Musagète  1927 - 28; rev. 1947  First Performance: 27 April 1928, Library of Congress, Washington DC 
Ballet in two scenes for string orchestra  Length of score: 30'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky 
Design André Bauchant 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 12 June 1928  Théâtre de Sarah-Bernhardt, Paris, France 
Conductor Igor Stravinsky 
Principal Dancers Serge Lifar (Apollo), Alice Nikitina (Terpsichore), Lubov Tchernicheva (Calliope), Felia Doubrovska (Polyhymnia), Sophie Orlova (Leto, mother of Apollo) 
Note For 7 dancers, showing the birth of Apollo (Sc.1), dances for Apollo and the three Muses, and their ascent to Parnassus (Sc.2). The ballet, in neo-classical style, has become widely established in the international repertory. Its title has sometimes been modified (currently Apollo), its designs often changed (now practice clothes and no scenery) and Sc. 1 is now omitted. 
Record 60 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Le Baiser de la fée (to commissioned score) 
Choreographer Bronislava Nijinska  1891 - 1972 
Music The Fairy's Kiss  1928; rev. 1950  First Performance: 27 November 1928, Théâtre national de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in four scenes  Length of score: 43'
Text:  
Scenario Igor Stravinsky 
Design Alexandre Benois 
Company Ballets d'Ida Rubinstein 
First Performance 27 November 1928  Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris, France 
Conductor Igor Stravinsky 
Principal Dancers Ida Rubinstein (The Fairy), Anatole Vilzak (Rudi), Ludmila Schollar (Babette) 
Note For large ensemble, based on Andersen's The Ice Maiden: a Fairy kisses a child at birth, and later, after appearing disguised as a gypsy woman and his bride-to-be, abducts him from his wedding ceremony to live with her forever. Neo-classical and demi-caractère styles, with reference to the Romantic period. Revival, Buenos Aires (1933), Théâtre de la danse Nijinska, Paris (1934). 
Record 61 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1928 
Dance Firebird 
Choreographer Kaj Smith   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Sets: Ove Christian Pederson; Cost: Axel Brunn 
Company  
First Performance 03 December 1928  Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 62 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Deux Petites Suites† 
Choreographer Ruth Loeser   
Music Suite No. 1  1925  First Performance: 2 March 1926, Haarlem 
for small orchestra  Length of score: 7'
Text:  
Suite No. 2  1915 - 21  First Performance: 25 November 1925, Frankfurt-am-Main 
for small orchestra  Length of score: 5'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Sets: Hellmut Jurgens 
Company Tanzgruppe des Stadttheaters Düsseldorf 
First Performance Not Known  Stadttheater, Dusseldorf, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note For 9 dancers. 
Record 63 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Hannah Spohr   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Walter Giskes 
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Stadttheater, Dortmund, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 64 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Marion Herrmann   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Königsberg Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Opernhaus, Königsberg, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 65 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Ruth Loeser   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Hellmut Jurgens 
Company Dusseldorf Opera Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Opernhaus, Dusseldorf, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 66 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Les Noces 
Choreographer Marion Herrmann   
Music Les Noces  1914 - 23  First Performance: 13 June 1923, Théâtre de la Gaîté Lyrique, Paris 
Russian dance scenes with song and music  Length of score: 24'
Text: Stravinsky after traditional Russian texts 
Scenario  
Design Fritz Jakobs 
Company Königsberg Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Städtisches Theater, Königsberg, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 67 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Lasar Galpern   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Hans Blanke 
Company Cologne Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Opernhaus, Cologne, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 68 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Renard 
Choreographer Valerie Godard   
Music Renard  1915 - 16  First Performance: 18 May 1922, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble  Length of score: 20'
Text: Igor Stravinsky, after Alexander Afanasiev 
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Stadttheater, Breslau, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note Under the auspices of Oskar Schlemmer, part of an evening including Le Rossignol. 
Record 69 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance The Song of the Nightingale 
Choreographer Lizzie Maudrik   
Music The Song of the Nightingale  1917  First Performance: 6 December 1919, Geneva 
Symphonic poem for orchestra  Length of score: 20'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Ballet of the Städtische Oper Berlin 
First Performance Not Known  Städtische Oper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note The production was staged by Prof. Issai Dobrowen. 
Record 70 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Les Noces 
Choreographer Elizaveta Anderson-Ivantzova   
Music Les Noces  1914 - 23  First Performance: 13 June 1923, Théâtre de la Gaîté Lyrique, Paris 
Russian dance scenes with song and music  Length of score: 24'
Text: Stravinsky after traditional Russian texts 
Scenario  
Design Serge Soudeikine 
Company League of Composers 
First Performance 25 April 1929  Metropolitan Opera House, New York, USA 
Conductor Leopold Stokowski 
Principal Dancers Valentina Kashouba (Bride), George Volodin (Bridegroom) 
Note The stage director was Victor Andoga. 
Record 71 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Geschichte vom Soldaten 
Choreographer Rosalia Chladek  1905-1995 
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design Cost: Otto Müller, Maria Müller 
Company  
First Performance 13 May 1929  Stadttheater, Basel, Switzerland 
Conductor Gottfried Becker 
Principal Dancers Rosalia Chladek (Princess), Walter Felsenstein (Devil), Dietrich Teluren (Soldier), [Oskar Wälterlin (Speaker)] 
Note See also Chladek's Die Geschichte vom Soldaten (1957). 
Record 72 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Rosalia Chladek  1905-1995 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Sets: Hermine Venny and Albert Gloor; Cost: Otto and Maria Müller 
Company  
First Performance 13 May 1929  Stadttheater, Basel, Switzerland 
Conductor Gottfried Becker 
Principal Dancers Rosalia Chladek (Petruschka), Nora Siebert (Ballerina), Wilfried Scheitlin (Moor) 
Note The production was directed by Oskar Wälterlin. It followed the original Petruschka scenario. 
Record 73 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1929 
Dance Renard 
Choreographer Serge Lifar  1905 - 1986 
Music Renard  1915 - 16  First Performance: 18 May 1922, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble  Length of score: 20'
Text: Igor Stravinsky, after Alexander Afanasiev 
Scenario  
Design Michel Larionov 
Company Diaghilev's Ballets Russes 
First Performance 21 May 1929  Théâtre de Sarah-Bernhardt, Paris, France 
Conductor Igor Stravinsky 
Principal Dancers Leon Woizikowsky (Fox), Nicolas Efimov and Louis Agustino (Cock), Boris Lissanevitch and Bernardo Agustino (Ram), Jean Hoyer and Adolph Hierlinger (Cat) 
Note For small ensemble, following the original Renard scenario, but with an acrobatic element further emphasised, each of three roles shared between a dancer and an acrobat. The same designs were used as in Nijinska's production. 
Record 74 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Andante, Walzer, Polka†* 
Choreographer Gertrud Leistikow   
Music Five Easy Pieces  1917  First Performance: 9 February 1918, Paris 
for piano duet  Length of score: 9'
Text:  
Three Easy Pieces  1914 - 15  First Performance: 9 February 1918, Paris 
for piano duet  Length of score: 3'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Munich, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Gertrud Leistikow 
Note Solo to three movements selected from two sets of pieces for piano. The work was presented at the third TänzerKongress. 
Record 75 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Die Tänze der Prinzessin* 
Choreographer Elizabeth van der Vies   
Music Suite: The Soldier's Tale  1920  First Performance: 20 July 1920, Wigmore Hall, London 
  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Munich, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note Solo, using the Tango, Waltz and Ragtime from the Suite. It was presented at the third TänzerKongress. 
Record 76 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Kurt Jooss  1901 - 1979 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario Alexandre Benois and Igor Stravinsky 
Design Hein Heckroth 
Company Folkwang-Tanzbühne 
First Performance 08 February 1930  Opernhaus, Essen, Germany 
Conductor Fritz Cohen 
Principal Dancers Kurt Jooss (Charlatan), Rudolf Pescht (Petrushka), Ernst Uthoff (Moor), Elsa Kahl (Dancer) 
Note The original Petrushka scenario was changed so that finally, the roles were exchanged and the Charlatan became the doll. The Dancer wore high boots. 
Record 77 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Harald Kreutzberg  1902-1968 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Oswald Ihrke 
Company Leipzig Ballet (Neues Theater) 
First Performance 23 April 1930  Neues Theater, Leipzig, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Harald Kreutzberg (Petruschka), Herbert Freund (Moor), Yvonne Georgi (Ballerina) 
Note For small ensemble. The ballerina wore sandals. 
Record 78 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Frühlingsopfer 
Choreographer Lasar Galpern   
Music The Rite of Spring  1911-13; rev 1947  First Performance: 29 May 1913, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 
Pictures from pagan Russia in two parts  Length of score: 33'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Sets: Alfred Behrend; Cost: Georg Strauss 
Company Cologne Ballet and Tanzchor  
First Performance 04 May 1930  Opernhaus, Cologne, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Ruth Marcus (Chosen One), Karl Bergeest (Winter Devil), Wilma/Wilhelmine Aug (Youngest One), Angelo de Grimani, Helmuth Hansel 
Note For large ensemble, a symbolic struggle between the seasons. Finally, the Winter Devil (not the Chosen One), is sacrificed and defeated by the women representing Spring. Mixed modern/classical style. 
Record 79 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Rosalia Chladek  1905-1995 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design  
Company Gruppe des Basler Konservatoriums 
First Performance 05 June 1930  Stadttheater, Basel, Switzerland 
Conductor Gottfried Becker 
Principal Dancers Rosalia Chladek (Pulcinella) 
Note  
Record 80 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1930 
Dance Figuren aus Petruschka* 
Choreographer Rosalia Chladek  1905-1995 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance 07 December 1930  Theater der Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Rosalia Chladek 
Note Three solos: Moor, Ballerina and Petrushka, presumably using part of the score. In 1931, Chladek dropped the dance of the Moor and the work was retitled Zwei Figuren aus Petruschka. Piano reduction was used. 
Record 81 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1931 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Senia Gluck-Sandor   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Dance Center, New York 
First Performance Not Known  Intimate Theatre Studio, New York, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Raymond Sawyer (Moor) 
Note The four-hand piano arrangement of the score was used. 
Record 82 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1931 
Dance Frühlingsweihe 
Choreographer Marion Herrmann   
Music The Rite of Spring  1911-13; rev 1947  First Performance: 29 May 1913, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 
Pictures from pagan Russia in two parts  Length of score: 33'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Ludwig Sievert 
Company Frankfurt Opera Dance Group  
First Performance 23 January 1931  Opernhaus, Frankfurt, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Marion Herrmann (The Victim), Artur Sprankel (The Sage), Karl Gold (The High Priest) 
Note For large ensemble, following the outline of the original Sacre scenario.  
Record 83 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1931 
Dance Die Geschichte vom Soldaten 
Choreographer Kurt Jooss  1901 - 1979 
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design Hein Heckroth 
Company Folkwang-Tanzbühne 
First Performance 28 January 1931  Opernhaus, Essen, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Kurt Jooss (Soldier), Karl Bergeest, Elsa Kahl 
Note  
Record 84 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1931 
Dance L' Histoire du Soldat 
Choreographer Jacques Cartier, Ruth Page, Blake Scott  HK: 1902-1968, RP: 1899 - 1991 
Music The Soldier's Tale  1918  First Performance: 28 September 1918, Théâtre Municipal, Lausanne 
to be read, played and danced  Length of score: 50'
Text: Charles Ferdinand Ramuz 
Scenario  
Design Nicholas Remisov 
Company  
First Performance 08 February 1931  Goodman Theatre, Chicago, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Jacques Cartier, Ruth Page, Blake Scott 
Note  
Record 85 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1931 
Dance Pták Ohnivák 
Choreographer Máša Cvejicová   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Pavel Froman 
Company Ballet of the National Theatre, Brno 
First Performance 25 June 1931  National Theatre, Brno, Czechoslovakia 
Conductor Zdenek Chalabala 
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 86 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Der Kuss der Fee 
Choreographer Alice Zickler   
Music The Fairy's Kiss  1928; rev. 1950  First Performance: 27 November 1928, Théâtre national de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in four scenes  Length of score: 43'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company  
First Performance Not Known  D.E.Magdeburg, Germany 
Conductor Walter Beck 
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 87 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Les Noces 
Choreographer Margarita Froman  1890 - 1970 
Music Les Noces  1914 - 23  First Performance: 13 June 1923, Théâtre de la Gaîté Lyrique, Paris 
Russian dance scenes with song and music  Length of score: 24'
Text: Stravinsky after traditional Russian texts 
Scenario  
Design Pavel Froman 
Company Croatian National Theatre Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb, Yugoslavia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 88 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Julian Algo  1899 - 1955 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design John Jon-And 
Company Royal Swedish Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Royal Opera House, Stockholm, Sweden 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 89 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Kurt Jooss  1901 - 1979 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Hein Heckroth 
Company Folkwang-Tanzbühne 
First Performance 31 March 1932  Opernhaus, Essen, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Kurt Jooss (Pulcinella) 
Note  
Record 90 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Petruška 
Choreographer Máša Cvejicová   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Václav Skruzny 
Company Ballet of the National Theatre, Brno 
First Performance 04 June 1932  National Theatre, Brno, Czechoslovakia 
Conductor Zdenek Chalabala 
Principal Dancers  
Note The producer was Branko Gavella. 
Record 91 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance Petruschka 
Choreographer Lizzie Maudrik   
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Wilhelm Reinking 
Company Ballet of the Städtische Oper Berlin 
First Performance 16 June 1932  Städtische Oper, Berlin, Germany 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers Ruth Abromowitsch (Dancer), Georg Groke (Petruschka), Edgar Frank (Moor), Ludwig Egenlauf (Otto, the Theatre Proprietor) 
Note Following the original scenario, in a machine-style setting. 
Record 92 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1932 
Dance La consagración de la primavera 
Choreographer Boris Romanov  1891 - 1957 
Music The Rite of Spring  1911-13; rev 1947  First Performance: 29 May 1913, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris 
Pictures from pagan Russia in two parts  Length of score: 33'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Wladimiro Acosta 
Company Teatro Colon Ballet 
First Performance 17 August 1932  Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Conductor Juan José Castro 
Principal Dancers Dora del Grande, Boris Romanov 
Note  
Record 93 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Helmut Zehnpfennig   
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Roman Clemens 
Company  
First Performance Not Known  Stadttheater, Zürich, Switzerland 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 94 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Petrushka 
Choreographer Anatole Viltzak  1896 - 1998 
Music Petrushka  1910 - 11; rev 1946  First Performance: 13 June 1911, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris 
Burlesque in four scenes  Length of score: 35'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design  
Company Riga Opera Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Latvian Opera and Ballet Theatre, Riga, Latvia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 95 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Laurent Novikoff   
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Paepeke & Badger 
Company New York Music Guild 
First Performance Not Known  Chicago, USA 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 96 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Anatole Viltzak  1896 - 1998 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario  
Design Romana Sutas 
Company Riga Opera Ballet 
First Performance Not Known  Latvian Opera and Ballet Theatre, Riga, Latvia 
Conductor  
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 97 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Der Feuervogel 
Choreographer Aurel Milloss  1906 - 1988 
Music The Firebird  1909 - 10  First Performance: 25 June 1910, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in two scenes  Length of score: 45'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Sets: Wilhelm Huller; Cost: Annie Strauss 
Company Augsburg Ballet 
First Performance 06 January 1933  Stadttheater, Augsburg, Germany 
Conductor O. Miehler 
Principal Dancers Alida Mennen (Firebird), Aurel Milloss (Kostchei the Immortal), Magda Karder (Princess), P. Bölm (Tsarevitch Ivan) 
Note For large ensemble, following the original Firebird scenario and referring to many aspects of the 1910 ballet. Revivals, Augsburg (1935), Rome (1980). 
Record 98 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Apollon a Musy 
Choreographer Máša Cvejicová   
Music Apollon Musagète  1927 - 28; rev. 1947  First Performance: 27 April 1928, Library of Congress, Washington DC 
Ballet in two scenes for string orchestra  Length of score: 30'
Text:  
Scenario  
Design Václav Skruzny 
Company Ballet of the National Theatre, Brno 
First Performance 18 March 1933  National Theatre, Brno, Czechoslovakia 
Conductor Antonín Balatka 
Principal Dancers  
Note  
Record 99 of 1252.


Premiere Year 1933 
Dance Pulcinella 
Choreographer Aurel Milloss  1906 - 1988 
Music Pulcinella  1919 - 20; rev 1965  First Performance: 15 May 1920, Théâtre National de l'Opéra, Paris 
Ballet in one act, based on themes and fragments by Giambattista Pergolesi  Length of score: 37'
Text: traditional 
Scenario Aurel Milloss 
Design Annie Strauss 
Company Augsburg Ballet 
First Performance 07 May 1933  Stadttheater, Augsburg, Germany 
Conductor O. Miehler 
Principal Dancers Aurel Milloss (Pulcinella), Magda Karder (Pimpinella), Alida Mennen (Prudenza) 
Note For large ensemble, introducing a new commedia dell'arte scenario. Revivals, Rome (1951), Rotterdam (1961). 
Record 100 of 1252.


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