Chronicle of a Non-Friendship: Letters of Stravinsky and Koussevitzky

Kostalevsky, Marina
December 2002
Musical Quarterly;Winter2002, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p750
Academic Journal
Presents the correspondence between the families of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky and Russian conductor Serge Koussevitzky. Compositions by Stravinsky performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra during Koussevitzky's tenure as music director; Stravinsky's attitude towards Koussevitzky.


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