Stravinsky (Igor)

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Stravinsky (Igor)
Ɵ Autograph letter signed. Morges, November 4, 1919, 1 page in-4 in black ink, thin paper adorned as letterhead with "IS" dry stamp (27.3 x 21.5 cm). Devauchelle folder. Just after the Great War, rare autograph letter signed by Igor Stravinsky, then at the turning point between L'Histoire du soldat and Pulcinella, about his pre-war compositions, citing his current publisher in London (Kling) and mentioning a biography of himself by Ernest Ansermet. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) was always close to writers, particularly Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz in the period immediately following the premiere of L'Histoire du soldat in 1918 in Lausanne under the musical direction of Ernest Ansermet. Stravinsky's untyped letters are extremely rare. Provenance: Addressee unknown.
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