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Quatre études, pour orchestre (English: Four Studies, for Orchestra) is a collection of arrangements of works by Russian composer "Igor Stravinsky. This composition was finished in 1928 and premiered in Berlin in 1930 by "Ernest Ansermet. It was revised afterwards in 1952.


This composition is an arrangement for orchestra of two works by Stravinsky: "Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914) and "Étude pour pianola (1921). The movements are placed in this order and all titles were changed. A typical performance of this work should last up to nine minutes. The movement list is as follows:

  1. Danse (Dance). Con moto
  2. "Excentrique" (Eccentric). Moderato
  3. "Cantique" (Canticle). Largo
  4. "Madrid". Allegro con moto.

Notable recordings[edit]

Notable recordings of this composition include:

Orchestra Conductor Record Company Year of Recording Format
"Chicago Symphony Orchestra "Pierre Boulez "Deutsche Grammophon 1993 CD[1]


  1. ^ "STRAVINSKY Der Feuervogel Boulez - Catalogue". Deutsche Grammophon. 1993-08-02. Retrieved 2011-04-05. 

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