excerpt from 'Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography' pp. 140 (82 words)

excerpt from 'Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography' pp. 140 (82 words)

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Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography

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I seize this opportunity of paying a warm tribute to that veteran English conductor, Sir Henry Wood, a musician of the first rank, whose great gifts I had an opportunity of appreciating quite recently - in the autumn of 1934 - at a concert in which I conducted ‘Perséphone’ and he most perfectly ‘L’Oiseau de Feu’ and’ Feu d’Artifice’, and accompanied me with so sure a hand when I played my 'Capriccio'.

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