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Igor Stravinsky Timeline

A year by year alignment of Stravinsky's life and works
Biographical information by Stephen Walsh

The chronological list of works indicates the publisher of each work. For those published by Boosey & Hawkes, links are provided to useful information including scorings, durations and repertoire notes.

Born 5 June (17 June New Style) at Oranienbaum, on the gulf of Finland thirty miles from St. Petersburg, where his father, a leading operatic bass at the Maryinsky Theatre, has rented a dacha.

1882
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Meets his cousin and future wife, Catherine Nossenko, at her father’s estate at Ustilug, western Ukraine.

1890
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Goes to school (2nd St. Petersburg Gymnasium), having previously been taught - like his three brothers - by tutors in the family apartment. First piano lessons. Attends 50th anniversary performance of Glinka’s Ruslan and Lyudmila at Maryinsky, probably the first opera he has seen.

1892

First trip abroad, with his parents to Bad Homburg, near Frankfurt.

1895

Death of his older brother Roman

1897
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1898

Tarantella for piano ms

Begins law studies at St. Petersburg University and, privately, music theory lessons with Akimenko, who is soon replaced by Kalafaty.

1901

Visits Rimsky-Korsakov in Heidelberg and shows him his compositions. Death of his father from cancer.

1902

Storm Cloud for voice and piano FM

 

Scherzo for piano FM

Starts his first large-scale work, a piano sonata, at his uncle’s Samara estate (Pavlovka). Informal work with Rimsky at his dacha at Krapachukha.

1903

Conducts cantata for Rimsky’s 60th birthday at a party in the Rimsky flat.

1904

Sonata in F sharp minor for piano FM

 

Cantata for mixed choir and piano (presumed lost)

 
The Mushrooms Going To War 

for bass and piano BH

Begins regular study with Rimsky

1905

Marries Catherine Nossenko

1906

Conductor and Tarantula for voice and piano (presumed lost)

First public performances: The Faun and the Shepherdess and part of the Symphony in E flat, at rehearsal concerts of the Petersburg Court Orchestra

1907

Symphony in Eb op.1 for orchestra (1907 rev. 1914) For

 

Faun and Sheperdess op.2 for mezzo-soprano and orchestra Bel

 

Pastorale for soprano and piano Sch

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Death of Rimsky-Korsakov

1908

Scherzo Fantastique op.3 for orchestra (1908 rev. 1930) Sch

 

Fireworks op.4 Fantasy for orchestra Sch

 

Funeral Song op.5 for orchestra (1908) BH

 
Two Melodies 

op.6 for mezzo-soprano and piano (1907-08) BH

 

Four Studies op.7 for piano Jur

Serge Diaghilev hears premiere of Scherzo fantastique and a private performance of Fireworks; Stravinsky contributes Chopin orchestrations to Diaghilev’s Paris production of Les Sylphides.

1909

Kobold (Grieg) orchestrated by the composer

 
Nocturne in A flat 

orchestrated by the composer BH

 
Grande valse brillante 

orchestrated by the composer BH

 
Mephistopheles' Lied vom Floh 

transcribed for bass and orchestra BH

First visit to Paris for the Ballets Russes premiere of The Firebird, where he meets Debussy, Ravel, and other notables. After its triumph, decides to winter in Switzerland (Clarens) and the south of France (Beaulieu).

1910

The Firebird (L’Oiseau de feu) Ballet in two scenes Sch

 
Chanson de Mephistopheles dans le cave d'Auerbach 

transcribed for baritone or bass and orchestra BH

 
Two Songs 

for baritone and orchestra BH

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Completes Petrushka in Rome. Paris premiere of Petrushka with Nijinsky, designs by Benois. Summer at Ustilug, but winter again at Clarens, composing The Rite of Spring.

1911
Petrushka 

Burlesque in four scenes (1911 rev. 1947) BH

 
Two Poems of Balmont 

for high voice and piano BH

 

The King of the Stars (Zvezdoliki) for male chorus and orchestra (1911-12) For

First London Firebird. Attends Bayreuth Festival (Meistersinger and Parsifal). First visit to Venice, where he plays part of Rite to Diaghilev. Last St. Petersburg visit for fifty years. In Berlin with the Ballets Russes, meets Schoenberg and attends Pierrot Lunaire.

1912
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First visit to London. Near riot at Paris premiere of The Rite of Spring. Contracts typhoid from a bad oyster. Final summer at Ustilug.

1913
The Rite of Spring 

Ballet in two parts (1913/47) BH

 
Three Japanese Lyrics 

for high voice and piano or chamber orchestra BH

 

Khovanshchina (Mussorgsky) Orchestrations from the opera Br

 
Three Little Songs 

for voice and piano BH

Catherine’s tuberculosis erupts after the birth of fourth child. Completes Nightingale for Moscow Free Theatre, which disbands before the work can be staged. Conducting début (Montreux). Flying visit to Ustilug and Kiev before war breaks out. Works at Salvan and Clarens on Les Noces and Russian songs.

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1914
Le Rossignol 

Lyric tale in three acts BH

 
Three Pieces for String Quartet 

(or piano duet) (1914 rev. 1918) BH

 

Pribaoutki for medium voice and eight instruments Ch

 
Valse des fleurs 

for two pianos (1914-15) BH

 

Three Easy Pieces for piano duet Ch

First meetings with the Futurists in Rome and Milan. Meets C.F. Ramuz. Moves to Morges (Lausanne). More Russian songs, and starts Renard. Conducts Firebird in Geneva and Paris.

1915

Four Russian Peasant Songs (Podblyudna) for female voices a cappella or with four horns (1914-17, rev 1954) Sch/Ch/Ma

 

Berceuses du chat for medium voice and three clarinets (1915-16) Ch

 

With Ballets Russes in Spain. Completes Renard.

1916

Renard burlesque for two tenors, two basses and ensemble Ch

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Scherzo fantastique staged in Paris as a ballet about bees. February revolution in Russia. Meets Picasso in Rome. Death of brother Gury in Romania. Completes first version of Les Noces. Bolshevik revolution finally cuts Stravinsky off from Russia.

1917

Five Easy Pieces for piano duet Ch

 
Le Chant du Rossignol 

Symphonic poem for orchestra (1915-17) BH

 

Trois histoires pour enfants for voice and piano (1916-17) Ch

 
Valse pour les enfants 

for piano BH

 

Song of the Volga Boatmen arranged for wind and percussion Ch

 

Canons for Two Horns (presumed lost)

 

Étude for pianola BH

 

Berceuse for voice and piano FF

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Financial hardship. Collaborates with Ramuz on The Soldier’s Tale, but the flu epidemic prevents all but the Lausanne performance. War ends. His sister-in-law and family reach Morges and move in with the Stravinskys.

1918

The Soldier’s Tale (Histoire du soldat) for three speakers, dancer and seven instrumentalists Ch

 

Ragtime for eleven instruments Ch

 

Three Pieces for clarinet solo Ch

 

Prologue to Boris Godunov (Mussorgsky) transcribed for piano BH

 
Lied ohne Name 

for two bassoons BH

1919

Four Russian Songs for voice and piano (1918-19) Ch

 

Piano-Rag-Music for piano Ch

Pulcinella staged in Paris. Moves from Switzerland, via Brittany, to Coco Chanel’s villa in Garches (Paris). Composes Symphonies of Wind Instruments. Paris revival of The Rite, with choreography by Massine.

1920
Pulcinella 

Ballet in one act (1920 rev. 1965) BH

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Row with Diaghilev over payments, but hardship eased by donations from America. Starts Pulcinella.

 
La Marseillaise 

transcribed for unaccompanied violin BH

 
Symphonies of Wind Instruments  

(1920 rev. 1947) BH

 

Concertino for string quartet Han

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Meets and falls in love with Vera Sudeikina. Moves with family to Biarritz, but takes studio at Maison Pleyel (Paris), with whom he signs a contract to cut piano rolls of his works. In London for The Rite and premiere of Symphonies of Wind, and later for Diaghilev’s production of Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty. Begins Mavra.

1921

Les Cinq doigts Easy pieces for piano Ch

 
The Sleeping Beauty 

arranged for orchestra BH

 
The Sleeping Beauty 

arranged for solo violin and orchestra BH

 

Suite No.2 for chamber orchestra Ch

 
Petrushka 

for piano BH

Vera separates from her husband. Diaghilev stages Renard and Mavra. Starts Octet. Spends autumn in Berlin and meets his mother off a Soviet boat at Stettin. In Berlin, meets Pierre Souvtchinsky and George Antheil. Visited in Paris by Mayakovsky.

1922
Mavra 

Opera buffa in one act (1922 rev. 1947) BH

 
Pulcinella 

for orchesta (c1922 rev. 1949) BH

Les Noces completed and staged. With Vera to Weimar for Bauhaus Soldier’s Tale, meets Busoni, Kandinsky and (probably) Klee. Conducts Paris premiere of the Octet and, for the first time, a whole concert of his works.

1923

Les Noces Russian dance scenes with song and music (1914-23) Ch

 

Trois histoires pour enfants (1915-17) transcribed for voice and orchestra Ch

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Octet for Wind Instruments 

(1923 rev. 1952) BH

Publishes ‘Some ideas about my Octuor’. Completes and premieres Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments. First concert tours, conducting in Belgium and Spain, and playing the concerto in Copenhagen, Warsaw, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Marseille. Paris stage premiere of Soldier’s Tale. Moves with his family from Biarritz to Nice.

1924
 
Sonata 

for piano BH

First US concert tour. Signs first recording contract (with Brunswick). Plays Sonata in Venice. Embarks on Oedipus Rex with Jean Cocteau. His niece Tanya from Leningrad spends a year with the family in Nice.

1925
Serenade in A 

 for piano BH

 

Suite No.1 for small orchestra Ch

Conducts Rite of Spring for the first time. Return to (Orthodox) communion. First journey by air (from Paris to Croydon).

1926
Otche Nash' 

or chorus a cappella (1926 rev. 1949) BH

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Oedipus Rex completed, and premiered (as an oratorio) by Diaghilev. Plays Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments in London. Summer at Echarvines, on the Lac d’Annecy. Begins Apollo to a commission from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge.

1927
Oedipus Rex 

Opera-Oratorio in two acts (1927 rev. 1948) BH

Stage premieres of Oedipus Rex in Vienna, and in Berlin (under Klemperer, attended by the composer). Apollo staged in Washington and by Diaghilev in Paris (choreography by Balanchine). Records Petrushka and Firebird for Columbia, and composes The Fairy’s Kiss for Ida Rubinstein.

1928
Apollon musagète 

 for string orchestra (1928 rev. 1947) BH

 
The Fairy's Kiss - see Le Baiser de la fee 

Ballet in four scenes (1928 rev. 1950) BH

 
Three Little Songs 

(1913) transcribed for voice and small Orchestra (1929-1930) BH

 
Quatre Etudes 

for orchestra (1914-1929 rev. 1952) BH

Composers and premieres Capriccio (under Ansermet in Paris). Death of Diaghilev. Records The Rite of Spring.

1929
Capriccio 

for piano and orchestra (1929 rev. 1949) BH

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Composes Symphony of Psalms (first performances in Brussels and Boston). Summer at Charavines, near Grenoble. First meeting with the violinist Samuel Dushkin for whom he starts a concerto.

1930
Symphony of Psalms 

for chorus and orchestra (1930 rev. 1948) BH

Moves from Nice to Voreppe, near Grenoble. Conducts Violin Concerto with Dushkin in Berlin.

1931

Concerto in D for violin and orchestra Sch

First concert tour in duo with Dushkin, for whom he composes the Duo concertant and various arrangements.

1932
Duo concertant 

for violin and piano BH

 
Simbol'vyeri 

for chorus a cappella (1932 rev 1949/64) BH

Hitler becomes German Chancellor. Collaboration with André Gide on Persephone. Moves from Pleyel into a Paris apartment (rue Viète).

1933

Dialogue Between Joy and Reason for two voices and keyboard (unfinished) ms

Persephone premiered in Paris. Takes French cititzenship. Moves with his whole family from Voreppe into a large Paris apartment in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

1934
Perséphone 

Melodrama in three parts (1934 rev. 1949) BH

 
Bogoroditse D'vo 

for chorus a cappella BH

 
Divertimento for violin and piano 

for orchestra (Symphonic Suite from The Fairy’s Kiss) BH

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Second US tour (with Dushkin). Publication of first volume of autobiography (Chroniques de ma vie). Premieres (with his son Soulima) the Concerto for two pianos. Meets Mussolini in Rome. Marriage of his daughter Lyudmilla with Yury Mandelstam. Catherine, in the advanced stages of tuberculosis, spends much time in a sanatorium in Sancellemoz (Haute-Savoie).

1935

Concerto for two solo pianos Sch

Unsuccessful candidacy for the Académie des Beaux-Arts. South American tour. Composes Jeu de cartes for Lincoln Kirstein’s American Ballet.

1936

Jeu de cartes Ballet in three deals Sch

Third US tour, including premiere of Jeu de cartes in New York (with Balanchine). Much of the year is spent with his family either in Sancellemoz or at the nearby Château de Monthoux at Annemasse. Lyudmilla also ill with tuberculosis. Dispute with Ansermet over cuts to Jeu de cartes.

1937

Petit Ramusianum Harmonique Three quatrains for voice(s) ms

Dumbarton Oaks concerto premiered in Washington under Boulanger. Stravinsky figures in Nazi exhibition of ‘Degenerate Music’ in Düsseldorf. Lyudmilla dies in Paris while Stravinsky is in Italy. Begins Symphony in C.

1938

Concerto in Eb ‘Dumbarton Oaks’ for chamber orchestra Sch

Catherine dies in Paris. Stravinsky himself spends months at Sancellemoz, preparing his Harvard lectures with Roland-Manuel. Death of his mother. Leaves for New York just after outbreak of war. First set of Charles Eliot Norton lectures in Harvard, and concerts in several US cities.

1939
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Vera arrives in the USA, and they marry in Bedford (Massachusetts). Completes Harvard lectures. Applies for US citizenship. Settles in Beverly Hills (Los Angeles). Symphony in C is finished and performed in Chicago, under the composer.

1940

Symphony in C for orchestra Sch

 

Tango for piano Mer/Sch

Moves to West Hollywood, but tours US widely conducting his own music, including the new symphony. Death of his brother Yury in Leningrad.

1941

Star-spangled banner for orchestra and mixed choir Mer

 

Bluebird pas de deux from The Sleeping Beauty (Tchaikovsky) transcribed for small orchestra Sch

Completes Danses concertantes, and works on a variety of occasional pieces, including what will become part of the Symphony in Three Movements

1942

Danses concertantes for chamber orchestra Sch

 

Circus Polka for orchestra Sch

 

Four Norwegian Moods for orchestra Sch

Composes Ode in memory of Natalie Koussevitsky, and revises ‘Danse sacrale’ in The Rite of Spring. Works on film projects, none of which comes to fruition.

1943

Ode Elegiac chant in three parts for orchestra Sch

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More occasional works, including Babel and the Scènes de Ballet. But also composes, on a new religious impulse, the 'Kyrie' and 'Gloria' of the Mass.

1944

Babel Cantata for male chorus, male narrator and orchestra Sch

 
Scenes de Ballet 

for orchestra BH*/Sch/ch

 

Sonata for two pianos BH*/Sch/ch

 
Scherzo a la Russe 

for jazz ensemble or orchestra BH*/Sch/ch

 

Elegy for unaccompanied viola (or violin) BH*/Sch/ch

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End of the war. Stravinsky completes Symphony in Three Movements for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Igor and Vera become US citizens.

1945

Symphony in Three Movements for orchestra Sch

 
Ebony Concerto 

for solo clarinet and jazz ensemble BH**/Mor

Concerts in Cuba and Mexico, as well as across the USA. Revises Petrushka and starts Orpheus for Kirstein’s Ballet Society. Visits Turner, Hogarth and Constable exhibition in Chicago.

1946
Orpheus 

Ballet in three scenes (1946-47) BH

 
Concerto in D 

for string orchestra BH

Correspondence with the 23 year-old Robert Craft about the unpublished Symphonies of Wind Instruments, which Stavinsky is revising. Begins collaboration with W.H. Auden on The Rake’s Progress.

1947
Hommage a Nadia Boulanger 

for two voices BH

 
The Rake's Progress 

Opera in three acts (1948-51) BH

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Completes Mass. First meeting with Craft. Orpheus premiered (New York).

1948
Mass 

for mixed chorus and double wind quintet BH

Dissociates himself from the Soviet peace delegation including Shostakovich. Craft moves in with the Stravinskys and becomes in effect the composer’s assistant and musical secretary.

1949

US travel, both professional and leisure

1950

Completes The Rake’s Progress. Returns to Europe for the first time since 1939 to conduct the premiere in Venice. Concerts in Germany and Italy. In Germany he hears the music of the European avant-garde, including Boulez.

1951
Two Songs 

(1910) transcribed for baritone and small orchestra BH

Encounters with chamber works by Schoenberg and Webern which Craft is rehearsing in Los Angeles. European tour. Takes part in the ‘Oeuvre du XXème siècle’ festival in Paris, at which he hears Berg’s Wozzeck and Boulez’s Structures, and conducts a tableau vivant staging of Oedipus Rex with Cocteau as Speaker and designer. Completes Cantata.

1952
Cantata 

for soprano, tenor, female chorus and ensemble BH

 

Concertino for Twelve Instruments Han

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US premiere of The Rake at the New York Met. Completes Septet. Meets Dylan Thomas with a view to an operatic collaboration, but Thomas dies six months later. First notations for Agon.

1953
Septet 

for mixed ensemble (1936-37 rev. 1953) BH

 
Praeludium 

for jazz ensemble BH

 
Three Songs from William Shakespeare 

for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet and viola BH

 

Tango (1940) transcribed for chamber orchestra Mer/Sch

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Interrupts Agon to compose In Memoriam Dylan Thomas, which Craft conducts at the Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles. Third European tour. Receives gold medal of the Royal Philharmonic Society in London.

1954
In Memoriam Dylan Thomas 

for tenor, string quartet and four trombones BH

 

Four Songs for voice, flute, harp and guitar Ch

 
Two Poems of Balmont 

(1911) transcribed for high voice and chamber orchestra BH

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Starts Canticum Sacrum for the Venice Biennale.

1955
Canticum Sacrum ad honorem Sancti Marci nominis 

for tenor, baritone, chorus and orchestra BH

 
Greeting Prelude 

for orchestra BH

Resumes Agon. Conducts Canticum Sacrum and Vom Himmel hoch in St. Mark’s, Venice, by dispensation of Cardinal Roncalli, the future Pope John XXIII. In Berlin, suffers a stroke while conducting the Symphony in C.

1956
Chorale Variations 'Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her' 

(JS Bach) transcribed for mixed chorus and orchestra BH

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Visit of Boulez to Los Angeles. Agon completed. European tour. Starts work on a new Biennale commission, Threni, in Venice, and conducts Agon at the Domaine Musical in Paris. Visits Dartington Summer School. Early versions of Conversations with Igor Stravinsky (Craft).

1957
Agon 

Ballet for twelve dancers BH

Conducts Threni in the Scuola di San Rocco, Venice.

1958
Threni: id est Lamentationes Jeremiae Prophetae 

for six solo voices, mixed chorus and orchestra BH

Boulez conducts Threni in Munich. Stravinsky tours Japan, completes Movements, and conducts at the Edinburgh Festival.

1959
Movements 

for piano and orchestra BH

 
Epitaphium 

 for flute, clarinet and harp BH

 
Tres sacrae cantiones (Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa) 

for mixed chorus a cappella BH

 
Double Canon 

for string quartet BH

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Tours of South America and Italy, during which Stravinsky is carried out of the Hotel Bauer-Grünwald in a Venice flood. Writes Monumentum pro Gesualdo and starts A Sermon, a Narrative and a Prayer for Paul Sacher.

1960
Monumentum pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD annum 

Three madrigals by Gesualdo, recomposed for instruments BH

 
A Sermon, a Narrative, and a Prayer 

Cantata for alto and tenor soli, speaker, chorus and orchestra (1960-61) BH

Invited to the USSR in the following year. The Flood commissioned for CBS television. Stravinsky’s most extensive world tour, covering Europe, eastern Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

1961

Dines with Kennedy at the White House. Completes The Flood (which goes out on TV with interruptions for shampoo ads). Tours South Africa, then Europe, where he spends his 80th birthday in Hamburg. After a brief return to New York, embarks on tour of Israel and USSR, his first return since 1914.

1962
The Flood 

Musical Play for soloists, chorus and orchestra BH

 
Anthem 'The dove descending breaks the air' 

for chorus a cappella BH

 

Eight Instrumental Miniatures for fifteen players Ch

Completes Abraham and Isaac. First staging of The Flood (Hamburg). Attends (part of) Monteux’s 50th anniversary Rite of Spring in the Albert Hall (London). Begins orchestral Variations. Assassination of Kennedy.

1963
Abraham and Isaac 

 Sacred ballad for baritone and chamber Orchestra BH

 

Canzonetta (Sibelius) transcribed for eight instruments Br

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Moves to a larger, more accessible house in the same West Hollywood street. Premiere of Abraham and Isaac in Jerusalem, under Craft. Finishes Elegy for JFK and the Variations.

1964
Elegy for JFK 

for baritone or mezzo-soprano and three clarinets BH

 
Fanfare for a New Theatre 

for two trumpets BH

 

Variations Aldous Huxley in Memoriam for orchestra BH

Introitus in memory of T.S. Eliot. Begins Requiem Canticles for Princeton University. Continues punishing conducting schudule in his 83rd year, including a European tour. CBS film by Rolf Liebermann.

1965
Introitus T S Eliot in Memoriam 

for male chorus and ensemble BH

 
Canon on a Russian Popular Tune 

for orchestra BH

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Last full year of conducting tours, which he is advised by his doctor to give up. Premiere of Requiem Canticles under Craft (Princeton).

1966
Requiem Canticles 

for contralto and bass soli, chorus and orchestra BH

 
The Owl and the Pussy-cat 

or voice and piano BH

Conducts for the last time (Toronto). Is twice hospitalised, with bleeding ulcers and a thrombosis.

1967

Arranges Two Sacred Songs of Hugo Wolf. Flies to Zürich and receives from his eldest son the manuscript full score of The Rite of Spring, presented to him by Boosey and Hawkes on his 80th birthday.

1968
Two Sacred Songs 

(Wolf) transcribed for mezzo-soprano and ten instruments BH

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Arranges Bach Preludes and Fugues. Moves from Hollywood to New York.

1969

Two Preludes and Fugues (from the ‘48) (Bach) transcribed for strings and woodwind ms

In a state of extreme physical decline, flies to Europe and settles for the summer at Evian (on the French shore of Lake Geneva), where he is visited by members of his family and photographed by Lord Snowdon.

1970

Dies in New York (6 April). After a funeral service in New York, his body is transported to Venice and buried there on the island of San Michele.

1971

Publishers
BH=Boosey & Hawkes;
BH*=Boosey & Hawkes for the USA only;
BH**=Boosey & Hawkes for the USA and Canada only; Bel=Belaiev;Br=Breitkopf & Härtel; Ch=Chester Music; FM=Faber Music; FF=Faber & Faber; For=Robert Forberg; Han=Wilhelm Hansen; Jur=Jurgenson; Ma=Edward B Marks; Mer=Mercury Music; Mor=Edwin H Morris; Sch=Schott; ms=manuscript

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