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Repertoire Note

Charles Rosen is not alone in considering the Serenade the "loveliest" of Stravinsky's solo piano works. Its origin was utilitarian: during his first American tour in 1925, Stravinsky was contracted to record some of his music. He decided to write a piano suite each movement of which would fit a single 78 rpm side – a maximum of three minutes.

Repertoire note by Joseph Horowitz

Recommended Recording

Charles Rosen
Sony Classical G010003219297F

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