“The Rite of Spring” – Igor Stravinsky (1913)‏

by richibi

just in time for the season here is a deconstruction of
“The Rite of Spring”, Stravinsky, that will blow your
socks off, a clarification of a seminal moment in the
history of music and art that sheds light on history,
the history of music, the history of art, but the
history of our very own place in the pageant 
better than I could do Micheal Tilson Thomas,
conductor of note, explores our instincts, and
relation to music, aesthetically and anthropologically
through this most visceral music
stick around    
appropriate, I think, conductor, Pierre Boulez, of all
the most notably avant-gardist