Perhaps the first works that come to mind when we think of Igor Stravinsky are his ballets, “The Firebird” and “The Rite of Spring”. The pandemonium that ensued at the premier of “The Rite of Spring”, which was presented at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, is legendary. The audience greeted the work with catcalls and boos. (And a good bit more.) “The Firebird” has been transcribed for piano by Stravinsky himself. Many people wrote rags, and Stravinsky wrote “Piano Rag-Music” in 1919. It is included in “Igor Stravinsky“, one of Wise Publication’s “Composer Portraits” series. “Les Cinq Doigts” is a suite of eight short pieces for easy piano. This suite is suitable for children, and any of the pieces are good for a piano recital. This is included in “The Stravinsky Piano Collection“. Igor Stravinsky’s second son, Soulima, was born in Switzerland on September 23, 1910. Soulima became a performer and composer in his own right. His works are worth investigation, as well. See the link for more information. Any of the works listed can be ordered from Stanton’s Sheet Music. For more information, call us at 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!