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Comment 1 of 7, added on March 22nd, 2006 at 9:12 PM.
Being a Stravinsky fan myself, I couldn't help but read this poem.
Lowell's choice to use free rather than blank verse is quite appropriate;
it approximates the wierd rythms Stravinsky uses rather frequently.
I think the section labelled "First Movement" must be discussing the ballet
Rite of Spring, because of the description of the reed-instrument
introduction, the primitive dances, and the drumbeats. However, I was
unable to identify the pieces the second and third movements described.
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