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Recorded in 1957, Geneva.
31 January 2008, Orchestra Hall, Chicago.
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Pierre Boulez - conductor. 08.05.2011.
Petrushka, 1946 version. Rec. 31.01 - 01.02 1997, London.
Taken from a 12 LP records box set released by READER`S DIGEST/RCA VICTOR in 1964. Recorded in England.
Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard - conductor. Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, 26 February 2009.
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. The classic 1959 Mercury Living Presence recording of Stravinsky`s revised 1947 version.
Rec. live 28 March 2009, Symphony Hall, Boston.
RIAS Orchestra Berlin. Recorded: April 19, 21, 1953, Berlin.
Suite from ballet (Version 1947): 1. Russian Dance; 2. Petrouchka; 3. Blackamoor; 4. The Shrove Tide Fair.
Recorded live at Concertgebouw Amsterdam, October 29-31, 2004 and February 5, 2005.
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA. Taken from a LP released by LONDON RECORDS (USA) in 1971.
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Fabio Luisi - conductor. Symphony Hall, Boston, 14 November 2009.
Recorded: April 1954, London.
New York Philharmonic, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos.
Recorded: January 25-26, 1959, Boston.
Recorded: May 8, 1958, Paris.
DOMINIQUE MOREL AND DOUGLAS NEMISH PIANO-DUO. Recorded in May 1993 at the Pierre-Mercure Hall of the Centre Pierre-Péladeau, Montréal (Québec), Canada.
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons - conductor. Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 14 April 2011.
BBC Philharmonic, Gianandrea Noseda - conductor.
Alte Oper Frankfurt, 8. September 2017
Petrushka (1947 version). Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle - conductor. Philharmonie, Berlin, 10 June 2010.
CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA OF AMSTERDAM. Taken from a LP released by PHILIPS Records (Canada) in early 1960s.
Minnesota Orchestra. Recorded in USA, 1960s.
February 1960, Hollywoîd.
February 12, 15, 17 1960 & January 1967 (Kraft), Hollywood.
Live - 21 December 1940 - Excerpt: Tableau I and II
Petrushka (1947). Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä - conductor. Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, 27 May 2010.
Taken from a LP released by DOVER Records (USA) in 1968.