Renard (The Fox). 1-act histoire burlesque chantée et jouée (burlesque in song and dance) by Stravinsky to his own lib. after A. Afanasyev's Russ. folk-tales, 1855–64, in Fr. trans. by C. F. Ramuz. Full title: Bayka pro lisu, petukha, kota da barana (‘Fable of the Vixen, the Cock, the Cat and the Ram’). Comp. 1915–16. Prod. Paris 1922, NY 1923.
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