Is Igor Stravinsky a classic composer?
Yes, he was. Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) was a Russian composer.
I don't know, but he sounds suspiciously like the famous composer Igor Stravinsky - just substitute a couple of initial capitals, and swap two letters round in the surname, and there you have him. Stravinsky was a Russian-American composer, noted particularly for his ballet scores, who lived from 1882 to 1971.
Igor Stravinsky has: Played Himself - Conductor in "The Creative Performer" in 1960. Played himself in "The Flood" in 1962. Played himself in "Stravinsky" in 1965. Played himself in "A Stravinsky Portrait" in 1966. Played himself in "Stravinsky: Once at a Border..." in 1982. Performed in "4 keizers en 1 nachtegaal" in 2002. Played himself in "Igor Stravinsky: Composer" in 2005. Played himself in "BBC Proms" in 2009. Played himself in "Huxley on Huxley" in…
Much modern film music came from the direct influence of Igor Stravinsky's works. Igor Stravinsky was a composer from the turn of the century. His most influential compositions are arguably "the Firebird Suite" and "the Rite of Spring". When listening to these pieces of music it should become apparent that Stravinsky's original and groundbreaking arrangements were direct inspiration for many of the 20th century's greatest movie soundtracks. http://www.answers.com/topic/igor-stravinsky