Opera List of Igor Stravinsky Operas

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List of popular Igor Stravinsky operas, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This Igor Stravinsky operas list includes the names of all Igor Stravinsky operas, so if you're an opera lover you might recognize many of these historic operas. This famous Igor Stravinsky operas list contains various bits of information, such as what language they were composed in and what genre the popular Igor Stravinsky opera falls under. There are a lot of well-known Igor Stravinsky operas out there so this list is a great way to learn about the ones you haven't heard of before.

Composers here include everything from The Rake's Progress to Oedipus rex.

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Mavra is a one-act opera buffa composed by Igor Stravinsky, and one of the earliest works of Stravinsky's 'neo-classical' period. The libretto of the opera, by Boris Kochno, is based on ...more

Oedipus rex is an "Opera-oratorio after Sophocles" by Igor Stravinsky, scored for orchestra, speaker, soloists, and male chorus. The libretto, based on Sophocles's tragedy, was written ...more

Renard, Histoire burlesque chantée et jouée is a one-act chamber opera-ballet by Igor Stravinsky, written in 1916. The Russian text by the composer was based on Russian folk tales ...more

The Flood: A musical play is a short biblical drama by Igor Stravinsky on the allegory of Noah, originally written as a work for television. It contains singing, spoken dialogue, and ballet ...more

The Nightingale is a Russian conte lyrique in three acts by Igor Stravinsky. The libretto, based on the tale of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, was written by the composer and Stepan ...more

The Rake's Progress is an opera in three acts and an epilogue by Igor Stravinsky. The libretto, written by W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman, is based loosely on the eight paintings and engravings ...more