Stravinsky: Devil's Dance from A Soldier's Tale Video (DVD)
Presented by Films for Humanities & Sciences and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conducted by William Conway, the video opens with attention-grabbing visuals, and is followed by narrator, Dougie Vipond, explaining that everyone can be a composer and that it can all come together for anyone by experimenting with musical sounds. Which will fit together because of similar or contrasting sounds. He adds that it is the composer's main task to put those ideas together, then develop them into a whole piece of music. Its main focus is on the use of rhythms and how rhythm changes can be used to enhance a musical composition. It's designed for an educational setting, however, will benefit any of those aspiring to improve their craft.
Stravinsky: Devil's Dance from A Soldier's Tale Video (DVD), with Vivo and Finale from Pulcinella