["Bayka / pro / lisu, petukha / kota da barana. / Sochineniye / Igora Stravinskago / Boleye ili meneye svyaznïye chernoviki."] : autograph manuscript, 1916 July.

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Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. ["Bayka / pro / lisu, petukha / kota da barana. / Sochineniye / Igora Stravinskago / Boleye ili meneye svyaznïye chernoviki."] : autograph manuscript, 1916 July.

["Bayka / pro / lisu, petukha / kota da barana. / Sochineniye / Igora Stravinskago / Boleye ili meneye svyaznïye chernoviki."] : autograph manuscript, 1916 July.

1 score (77 p.) ; 22 x 17.5.

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