The Pulcinella Suite, derived from the ballet, was written in 1922 and has no vocal parts. Pulcinella marked the beginning of Stravinsky's second phase as a composer, his neoclassical period.
The suite consists of eight movements:
- Scherzino – Allegretto – Andantino
- Gavotta (con due variazioni)
- Minuetto – Finale
- 2Fl1dPicc, 2Ob, 2Bsn, 2Hn, Tpt, Tbn, Strings
- approx. 24 min.
- Set of Parts:
- Includes 1 of each Solo Strings, and 184.108.40.206.2 for the Orchestral Strings