ah, you still keep acting like someone who has kind of mental illness. well, just use this link http://lmgtfy.com/?q=igor+stravinsky then go to wikipedia and find there russian transcription, copy and paste it! there you can get any other name you need, and your stupid keyboards just has nothing to do with the matter
Everyone must always tag Russian composers in Cyrilic, even if they don't understand Russian and only have a Latin alphabet keyboard. Writing "Igor Stravinsky" is almost as evil as translating the Bible into a native language so people can actually read it.  Lmao
The Firebird is one of the most incredible pieces of music I've ever heard
I feel so bad for not having a Cyrilic keyboard and not tagging all of my Russian composers in a language I can't understand, written in an alphabet I can't understand, making it needlessly inconvenient to identify composers and specific works. It's just so immoral of me not to tag Stravinsky's music in Russian. :'(
"My music is best understood by children and animals." Nicki Minaj.-
Everyone must always tag Russian composers in Cyrilic, even if they don't understand Russian and only have a Latin alphabet keyboard. Writing "Igor Stravinsky" is almost as evil as translating the Bible into a native language so people can actually read it.
what the hell are you doing, fucking retards?? there was no any composer named Igor Stravinsky, his name was Игорь Стравинский. as well as there was Ludwig van Beethoven and wasn't Людвиг Бетховен (as it can be said in Russian), and I don't multiply fucking stupid tags like that, so what's your right to do this with russian musicians and their names?
Ojciec muzyki XX wieku, zwłaszcza tej rockowej, co jej słucham i się trochę znam, bo na klasyce się nie znam, chociaż słucham. Wesele to arcydzieło, Święto wiosny tak samo, no w ogóle Igor był niesamowity. Jak pierwszy raz słuchałem, chyba Pietruszki to nie zajarzyłem i myślałem, że nudna, ale teraz już słyszę geniusz jego. No i, jak tam napisali na dole faktycznie bardzo punkowy był on.
Incidentally, there is so much more to Stravinsky than the three Russian Ballets. Just think of Pulcinella, Symphony of Psalms, Symphonies of Wind Instruments, Agon and Soldier's Tale. He was so prolific, and wrote in such a variety of genres, that it is silly to ignore the immensely rich output dating beyond 1913.