The Pulcinella Suite, derived from the ballet, was written in 1922 and has no vocal parts. The first performance was in Boston, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Pierre Monteux on 22 December 1922.

The suite consists of eight movements:

Sinfonia
Serenata
Scherzino – Allegretto – Andantino
Tarantella
Toccata
Gavotta (con due variazioni)
Vivo
Minuetto – Finale
The suite was revised by the composer in 1949 and 1965.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulcinella_(ballet)#Pulcinella_Suite

Pulcinella Suite
By Igor Stravinsky
Composed in 1922

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