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Rather than simply assert that there is not likely to be a link, though, let me back this up with some reasoning and research. Comparing the music in these works: I found quite a number of different examples of sheet music for Katyusha, none of which seemed definitive.

Although different examples vary a little, and some are in different keys, the example below shows the melody and harmony which best represents the various versions I found online.

See online examples of this song here , here and here. I have notated the song in A Minor: Internet sources suggesting a link between Katyusha and Mavra point specifically to Chanson Russe , a later adaptation of Mavra by Stravinsky.

Sheet music for the violin version can be found here. In judging whether Katyusha is similar to the Stravinsky pieces, I have been focusing upon the melodic parts thus far; these are, after all, the most recognisable aspects of the musical material. If there were a significant link between these pieces, one would expect to hear them in the melodic parts. The first section of the Blanter has clear blocks of tonic and dominant harmony, with the second section a little more adventurous, but emphasising the sub-dominant before arriving back at the tonic.

The Stravinsky is quite different. There are no clearly defined "blocks" of harmony, instead the music alternates constantly between tonic and dominant 7th chords.

Interestingly though this is Stravinsky, after all! Also, the Stravinsky changes key twice for two phrases of the song, before returning to the home key for the last phrase. This is even more obvious in the violin and piano version, as this version repeats the single "verse" of the opera version, giving the listener an extra chance to hear these changes of key.

So, if not melodically or harmonically, how is Katyusha similar to the Stravinsky pieces? Well, possibly in "character" or "accompanimental style". But this is rather tenuous; similar characteristics could be found in a lot of music evoking "Russian folk song". But I would question the reliability of these internet sources, for a number of reasons: most of the sources I found eg.

In particular, the Wikipedia pages in various languages for Katyusha use very similar wording. This suggests to me that many of these pages have simply copied information about this song from one original source possibly one of the Wikipedia pages , without any further verification or research.

They do not say who these critics are or give references to where the original comments of these critics can be found. In other words, there is no actual evidence that any such critics exist, or if they do, any evidence of who they are and exactly what link with Stravinsky there might be.

I could not find any online source, suggesting a link between these pieces, that either: gave a named source for someone suggesting such a link; explained what this link might be; provided a reference or link to such a source. None of them seem to provide a reference for an original source, and as the wording of many of them seems very similar, I suspect many of them seem to be simply copied verbatim from an original unverified source eg.

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Rather than simply assert that there is not likely to be a link, though, let me back this up with some reasoning and research. Comparing the music in these works: I found quite a number of different examples of sheet music for Katyusha, none of which seemed definitive. Although different examples vary a little, and some are in different keys, the example below shows the melody and harmony which best represents the various versions I found online. See online examples of this song here , here and here. I have notated the song in A Minor: Internet sources suggesting a link between Katyusha and Mavra point specifically to Chanson Russe , a later adaptation of Mavra by Stravinsky. Sheet music for the violin version can be found here. In judging whether Katyusha is similar to the Stravinsky pieces, I have been focusing upon the melodic parts thus far; these are, after all, the most recognisable aspects of the musical material.

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