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The Firebird in Russian mythology is the main and practically only symbol of resurrection. In Western civilization, it corresponds to the Phoenix bird, which is reborn from the ashes again and again. Finding her is usually the goal of a fairy tale hero. Prey of the Firebird is fraught with difficulties and is one of the main tasks of the hero. At the same time, “The Firebird” (fr. L’Oiseau de feu) is a one-act ballet by Igor Stravinsky, which premiered on the stage of Grand Opera in Paris on June 25, 1910. The sculpture is assembled from three parts: a female figure, a male figure and a stand.
The components and instructions are located in the attached archive.