<strong>Igor Stravinsky</strong>&nbsp;thought standard arrangements of the "Star-Spangled Banner" were amateurish. In 1941 he wrote a new version. Then the police&nbsp;intervened

Igor Stravinsky&amp;nbsp;thought standard arrangements of the &quot;Star-Spangled Banner&quot; were amateurish. In 1941 he wrote a new version. Then the
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Igor Stravinsky thought standard arrangements of the "Star-Spangled Banner" were amateurish. In 1941 he wrote a new version. Then the police intervened

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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