Ha! A funny question! I do not know if the man made many recordings of Firebird, but I'll choose the famous one, since the others are probably the same!
Ok! Here we go!ok so, Firebird is about 45 minutes long if my memory serves me correct, not including audience claps.
Now Valery does quite a bit of working out, haha, and we might equate it to a normal workout...! In fact, we shall do so!
I do not know how much I sweat when I work out, but I do know how much water I usually drink! About half a litre, I think. And maybe I sweat as much.
Now we must examine, if Valery is really doing so much of a workout! I think not. Perhaps.
However, we must look that he is conducting in a hot suit, and waving a stick around for 45 minutes! Perhaps this makes you sweat a lot!
Furthermore, he has much energy! I remember that he does sweat a lot even at the beginning, before the finale, et cetera...so I would have to go with 1 litre, which comes out to be -3, I think.
What the actual answer is, I do not think we shall ever know! But we can look at the actual numbers, and it says you sweat around a liter every hour when you exercise! So I think I may be right.
Fun problem I have for you! So fun, I make into a poem. Or a song, you can sing if you want I went to tower of Hanoi one day,
and there I saw them stacking rings!
In my head maths began to play,
And I wondered how many ways to stack those things.
How many rings, I don't know, but let us say there were 88.
On three stands, were these rings,
Each stacked on another with a radius more great.
All at first were on one stand,
A move is to take the top ring of a stand and put it on another stand, fun!
But the catch here really is quite grand!
You cannot put it on a smaller one.
So I sat there and I ask to me,
If all start on one stand and we make only legal move,
At any time, how many legal positions can there be?
If solve this you can, a Fermi master you will prove!