In place of a miscellanea, let's listen to a couple of student pieces by Stravinsky. Long thought to be lost, this is his Piano Sonata in F# minor that he wrote as a kind of audition piece to qualify for private composition lessons with Rimsky-Korsakov. The piece is modelled after piano sonatas by Tchaikovsky and Scriabin (the Third) as well as music by Glazunov.
And here is his Symphony in E flat, labeled Opus 1 as it was his first composition intended for public performance:
There is a great deal in this piece that is taken, rather directly, from a couple of symphonies by Glazunov.