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  2. Prokofiev -- Selected Works (Alfred Masterwork Edition) by Sergei Prokofiev, 1990-01-01
  3. Sergei Prokofiev - Four Selected Pieces from the Ballet Romeo and Juliet: for Viola and Piano (String)
  4. Ivan the Terrible, Op. 116: Full Score (Study Score)
  5. Prokofiev - Waltz from "Music for Children", Opus 65 [for Cello and Piano] (No. 763) by Sergei Prokofieff (Prokofiev), 1945
  6. S. Prokofiev: Autobiography, Articles, Reminiscences by Sergei Prokofiev, Rose Prokofieva, et all 2000-12
  7. Sarcasms, Visions Fugitives and Other Short Works for Piano by Sergei Prokofiev, 2000-09-18
  8. Alexander Nevsky, Op. 78: Vocal Score by Sergei Prokofiev, 2001-06-01
  9. Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev, 1987
  10. Cinderella Suite No. 3, Op. 109: Study Score
  11. Fugitive Visions, op. 22, no. 11 (Con vivacita) Sheet Music by Sergei Prokofiev, 2009-07-04
  12. Winter Bonfire Suite, Op. 122: Study Score
  14. Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-4: Opp. 1, 14, 28, and 29 by Sergei Prokofiev, 2002-10-29

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22. Prokofiev Discography
Discography of all recordings made by Prokofiev as a pianist, including analysis of his 78 RPM recordings. Compiled and maintained by Mark Arnest.
Prokofiev as Pianist
by Mark Arnest 1. "Rollography" of Duo-Art Reproducing Piano Rolls 2. Discography of 78 RPM Electrical Recordings for His Master's Voice (HMV) Notes on Prokofiev's 78 RPM Recordings
1. Duo-Art Reproducing Piano Rolls
These were recorded around 1920. All of them have been reissued on Fonoteca 1019; most of them were reissued in 1995 on LaserLight 14 203 (these are marked below with an asterisk); and a few are available on miscellaneous CDs (e.g., the Toccata on Olympia OCD 208). Br.: British catalog number. The source of this "rollography" is Larry Sitsky, "The Classical Reproducing Piano Roll" (Greenwood Press, 1990). Used with permission. Composer Piece Duo-Art Catalog # Glazunov Gavotte, Op. 49 #3* Miaskovsky Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition (Promenade; The Old Castle) Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition (Bydlo; Ballet of Chicks in Their Eggs)* Prokofiev Gavotte, Op. 12 #2* Prokofiev Love for Three Oranges: Intermezzo* Prokofiev Love for Three Oranges: March British Duo-Art 8018 Prokofiev Marche, Op. 12 #1*

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Alternate Names/Transliterations: Сергей Сергеевич Прокофьев, Sergej Sergejevič Prokof'ev, Sergei Sergeevich Prokov'ev, Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofyev, Sergej Sergejewitsch Prokofjew, Serge Sergevitch Prokofieff
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Prokofiev was born in Sontsovka (now Krasne in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine), an isolated rural estate in Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire. He displayed unusual musical abilities by the age of five. His first piano composition to be written down (by his mother), an 'Indian Gallop', was in the Lydian mode (a major scale with a raised 4th scale degree) as the young Prokofiev felt 'reluctance to tackle the black notes'. By the age of seven he had also learned to play chess. Much like music ... see more Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev
Childhood compositions
Prokofiev was born in Sontsovka (now Krasne in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine), an isolated rural estate in Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire. He displayed unusual musical abilities by the age of five. His first piano composition to be written down (by his mother), an 'Indian Gallop', was in the Lydian mode (a major scale with a raised 4th scale degree) as the young Prokofiev felt 'reluctance to tackle the black notes'. By the age of seven he had also learned to play chess. Much like music, chess would remain a passion his entire life, and he became acquainted with world chess champions José Raúl Capablanca and Mikhail Botvinnik.

25. The Serge Prokofiev Foundation.
International organization run with the participation of the Prokofiev family that provides the latest news on Prokofiev events, recordings and performances around the world. Also home to the Serge Prokofiev Archive home page and the online version of Three Oranges, the quarterly print journal from the Association.

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27. Sergei Prokofiev Piano Music Page
Prokofiev, Sergei 18911953 Each tune on every page is available as a collection Composition Music for Pianos
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No 7 in B flat major second mov. Andante caloroso Sonata No 7 in B flat major third mov. Precipitato Toccata Op. 11 Sonata No 3 Op 28 Played by Rachel Cheung Sonata No 4 Op 29 Played by Jianing Kong Sonata No 6 Op 82 Played by Sofya Gulyak Sonata No 7 Op 83 Played by Benjamin Moser Sonata No 8 Op 84 Played by Alessandro Taverna Prokofiev mp3 Collection 61 mins) 514 results Prokofiev DVD's 119 results Prokofiev Music Books 942 results Prokofiev; CD's 3416 results Prokofiev Zip MIDI Collection with full file composition titles Instant download 61 mins) advanced Contact Eric Halstead Webmaster

28. Chad Twedt
Essay discussing Prokofiev s motives for returning to the Soviet Union and his desire for greater simplicity. Written by Chad Twedt.
Sergei Prokofiev
Mystery and Contradiction
by Chad Twedt
Click here to read Prokofiev, Prisoner of the State One of the greatest Russian composers was an early twentieth-century composer, Sergei Prokofiev, born on April 23, 1891 in Ukraine. Unlike a majority of composers during his time, Prokofiev was able to entertain, surprise, shock, and even leave his audiences in disgust with a wide variety of compositional styles, such as his "Classical" Symphony in contrast to "Suggestion Diabolique" for piano solo. What is most interesting about Prokofiev, however, was the tremendous pressure that he must have felt from the politics of his day, and how it affected his music. As Kauffmann puts it in her entry for the Encyclopedia Americana, His music, under the influence of communist ideology, underwent a change, growing more harmonic and less infused with mocking humor. (p. 651) It is very plain and simple to see that Prokofiev was influenced by poilitics, but what is not so simple is deciding whether or not Prokofiev's reaction to political pressure was sincere, or if he was just trying to please his critics and get his reputation back. What might first raise some eyebrows about Prokofiev's influence is something that Prokofiev himself wrote in a letter to the Composers' Union in 1948: As far as I am concerned, elements of formalism were peculiar to my music as long as fifteen or twenty years ago. Apparently the infection caught from contact with some Western ideas. (

29. Sergei Prokofiev
BalletNotes entry for Sergei Prokofiev. Contains brief biography of composer, a short list of works not written for ballet but choreographed for dance, and a discussion of his ballet works.

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BalletNotes Home Page Sergei Prokofiev (Compiled March, 1998) Sergei Prokofiev, as he writes in his memoirs, "first saw the light of day on Wednesday 23rd April at five in the afternoon." The year was 1891, the centenary of Mozart’s death, the place a small village in the Ukraine, Sontsovka. Prokofiev’s father, originally from Moscow, was an agricultural engineer in this important region, his mother was, in Gliere’s words, "a tall woman with magnificent, intelligent eyes... who knew how to create around herself a warm, natural atmosphere." Having lost two daughters she devoted her life to music and spent two months a year in Moscow or St. Petersburg taking piano lessons. It was she who was the musical influence on young Sergei, beginning to teach him the piano at age 3. He wrote his first composition when he was six, The Indian Galop . After a trip to Moscow at age 8 where he was exposed to The Sleeping Beauty Faust and Prince Igor , he declared "I want to write an opera." Three or four months later he presented his parents with

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31. The Symphony - Sergei Prokofiev
Part of The Symphony An Interactive Guide, a page on Prokofiev and his contributions to the symphonic form. Includes a brief biography and an analysis of his compositional style.
Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953)

Sergei Prokofiev was born in 1891 in Sontsovka, a small village in the Ukraine. His mother, a pianist, greatly encouraged Prokofiev in the musical field and guided his early career, both as a composer and a pianist. It was with his mother that Prokofiev first began studying music. He began composing at age five, before he could even write properly, and at age nine wrote his first opera. Entitled The Giant, it was written for performance by his family.
After studying with his mother, Prokofiev took private lessons from Reinhold Gliere, and later entered the St Petersburg Conservatory, studying under Lyadov. Prokofiev was only 13 at this time, yet he had already composed four operas, one symphony, two sonatas, and a variety of piano pieces. His other teachers included Rimsky-Korsakov and Tcherepnin. Unfortunately, despite his tag as a child prodigy with undeniable talent, he was also seen as stubborn, ill tempered and unfriendly. This attitude, however, did not deter him, and his early career was highly successful. Important works composed while at the Conservatory include the Suggestion diabolique (1909) and the Piano Concerto No. 1 in D flat (1911). In 1914, after he'd completed his studies at the Conservatory, Prokofiev won the Rubinstein Prize with his performance of the D flat piano concerto. Touring aboad
The year 1917 marked the start of the Russian Revolution, and to escape the insecurity and violence within his homeland, Prokofiev undertook a world tour. During this year, some of his most creative works were composed, such as the D major Violin Concerto, Visions fugitives for solo piano, and the Classical Symphony. The latter was the first work he composed away from the piano, and is an interesting work in that it amalgamates modern rhythm and texture with an 18th century format.

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33. Music Under Soviet Rule: Prokofiev
Part of Ian McDonald s Music Under Soviet Rule site. In depth essay on the Prokofiev s relationship with the Soviet regime.
Prokofiev, Prisoner of the State
An interpretation of the composer's relationship with the Soviet state
Part One: The Gambler
Prokofiev, Prisoner of the State
An interpretation of the composer's relationship with the Soviet state
Part Two: ...Into the Fire
Prokofiev, Prisoner of the State
An interpretation of the composer's relationship with the Soviet state
Part Three: The Protest Music
Opus List - Part 1
Prokofiev's works 1907 - 1932
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Prokofiev's works 1933 - 1952
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34. Prokofiev, Sergei - Astro-Databank, Sergei Prokofiev Horoscope, Born 23 April 18
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Sergei Prokofiev born on 23 April 1891 Sontsovka, Russia,_Sergei
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Russian composer of marches, army songs, opera and symphonies, including, "War and Peace," "Cantata Seven," "They are Seven," the musical fairy tale, "Peter and the Wolf," the score for Eisenstein's film "Alexander Nevsky," the "Lt. Kije Suite" and "A Love for Three Oranges." Trained in piano by his mother, he wrote his first piano score for opera in 1900 at the age of nine. He entered St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1904, graduating in 1914, having written four orchestral pieces, a piano concerto, an opera and four piano sonatas. Escaping the Revolution in 1918, he spent time in the U.S. and Paris, finally settling in Moscow in 1933. Died of a stroke 03/04/1953, Moscow.

35. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Prokofieff
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Sergei Prokofieff
Serge Sergeievich Prokofieff was born in Ukraine on November 23, 1891. At the age of 11, he began studying piano, theory, composition, and orchestration privately with . He entered the St. Petersburg at 12, and many of his student works remained in his permanent catalogue, although often undergoing years of revision, including the first, third, and fourth piano sonatas and the Sinfonietta.

Sergei Prokofiev (18911953), precocious as a child, entered the St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1904, by which time he had already written a great deal of music.

37. Sergei Prokofiev
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38. Prokofiev, Sergei
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39. Prokofiev
Chronological listing of Prokofiev s compositions, compiled and maintained by Onno van Rijen.
Internet Edition compiled by Onno van Rijen
Last update: 18 January 2009 Clustering after Howard Robinson's book "Sergei Prokofiev, a biography":
  • Russia (1891-1918)
  • Exile: Japan, USA, Europe (1918-1936)
  • Soviet Union (1936-1953) Compositions without opus numbers are allotted a letter designation B, C, D, etc. to facilitate indexing For your comments, questions, etc. please send E-mail to Onno van Rijen
    Russia (1891-1918)
    Opus 1-32 0A1 Indian Galop in F major for piano (1896) 0A2 March in C major for piano (1896) 0A3 Waltz in C major for piano (1896) 0A4 Rondo in C major for piano (1896) 0A5 Polka in G major for piano (1896-1899) 0A6 March in B minor and D major for piano (1897) 0A7 March in C major for piano four hands (1897) 0A8 Waltz in G major for piano (1898) 0A9 March in C major for piano four hands (1898-1899) 0B1 Waltz in C major and G major for piano (1899) 0B2 March in F major for piano four hands (1899) 0B3 Piece in F major for piano four hands (1899) 0B4 March for piano (1900) 0B5 Piece in D minor for piano four hands (1900) 0B6 Piece for piano four hands with zither (1900) 0C "The Giant", opera in 3 acts (1900)
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