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  1. Sergei Prokofiev: Sonata Opus 94 for Flute and Piano (Moern Russian Masterworks) by G Schirmer Inc, 2002-06-03
  2. Classical Symphony, Op. 25, in Full Score by Sergei Prokofiev, 2006-04-28
  3. Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 2, Op. 64c: Study Score
  4. Violin Concerto No. 1 in Full Score by Sergei Prokofiev, 2005-04-12
  5. Classical Symphony" "Romeo and Juliet" and Other Works in Original Transcriptions for Solo Piano (Classical Music for Keyboard) by Sergei Prokofiev, 1995-09
  6. Piano Concerto No. 1 in D-flat Major, Op. 10, in Full Score by Sergei Prokofiev, 2004-11-04
  7. PROKOFIEV BY PROKOFIEV: A Composer's Memoir by Sergei Prokofiev, 1979
  8. Piano Concertos by Sergei Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 2, Piano Concerto No. 3, Piano Concerto No. 4, Piano Concerto No. 5
  9. The Love for Three Oranges (Musical Stories series) by Sergei Prokofiev, 2006-09-28
  10. Piano Sonatas - Volume 2: Nos. 6-9
  11. Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 16 (Two Pianos, Four Hands). By Sergei Prokofiev. Edited By Albert Spalding. Piano. This Edition: M060020568. Boosey and Hawkes Piano. 76 Pages. by Sergei Prokofiev, 1947
  12. Operas by Sergei Prokofiev: War and Peace, the Gambler, the Love for Three Oranges, the Fiery Angel, Semyon Kotko, Betrothal in a Monastery
  13. Concertos by Sergei Prokofiev: Piano Concertos by Sergei Prokofiev, Piano Concerto No. 2, Piano Concerto No. 3, Symphony-Concerto
  14. Toccata Opus 11 - Prokofiev (Alfred Masterworks) by Sergei Prokofiev, 1992

41. Sergei Prokofiev - IMDb
Filmography at the Internet Movie Database with list of movies based on or using his compositions plus writing and acting credits.
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Sergei Prokofiev
Soundtrack Composer Music Department Prokofiev was a multi-talented man and an innovative composer. He learned piano from his mother and chess from his father. He always had a chess set on his piano, and was able to play against the chess champions of his time. He studied music with Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov , graduated with highest marks from the St... See full bio
Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev
April 23
in Sontsovka, Bakhmut Uyezd, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire [now Krasne, Krasnoarmiisk Raion, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine]
March 5 (age 61) in Moscow, USSR [now Russia] 3 videos 4 news articles
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Children of Men (2006) A Christmas Story (1983) Analyze This (1999) Anastasia (1997)
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42. ClassicalPlus Composer
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43. Welcome!
Website for both the Serge Prokofiev Archive, maintained at Goldsmiths College, University of London, as well as the Serge Prokofiev Foundation, created by Lina Prokofiev to further the knowledge of Prokofiev s life and works and to encourage research.
The Serge Prokofiev Foundation website is the outcome of a partnership between the Prokofiev Estate and the Serge Prokofiev Archive in London, UK.
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45. Sergei Prokofiev Composer In Exile
Brief biography, photograph, selected works, quotes, discography, chronology, and related articles from Humanities Web.

46. Prokofiev Sheet Music : Piano Public Domain
Free piano sheet music for download. Composers include Bach, Berg, Beethoven, Bartok, Balakirev, Bizet, Borodin, Brahms, Chopin, Czerny, DIndy, Debussy, Dukas, Dvorak, Faure
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10 Pieces from Cinderella, Op 97
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10 Pieces from Romeo and Juliet, Op 75
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47. Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) - Find A Grave Memorial
Find A Grave listing with biography, photographs, pictures of tomb and Novo-Devichy Cemetery, and interactive memorial. Prokofiev

48. Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich Definition Of Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich In The
Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich (syĭrgā` syĭrgā`əvĭch prōk f`ēĕf), 1891–1953, Russian composer, pianist, and conductor. Prokofiev achieved wide popularity with his lively, Sergei Sergeyevich

49. Sincerity In Music: Sergei Prokofiev's Classical Symphony
Analysis of Prokofiev s Classical Symphony by composer and music educator Edward Green.
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Sincerity in Music BY EDWARD GREEN Part 1 I will be speaking tonight on a piece of music I love, the Classical Symphony of Sergei Prokofiev. This symphony has thrilled people deeply and often since its premiere in 1918 in St. Petersburg, Russia. I think the thrill this music makes for is genuine. I learned from Aesthetic Realism that every time we hear music we have a judgement about its sincerity. Even if our judgement is unconscious, or hard to articulate, it is there. Instinctively people have felt that sincerity has to be present in art, and all good music criticism, from the beginning, has agreed. So how can we be sure, how do we know the sounds we are hearing are honest? Eli Siegel taught that sincerity has a structure. He said, opposites, notably power and grace, are one whenever expression is sincere. The meaning of this for music and for life is very large. For the first time sincerity can be studied because its basis has been seen. There is a trend in modern music, which Prokofiev's

50. The Music Chamber - Sergei Prokofiev
Introduction. Sergei Prokofiev was a descendant from the explosion of modern music created by Igor Stravinsky. Many of his works were nationalistic in spirit, especially those
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Sergei Prokofiev was a descendant from the explosion of modern music created by Igor Stravinsky . Many of his works were nationalistic in spirit, especially those written during World War II and his piano style includes combination of percussive elements with lyricism. His music was often considered ironical and somewhat bordering on the grotesque. He was a virtuoso pianist and his nine piano sonatas are the most important set of sonatas in the twentieth century.
Historical Context
Sergei Prokofiev was born on April 23rd, 1891 in the Ukrainian village of Sontzovka. His family was well-off, and throughout the majority of his life he did not need to worry about money. He slowly grew to musical fame with his brash playing of the piano and his rather dissonant pieces that caused great dismay among his professors at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Prokofiev studied under Rimsky-Korsukov, as did many of the Russian composers of this time. He was influenced by his musical flair and his rather upbeat, colorful orchestrations. He began to compose pieces where each of his hands would play in different keys. For his graduation piece, he stormed through with his First Piano Concerto, causing the dean of the conservatory to cry in anguish. He then went on tour in America and Japan. But in 1927, he decided to return to his homeland of Russia out of homesickness. Here he was welcomed as a musical hero and he began to compose music that was very nationalistic. These pieces included "Hail to Stalin" and "Hymn to the Soviet Union." Nonetheless, he also composed several other pieces during this time. His Leningrad Sonata and Fifth Symphony expressed the turmoil of the country during those dark years.

51. Yu, Jun- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
Biographical sketch, caricature, commentary on stage works and orchestral, choral and vocal, chamber, piano, and children s music with Naxos discography.

52. Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev —
Encyclopedia Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich. Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich (syirgā' syirgā' u vich prōk f'ēef) , 1891–1953, Russian composer, pianist, and conductor.

53. Sergei Prokofiev - Piano Society
Biography from the Piano Society with photograph and selected MP3 audio recordings of his works.

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55. Sergei Prokofiev - An Overview Of The Classical Composer
Biography, photograph, principle works - concert and film music, recommendations and reviews.
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Prokofiev travelled to Japan, to the United States, and to the European capitals of London and Paris. These travels gave him opportunities to learn new ideas, but also to demonstrate his talents to new audiences. He met Stravinsky, and worked on a number of ideas for ballet material for Diaghilev. He eventually settled in the West and remained there for some 15 years where he relished the artistic freedom and stimulation, and he produced a number of major works during this time. Film music was in its formative years at this time, and Prokofiev was quick to realise its potential, even visiting Hollywood at one time. However after some visits to the USSR, he decided to return to his friends and home country. He therefore became subject to the same state-defined restrictions as Shostakovich and other artists. Like the younger composer he also stepped over the mark on occasion and was branded a "formalist" before apologies and conformist material re-established a secure position, though he was never able to fully express himself under these conditions. Ironically he died on the same day as Stalin.

56. Toccata, Op.11 (Prokofiev, Sergei) - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public D
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58. YouTube - Prokofiev Sergei, 2 Dances From Ballet Cinderella
Prokofiev Sergei, 2 Dances Valse and Mazurka from Ballet Cinderella, Michal Lavochnik Young Violinist Age15, Keshet Eilon Concert in Raanana, recorder on July 28 2006.

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