Featuring: Jesus Maria Sanroma, piano; Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur Fiedler.
In eight movements. The first two movements are arrangements by Samuel Becker of music from the rediscovered piano score of Prokofiev's 1924 ballet, while the remaining movements were reworked by the composer as his Quintet, Op. 39. Custom print edition.
Print on demand.In eight movements. The first two movements are arrangements by Samuel Becker of music from the rediscovered piano score of Prokofiev's 1924 ballet, while the remaining movements were reworked by the composer as his Quintet, Op. 39. Custom print edition.
Schulz plays flute sonatas by Prokofiev, Martinu, Milhaud, and Hindemith. With Adrian Cox, piano.
Three chamber works by Prokofiev. With Judith Cohen, piano; Mikhail Schmidt, violin; and David Tonkonogui, cello.
The third and final volume of the diaries of Prokofiev. The composer lived in Paris between 1924 and 1933, and these diaries show the life and work of a great musician at the center of the European arts world. With an introduction, appendix, bibliography and index. 39 plates.
This recital of piano music by Prokofiev also includes the Sonata No. 4 and Scheherazade Fantasy.
The music of Prokofiev is perfrmed by the Ludwig Chamber Players and SWR Swing Fagottett.
Contents: Sonata for cello and piano, Op. 119 / Prokofiev -- Grave / Lutoslawski -- Sonata for cello and piano, Op. 65 / Britten. With Martijn Willers, piano.
Steinbacher also performs Prokofiev's Sonata for Violin Solo in D major, Op. 115. Vasily Petrenko conducts the Russian National Orchestra.
In three movements. With notes in Russian and English. Prokofiev dedicated this work to Mstislav Rostropovich. This edition includes a reprint of the 1967 Muzyka edition of the full score, and a copy of the solo cello part.
Filmed at the Mariinsky Theatre. Starring Galina Gorchakova and Sergei Leiferkus. Valery Gergiev conducts. Staged by David Freeman.
Contents: Antonia (4:52) -- Impro I (3:12) -- Impro II (3:05) -- On a Theme by Sergey Prokofiev (5:27) -- For All We Know (5:46) -- Promenade (4:05) -- Impro III (3:35) -- A Media Luz (4:39) -- Impro IV (3:43) -- Buzzillare (3:11) -- Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? (4:36) -- Cómo Fue…
…No. 25 -- Slow Waltz, Op. 39 No. 23 -- Rondo-Toccata, Op. 60 No. 4 -- Prelude and Fugue in G Major, Op. 61 No. 1. Aram Khachaturian: Ivan Sings, from Adventures of Ivan. Robert Muczynski: Fable No. 9 from Fables, Op. 21. Octavio Pinto: Playing Marbles. Sergei Prokofiev: Morning, Op. 65 No. 1 --…
…Without Words, Op. 30, No. 6. Muczynski: Morning Promenade From A Summer Journal, Op. 19, No. 1. Paradies: Toccata From Sonata No. 6 In A Major. Prokofiev: March of The Grasshoppers From Music For Children, Op. 65, No. 7 -- Tarantella From Music For Children, Op. 65, No. 4. Schumann: Träumerei…
Cellist Samsonov prepared this arrangement in 1994-95. It was premiered in April 1996 in Moscow by the quartet Kantylena. With a note on the arranger. Duration ca. 22 minutes. Parts available separately.
Miniature score -- no cello part.
Contents: 1. Die Montagues und Capulets -- 2. Tanz der jungen Mädchen -- 3. Maskentanz. Reprinted from an earlier edition.