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Sergey Prokofiev (1891–1953)


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`Crusaders in Pskov` London 2001
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1966. Cantata `Alexander Nevsky` for mezzo-soprano (solo), mixed choir and symphony orchestra. No. 6 DEAD FIELD.
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From `Juvenilia`, a collection of youth pieces for piano (1903-08), Op.posth Moscow, 1989.
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``Ten Pieces, Op. 12: No. 7, Prelude``. Recorded in 1959.
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2 fragments from the suite `The Corporal of Kizhe`.
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Gavotte from the music for the play `Hamlet`., Op. 77 (1939).
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March from the opera `Love for Three Oranges'. Violin - Pierre Amoyal.
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March, Op. 12, No. 1. Entry - November 4-7, 1956, Paris.
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`Lullaby` from the oratorio `On Guard of Peace`.
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Romeo and Juliet (excerpts). NHK Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit. Rec. 1998.
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`Waltz-Coda` (from the ballet `Cinderella`). JEAN SAULNIER (piano). Recorded on November 2, 3 and 4, 2005 at Domaine Forget, Saint-Irénée (Québec), Canada.
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`Adagio` (from the ballet `Cinderella`). JEAN SAULNIER (piano). Recorded on November 2, 3 and 4, 2005 at Domaine Forget, Saint-Irénée (Québec), Canada.
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`Fleeting moments`: 3, 5, 10, 11, 17. Recording from a concert in Paris on February 26, 1954
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`March` from the opera `Love for Three Oranges`. Recording - February 26, 1954, Paris.
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`March` from the opera `Love for Three Oranges`. Recording - March 3, 1950.
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`March` from the opera `Love for Three Oranges`. October 3, 1954.
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``Gavotte`` (from Classical Symphony, Op. 25). Recorded in March 27, 1931.
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Masques, . 75, 5. Recorded: July 2018, Brussels. Arr. - J. Heifetz.
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`). Recorded: July 2018, Brussels. Arr. - J. Heifetz.
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Gavotte, op. 32, No. 3. October 16, 1946, RCA Studios, Hollywood.
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Masques, jh. 75, No. 5. November 29, 1945, New York. Arr. - J. Heifetz.
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`). Recorded: November 30, 1945, New York. Tr. - J. Heifetz.
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`). September 15, 1970, Paris. Tr. - J. Heifetz.
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Music for children, Op 65 - No 10: March. Solo cello arranged by Gregor Piatigorsky.
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`Troika`, a fragment from the suite `Lieutenant Kizhe`. Transcription for viola and piano by V.V. Borisovsky. Entry 2014.
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The suite from the opera War and Peace was done by Christopher Palmer.
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi.
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Etude (D minor) Op.2 No.1.
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8 Capriccio
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March from Peter and the Wolf.
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Fragments of the suites `Romeo and Juliet`. Recording - February 11 and 13, 1957, Boston.
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3 parts from `Romeo & Juliet`. Recorded: October 15, 1957, Shanghai.
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March, from ``Love for 3 Oranges`` for violin and piano. Recorded live November 21, 1953.
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Winter Fairy, from ``Cinderella``. Recorded live June 13, 1952.
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`Precipitato from Piano sonata No. 7, Op. 83`. Recorded live in Toronto (Ontario), Canada, 1974. RADIO BROADCAST.
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5 plays from `Romeo and Juliet`. Transcription of Borisovsky.
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Variation of the Winter Fairy from the ballet `Cinderella`. Transl. Fichtenholz. Recording - November 4, 6, 1953, Toronto.
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`Masques` from ``Romeo and Juliet``. With Valentin PAVLOVSKY (piano). Recorded in 1941.
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`). Leon Pommers - piano. 1956-60. Tr. - J. Heifetz.
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``Etude in D minor, Op. 2, No. 1``. Carnegie Hall recital, 1947, New York City (USA).
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Op. 102, 6 PIECES FOR PIANO FROM THE BALLET `CINDERELLA`, No. 1. Waltz (Cinderella and the Prince). Year of recording - ?
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`Legend` (No. 6) from the cycle `10 Pieces for Piano`, Op. 12. BBC Legends. Recording: Royal Festival Hall, London, 8 July 1961.
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Moscow, April 4, 1952.
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Rondo Op.52-2 Moscow, April 4, 1952.
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Kiev, Philharmonic Hall, 05 March 1960; op.22 No.3-6, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15, 18
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Kiev, Philharmonic Hall, 10 July 1962; War & Peace, Valse
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Kiev, Philharmonic Hall, 10 July 1962; op.95 Cinderella, Gavotte
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Kiev, Philharmonic Hall, 10 July 1962; op.22 No.3-6, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15, 18, 20
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Kiev, Philharmonic Hall, 10 July 1962; op.32 No.1 Dance, No.4 Valse
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Gavotte, Op. 95, No. 2. Sviatoslav Richter at Carnegie Hall. Recorded - December 28, 1960.
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No. 4 of op. 22 (`Fleeting`). Sviatoslav Richter at Carnegie Hall. Recorded - December 28, 1960.
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4 Pieces for Piano, Op. 32 - 1 Danza, 4 Waltz. Sviatoslav Richter, Live recording, Tokyo, 1981.
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Gavot from Cinderella, op. 95, No. 2. recording - December 1954, Moscow.
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Gavot from Cinderella, op. 95, No. 2. recording - September 1956, Moscow.
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`Evanescence`, op. 22, No. 6, 18. Entry - June 8, 1979, Moscow.
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5 pieces from the ballet `Cinderella`: Quarrel-Gavotte-Fairy of Autumn-Orientalia-Cinderella and the Prince. Recording - June 9, 1979, Moscow.
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Op. 52, 2. Tokyo, February 12, 1981
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27.04.1961. Obsession, Op. 4, No. 4.
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27.04.1961, Moscow.
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`March` (from The Love for Three Oranges, Op. 33a). (Transcription: Jascha Heifetz). Released in 1990.
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Waltz from the ballet `Cinderella`.
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`).
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March (from `The Love for Three Oranges`). Recorded: March 23, 1961, New York.
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Pieces from Romeo & Juliet Op. 75 - Juliet The Young Lady, Minuet, Masks, The Montagues and Capulets, Mercutio. Lise de la Salle - piano. Rec. November 2006, Switzerland.
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`March` from the opera `Love for Three Oranges`. May 9, 1982
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March, The Love For Three Oranges, Op.33. Transcribed by Jascha Heifetz. Gil Shaham - violin, Akira Eguchi - piano. Recording: Munich, June 1996.
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Romeo and Juliet, Suites No.1 (Op.64a), No.2 (Op.101), excerpts. 1. Montagues and Capulets, 2. The Child Juliet, 3. Friar Lawrence, 4. Morning Dance, 5. Minuet, 6. Masks, 7. Death of Tybalt, 8. Dance, 9. Romeo at the Grave of Juliet. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Yuri Simonov. Rec. March 1996.
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Romeo and Juliet, ballet in 4 acts, Op. 64: `Danse des jeunes filles des Antilles` & `Masques`. Recorded: December 22, 1947, New York.
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`Suggestion diabolique, Op. 4, No. 4`. Recorded in Aix-en-Provence (France), October 11-12, 1990.
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`March (Music for Children)`. Maud Tortelier (cello). Recorded at Studio Jenner, Paris (France), September 25 & 29, 1958.
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`Scenes` from ``Romeo and Juliet Ballet``. Recorded at EMI-Studios, Abbey Road, London (England), January 15-16, 1985.
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`Morning` from the cycle `Children`s music` Op.65 No. 1
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`Walk` from the cycle `Children`s Music` Op.65 No. 2
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`Fairy tale` from the cycle `Children`s music` Op. 65 No. 3
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`The procession of grasshoppers` from the cycle `Children`s Music` Op.65 No. 7
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`March` from the cycle `Children`s music` Op.65 No. 10
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Scherzo from the fifth symphony.
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2017? The finale of the 7th Sonata (Stalingrad) by S. Prokofiev. Encore after the concert program.
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`Adagio` (from Ten Pieces from the Ballet ``Cinderella``). IRINA NUZOVA (piano). Recorded on October 27-30, 2008, in the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio, WFMT, Chicago, USA.
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