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Musica Moderna/ Suggestion Diabolique Prokofiev Devlish Inspiration
Musica Moderna/ Suggestion Diabolique Prokofiev Devlish Inspiration Aloysio Rachid, brazilian (brasilianische) (brasilianer) (breziliene) (brésiliénne) pianist, plays (performs) (spielt) (toca) (executa) Devlish (Suggestion) Inspiration opus 4 number 4 by Serge (Sergei) Prokofiew (Prokofief) (1891-1953). Sugestões Diabólicas. Sugestão Diabólica (diabolica). Suggestion Diabolique. Teuflische Einflüsterung. Obsession Diabolique. Diabolic Suggestion. Suggestione Diabolica by Sergei Prokofieff. Russian (Russe) (Russo) (Russi) modern (moderne) (moderno) russische musik (muderno) classical (klassic) (classique) (classico) (clasico) composer (kompozer) (compositeur) (compositor) (komponist). Piano (klavier) (pianoforte) solo instrumental performance. Dificult music (musica difícil) (muzica dificile) (musique). Música percussiva requer uma técnica de braços e punho mais apurada, não indicada para iniciantes do instrumento. 20th Century Composers. Compositores famosos (famozos) (fameux) do século XX (vinte). Op. 4 No 4. Four piano pieces (cuatro piezas) (quatro peças) ( vier stücken) opus 04. Klavir kompozicije (musica) (muzica). Klavir solo instrumental song music. Musici classici russi per pianoforte solo performance execuciion. Músicas modernas russas macabras. Musique russe macabre pour piano (pian). Sons macabros. Muzica de terror. Medo. Susto. Moderner klassik musik für klavier spieler. Russische moderne klassische musik.
Prokofiev Violin Sonata no. 1 op. 80, Violin Concerto no. 2 mov. 2
Prokofiev Violin Sonata no. 1 op. 80, Violin Concerto no. 2 mov. 2 Prague 2009 and 2002, Rudolfinum Monika Vrabcová was born in Prague in 1983. She started to play violin at the age of 5 under the instruction of Mrs. Zdeňka Králová. Since the age of 9 she regularly took part in The International Kocian Violin Competition where she gradually gained five 2nd prizes and the same number of prizes for the best interpretation of compulsory works. In The International music competition in San Bartolomeo in 1998 she won the first prize, she achieved the same position on the same place a year later in the three - round music competition in Japanese Takasaki. As a result of this victory, she was invited to have her debut concert at the Casals Hall in Tokio. During the years 1997 2002 she studied at the Prague Conservatoire in the class of prof. Jaroslav Foltýn. She concluded her studies with a performance of the Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2 in the Dvořák's Hall of the Rudolfinum together with the Symphony Orchestra of the Prague Conservatoire. In 1998 she successfully auditioned for the Gustav Mahler Jugend Orchestra, she became its youngest member and during the years 1999 - 2001 she made a concert tours under the direction of conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Seiji Ozawa, Pierre Boulez etc. She performed in the programme „Prague invites the talents of the year 2000, which was broadcasted live by the radio „ Classic . In July 2001 she was awarded a scholarship for London Masterclasses, whose violin class was guided by the professor of the ...
S. Prokofiev : "Suggestion Diabolique" op. 4 no. 4 (Chiu)
S. Prokofiev : "Suggestion Diabolique" op. 4 no. 4 (Chiu) S. Prokofiev : "Suggestion Diabolique" op. 4 no. 4 (Chiu). Early in the 20th century, an aspiring 17-year-old composer named Sergei Prokofiev wrote a collection of primal, abrasive piano pieces that defied the lush, romantic inclinations of Russian classical music of the time. One of these compositions was a 3-minute piece called "Suggestion Diabolique". When Prokofiev performed this composition at the St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1909, he was denounced as an "extreme leftist", and a "bad boy of Russian music" (this wasn't meant as a backhanded compliment, like in the Russell Crowe sense). Since then, however, "Suggestion Diabolique" has come to be regarded as a piano masterpiece, a foil for concert pianists everywhere.
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet - Tamara Rojo & Carlos Acosta - Act I, Sc
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet - Tamara Rojo & Carlos Acosta - Act I, Sc Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev : Montagues and Capulets (also known as Dance of the Knights) from Act I, Scene 2. Tamara Rojo (Juliet), Carlos Acosta (Romeo), José Martin (Mercutio), Thiago Soares (Tybalt), Yohei Sasaki, David Pickering, Christopher Saunders, Elizabeth McGorian, Gary Avis, Christina Arestis, Sandra Conley, Alastair Marriott and Francesca Filpi. London Royal Opera House (2007) Orchestra : Royal Ballet Sinfonia Boris Gruzin (conductor) Kenneth MacMillan (choregraphy) * * *
Peter and the Wolf - Piano
Peter and the Wolf - Piano Beta website: 1url.com with sheet music, midi files, mp3's and more! Enjoy! The theme from "Peter and the Wolf" on piano! Composer: Sergei Prokofiev Available on iTunes: itunes.apple.com
Romance - Sergej Prokofiev
Romance - Sergej Prokofiev Romance, composed by Sergej Prokofiev as a soundtrack of the movie Lieutenant Kije, played under the Direction of C. Tennstedt by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Some songs that use this melody: Hard Creation - I Will Have That Power: www.youtube.com Sting - Russians: www.youtube.com
Alexander Nevsky: The Battle On The Ice (B)
Alexander Nevsky: The Battle On The Ice (B) Music composed by Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev. Irina Gelahova, Dmitry Yablonsky; Russian State Symphony Orchestra, Stanislavsky Chorus
Serge Prokofiev : Pierre et le Loup (1936), transcription pour piano
Serge Prokofiev : Pierre et le Loup (1936), transcription pour piano Serge Prokofiev (1891-1953) (Russie) Pierre et le Loup (1936), transcription libre pour piano par Tatania Nikolayeva 1/2 1- Peter (4.03) 2- L'oiseau (0.26) 3- Le Canard (3.26) 4- Le Chat (1.50) Célèbre interprète de Dmitri Shostakovitch, la pianiste Tatania Nikolayeva (1924-1993) déploie dans son interprétation-recréation du conte musical « Pierre et le Loup » (1936) de Sergei Prokofiev une implacable virtuosité qui ne laisse place à aucun sentimentalisme. Cet excès est, selon l'auditeur, une qualité inoubliable ou un défaut frustrant. On peut aussi écouter sur collectionCB, de Sergei Prokofiev, ses « Four Portraits and a Denouement » (1931), suite pour orchestre arrangée de son opéra « The Gambler ». LIST OF THE UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB/LISTE DES MISES EN LIGNE DE COLLECTIONCB : knol.google.com
Muse - Ouverture Prokofiev [Live]
Muse - Ouverture Prokofiev [Live] Muse open their concert in Verona with an ouverture by Sergei Prokofiev, "The Dance of Knights" from his "Romeo and Juliet". From the Dance of Knights to Knights of Cydonia! :) I was going to have a collapse! XD
S. Prokofiev - The Love For Three Oranges Suite (complete). Part 1.
S. Prokofiev - The Love For Three Oranges Suite (complete). Part 1. Louis de Froment conducting the Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg, a very good interpretation! Part 1 of 2. The Love for Three Oranges is an opera composed in 1919 by Sergei Prokofiev to a libretto based on the play L'Amore delle tre melarance by Carlo Gozzi. The play itself is based on Giambattista Basile's fairy tale "The Love for Three Oranges" (#408 in the Aarne-Thompson classification system). The absurd story is in the Commedia dell'Arte tradition, and concerns a young prince, cursed by a wicked witch and forced to voyage into distant lands in search of three oranges, each of which contains a princess. The libretto was adapted by Prokofiev and Vera Janacopoulos from Vsevolod Meyerhold's translation of Gozzi's play. The adaptation modernized some of the Commedia dell'Arte influences and also introduced a healthy dose of Surrealism. At its première, the opera was sung in French, as L'Amour des trois oranges. The best-known piece in the opera is the "March." It is a popular orchestral selection, and was used by CBS in the series The FBI in Peace and War that was broadcast 1944-1958. The opera was given its premiere performance on December 30, 1921 at the Chicago Opera, with the composer himself conducting. It has become Prokofiev's most widely performed opera, having entered the standard repertoire of many opera companies.
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