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21-30 of 61 videos of music composed by Sergei Prokofiev

Orquesta Athanor. Pedro y el Lobo de Sergei Prokofiev. 1/4
Orquesta Athanor. Pedro y el Lobo de Sergei Prokofiev. 1/4 Concierto de la Orquesta Athanor interpretando Pedro y el Lobo, de Sergei Prokofiev, en el auditorio Pilar Bardém de Rivas Vaciamadrid. Junio de 2009
Rozhdestvensky conducts Prokofiev - Symphony No. 7: First Movement [
Rozhdestvensky conducts Prokofiev - Symphony No. 7: First Movement [ Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) Symphony No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 131 I. Moderato Gennady Rozhdestvensky (b. 1931),conductor Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra Symphony No. 7 was Prokofiev's final symphony, completed in 1952. Rozhdestvensky uses the original soft ending in the final movement in this version. Prokofiev always intended the symphony to close this way. Recorded in 1969, re-released in 1979. Quintessence/Melodiya. ClassicalRecords is a Youtube channel where I upload some excellent performances from the LPs in my collection. I'm uploading these LPs because they are either not available on CD, out of print on CD, or just difficult to find.
orquesta de guitarras- Capuletos y montescos by Prokofiev
orquesta de guitarras- Capuletos y montescos by Prokofiev Classical guitar. orquesta de guitarras de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia interpretando un arreglo de Jean Carlo Espíndola de la obra de Prokofiev Romeo y Julieta.
Prokofiev Sonata No. 7 in B flat major: Precipitato - Gould
Prokofiev Sonata No. 7 in B flat major: Precipitato - Gould Glenn Gould Plays Sergei Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No. 7 in B flat major 'Stalingrad', third movement: Precipitato
Sviatoslav Richter plays Prokofiev Sonata No. 7 (2/2)
Sviatoslav Richter plays Prokofiev Sonata No. 7 (2/2) Part 2 Sergei Prokofiev - Sonata no.7 in B-flat major, op.83 2. Andante caloroso 3. Precipitato Live recording, 1958 (?)
Mikael Plays Prokofiev - Sonata no.7 (2nd and 3rd part) at "Classic
Mikael Plays Prokofiev - Sonata no.7 (2nd and 3rd part) at "Classic Pianist Mikael Oganes plays in Studio of Artist Alexei Steele's concert series. Great Audience, every month at monday...
Alexander Nevsky: Arise, Ye Russian People
Alexander Nevsky: Arise, Ye Russian People Music composed by Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev. Irina Gelahova, Dmitry Yablonsky; Russian State Symphony Orchestra, Stanislavsky Chorus
Sergei Prokofiev plays Prokofiev Small Pieces, op.12
Sergei Prokofiev plays Prokofiev Small Pieces, op.12 Sergei Prokofiev - Zehn kleine Klavierstücke, Op. 12 1. March 2. Gavotte 3. Rigaudon 7. Prelude 10. Scherzo Recorded for Duo-Art Reproducing Piano Rolls.
A Time for Us (Romeo and Juliet) by Nino Rota - Classic Guitar
A Time for Us (Romeo and Juliet) by Nino Rota - Classic Guitar This piece was written by the Italian Nino Rota and the song was sung by many famous singers, including Engelbert. It is also very famous for being the soundtrack of the movie Romeo and Juliet. This arrangment by Emad hamdy is for intermediate-level guitarists. For an advanced arrangement, check the egyptguitar channel on YouTube and hear it from the master's guitar. AGAIN, REST ASSURED, THE SKELETON IN THE BACKGROUND IS PLASTIC :D Was using it to study anatomy and forgot that it was still there and in the frame :D
Prokofiev - Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 83 III. Precipitato (Pollini)
Prokofiev - Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 83 III. Precipitato (Pollini) Precipitato, third movement from Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 83 Maurizio Pollini, piano Sergei Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No. 7 in B flat major, Op. 83 (sometimes also called "Stalingrad"), the second of his three War Sonatas, was composed between 1939-1942 and premiered January 18, 1943 in Moscow by Sviatoslav Richter. Considered by some to be one of the most brilliant toccatas ever written, the Precipitato boldly affirms the key of the sonata through a more diatonic harmonic language than found in the first movement. This is obvious from the very beginning, with simple B-flat major triads repeated over and over again. Despite a wide range of performance tempos chosen by different pianists, the effect is nevertheless imposing and exciting. The toccata culminates into a furious recapitulation of the main theme, taxing all ten fingers to the utmost, until the piece finally ends in a thundering cascade of octaves.
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