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Sergey Prokofiev. Sonata for flute (or violin) & piano in D major, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. This thesis contains a performance guide for Sergey Prokofiev’s Sonata for . to pursue an understanding of Prokofiev’s flute sonata that fuses my passion for. In reference to his choice of scoring for this sonata, Prokofiev later wrote that the flute “had for a long time attracted me, and it seemed to me that it had been.

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Its themes are undeniably dancelike in character, at times fanciful, while at other times vigorous. Laurel Zucker, Virtuoso Flutist. The Complete Supraphon Recordings. French and Russian Masterworks. Oistrakh had more in mind than just acquiring a new piece to play when he made the suggestion to his friend: The second movement, Scherzo, playfully refuses to obey the confines of its time signature and is followed by a plaintive Trio with imitations of gypsy coloration.

It was at the prompting of famed violinist David Oistrakh that, inSergey Prokofiev adapted his Sonata for flute and piano in Fllute major, Op.

Flute Sonata, Op.94

Sonata in F minor, Op. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Introspection Late Night Partying. The sonata in it’s violin rendition was premiered by Oistrakh in Moscow on June 17, Sonatas for Violin and Piano; Rachmaninov: Souvenir D’un Lieu Cher.


The Andante movement, though brief, is a beautifully serene moment. The opening movement of the Sonata No. The Complete Sony Classical Recordings.

Works for Flute and Piano. The final sonara, Allegro con brio, brings to life the machinations of Prokofiev, the ballet composer. The trio comes across as a wonderfully fleeting, elfin wisp when played by flute; as a witty, barbed dialogue when played by violin and piano.

Flute Sonata (Prokofiev) – Wikipedia

Masterworks for Flute and Piano. The actual changes made in the adaptation for violin are minimal — the violin can play a few half steps lower than sonat flute, and the violin can play chords and double stops — but the natures of the two instruments are so different that a pianist prokoifev the piece with first one and then the other would find that a completely different approach is needed. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.

Among those present in the audience was the violinist David Oistrakh who later persuaded Prokofiev to arrange the work for violin and piano. Genre Chamber Music Classical.

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Our partners may combine this information with other information that you have fkute to them or that they have collected as part of your use of the Services. Streams Videos All Posts. On one of the highly infrequent occasions that Bernard Shaw returned to his early role of music critic, he described this sonata as a “humorous masterpiece of authentic violin music. The one version has never really replaced the other Prokofiev never disowned the original flute version, and, even if he had, it’s unlikely that the world’s flutists would ever have given it upbut — perhaps spnata because there are so many more famous concert violinists than famous concert flutists — one is likely to hear Op.


The movement evidences moments of Pathos, touches of humor and flights of fancy. Music for Flute in 20th Century. Grand Sonatas for Flute. Dance Preludes; Carl Nielsen: The sonata has four movements: Moderato, Scherzo marked Allegretto Scherzando in the flute version and Presto in the violin versionAndante, and Allegro con brio. Classics for the Flute, Volume II.

Prokofiev Flute Sonata in D major, op. 94, 3rd mvt andante

Enescu, Muczynski, Prokofiev, Schulhoff. You accept our cookies when you click “Allow cookies” and continue to use this website. Stylistically, his works changed little over the decades; the same qualities and mannerisms by which his later works are recognized can be found in many of his earlier works.