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Sonata for Violoncello solo Op. 115, Sergei Prokofiev

Sonata for Violoncello solo Op. 115, Sergei Prokofiev
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Sonate für Violoncello solo
Komponist: Prokofjew, Sergej
Titel: Sonate für Violoncello solo
Opus: op. 115
Arrangeur: Hilger, Norbert
Reihe: Neue Bearbeitungen
Besetzung: Vc
Einband: KT
Seitenzahl: 9
Format: 29,7 x 21,0 cm
Editionsnummer: SIK2406
ISMN: 9790003038292

Sergei Prokofievs Sonata for Violin Solo, Op. 115 was composed in 1947, at the time when he was also working on his Ninth Piano Sonata and Sixth Symphony. Prokofiev made an announcement in the Wechernaya Moskva on 30 October on the occasion of the 'Thirtieth Anniversary of the Great October Revolution:'

'A violin sonata that I composed not long ago also corresponds to the mood of these holidays thanks to its major-key character and the Russian themes worked out in it. I can imagine it being played in unison by young violinists, perhaps by pupils of our music schools.'

Of course, Prokofievs Sonata is conceived for one solo violin and this idea of a choric performance is at best an intellectual game. Prokofievs unique melodic language plays an important role in this work, as it does in his ballet Cinderella (1940-44) and in the Sonata for Flute and Piano, Op. 94 of 1943, which also entered the repertoire as the Second Violin Sonata. Prokofievs Violin Solo Sonata is in D major with a central variation movement in B-flat and is very concisely and stringently composed. Norbert Hilger has succeeded in making a congenial adaptation of this work with his version for violoncello solo.

Sonate für Violoncello solo
Komponist: Prokofjew, Sergej
Titel: Sonate für Violoncello solo
Opus: op. 115
Arrangeur: Hilger, Norbert
Reihe: Neue Bearbeitungen
Besetzung: Vc
Einband: KT
Seitenzahl: 9
Format: 29,7 x 21,0 cm
Editionsnummer: SIK2406
ISMN: 9790003038292

Sergei Prokofievs Sonata for Violin Solo, Op. 115 was composed in 1947, at the time when he was also working on his Ninth Piano Sonata and Sixth Symphony. Prokofiev made an announcement in the Wechernaya Moskva on 30 October on the occasion of the 'Thirtieth Anniversary of the Great October Revolution:'

'A violin sonata that I composed not long ago also corresponds to the mood of these holidays thanks to its major-key character and the Russian themes worked out in it. I can imagine it being played in unison by young violinists, perhaps by pupils of our music schools.'

Of course, Prokofievs Sonata is conceived for one solo violin and this idea of a choric performance is at best an intellectual game. Prokofievs unique melodic language plays an important role in this work, as it does in his ballet Cinderella (1940-44) and in the Sonata for Flute and Piano, Op. 94 of 1943, which also entered the repertoire as the Second Violin Sonata. Prokofievs Violin Solo Sonata is in D major with a central variation movement in B-flat and is very concisely and stringently composed. Norbert Hilger has succeeded in making a congenial adaptation of this work with his version for violoncello solo.

Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagSikorski Musikverlag GmbH & Co. KG
ProduktCello
Komponist-ForfatterProkofiev, Sergei
SjangerKlassisk
Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagSikorski Musikverlag GmbH & Co. KG
ProduktCello
Komponist-ForfatterProkofiev, Sergei
SjangerKlassisk
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