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Prokofiev, Sergei (1891-1953)

Sergei Prokofiev by Library of Congress (1918 Public Domain)

Alternative last name spellings
Alternative first name spellings: Sergeyevich.
Alias: –


“The composer, just as the poet, the sculptor or the painter, is in duty bound to serve Man, the people. He must beautify human life and defend it.”



Description: Sergei Prokofiev was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor considered one of the leading composers of the twentieth century. He was a prodigy and with 9 years old he began to compose. He came to have a virtuoso style of composition and piano interpretation. At seven he had also learned to play chess, which will be a passion throughout his life.
Sex: Male. Occupation: Composer, Pianist, Conductor.
Place of Birth / Death: Sóntsovka, Donetsk, Ukraine, Russian Empire / Moscow, Soviet Union. Country Tags: Russia.
Periods: 19th Century, 20th Century. Genres: Orchestral music, Chamber music, Instrumental music, Vocal music, Symphonic music, Ballet, Opera.
Styles: Romanticism, Virtuosism. School / Group: –
Instruments: Piano. Relatives: Lina Prokofiev (Wife).
Patrons: – Master: Reinhold Glière, Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov, Nikolái Cherepnin.



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External links



  • Beltrando-Patier, Marie-Claire y otros (1996). Historia de la música. Espasa Calpe.
  • Burkholder, J. Peter. Jay Grout, Donald. Palisca, Claude V. (2015). Historia de la música occidental. Madrid: Alianza música.
  • Jaffé, Daniel (1998). Sergey Prokofiev. 20th-Century Composers. Phaidon Press.
  • Michels, Ulrich (1992). Atlas de música, Vol 2. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.
  • Nestyev, Israel (1961). Prokofiev. Florence Jonas (translator). Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Onnen, Frank (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.
  • Pajares Alonso, Roberto L. (2010). Historia de la Música en 6 bloques. Madrid: Visión libros.
  • Turina, Joaquín. (2000). Enciclopedia abreviada de la música. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva.