Flute Sonata (Prokofiev)
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The Flute Sonata in D, Op. 94, was a musical work that was composed by Sergei Prokofiev in 1943. It was initially made for flute and piano, but a later version of the piece used a violin instead of a flute. The piece contains four different movements.
The Flute Sonata in D was completed in the summer of 1943. At that same time, Prokofiev was working on music for "Ivan the terrible". The flute sonata in D was first performed in Moscow, Russia on December 7, 1943 by Nicolai Kharkovsky (flute) and Sviatoslav Richter (piano). It was later transcribed for violin in 1944, by the composer with the help of violinist David Oistrakh, as Op. 94a. The violin version was first performed by David Oistrakh (violin) and Lev Oborin, Piano, on June 17, 1944.
There are four movements:
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- Stevens, Danielle Emily (2014). Sonata for Flute and Piano in D Major, Op. 94 by Sergey Prokofiev: A Performance Guide (PDF) (Honors Thesis). Texas State University.
- Free scores by Flute Sonata (Prokofiev) at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)Flute Sonata (Prokofiev): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
- Prokofiev Flute Sonata performed by Boris Bizjak and Simon Lane
- "Prokofiev Flute Sonata in D major performed by Matthew Ross (Flute) & Eun-Joung Kim (Piano) - Complete (25:17)". YouTube. November 26, 2012.
- Sonata Op. 94 I Moderato - Prokofiev interpretada por el flautista Adrian Altamura.
- "Thoughts on Prokofiev Flute Sonata (Article discussing the best approach to playing the sonata.)". Flutin' High Blog. January 19, 2009.
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