Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67: Nos. 1-14 (music only) · Sergei Prokofiev · Leopold Stokowski · Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York The Works of Sergei Prokofiev ℗ 2013 Ameritz Music Ltd Released on: 2013-12-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.
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25 years ago, when my children were young, we would sit and listen to this recording of Peter and the Wolf and look at the book from where all the images in the video are from. I created this video for them as a Christmas gift in 2013. The music is from a recording by the Israel Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta. The Narrator is Itzhak Perlman. The images are from the book we always read along with while listening to the CD. Publisher: Poegsma - A children's book publisher in the Netherlands Text by: Loriot Illustrations by: Jorg Muller
Sergey Prokofiev (1891-1953), Россия Pierre et le loup (Suite orchestrale), op. 67 Peter and the Wolf (Orchestral Suite), Op. 67 - The Story Begins - The Bird - The Duck, Dialogue with the Bird, Attack of the Cat - Grandfather - The Wolf - The Duck Is Caught - The Wolf Stalks the Bird and the Cat - Peter Prepares to Catch the Wolf - The Bird Diverts the Wolf - Peter Catches the Wolf - The Hunters Arrive - The Procession to the Zoo The Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York Leopold Stokowski -------------------------
Prokofiev - Peter And The Wolf March
Tatyana Petrovna Nikolayeva (May 4, 1924 – November 22, 1993) was a Russian Soviet pianist, composer and teacher. Nikolayeva was born in Bezhitsa (now part of Bryansk) in the Bryansk district on May 4, 1924. Her mother was a professional pianist and studied at the Moscow Conservatory under the renowned pedagogue Alexander Goldenweiser (whose other students included Grigory Ginzburg, Samuil Feinberg, Dimitri Bashkirov and Lazar Berman), and her father was an amateur violinist and cellist. She studied piano from the age of three and was composing by age twelve. At thirteen, she entered the Moscow Conservatory, studying with Goldenweiser and Evgeny Golubev. Goldenweiser, who had been friends with Alexander Scriabin, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Nikolai Medtner, stressed the need to develop the highest proficiency in contrapuntal playing. Nikolayeva graduated in 1948. After graduation, she studied composition with Golubev. During this time, she wrote a cantata, Pesn o schastye (Song about Happiness), and two piano concertos. The first concerto, in B major, was recorded with the USSR State Symphony Orchestra under the conductor Kirill Kondrashin. In 1950 Nikolayeva gained prominence by winning the International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition, part of the bicentennial marking Bach's death. More importantly, she met Dmitri Shostakovich at the competition, leading to a lifelong friendship, and was chosen as a first performer of Shostakovich's 24 Preludes and Fugues. Nikolayeva made three complete recordings of the cycle. In 1959 Nikolayeva became a teacher at the Moscow Conservatory, later becoming professor in 1965. She made over 50 recordings during her career, notably keyboard works by Bach, including his Art of Fugue, and by Beethoven, but only became widely known in the West late in life. With the fall of Communism, she found herself in demand internationally, making several concert tours to Europe and the United States. She also sat as a jury member on many international competitions, including the Leeds International Piano Competition in 1984 and 1987. One of her best known recordings is her own transcription of Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, which was released by RCA Victor in Japan. She was known to have had an immense repertoire, and many enthusiasts await the reissue of much of her Melodiya back-catalog. (Wikipedia) Please take note that the audio AND the sheet music ARE NOT mine. Change the quality to 480p if the video is blurry. Original audio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCrRDhtO32c
This is Walt Disney's 'Peter & The Wolf' children's story. The images have been scanned at high quality, and the record digitized and cleaned as much as I can without losing the tonal clarity. It has then been edited into a short animated story to bring back memories in the big kids out there, and also something innocent and wonderful to watch for your new batch! I originally did these for my little Niece, as I thought that she would love to see what her Daddy listened to and read as a child. I hope you and your kids enjoy it too. Peter and the Wolf (Russian: Петя и волк, Petya i volk), Op. 67, is a composition written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936 in the USSR. source: Wikipedia