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||S. Prokofiev: Piano Works in Five Volumes|
(Сочинения в фортепиано в 5-ти томах), vol.2
Moscow: Muzyka, 1983.
||Nos.1, 3-6, 8-9 from 1983 edition; No.10 from ca.1967 collection (Plate 2400).|
Pagination - (#81-83, 89-103, 109-119; 40-47)
||"Specially edited by the composer"
||New York: G. Schirmer, 1919. Plates 29335-36, 29333.
||This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
Scherzo humoristique (No.9)
For 4 Bassoons (Prokofiev)
||10 Pieces for Piano
||Десять пьес для фортепиано
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- March (Марш)
- Gavotte (Гавот)
- Rigaudon (Ригодон)
- Mazurka (Мазурка)
- Capriccio (Каприччио)
- Legenda (Легенда)
- Prelude (Прелюд)
- Allemande (Аллеманда)
- Humorous Scherzo (Юмористическое скерцо)
- Scherzo (Скерцо)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1914-02-05 — Moscow: Sergey Prokofiev (piano)|
1916-09-02 — London. Scherzo humoristique, arr. for 4 bassoons (Op.12bis)
||1914 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson|
1915 — Moscow: P. Jurgenson. Scherzo humoristique, arr. for 4 bassoons (Op.12bis)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
||The March (No.1) was based on No.6 of the Little Songs, series V (1906)
||Prokofiev Catalogue (dead link)|
All Music Guide
||No.9 was arranged by Prokofiev for 4 bassoons, 1915
"The tamer binary-form exercises for Lyadov's class did not go entirely to waste. Three turn up in Op.12..."- Nice, Prokofiev: From Russia to the West, 1891-1935, p.50.