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Visions Fugitives ~ «Мимолётности»
Sergei Prokofiev
Visions fugitives op. 22/1


Contents

Visions fugitives — «Мимолётности»

Movements — Части

  • 1. Lentamente
  • 2. Andante
  • 3. Allegretto
  • 4. Animato
  • 5. Molto giocoso
  • 6. Con eleganza
  • 7. Pittoresco (Arpa)
  • 8. Commodo
  • 9. Allegro tranquillo
  • 10. Ridicolosamente
  • 11. Con vivacità
  • 12. Assai moderato
  • 13. Allegretto
  • 14. Feroce
  • 15. Inquieto
  • 16. Dolente
  • 17. Poetico
  • 18. Con una dolce lentezza
  • 19. Presto agitaissimo e molto accentuato
  • 20. Lento irrealmente


Visions fugitives are a series of short piano pieces written by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev (18911953) between 1915 and 1917. They were premiered by Prokofiev on 15th April 1918 in Petrograd. The title was derived from a poem by Russian poet Konstantin Balmont. The title is French for "Fleeting/Fugitive Visions" which is taken from the following line of poetry by Balmont:

In every fugitive vision I see worlds,
         full of the changing play of rainbow hues...

The pieces, though far from atonal, contain dissonant harmonies similar in nature of music composed by Prokofiev's contemporaries (Schoenberg, Scriabin), although still retaining highly original concepts in both tonality and rhythm.


Мимолётности — цикл из 20 фортепианных пьес Сергея Прокофьева, написанных между 1915 и 1917 годами. Впервые исполнены 15 апреля 1918 года в Петрограде автором. Название заимствовано из стихотворения Константина Бальмонта, предпосланного Прокофьевым в качестве эпиграфа:

        Я не знаю мудрости, годной для других,
       Только мимолетности я влагаю в стих.
     В каждой мимолетности вижу я миры,
Полные изменчивой радужной игры.

Notes — Примечания


Links — Ссылки

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