Serge Koussevitzky - Peter And The Wolf, Op. 67 album FLAC
London Philharmonic Orchestra/Sian Edwards – Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 - Medley of themes. Sergei Koussevitzky - Boston Symphony Orchestra – Prokofiev Symphony N. in B flat major. 3:13. Jascha Heifetz & Charles Munch cond. Boston Symphony Orchestra – Sergei Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2 in . :18. Sergei Prokofiev – Classical Symphony in D major, O. 5 - . 9:34. Серге й Кусеви цкiй – IV. Allegro giocoso. Sergei Prokofiev – Peter and the Wolf, O. 7 Boston Symphon. 1:26. Серге й Кусеви цкiй – III. Adagio. Luxemburg Radio Symphony Orchestra,Louis de Froment, Conductor,Edward Armstrong, Narrator – Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67 Main Theme & Coda.
This is the story of Peter and the wolf. Each character in the tale is going to be represented by a Different instrument of the orchestra. For instance, the bird will Be played by the flute. Here's the duck, played by The oboe. The cat by the clarinet. The bassoon will represent Grandfather. The wolf by the French horns. No sooner had Peter gone than a big gray wolf came out of the Forest. In a twinkling, the cat climbed up into the tree. The duck quacked And in her excitement jumped out of the pond. But no matter how Hard the duck tried to run, she couldn't escape the wolf. He was getting nearer, nearer, catching up with her. Then he got Her and with one gulp swallowed her. And now, this is how things stood: the cat was sitting on one Branch, the bird on another, not too close to the cat And the wolf walked round and round the tree, looking at them with Hungry eyes.
Peter and the Wolf (Opus 67) by Serge Prokofieff, Boston Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Serge Koussevitzky, Narration by Richard Hale. RCA Victor Red Seal Record DM-566. Serge Koussevitzky, Boston Symphony Orchestra – Daphnis And Chloe' Suite. 2 Shellac, 12", 78 RPM, Album, Mono. Victor Red Seal – SP-1. Matrix, Runout: 11-8748B.
Peter and the Wolf Op. 67, a 'symphonic fairy tale for children', is a musical composition written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936. The narrator tells a children's story, while the orchestra illustrates it. It is Prokofiev's most frequently performed work, and one of the most frequently performed works in the entire classical repertoire. It has been recorded many times.