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Prokofiev: The Stone Flower / Gianandrea Noseda, B.B.C. PO

> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 4: Danilo's monologue and the Mistress's reply
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 4: The Mistress shows Danilo the stone flower
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 4: Severyan and the workers; the Mistress's warning
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 5: Scene and Katerina's dance [thinking of Danilo]
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 5: Severyan's arrival
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 5: Where are you, sweet Danilo?
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act II Scene 5: The appearance of the Mistress and Katerina's joy
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 6: Ural Rhapsody
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 6: Interlude II
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 6: Russian dance
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Gypsy dance
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Severyan's dance
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Solo of the gypsy girl and Coda
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Katerina's appearance and Severyan's rage
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: The appearance of the Mistress and Scene of Severyan transfixed
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Severyan follows the Mistress
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act III Scene 7: Severyan's death
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 8: Katerina sits by the fire and yearns for Danilo
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 8: Scene and Katerina's dance with the skipping fire-spirit
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 8: Katerina follows the fire-spirit
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 9: Katerina's dialogue with the Mistress
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 9: Danilo turned to stone
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 9: The joy of Katerina and Danilo's reunion
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 9: The Mistress presents gifts to Katerina and Danilo
> Skaz o kammenom tsvetke (The Tale of the Stone Flower), Op. 118 - Act IV Scene 9: Epilogue

Album Summary

>Prokofiev, Sergei : Tale of the Stone Flower, Op. 118
Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

"While the conductor (Noseda) doesn't disguise the fact that the score's perky and unusual orchestration is sometimes more interesting than its melodic substance, much of it recycled from other compositions, his players make thrilling use of the colouristic opportunities it affords. Everything is exceptionally well-shaped and controlled, with wind soloists in particular given ample opportunity to shine." - David Gutman, Gramophone



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>Prokofiev, Sergei : Tale of the Stone Flower, Op. 118
  • Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda
  • Ensemble: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Notes: New Broadcasting House, Manchester, England (01/21/2003/01/22/2003)
  • Running Time: 4 min. 15 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Ballet
  • Written: 1948-1953