Due to the limitations on the length of a discussion, I am unable to continue discussing each of Prokofiev's Piano Sonatas! As a result, I will attempt to try a different approach. If you are learning a particular sonata, performing one, or are interested in learning more about one or more of them, please post any questions you have concerning it in terms of performance such as, tempi, themes, motifs, dynamics and whatever other questions you may have, and I will attempt to reply with the information that I gathered while performing in Boris Berman's master classes. I will make use of my personal notes, ideas, Berman's recordings and his new book which discusses each of the sonatas.
I hope this approach will create new interest on this wonderful topic and I look forward to sharing our thoughts and ideas with eachother!
Raymond Vacchino M.Mus. A.Mus. L.R.S.M. Licentiate
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