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A terse definition of Sergei Prokofiev’s music can be traced back to the words of Friedrich Schlegel : « It is equally fatal for the spirit to have a system and not have a system. Therefore the spirit must try to combine them ». The aim of this article is to illustrate some principles that integrate the several facets of Prokofiev’s neo-tonal language, especially with regard to pitch structures, and to connect them with an interdisciplinary domain that also includes literature. Prokofiev’s compositional techniques are considered in terms of their « immanent » as well as extra-musical values. The symbolic-associative relationship between Prokofiev’s musical language and certain literary works reflects a representative relationship with the cultural milieu (social, historical) of that time.


Prokofiev et la littérature

N° 8 e

Carlo Bianchi

University of Pavia-Cremona, Italy

Sizing up Prokofiev's music - Some remarks on a neo-tonal language


Nicolas Moron
Nicolas Moron - Genèse et publications de Sept, ils sont sept

Christina K. Guillaumier
Christina K. Guillaumier - Prokofiev, opera and theatre

Carlo Bianchi
Carlo Bianchi - Sizing up Prokofiev's music


Laetitia Le Guay
Laetitia Le Guay Brancovan - Le journal 1907-1933 de Serge Prokofiev