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Prokofiev: Toccata Op. 11 in D Minor

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Sergey Prokofiev :
Toccata, Op. 11
Toccata Op. 11  in D Minor by Prokofiev piano sheet music
Key: D Minor Published: 1912
Level: 8+ Period: Modern
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (697 kB)
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xx Prokofiev's toccata Op.11
August 12, 2002, 03:15:37 AM by willcowskitz


Has anyone played this one?
When it starts spreading with the left hand jumping up and down on the keys, the left keeps going over the right hand, which plays the same loop again and again.
Is there another way to play this?  I couldn't figure out any other fingering besides using the right hand for the loop and jumping the left over the right whenever needed.  This causes difficulties in some parts when the keys that are to be pressed at same time are like adjacent to each other.  If anyone has played it or just has reasonable suggestions, blurt it out.


Here's the 'beginning' (the spreading I was talking about)

http://koti.mbnet.fi/exlex/toccata.gif



xx Prokofiev Toccata Op. 11
July 06, 2005, 05:42:45 AM by jlh

Some of you may have heard it, but I never put it up for audition here yet, so here it is!

The first file is from my senior recital at KU.  The second file is from another recital I did in St. Louis about a month later... funny story about this one... in the second main section there's the familiar FF contrary motion chromatic chords in D Major... well, I went an octave too far on this recital, and had to skip quite a bit of the piece as a result.  Interesting how these things happen during performance... Wink

Anyway, both recordings are here...


xx Prokofiev Toccata in D minor Op. 11
June 25, 2006, 12:31:21 PM by jlh

This is from my senior recital in April 2005.  It's one of the most difficult pieces in my repertoire at the moment.  Hope you like it!

Comments/critiques always welcome!

Josh


xx Re: Alexei Grynyuk - the Octave Marvel
December 05, 2006, 05:49:40 PM by henrah

What's the place he's playing at? It looks like the same place this guy (Tang Tang something or other) is playing the Prokky Toccata: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSPDmQtWPak


xx prokofiev toccata
December 24, 2007, 08:42:58 PM by s1d1f1

I can't start this poiece,I just can't.I don't know why,because is not that hard for reading but there are so many notes that my mind just can focuse,but I don't know why,I read so many dificult pieces.How shoul I start/should I practise separate hands?and how much time will I need to do this piece?


 s1d1f1


xx Prokofiev's Toccata - fingering
May 03, 2010, 07:37:18 AM by lost_child

Im really looking for advice in playing this piece. Sad Whats your fingering number at the climax of this song? The one with melody at the top and major third as its accompaniment.


xx (VIDEO) Prokofiev - Toccata op.11
May 29, 2010, 04:04:25 PM by dannyjun

Live 3rd March 2010, Kromeriz, Czech Republic, Petrof piano



Enjoy, comment, critise... Wink

Daniel


xx Which one should I play for a competition?
December 11, 2010, 02:45:01 PM by wilmerguido

Which one should I play and which one is more difficult for you?
Ravel Toccata from Le Tombeau de Couperin
Ravel Alborada del Gracioso from Miroirs
Debussy Reflets dans l'eau from Images
Prokofiev Tocatta
Prokofiev Suggestion Diabolique

I know diffuculty is subjective... but I just need an overview, also, please point out the most difficult parts in these pieces


xx toccata op. 11 fingering
May 28, 2011, 06:33:46 PM by pianorama

Sorry for such a mundane question, but I've recently started looking at the Prokofiev toccata (I'm considering choosing it for my ARCT etude) and was just wondering about fingering before I kill myself with learning something bad. Near the beginning, with the broken d minor then g minor chords in the right hand, what would you recommend? I think (starting with the d)

[1 - 2 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 4 - 1 - 2] seems to work well throughout, but would you think otherwise? It feels a bit awkward with the left hand over it.

Thanks in advance, any other general advice would of course be also welcome.


xx Good editions for Prokofiev Toccata?
July 03, 2011, 05:50:27 PM by yodaofpiano

I'm starting to learn the Prokofiev Toccata, and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for good editions. The website that I normally use to purchase music is hutchins and rea, and the editions they have for sale are Masters, International, Alfred, and Forberg. The last one is the only one I have not heard of. Does any know anything about forberg editions, and is it reliable? Also, does anyone know where to find the Kalmus edition of the Toccata, because that's what one of my piano teachers uses. Unfortunately, I can't find it. Please Help!


xx Prokofiev Toccata Op. 11
September 23, 2013, 02:53:46 PM by can

I've posted a previous version of this toccata sometime ago. This is more recent and from a public performance. I hope you like my interpretation.




xx Prokofiev op. 11
December 05, 2016, 02:49:44 PM by inkspot

With winter break coming up, I have some repertoire choices to make to get a head start on the next semester. Prokofiev op. 11 is currently on the table as one of the pieces to learn for various reasons, but I am not sure how to begin getting though the piece.

For those of you who have learned it, what were some of the things that helped you along with it? Especially regarding fingering and the general awkwardness of the piece, how did you go about learning each section? Any tips for the learning process?

Thanks in advance!


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