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Author: Sergey Prokofiev,Erna Voigt
ISBN13: 978-0879233310
Title: Peter and the Wolf
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Language: English
Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
Publisher: David R Godine Pub; Reissue edition (October 1, 1980)

Peter and the Wolf by Sergey Prokofiev,Erna Voigt

Translation of Peter und der Wolf. Personal Name: Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953. Personal Name: Voigt, Erna. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Peter and the wolf, adapted from the musical tale by Sergei Prokofiev ; illustrated by Erna Voigt.

Personal Name: Voigt, Erna. Location: NBuC BSCMN, CURRL ML3930. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

We love Peter and the Wolf, so we were pleased to find this picture book that contains musical notation for each instrument. The story is illustrated in a folk art style which suits the story and they are appealing and detailed to look at. Perhaps the illustrator was intentionally making the instruments look different or naive to be in keeping with the folk art style but several were unrecognizable as the instruments they were meant to be, only the violin looked more or less as it should.

Петя и волк Symphonic story for children (Симфоническая сказка для детей). Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. 1936-05-02 - Moscow, Nezlobin Theatre: Sergey Prokofiev (conductor). 1937 - Moscow: (Muzgiz). Sergey Prokofiev (1891–1953).

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The orchestral suite Peter and the Wolf was written in 1936 by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev to encourage young children to cultivate an interest in music. He wrote it at the request of Natalya Sats, the director and founder of Mossoviet Central Children’s Theatre, the first professional theater in Russia with repertoire specifically for children. It included a text written by the composer which was read aloud as part of the performance, associating characters in the story with specific musical themes and instruments.

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.

An adaptation of the musical tale, accompanied by color illustrations of plucky Peter, the little bird, the slinky cat, and the wolf
Reviews: 7
This is a beautifully illustrated book of the classic tale. I bought it to accompany the Leonard Bernstein CD that includes Peter And The Wolf along with other children's classics. I'm a retired high school teacher, and I refuse to get my grandchildren a video version of this story. Frankly, I think that kids get far too much video entertainment, and many can't ride even a few minutes in a car without having a favorite video playing in the back seat. Yep- I'm old school... Can't help myself!

My 5-year-old grandson got both the book and CD from me for Christmas, and loves them. No, he can't read the book yet, but he can look at the illustrations while he actually LISTENS to the recording. Then he can grow into the book as he builds his reading skills.
The best! Had this years ago for my daughter & misplaced it so bought replacement here last week. Our 6 yr old grandson LOVED it & had a ball learning which instrument went with which character. Then we got another audio book version & googled YouTubes & went to the library for the DVD that won an award a couple of years ago. We are now obsessed! What a fun way to expose children to the orchestra! It helps that my grandson already has a nice appreciation for classical music! Never thought I'd see the day, but playing classical at times during his visits as a baby & toddler must have done something right!
I grew up on this version of Peter and the Wolf. The music is so amazing and wonderful but in combination with the hard cover book it is fantastical! It teaches children about musical instruments and tells a great story at the same time. Genius. I recently helped my Mom purchase a new version of the book and a CD separately but it is not the same caliber that this one was. I only wish they would redo this so that it was the same book with a CD or mp3 files instead. I know I would purchase several copies! What makes this combo is the fact that they were made for one another. The book lines up with the cassette perfectly.

The pages are soft and smooth and the colors of the illustrations are so vivid. The illustrations themselves are wonderful and detailed. The music is perfect - no volume mishaps with not being able to hear the dialogue as I've read with some of the newer versions. The combo comes in a thick box-like sheath with a pocket for the cassette on the side and another bigger pocket for the book as well just below it. This helps keep both in pristine condition. I still have my copy from when I was a child and I look forward to sharing the enchanting experience with my children in the future.

Conclusion: The idea of teaching children about classical music and the classical instruments is wonderful enough without having a wonderful, colorful book to help feed their imagination. This is a wonderful combo and is well worth the small price. Even if you don't have a cassette player, the book alone would be well worth the purchase.
I have loved this particular version of Peter & the Wolf for many years. Ian Beck's illustrations have a life of their own but remind me of something between Joan Walsh Anglund and Mary Engelbreit. I used to own this as a hardback but sold it when I left the elementary classroom. I was surprised when it arrived as a very thin paperback, but it does make life a bit easier.
To be purchased along with the audio CD of Peter and the Wolf, as narrated by Boris Karloff.
I bought this for some 3-5 year olds that I teach at a homeschool co-op to look at while listening to the music by Prokofiev. For some reason I was expecting a hardback book (despite having ordered a paperback), and a landscape layout. I think landscape layout would work better for children so that they could open the book and it would stay open without them holding it, and hardback would make it more sturdy, but apart from these (frankly minor) "flaws", it is a delightful story with beautiful pictures--I love the glimpse into another culture through the illustrations.
Disappointing story line. Illustrations were good but the story its self is a let down. It got thrown into our pile of books we don’t read. My kids are 2 and 5 and don’t love it.
The book itself is wonderful - by far my daughter's favorite version of this story! We both love that not only does it explain that each character is represented by an instrument, but on each page around the text there is an illustration of the featured character's instrument. My 3 year old daughter loves to listen to a recording of "Peter and the Wolf" while following the story, and the illustrations help tremendously! The only down side is this was sent from the UK, so it took almost a month before it arrived.