It was in the turbulent years of Stalin’s cultural purges and the German invasion of Russia that Sergei Prokofiev composed his three most important piano sonatas. They were for a long time interpreted as a reflection of the war, but their significance lies deeper than that.
There is no one better than the Prokofiev expert Stephane Ginsburgh to reveal this.
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