1929

Fund Number : 1929
Title : Prokofyev, Sergey Sergeyevich (1891-1953) - composer
Annotation :
1876 - 1957. The manuscripts - sheet music of S. S. Prokofyev. The operas: "Igrok" ("The Gamester") by F. M. Dostoyevsky, 2nd edition - score, manuscript (1927); "Ognenny Angel" ("The Fire Angel") by V. Y. Bryusov - vocal score, lithograph (1919 - 1927); "Semyon Kotko" ("Semyon Kotko") by the "Ya Syn Trudogovo Naroda" ("I Am a Son of the Working People") narrative of V. P. Katayev - score, manuscript (1939); "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") by L. N. Tolstoy - vocal score with the laying of instruments, defective score, plan of libretto, autograph and manuscript (1941 - 1952); "Povest o Nastoyaschem Cheloveke" ("The Story about the Real Man") by B. N. Polevoy - vocal score with the laying of instruments and the score, autograph and manuscript (1947 - 1948); "Dalyokiye Morya" ("The Far Seas") by the "Svadebnoye Puteshestviye" ("The Bridal Travel") play of V. A. Dykhovichny - wasn't finished - vocal score (1948); the ballets: "Romeo I Juliet" ("Romeo and Juliet") by W. Shakespeare - vocal score with the laying of instruments (1939), "Zolushka" ("The Cinderella") - score (1940 - 1944), "Skaz o Kamennom Tsvetke" ("The Legend of the Stone Flower") by P. P. Bazhov - vocal score with the laying of instruments and the vocal score, autograph and manuscript (1948 - 1950); the symphonies: No 6 (1945 - 1947), No 4 - 2nd edition (1947), No 7 (1952); the symphonic suites: "Na Dnepre" ("On the Dniepr River") (1933), "Poruchik Kizhe" ("Lieutenant Kizhe") (1933 - 1934), "Letny Den" ("The Summer Day") (1941), "Semyon Kotko" ("Semyon Kotko") (1940 - 1943), "1941 god" ("1941"); "Osenneye" ("The Autumn") - symphonic draft (1910), "Andante iz 4-y Sonaty" ("Andante from the Sonate No 4") - manuscript (1934), "Uvertyura na Yevreiskiye Temy" ("The Overture on the Jewish Themes") - edition for the symphonic orchestra (1934), "Uvertyura B-dur" ("The B-dur Overture") (1926), "Simfonicheskaya Pesn" ("The Symphonic Song") - manuscript (1933), "Russkaya Uvertyura" ("The Russian Overture") (1936), "Oda na Okonchaniye Voiny" ("The Ode for the War End") (1945), "Prazdnichnaya Poema" ("The Holiday Poem") (1947), "Pushkinskiye Valsy" ("Pushkin's Waltzes") (1949), "Vstrecha Volgi s Donom" ("The Meeting of Volga with Don") - symphonic poem (1951); the concerts for solo instruments and symphonic orchestra: No 4 for piano (1931), for cello e-moll (1934 - 1938), No 2 for violin (1935), the symphony - concert for cello (1950 - 1952), the concertino for cello, wasn't finished (1952), the concert for two pianos, wasn't finished (1952); the quartet No 2 (1941); the sonatas: No 6 for piano (1939 - 1940), No 7 for piano (1942), for cello, wasn't finished (1952), No 5 for piano, 2nd edit (1953), No 10 for piano, wasn't finished (1953); "Bely Lebed" ("The White Swan") - chorus on words of K. D. Balmont (1909), "Petya I Volk" ("Petya and the Wolf") - symphonic tale for children (1936), "Pesni Nashikh Dney" ("The Songs of Our Days") - for chorus and orchestra (1937), "Zdravitsa" ("The Peroration") for chorus and orchestra (1939); the cantatas: "Kantata k Dvadtatiletiyu Oktyabrya" ("The Cantata for the October 20th Anniversary") (1937), "Aleksandr Nevsky" ("Aleksandr Nevsky") (1938 - 1939), "Ballada o Malchike, Ostavshimsya Neizvestnym" ("The Ballad about the Boy Who Remained Unknown") (1942), "Rastsvetay, Moguchy Kray" ("Blossom, the Powerful Land") (1947); "Gadky Utyonok" ("The Snuffy Duckling") - romance on words of C. Andersen (1914); "Boltunya" ("The Chatterer") - song on words of A. L. Barto (1936), "Pesnya o Rodine" ("The Song about the Homeland") - on words of A. A. Prokofyev (1939), 7 mass songs for voice and piano (1941 - 1942), the treatment of Russian people's songs for voice and piano (1944); the music for theatre performances: "Yevgeny Onegin" ("Yevgeny Onegin") (1936), "Boris Godunov" ("Boris Godunov") (1936), "Gamlet" ("Hamlet") (1937); the music for films: "Poruchik Kizhe" ("Lieutenant Kizhe") (1933), "Pikovaya Dama" ("The Queen of Spades") (1936), "Alexander Nevsky" (1938), "Lermontov" (1941), "Tonya" (1942), "Ivan Grozny" ("Ivan the Terrible") (1942 - 1945); the child's and pupil's works: "Velikan" ("The Giant") - opera (1900), "Undina" ("The Undine") - opera (1907), the 1st symphony (1902), the romances and plays for piano (1898 - 1911). There are 250 manuscripts. The music notebooks of S. S. Prokofyev 10 (1931 - 1950). The manuscripts of S. S. Prokofyev: the diary (1903), the child's writing-books with records of his rhymes, the "Graf" ("The Count") poem, charades, rebuses, games rules and other 2 (1904 - 1906), the explanatory text for the "Poruchik Kizhe" ("Lieutenant Kizhe") suite (1937), the notes about his works and creative plans (1938 - 1952), the speeches on radio for the Soviet and foreign broadcasts (1939 - 1944). There are 38 manuscripts. The letters of S. S. Prokofyev to: B. V. Asafyev (1915), A. K. Borovsky 2 (1913 - 1915), S. M. Gorodetsky (1914), S. P. Dyagilev (1915), A. I. Ziloti 7 (1914 - 1915), M. S. Kerzina (1911), N. A. Malko (1915), S. A. Prokofyev - father 57 (1902 - 1906), I. F. Stravinsky (1915), S. I. Taneyev 2 (1910) and others. There are 33 addressees. The letters to S. S. Prokofyev from: B. V. Asafyev 3 (1915 - 1945), A. N. Afinogenov 2 (1937, 1940), A. A. Ashkenazi 14 (1936 - 1944), A. L. Barto (1940), V. M. Bogdanov - Berezovsky 4 (1936 - 1946), A. K. Borovsky 4 (1915 - 1916), I. F. Belza 3 (1946 - 1947), B. A. Volsky (1942), A. V. Gauk 4 (1937 - 1946), Y. V. Gippius (1945), R. M. Glier 17 (1909 - 1951), M. F. Gnesin (1951), N. S. Golovanov 2 (1951), N. I. Golubovskaya 2 (1914), V. S. Gorovits (1944), S. M. Gorodetsky 2 (1914, 1951), V. M. Gusev (1937), V. M. Deshevov 2 (1913), V. A. Dranishnikov (1914), S. P. Dyagilev 6 (1914 - 1916), A. I. Ziloti 6 (1910 - 1915), D. B. Kabalevsky 8 (1943 - 1951), L. A. Kassil (1939), V. I. Kachalov (n.d.), M. S. Kerzina (1911), L. K. Knipper 10 (1940 - 1951), O. L. Knipper - Chekhova 2 (1947, 1951), Z. L. Kompaneits (1941), P. P. Konchalovsky (1951), G. G. Kreitner 2 (1945, 1947), S. A. Kusevitsky 6 (1945 - 1947), L. M. Lavrovsky 7 (1939 - 1952), Z. A. Levina 14 (1945 - 1951), V. A. Lugovsky 2 (1942, 1950), N. A. Malko 3 (1915 - 1947), S. Y. Marshak 6 (1950 - 1951), V. E. Meyerhold (1930), Y. A. Mravinsky 10 (1938 - 1951), A. S. Ogolevts 3 (1936 - 1937), A. A. Ostretsov 3 (1936), A. I. Prishelets (1938), S. A. Prokofyev - father (1909), M. G. Prokofyeva - mother 76 (1909 - 1917), V. A. Pyast 2 (1936, 1937), Y. M. Radin 8 (1937 - 1942), S. E. Radlov 4 (1937 - 1941), M. I. Romm (1936), M. L. Rostropovich 10 (1947 - 1952), K. S. Saradzhayev (1952), N. I. Sats 2 (1936), K. M. Sergeyev 2 (1948, 1949), J. Sigeti (1945), A. E. Spadavekkia 2 (1946, 1948), L. Stokovsky 3 (1943 - 1945), I. F. Stravinsky (1915), A. Y. Tairov 4 (1936 - 1947), S. I. Taneyev (1914), A. A. Fadeyev 3 (1950 - 1952), G. G. Fitelberg 2 (1946), B. E. Khaikin 17 (1944 - 1952), A. I. Khachaturyan 7 (1943 - 1952), N. N. Cherepnin 2 (1914), M. E. Chiaureli (1948), V. Y. Shebalin 7 (1940 - 1951), I. E. Sherman 18 (1939 - 1948), G. M. Shneyerzon 24 (1937 - 1950), D. D. Shostakovich 17 (1941 - 1952), S. M. Eisenstein 25 (1939 - 1945), I. G. Erenburg 3 (1948 - 1951), A. I. Yurasovsky 17 (1912 - 1916), B. P. Yurgenson 22 (1912 - 1916), I. P. Yaunzem 3 (1938) and others. There are 263 correspondents. The letters to S. S. Prokofyev of the Soviet Composers' Union, Philharmonic Societies, film studios, theatres, the Musical Publishing House, newspapers and magazines editorial offices, the Moscow and Leningrad Conservatories, the Arts Affairs Committee (1932 - 1952). The agreements of S. S. Prokofyev with film studios, theatres, publishing houses, the Arts Affairs Committee (1933 - 1951), the diplomata of the Stalin prizes laureate 6 (1943 - 1951), the deeds about conferring ranks of the Honoured Arts Figure of Russia (144), the National Artist of Russia (1947), the diplomata of the London Philharmonic Society (1944), of the "Umeleska Beseda" ("The Umeleska Talk") artistic society in Prague (1946), of the Royal Swedish Musical Academy (1947), the addresses and accosts for the 60th anniversary (1951), the diploma of the Lenin prize laureate (1957). The programs of concerts and theatres with performance of S. S. Prokofyev's works (1914 - 1953); the articles and reviews about S. S. Prokofyev's works and about performance of his works - cuttings from Russian, Soviet and foreign newspapers (1908 - 1957); the memoirs about S. S. Prokofyev of: S. G. Birman, B. A. Volsky, R. M. Glier, I. E. Grabar, D. B. Kabalevsky, P. P. Konchalovsky, L. M. Lavrovsky, M. G. Prokofyeva, M. L. Rostropovich, G. S. Ulanova, A. I. Khachaturyan, D. D. Shostakovich, S. M. Eisenstein (1922 - 1954). The photographs of S. S. Prokofyev: individual ones 69 (1892 - 1952), in the group with relatives and friends 48 (1892 - 1951), in the groups with B. V. Asafyev, A. K. Glazunov, R. M. Glier, A. V. Gauk, A. D. Diky, D. B. kabalevsky, L. K. Knipper, P. P. Konchalovsky, N. Y. Myaskovsky, A. V. Nezhdanova, A. I. Khachaturyan, Y. A. Shaporin, V. Y. Shebalin, D. D. Shostakovich and other 62 ([1920-ies] - 1952). 1878 - 1966. The manuscripts - sheet music of S. S. Prokofyev. The operas: "Lyubov k Tryom Apelsinam" ("The Love to Three Oranges") of K. Gozzi - score, photocopy (1919), "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") of L. N. Tolstoy - vocal score [1941 - 1946], "Povest o Nastoyaschem Cheloveke" ("The Story about the Real Man") of B. N. Polevoy - vocal score (1947 - 1948); "Bludny Syn" ("The Prodigal Son") - ballet, vocal score (1929), the music for the "Yegipetskiye Nochi" ("The Egyptian Nights") performance of the Chamber Theatre - vocal score (1933); the symphonic works: "The Symphomietta" (1914), "The Classic Symphony" (1917), the symphony No 2 (1925), "Letnyaya Noch" ("The Summer Night") - symphonic suite (1950); "Gavot" ("The Gavotte") - transcription for violin with piano (1908, 1937); the quintet - manuscript (1924); two sonatine for piano (1931 - 1932); the songs: "Anyutka" ("Anyutka") (1937), "Soldatskaya Pokhodnaya" ("The Soldier's Field") (1950); "Pesni Nashikh Dney" ("The Songs of Our Days") - suite for soloists, chorus and symphonic orchestra (1937); the drafts of musical themes [1930-ies - 1940-ies] and other. There are 22 manuscripts. The manuscripts of S. S. Prokofyev. The libretti of operas (some are in the association with M. A. Mendelson - Prokofyeva): "Igrok" ("The Gamester") by F. M. Dostoyevsky - plan (1915), "Ognenny Angel" ("The Fire Angel") by V. Y. Bryusov - typescript (1919 - 1927), "Semyon Kotko" by V. P. Katayev (1939), "Obrucheniye v Monastyre" ("The Betrothal in the Cloister") by R. Sheridan [1940 - 1943], "Khan Buzay" (1946), "Povest o Nastoyaschem Cheloveke" ("The Story about the Real Man") (1947 - 1948), "Dalyokiye Morya" ("The Far Seas") by the play of V. A. Dykhovichny - extracts (1948), "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") by L. N. Tolstoy's novel - extracts [1940-ies] and other; "Shakhmaty" ("The Chess") - drafts of the ballet libretto (1926); "Boris Godunov" ("Boris Godunov") of A. S. Pushkin - character sketch and chronometry of musical numbers for the Meyerhold Theatre unfulfilled performance - book with marks of S. S. Prokofyev (1936); the plan of the "Bunt" ("The Rebellion") episode scoring in the "Ivan Grozny" ("Ivan the Terrible") film of S. M. Eisenstein (1944); the articles and reviews about his creative work and about music (1936 - 1952), the speeches on radio for the Soviet and foreign broadcasts (1937 - 1953); the memoirs and reviews about A. M. Gorky, A. V. Nezhdanova, S. M. Eisenstein, B. L. Yavorsky (1936 - 1952); "Konservatoriya" ("The Conservatory") - 2nd part of the autobiography (1945 - 1950); the diary (1952 - 1953); the answer on the BSE editorial office form (1953) and other. There are 96 manuscripts. The notebooks and writing-books of S. S. Prokofyev (14) with recrds of musical themes, chronologic records of performance of his works, drafts of performances and other (1934 - 1953). The letters of S. S. Prokofyev to: B. V. Asafyev 2 (1944, 1945), L. T. Atovmyan 19 (1941 - 1952), A. N. Afinogenov (1937), S. A. Balasanyan - typescript 4 (1950 - 1952), A. K. Borovsky 2 (1916), R. M. Glier 3 (1916 - 1945), N. S. Golovanov 5 (1938 - 1952), I. E. Grabar 2 (1951), E. P. Grikurov 2 (1949), V. V. Derzhanovsky 3 (1916 - 1942), S. P. Dyagilev (1916), D. B. Kabalevsky (1943), V. P. Katayev (1940), P. P. Konchalovsky 2 (1943, 1951), S. A. Kusevitsky (1943), L. M. Lavrovsky (1939), P. A. Lamm 11 (1936 - 1945), M. M. Litvinov (1936), S. Y. Marshak (1950), Y. A. Mravinsky 2 (1938, 1943), S. Myunsh (1945), N. Y. Myaskovsky 19 (1916 - 1950), Z. Neyedla (1945), V. V. Nechayev 3 (1942 - 1943), I. A. Nosov (1936), Y. Ormandi (1936), A. V. Ossovsky 2 (1935, 1939), A. M. Pazovsky (1940), G. N. Popov (1945), V. P. Potyomkin 3 (1937 - 1942), S. E. Radlov 2 (1937), A. I. Samobytnik - Mashirov (1939), S. A. Samosud 7 (1943 - 1952), N. I. Sats (1943), K. M. Sergeyev 2 (1944, 1947), J. Sigetti (1945), Y. L. Slyozkin (1916), N. L. Slonimsky 2 (1937, 1939), I. F. Stravinsky 2 (1916, 1938), A. Toskanini (1938), A. A. Fadeyev 5 (1950 - 1952), Z. P. Feldman 2 (1936, 1939), B. E. Khaikin 7 (1944 - 1948), A. N. Chebotarevskaya (1916), I. E. Sherman 4 (1939 - 1944), S. I. Shlifshtein 11 (1942 - 1945), D. D. Shostakovich 7 (1938 - 1952), S. M. Eisenstein 12 (1939 - 1945), I. G. Erenburg (1950), B. P. Yurgenson 2 (1915) and others. There are 169 addressees. The letters of S. S. Prokofyev to the Soviet and foreign concert organizations (1936 - 1950) and to musical publishing houses (1935 - 1945), to the Arts Affairs Committee (1936 - 1952), the Soviet Composers' Union (1936 - 1951), to the Prokofyev Society in New-York (1937), to theatres (1938 - 1952), film studios (1938 - 1953), to the Author's Rights Protection Managements (1940 - 1947), to the Opera Theatre in Brno (1941), to the Swedish Musical Academy (1947). The letters to S. S. Prokofyev from: L. T. Atovmyan 3 (1943 - 1945), Y. K. Baltrushaitis 2 (1937), M. M. Botvinnik (1953), B. Y. Gusman (1934), D. B. Kabalevsky 3 (1947 - 1948), O. Y. Kolychev (1953), Z. A. Levina (1948), V. V. Nechayev [1930-ies], I. A. Nosov 2 (1936), Y. Ormandi (1936), A. M. Pazovsky (1940), J. Rivye 2 (1939), J. Sadulya (1937), N. L. Slonimsky 6 (1937 - 1939), B. E. Khaikin 29 (1946 - 1948), Y. Kheifits (1941), Y. A. Shaporin (1944), V. Y. Shebalin (1940), S. I. Shlifshtein 6 (1942 - 1945), D. D. Shostakovich (1943), M. O. Shteinberg (1937), S. M. Eisenstein 2 (1944, 1947), I. G. Erenburg (1953), M. V. Yudina (1946) and others. There are 157 correspondents. The dedications of A. V. Zatayevich to S. S. Prokofyev on the Kirghiz and Kazakh songs collections 3 (1925 - 1934). The letters to S. S. Prokofyev of publishing houses (1910 - 1953), concert organizations (1936 - 1944) and musical societies (1937 - 1938), the Moscow, Leningrad and other Philharmonic Societies (1937 - 1940), the director of the International Violinists' Contest in Brussels (1938), the Soviet Composers' Union (1940 - 1953), the Maly Opera Theatre (1946 - 1952). The application of S. S. Prokofyev to the Dramatic Union (1929), the agreements with the Arts Affairs Committee and theatres (1939 - 1947), the certificates (1941 - 1945), the death certificate (1953). The posters and programs of performances and concerts with performance of S. S. Prokofyev's works (1908 - 1966), the articles and reviews about S. S. Prokofyev - newspaper cuttings (1914 - 1966), the memoirs of M. M. Botvinnik and V. A. Vlasov about S. S. Prokofyev [1950-ies]; the scenarios of the film about S. S. Prokofyev of V. G. Komissarzhevsky and L. I. Stepanova (1960), the speech of D. D. Shostakovich at the opening of the memorial board on the house where S. S. Prokofyev lived (1958). The portraits of S. S. Prokofyev - pictures by G. S. Vereisky - lithograph with the dedication (1927), P. P. Konchalovsky (1934), I. E. Grabar (1953). The photographs of S. S. prokofyev, individual ones 131 (1892 - 1952) and in the groups with B. V. Asafyev, A. V. Gauk, A. K. Glazunov, R. M. Glier, N. S. Golovanov, A. D. Diky, D. B. Kabalevsky, L. K. Knipper, P. P. Konchalovsky, Y. A. Mravinsky, N. Y. Myaskovsky, A. V. Nezhdanova, N. A. Obukhova, I. M. Rabinovich, N. I. Sats, I. F. Stravinsky, A. I. Khachaturyan, L. M. Tseitlin, Y. A. Shaporin, B. S. Shekhter, D. D. Shostakovich, S. M. Eisenstein and other, 120 (1919 - 1952). The photographs of sceneries, scenes and dramatis personae from staging of operas and ballets of S. S. Prokofyev in the Soviet and foreign theatres 110 (1921 - 1966). The sketches of costumes and sceneries of I. G. Kurochka - Armashevsky and N. P. Alekseyeva for staging of the "Skazka pro Shuta" ("The Tale about the Patch") ballet of S. S. Prokofyev 7 (1928), S. M. Eisenstein - for staging of the "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") opera 7 (1942 - 1943). The letters to M. A. Mendelson - Prokofyeva - composer's wife of: D. B. Kabalevsky 2 (1959, 1960), L. K. Knipper 2 (1954, 1961), Z. A. Levina 5 (1948 - 1966), S. T. Rikhter 4 (1958 - 1965), G. V. Sviridov 3 (1960 - 1965), A. I. Khachaturyan 2 (1953, 1963), D. D. Shostakovich 2 (1953, 1960). The letters of M. G. Prokofyeva - composer's mother to S. A. Prokofyev - composer's father 49 (1902 - 1906). The manuscripts: S. D. Krzhizhanovsky - "Yevgeny Onegin" ("Yevgeny Onegin") - play by A. S. Pushkin (1936); S. Y. Marshak - "Pismo Italyanskogo Malchika" ("The Letter of the Italian Boy") - poem and "Slava Miru" ("Glory to the Peace") - poem (1950); I. G. Erenburg - plan of the oratorio on the struggle for peace theme (1950). 1872 - 1976. The manuscripts - music of S. S. Prokofyev: "Russkaya Uvertyura" ("The Russian Overture") - parts of instruments (1936); "Podruga Boitsa" ("The Girl Friend of the Fighter") and "Frits" ("The Fritz") - songs on words of M. A. Prokofyeva (1942); "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") - opera, extracts, vocal score [1940-ies] and other. There are 6 manuscripts. The music directories of S. S. Prokofyev's works composed by him in the association with M. A. Prokofyeva (1951 - 1952). The manuscripts of S. S. Prokofyev. The libretti of operas: "Igrok" ("The Gamester") by F. M. Dostoyevsky (1915 - 1916), "Semyon Kotko" ("Semyon Kotko") by V. P. Katayev (1939), "Obrucheniye v Monastyre" ("The Betrothal in the Cloister") by R. Sheridan (1940), "Voina I Mir" ("The War and the Peace") by L. N. Tolstoy (1941 - 1952), "Khan Buzay" (1946), "Povest o Nastoyaschem Cheloveke" ("The Story about the Real Man") by B. N. Polevoy (1947 - 1948), "Dalyokiye Morya" ("The Far Seas") by V. A. Dykhovichny (1948), "Rasskaz o Prostoy Veschi" ("The Story about the Simple Thing") by B. A. Lavrenev (1948); the articles and reviews: "Kakoy Syuzhet Ya Ischu" ("Which Subject I Find"), "Puti Sovetskoy Muzyki" ("The Ways of the Soviet Music"), "Yegipetskiye Nochi" v Kamernom Teatre" ("The Egyptian Nights" in the Chamber Theatre") and other - typewritten, manuscript copies, newspaper cuttings (1932 - 1952); the speeches on radio for the Soviet and foreign broadcasts about his creative work, about the meeting with A. M. Gorky and work at the "Ivan Grozny" ("Ivan the Terrible") film of S. M. Eisenstein (1936 - 1952), the review about A. S. Ogolevts' work [1930-ies]; the speech in the SSK about the quintet of D. D. Shostakovich (1940); "Kratkaya Avtobiografiya" ("The Short Autobiography") (1941); the "Iz Detstva" ("From the Childhood") memoirs (1946); the segmental records of autobiographic and life character, the records about performance and chronometry of his works and other [1930-ies - 1940-ies]. There are 47 manuscripts. The letters of S. S. Prokofyev to: L. T. Atovmyan 15 (1941 - 1949), S. A. Balasanyan (1951), N. D. Volkov (1943), A. Y. Gayamov (1941), A. A. Gendelshtein 2 (1942), E. P. Grikurov (1946), S. Gudre 2 (1938), L. M. Lavrovsky (1951), N. A. Malko (1916), Y. A. Mravinsky 2 (1942, 1943), N. Y. Myaskovsky 2 (1943), I. V. Nestyev (1942), S. A. Prokofyev - father (1905), S. A. Samosud 5 (1943 - 1952), L. Stokovsky (1946), A. A. Toryanovsky (1938), A. A. Fadeyev 3 (1950 - 1951), A. I. Khachaturyan (1943), M. B. Khrapchenko (1943), Y. A. Shaporin (1943), A. I. Schwarz (1949), I. E. Sherman (1944), S. I. Shlifshtein 4 (1942 - 1943), G. M. Shneyerson (1943), D. D. Shostakovich 2 (1950, 1951), S. M. Eisenstein (1942), I. G. Erenburg 2 (1951) and others. There are 58 addressees. The writing-books (5) with drafts of letters of S. S. Prokofyev to different persons and institutions (1946 - 1952). The letters of S. S. Prokofyev to the Dramatic and Musical Writers' Leningrad Society (1929), the SSK (1936 - 1952), the Soviet and foreign concert organizations (1936 - 1946), musical publishing houses (1937 - 1952) and theatres (1940 - 1952), the USSR Arts Affairs Committee (1943 - 1952), the Author's Rights Protection Management (1943). The letters to S. S. Prokofyev of: G. V. Aleksandrov (1950), L. T. Atovmyan 2 (1933, 1934), A. A. Ashkenazi 5 (1937), E. Gavo 2 (1935, 1936), P. A. Lamm 2 (1938), S. Mora 4 (1936), L. Pons (1947), J. Rivye 3 (1936), E. Senkar (1937), L. Stokovsky (1946), F. Shtidri (1937), S. M. Eisenstein 2 (1942, 1944) and others. There are 59 correspondents. The dedications to S. S. Prokofyev of S. Y. Marshak on the poems book title sheet (1949) and of I. F. Stravinsky on his concert music edition title sheet (1936). The letters to S. S. Prokofyev of foreign concert organizations (1935 - 1938), publishing houses (1936 - 1940) and musical societies (1936 - 1939), the Vienna Music and Dramatic Art Academy (1936), the "Mosfilm" ("Mosfilm") film studio (1936 - 1938), the Opera Theatre in Brno (1938 - 1941). The birth certificate of S. S. Prokofyev (1891), his applications to the Dramatic Union (1929), the agreements with the Bolshoy Theatre and the Musical Publishing House (1933 - 1953), the programs and posters of the concerts with performance of S. S. Prokofyev's works (1923 - 1976) and staging of his operas and ballets (1940 - 1967). The articles and reviews about S. S. Prokofyev - newspaper cuttings (1928 - 1968), the "Muzykalnaya Zhizn Zarubezhnykh Stran" ("Musical Life of Foreign Countries") VOKS bulletins with articles about S. S. Prokofyev (1944 - 1946), the memoirs of V. V. Alpers, A. S. Mendelson, Y. V. Tepper about S. S. Prokofyev (1954 - 1966), the articles about him of I. F. Belza, A. Y. Gayamov, Y. L. Dattel, Z. A. Levina, G. G. Neigauz and other (1941 - 1965); the scenarios of telecasts about S. S. Prokofyev (1963); the letters of N. Y. Myaskovsky, P. P. Suvchinsky, G. M. Shneyerson and I. G. Erenburg to different persons with mention about S. S. Prokofyev - typewritten copies (1940 - 1954). The manuscripts of M. A. Prokofyeva (composer's wife): the diaries and memoirs about S. S. Prokofyev (1943 - 1964), the extracts from the translation of the "Antony I Kleopatra" ("Anthony and Cleopatra") tragedy of W. Shakespeare with the correcting of S. S. Prokofyev [1940-ies], the list of books read out to S. S. Prokofyev [1940-ies - 1950-ies]; the letters of M. A. Prokofyeva to: V. V. Alpers (1955), I. E. Grabar (1954), E. P. Grikurov 3 (1955), O. L. Knipper - Chekhova (1953), D. Martindell (1960), S. Y. Marshak (1958), S. M. Eisenstein (1945); the letters to her of: A. N. Aleksandrov (1968), G. P. Anisimov 5 (1963, [1960-ies]), L. T. Atovmyan 8 (1950 - 1964), V. V. Borisovsky (1967), D. B. Kabalevsky 2 (1965 - [1960-ies]), V. O. Massalitinova (1942), K. V. Molchanov (1964), M. I. Paverman 2 (1968), A. E. Spadavekkia 2 (1967), D. D. Shostakovich 2 (1967, 1968), G. Y. Edelman 2 (1963), M. V. Yudina [1940-ies]. The manuscripts: P. F. Abolimov - "Levsha" ("The Left-Handed Person") - ballet libretto by N. S. Leskov's narrative, typescript [1940-ies - 1950-ies], V. A. Dykhovichny - "Svadebnoye Puteshestviye" ("The Bridal Travel") - play, typescript (1941), R. V. Zakharov - "Skazka ob Ivane - Tsareviche I Vasilise Premudroy" ("The Tale about Czarevitch Ivan and Wise Vasilisa") - ballet libretto (1948), V. B. Shklovsky, E. Abbasov and S. Mukhamedov - "Khamza" ("Khamza") - scenario, typescript (1940). The manuscripts - music. V. A. Dukelsky - "Dva Stikhotvoreniya Mikhaila Kuzmina" ("Two Poems of Mikhail Kuzmin") - romances (1930). The photographs of S. S. Prokofyev, individual ones and in the groups with L. T. Atovmyan, S. G. Birman, V. V. Borisovsky, P. V. Williams, V. A. Vlasov, A. V. Gauk, A. K. Glazunov, V. S. Kemenov, L. K. Knipper, S. A. Kusevitsky, L. M. Lavrovsky, P. A. Lamm, V. E. Meyerhold, N. Y. Myaskovsky, G. G. Neigauz, D. F. Oistrakh, S. A. Samosud, O. S. Sarkisov, A. G. Tyshler, Y. V. Fliyer, A. I. Khachaturyan, Y. A. Shaporin, V. Y. Shebalin, B. S. Shekhter and other, 258 (1892 - 1953). The photographs with dedications to S. S. Prokofyev of: V. A. Dukelsky (1937) and N. P. Koshits (1920). The photographs of the memorable places connected with S. S. Prokofyev, 54 [1920-ies - 1960-ies]. The photographs of scenes and drama characters from performances of S. S. Prokofyev's operas and ballets 64 (1940 - 1966). The photographs of: F. M. Blumenfeld with the dedication to V. V. Alpers (1917), S. P. Dyagilev [1920-ies], D. B. Kabalevsky (1951), P. P. Konchalovsky (1934), P. A. Lamm [1930-ies - 1940-ies], S. T. Rikhter 2 [1940-ies], G. N. Rozhdestvensky [1950-ies], I. Y. Sudakov with the dedication to M. A. Prokofyeva [1930-ies], K. S. Khachaturyan (1967), N. P. Khmelyov [1930-ies].
Dates : 1872 - 1976 гг.
Quantity of Items : 2426