The composer considered it his first "mature" work, and the Piano Concerto No. 1 has all the earmarks of vintage Prokofiev: memorable melodies, propulsive rhythms, and an impish sense of humor. This brilliantly conceived single-movement concerto caused a sensation when it was premiered in 1912 and established Prokofiev's reputation as a brash enfant terrible. This affordable volume reprints the full orchestral score in large format and is suitable for use by conductors, students, and pianists, as well as by all admirers of this twentieth-century master.
Dover republication of Pervyi Kontsert'dlia fortepiano: Des-dur, originally published by P. Jurgenson, Moscow, n.d.  [9 x 12, 80 pp.]