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Codina, Carlina
Codina, Carolina
Codina, Lina
Codina y Llubera, Lina
Lina Llubera
Lina Llubera (Spaans componiste (1898-1989))
Lina Prokófiev
Llubera, Lina
Llubera, Lina (pseudonym)
Prokofʹev, Lina
Prokofʹeva, Lina Ivanovna
Prokofew, Lina
Prokofieff, Lina
Prokofiev, Lina
Prokofieva, Lina Ivanovna
Prokofiew, Lina
Prokofjef, Lina
Prokofjev, Lina
Prokofjew, Lina
Λίνα Λουμπέρα
Dates: 
1897-1989
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
narrator
performer
Related names: 
Berman, Boris (1948-)
Järvi, Neeme (1937-)
Mordkovitch, Lydia
Prokofʹev, Sergej S. (1891-1953; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Prokofʹev, Sergej S. (1891-1953)
Prokofiev, Sergey (1891-1953)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra Glasgow
Scottish National Orchestra
Scottish National Orchestra Glasgow
Young, Emma
Titles: 
Lina Prokófiev, una española en el gulag
Peter and the wolf : op. 67 : a musical tale for children : op. 87 : music from the ballet
Peti︠a︡ i volk.
Sergey Prokofiev - 50th anniversary
Vek Liny Prokofʹevoĭ, 2008:
Werke
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Peter & The Wolf / Cinderella
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “‘Look out!’ shouted Peter…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “And now, this is how things stood…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “And winding up the procession, Grandfather and the cat…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Early one morning Peter opened the gate…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “I am going to tell you a story about Peter and the Wolf…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “In the meantime, Peter, without the slightest fear…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Just then a duck came waddling around…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Just then Grandfather came out…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Just then, the hunters came out of the woods…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Meanwhile, Peter made a lasso…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “No sooner had Peter gone than a big grey wolf came out of the forest…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Now, just imagine the triumphant procession…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Peter said to the bird, ‘Fly down…’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “Suddenly, something caught Peter’s attention…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: “The duck quacked…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 01. “I am going to tell you a story about Peter and the Wolf: how Peter and his animal friends the Bird, the Cat and the Duck caught the wicked Wolf. Each of the characters in this story is represented by a different instrument of the orchestra:”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 02. “The Bird by the flute...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 03. “The Duck by the oboe...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 04. “The Cat by the clarinet...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 05. “The Grandfather by the bassoon...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 06. “The Wolf by the horns...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 07. “Peter by the strings of the orchestra...”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 08. “The gunshots by the timpani and the bass drum.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 09. “Early one morning Peter opened the gate…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 10. “On a branch of a big tree sat a little bird…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 11. “Just then a duck came waddling around. She was glad that Peter hadn’t closed the gate and decided to take a nice swim in the deep pond in the meadow.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 12. “Seeing the duck, the little bird flew down upon the grass, settled next to her and shrugged his shoulders.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 13. “‘What kind of a bird are you if you can’t fly?’ said he. To this the duck replied: ‘What kind of a bird are you if you can’t swim?’ and dived into the pond.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 14. “They argued and argued, the duck swimming in the pond and the little bird hopping along the shore.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 15. “Suddenly, something caught Peter’s attention. It was a cat crawling through the grass.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 16. “The cat thought: ‘The bird is busy arguing; I’ll just grab him!’ Stealthily she crept towards him on her velvet paws.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 17. “‘Look out!’ shouted Peter, and the bird immediately flew up into the tree,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 18. “while the duck quacked angrily at the cat,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 19. “from the middle of the pond.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 20. “The cat walked round the tree and thought: ‘Is it worth climbing up so high? By the time I get there the bird will have flown away.’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 21. “Just then Grandfather came out. He was angry because Peter had gone into the meadow. ‘It is a dangerous place. If a wolf should come out of the forest, then what would you do?’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 22. “But Peter paid no attention to his grandfather’s words. Boys like Peter aren’t afraid of wolves!”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 23. “But Grandfather took Peter by the hand, locked the gate and led him home.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 24. “No sooner had Peter gone…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 25. “In a twinkling the cat climbed up the tree…”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 26. “The duck quacked and, in her excitement, jumped out of the pond.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 27. “But no matter how hard the duck tried to run, she couldn’t escape the wolf. He was getting nearer and nearer, catching up with her.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 28. “And then he got her, and with one gulp, swallowed her.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 29. “And now, this is how things stood: the cat was sitting on one branch,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 30. “the bird on another,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 31. “not too close to the cat.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 32. “And the wolf walked round and round the tree looking at them with greedy eyes.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 33. “In the meantime Peter, without the slightest fear, stood behind the closed gate watching all that was going on.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 34. “He ran home, got a strong rope and climbed up the high stone wall.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 35. “One of the branches of the tree around which the wolf was walking stretched over the wall.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 36. “Grabbing hold of the branch,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 37. “Peter lightly climbed over onto the tree.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 38. “Peter said to the bird: ‘Fly down and circle around the wolf’s head, only take care that he doesn’t catch you.’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 39. “The bird almost touched the wolf’s head with his wings, while the wolf snapped angrily at him from this side and that.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 40. “How that bird teased the wolf! How that wolf wanted to catch him! But the bird was too clever and the wolf simply couldn’t do anything about it.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 41. “Meanwhile, Peter made a lasso, carefully letting it down, and down and down,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 42. “caught the wolf by the tail and pulled with all his might.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 43. “Feeling himself caught, the wolf began to jump wildly, trying to get loose.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 44. “But Peter tied the other end of the rope to the tree,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 45. “and the wolf’s jumping only made the rope round his tail tighter.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 46. “Just then,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 47. “the hunters came out of the woods,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 48. “following the wolf’s trail and shooting as they went.”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 49. “But Peter, sitting in the tree, said: ‘Don’t shoot! Birdie and I have already caught the wolf. Now, help us take him to the zoo.’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 50. “Now just imagine”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 51. “the triumphant procession:”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 52. “Peter at the head,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 53. “after him the hunters leading the wolf,”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 54. “and winding up the procession, Grandfather and the cat. Grandfather shook his head discontentedly. ‘Well, and if Peter hadn’t caught the wolf, what then?’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 55. “Above them flew Birdie chirping merrily. ‘What fine fellows we are, Peter and I. Look what we have caught!’”
Peter and the Wolf, op. 67: 56. “And if one listened very carefully, they could hear the duck quacking inside the wolf, because the wolf, in his hurry, had swallowed her alive!”
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