excerpt from 'Sergei Prokofiev diaries: 14 August 1911' pp. 228 (80 words)

excerpt from 'Sergei Prokofiev diaries: 14 August 1911' pp. 228 (80 words)

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Sergei Prokofiev diaries: 14 August 1911

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When it came to the Yesipova class exam, Boris [Zakharov] was the last but one to play, and did so magnificently. His performance was of Rachmaninov's First Concerto; this work was really too undemanding for him and for the prestigious position it occupied in the programme, something for which I more than once criticized him. To follow such a difficult work as the Glazunov sonata, which he had played the year before, with the Rachmaninov Concerto was actually rather shameful.

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