Prokofiev

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 (prə-kô′fē-ĕf, -əf, -kō′-, -kôf′yĭf), Sergei Sergeyevich 1891-1953.
Russian composer whose works include ballets, operas, and the symphonic fairy tale Peter and the Wolf (1936).

Prokofiev

(prəˈkɒfɪˌɛf; Russian praˈkɔfjɪf)
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(Biography) Sergei Sergeyevich (sɪrˈɡjej sɪrˈɡjejɪvitʃ). 1891–1953, Soviet composer. His compositions include the orchestral fairy tale Peter and the Wolf (1936), the opera The Love for Three Oranges (1921), and seven symphonies

Pro•ko•fiev

(prəˈkɔ fi əf, -ˌɛf, -ˈkoʊ-)

n.
Sergei Sergeevich, 1891–1953, Russian composer.
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Noun1.Prokofiev - Russian composer of ballets and symphonies and operas (1891-1953)
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