How long is Peter and the Wolf Symphony?

This performance runs for approximatley 45 minutes.

How long is Peter and the Wolf music?

about 25 minutes

A performance lasts about 25 minutes.

How long is Peter and the Wolf?

Peter and the Wolf (1946 film)

Peter and the Wolf
Production company Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date August 15, 1946 (USA)
Running time 15 minutes

Is Peter and the Wolf a symphony?

Peter and the Wolf is a symphonic folk tale written by the Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev. In 1936, he was commissioned to write a musical story for children by Natalya Sats, the director of the Moscow Central Children’s Theatre.

What grade is Peter and the Wolf?

Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf

Interest Level Grade 3 – Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 4
Genre Picture Books, Social Studies
Copyright 2016
Publisher Big & Small

What age is Peter and the Wolf appropriate for?

Many children from about age 4 on will fall in love with Peter and the Wolf. It’s an engaging story with beautiful music that brings orchestral instruments to life.

Is Peter and the Wolf violent?

NOT FOR CHILDREN. This is a haunting animated short that is beautifully made but it is not for children. Unlike most children’s entertainment that includes or implies violence, in this film the emotional impulses and impacts of violent behavior are very real and very clear. It is just too intense for children.

How long is Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf?

Product information

Run time 30 minutes
Number of discs ‎1
Media Format ‎Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen, Classical
Actors ‎Sergei Polunin, Will Kemp, Kilian Smith, Charlotte Edmonds, Laurine Muccioli
Aspect Ratio ‎1.78:1

What is the moral of the story in Peter and the Wolf?

Its moral —you can’t be a hero if you don’t take risks — delights children as much as it must have cheered the composer.

What is the best recording of Peter and the Wolf?

Sting, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conducted by Claudio Abbado: If you love somebody, set them free to narrate Peter the Wolf. Gramophone magazine calls this version (released in 1990 by Deutsche Grammophon), “arguably the best over-all account of the score on disc. Sting’s involvement is infectious.