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Towards the end of this great period in 1918, it resided in the United States, after this, in 1920, it moved to France. Although the young musician had the sympathy of the Soviet revolutionary for its iconoclastic, irreverent humor, one year after the events of October 1917, Prokofiev left his country to settle in the West, most in search of tranquility necessary to write that for reasons of ideological nature. Japan, the U.S. (where his presentation was described as a pianist Bolshevist musical) and France were the countries that introduced, not always with success. While written work for the company of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russian a “Choutas, Steel Step, Son prodigoa ” was relatively well received, his comic opera The Love for Three Oranges was greeted with indifference in his debut Chicago in 1921 He points out Wikipedia, which carried out the tour as pianist who played his own works and their five piano concertos and piano sonatas early May. His most prominent in this period is the Classical Symphony (1918). In this same period are the operas The Love for Three Oranges (1921), based on a fable of the playwright Carlo Gozzi (author of Turandot), and The Angel of Fire (1919). In 1923 he married Spanish-born singer Lina Lluveres. N.u Violin Concerto 2 in G minor opus 63, written in 1935 was released on December 1, 1935 in Madrid by the French violinist Robert Soetans and the Madrid Symphony Orchestra conducted by Enrique Fernandez Arbos. In 1936, Prokofiev returned to Russia, where he continued to write with the same musical language and his works show an extraordinary integrity if one considers the pressure imposed by the Soviet doctrine of socialist realism.