Note: We highly recommend you get the free score of Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No.3 from the IMSLP website. Furthermore, to get the most out of this analysis, please listen to the recording of this work on any music streaming platform or YouTube.
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If you're new to Interval Theory, we suggest you take most of the content that TC goes through as pure inspiration, but if you're familiar with the intervals already, you want to dive deeper into the techniques and apply them to your own musical works.
No matter in which of the two categories you see yourself, we suggest you follow TC's methodology, pick a musical piece you like and admire, and go through a similar process to extract useful techniques that you can put into your "bag of tricks".