Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin

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Russian composer of orchestral and piano music (1872-1915)

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The Alexander Scriabin Companion: History, Performance, and Lore is a beautifully written and comprehensive tour de force, capturing Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin's life and music from both historical and performance perspectives.
(7) See Anatole Leikin, The Performing Style of Alexander Scriabin (London: Ashgate, 2011); Leikin, "Piano-Roll Recordings of Enrique Granados: A Study of a Transcription of the Composer's Performance," Journal of Musicological Research, vol.
Alexander Scriabin's "Valse in F Minor" (1885) is a mature musical piece that includes a creative ad libitum transition from the relative major to the tonic.
In those days I was spending a lot of time listening to a piece by Alexander Scriabin, Piano Sonata No.
Mattern), Polka from The Age of Gold; * Alexander Scriabin (arr.
Pasternak took after her, studying composition with Alexander Scriabin, whose synesthesic theories (colors have sounds) influenced his pupil's later poetics.
10 by Alexander Scriabin and Allemand by Eugen d'Albert.
Vasily Petrenko had the Phil turned up to an eardrum-perforating, filling-loosening, Spinal Tap 11 in this heroic interpretation of Alexander Scriabin's Poem of Ecstasy.
In 1907, Alexander Scriabin wrote his Piano Sonata no.
The Russian composer Alexander Scriabin, arguably the most famous synesthete, associated colors with specific tones and invented a "color organ" (clavier a lumieres) that anticipated the 1960s by half a century; its use resulted in orchestral performances with light shows.
I would also recommend that Franz Liszt, Alexander Scriabin, Tchaikovsky, and Guillaume de Machaut be regulated according to Refuge's rules.