Scriabin

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Sonata-Fantaisie In G Sharp Minor (Scriabin)
... Alexander Scriabin's Sonate-Fantaisie in G-sharp minor (or Sonata-Fantaisie) was composed in 1886, when he was fourteen ... Its chromaticism is highly characteristic of Scriabin's later works ... It was written during the time when Scriabin was studying under Nikolai Zverev ...
Grand Guignol (album) - Track Listing
74 Douloureux, déchirant" – 117 (Alexander Scriabin) "Three Preludes Op. 74 Très lent, contemplatif" – 143 (Scriabin) "Three Preludes Op. 74 Allegro drammatico" – 049 (Scriabin) "Prophetiae Sybillarum" – 146 (Orlande de Lassus) "The Cage" – 201 (Charles Ives) - Featuring Bob Dorough "Louange à l'éternit ...
Piano Concerto (Scriabin)
20, is an early work of the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin (1872–1915) composed in 1896 ... Scriabin completed the concerto in only a few days in the fall of 1896, but didn't finish the orchestration until the following May and did not premiere ...
Enter By The Twelfth Gate - Track Listing
... written and composed by Michael Pinnella, except for "Scriabin Etude OP. 5," written by Alexander Scriabin ... "Scriabin Etude OP ...
List Of People With Synesthesia - Pseudo-synesthetes
... Alexander Scriabin (6 January 1872 – 27 April 1915) probably was not a synesthete, but, rather, was highly influenced by the French and Russian salon fashions ... Most noticeably, Scriabin seems to have been strongly influenced by the writings and talks of the Russian mystic, Helena P ... The synesthetic motifs found in Scriabin's compositions – most noticeably in Prometheus, composed in 1911 – are developed from ideas from Isaac Newton, and follow a circle of fifths ...