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Scriabin

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Aleksandr Nikolayevich . 1872--1915, Russian composer, whose works came increasingly to express his theosophic beliefs. He wrote many piano works; his orchestral compositions include Prometheus (1911)
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Scriabin shared his obsession with a total work of art with composer Richard Wagner, whose idea was to incorporate music, dance, architecture and artwork in his music dramas.
Chapter 4 focuses on harmonic analysis of Poeme de l'extase against the backdrop of the accompanying poem written by Scriabin (pp.
The Poem of Ecstasy, mentioned earlier, "will serve to explain it better than any more formal exposition what Scriabin wrote is precisely what the Hindu imager moulded.
10 by Alexander Scriabin and Allemand by Eugen d'Albert.
First in line at the Pottery Room of the city's Museum & Winter Gardens in Burdon Road next Tuesday will be the 25-year-old Russian pianist Alexander Karpeyev, who studied at the Moscow Conservatoire and at London's Guildhall School of Music & Drama until last year Kareyev's programme includes sonatas by Mozart, Liszt and Prokofiev, as well as studies by Liszt, Scriabin and Chopin.
Suzy Klein and Charles Hazlewood present the first night of the 114th season, featuring the BBC Symphony Orchestra, under chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek, performing music by Strauss, Beethoven and Scriabin.
In addition to visual colors, Scriabin intended the performance of this piece to exploit the senses of smell (provided by various incenses) and touch (I'm not certain that I want to go there), as well as to feature ballet accompaniment.
He delighted listeners and WUSF staff by playing musical selections by Sibelius, Scriabin and Beethoven.
VENEZUELAN pianist virtuoso Montero gave a staggering performance of pieces by Liszt, Chopin, Scriabin and Rachmaninov at this live concert but it's the improvisations that single her out as a unique talent.
One of the group's early inspirations was Alexander Scriabin, a Russian composer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who dreamed of creating a work of art that would occupy every sense, driving the audience into a transcendental state.
Concerts are shorter - just an hour or so - and without intermission as conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen will demonstrate when he leads the dressed-down orchestra through the music of Shostakovich and Scriabin at the L.
French poet Charles Baudelaire, Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov, French composer Olivier Messaien, Russian composer Alexander Scriabin and the British painter David Hockney have all been linked to synaesthesia over the years and expressed it through their work.