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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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Skryabin's SonataNo 5 and Barber's Sonata Op 26 also burned bright, and in them Hammond produced a dazzling palette that was virtually orchestral.
The ANU's Business Development Manager for Solar Technologies, Dr Igor Skryabin, says the university is receiving daily inquiries from prospective Australian and overseas customers about combined heat-and-power solar receivers.
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JULIAN GORUS, GERMANY [piano pieces by Bach, Mendelssohn, Skryabin, Ravel, Liszt] June 21, 7.30pm
Georgiev, O.I., Nikolaev, N., Hadjilolov, A.A., Skryabin, K.G., Zakharyev, V.M.
HARTLEPOOL Music Society opens its season on Monday with a piano recital by ALEXANDER KARPEYEV playing items by Mozart, Skryabin, Liszt, Chopin, Debussy and Prokofiev in Hartlepool Town Hall Theatre from 7.30pm.
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And on July 17 at 7.30pm the remarkable Mr Llewelyn-Jones will be returning again to the Wigmore for a recital of pieces by Alexander Skryabin, Maurice Ravel, Francis Poulenc, and Chopin.
So far as formative influences are concerned, all the right names are mentioned, some of them repeatedly, for instance Skryabin and Stravinsky.
Parsifal he loved; he rejoiced in the galaxy of young English composers of the 1920s--Bliss, Warlock, Howells, Havergal Brian, Goossens; Skryabin at one time was a particular enthusiasm.
Skryabin's "Black Mass" Sonata was over all too soon, so gripping was Pascal Pascalev's reading, concentrated tension lying beneath the fingers.