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Étude in D-sharp minor Op. 8 no. 12
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Finally, some Scriabin. One of his earlier Etudes, written when Scriabin was around the age of 23, the strong influence of Chopin on his early musical language can be heard quite clearly here - the rhythmical figure of the theme is seemingly a reference to the Chopin Etude of the same number (i.e. Revolutionary). Yet, even amongst all of the 'Chopin' flavors, there is a heavy Russian influence which is distinctly Scriabin. There has been somewhat of a Scriabin revival over the last few decades, and appreciation for his musical output has been growing - something that he truly deserves given this statement made about him: "No one was more famous during their lifetime, and few were more quickly ignored after death."

This magical performance was recorded by SPQ last year, after sitting for almost a year as raw footage files I thought it finally needed to be edited and for you all to experience it! Wishing you all the best on this Monday ♥

Quantos Games

I wish more people would listen to these 20th century composers. They're music is great!

sky Yuzuki

@Magister R'yleth not that i have played this, though i am a pianist myself. I was looking for a piece and I stumbled into this, so I looked other interpretations and they were miles ahead in interpretation.

Magister R'yleth

@sky Yuzuki And I suppose you could do better?

sky Yuzuki

This interpretationis bland and kinda trash tho

Oliver Hayes

Do loves joy please!!!♥️

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Scriabin claimed he had synesthesia - meaning he saw colors when he heard sounds! I've always wondered how that feels like, do any of you have that?

Priscilla Wilson

I use to really bad. One time someone asked a coworker what was her favorite color. I saw pink bubbles float and pop around her before she even said "pink." I get it every now and then now.

Champion Awairaz

@ALY Stoodio that actually counts as synesthesia its called associative synesthesia. Projective synesthesia is when you can see it physically and associative is when you can see it in your "mind".


@Giuseppe Moscato c# is golden

or maybe thats just hr2 talking

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