Alexander Scriabin Piano Concerto f-sharp minor opus 20 – II. Andante


II. Andante
piano: Anatol Ugorski
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
conducted by: Pierre Boulez

Scriabin finished his piano concerto when 24 years old. The concerto is full with elegance and brilliance. We enter the magical world of Scriabin’s psyche! It is said that Scriabin’s earlier works remind of Chopin, yet there’s no question Scriabin’s “style” is a very personal one with his own message, his own flavors and colours; – just like Mozart writing in a style that reminds of Haydn and even Pergolesi, he had his own “style” and every note was “new”!

One response to “Alexander Scriabin Piano Concerto f-sharp minor opus 20 – II. Andante

  1. Pingback: great compositions/performances: Horowitz: Scriabin Etude for piano in minor, Op. 2/1 & Etude for piano in D minor, Op. 8/12 | euzicasa

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