Category Archives: Scriabin, Alexander

The melancholy horn – a short excursion into the monumental realm of Russian music

The repertoire of the G. Henle publishing house is traditionally … Continue reading

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“una corda” – “con sord.” – “mit Verschiebung”: How do I ‘mute’ my piano?

Many piano students are not going to believe their eyes … Continue reading

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Scriabin plays Scriabin – Is the finale of the 3rd piano sonata too difficult?

Alexander Scriabin (1872–1915) was not only one of the outstanding … Continue reading

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