Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915) was one of the composers who brought about a revolution in musical language at the turn of the twentieth century. In his specific case, this revolution involved harmony: although his early works are written in a style not dissimilar to that of Chopin, he later became far more extreme and abandoned the tonal system all-together. His 3 Etudes for piano, Op. 65, embody the style of his last period and represent the culmination of his musical research.
|Catalog Number||50601424 / F95078|
|Publisher||Rob. Forberg Musikverlag|