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Complete Piano Sonatas

By Alexander Scriabin

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Solo piano - SMP Level 10 (Advanced)
Composed by Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915). Masterworks; Piano Collection. Dover Edition. Form: Sonata. 20th Century. Collection. Glossary of French terms and instructional text (does not include words to the songs). 256 pages. Published by Dover Publications (AP.6-258505).

Item Number: AP.6-258505
ISBN 0486258505. With glossary of French terms and instructional text (does not include words to the songs). 20th Century. 8 3/8x1114 inches.

All ten of ScriabinÕs sonatas, reprinted from an authoritative early Russian edition.

This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 9-10.

  • Sonata No.1, Op.6  F Minor
  • Sonata No.2 (Sonata-Fantasy), Op.19  G# Minor
  • Sonata No.3, Op.23  F# Minor
  • Sonata No.4, Op.30  F# Major
  • Sonata No.5, Op.53 
  • Sonata No.6, Op.62 
  • Sonata No.7 "White Mass", Op.64 
  • Sonata No.8, Op.66 
  • Sonata No.9 "Black Mass", Op.68 
  • Sonata No.10, Op.70 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Location:
    Luton, England
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • December 16, 2005 beautiful music

    I'm probably biased, as I love Scriabin in any form or issue that his music may appear in. However, for the price it is, this edition represents fabulous value for money. These sonatas are extremely difficult, and they are for the diploma level player+. It's all worth the...

    troubles just to play his Sonata. No. 5!

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  • 2

    Location:
    Ann Arbor, MI
  • May 21, 2005 Great Music, Needs a new Edition

    Often times the melodic line will go far higher than 2-3 octaves above middle C. Instead of using an all' ottava (an "8va") the performer is forced to read music at 7+ ledger lines above the staff. This problem also occurs for the left hand; when treble clef should...

    be used, the notation stays with the bass clef. Sometimes multiple melodic lines will weave in and out of each other. Instead of using 3 staffs or indicating what lines should be played with the left hand or right hand, the lines (sometimes 3 melodies) are compacted together all on one staff into a quagmire of black ink. Sometimes the rythems switch between triplets and a straight 4/4 beat. This is seldom indicated in the score, and leaves it up to the performer to figure out what is going on. All in all great music making, but the notational shortcomings of this edition makes a lot of the music unmanagable or unreadable when it otherwise could be.

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  • 5

    Location:
    santa cruz
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • November 19, 2004 transformation

    dense...ethereal..

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