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8 thoughts on “ Poème Op. 52 No. 1 In C (From Three Pieces [1907]) ”

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  3. Overture No.1 in G minor on Three Greek Themes, op 14 minutes Overture No.2 in D major on Three Greek Themes, op 18 minutes Serenade No.1 in A major for orchestra, op 5 minutes “Suite Caracteristique” in D major for orchestra, op 37 minutes “Poeme lyrique” in D flat major for orchestra, op
  4. Poème fantasque (Whimsical Poem) in C major, No. 2 from 3 Morceaux, Op. 45 piano 51#3: Poème ailé (Winged Poem), No. 3 from 4 Morceaux, Op. 51 piano 52#1: Poème in C major, No. 1 from 3 Morceaux, Op. 52 piano 52#3: Poème languide (Languid Poem) in B major, No. 3 from 3 Morceaux, Op. 52 piano 59#1: Poème, No. 1 from 2.
  5. ALEXANDER SCRIABIN - Complete Orchestral Works. Alexander Lubimov, Thomas Trotter, miteredebtcysfateryslemeeniszyns.xyzinfoburg Chamber Choir, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Anna-Kristiina Kaappola.
  6. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique' - Marche Slave - The Seasons, Op - The Sleeping Beuty Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, The Nutcracker & The Sleeping Beauty.
  7. Op - 3 Pieces () No.1 - Poem in C major No.2 - Enigma No.3 - Poème languide in B major Op - Piano Sonata No.5 in F ♯ major () Op - Symphony No.4, Le Poeme de l'extase (The Poem of Ecstasy) () Op - Opus Not Used by Scriabin Op - 4 Pieces () Prelude [Прелюдия] in E ♭ major Ironies [Ирония] in C.
  8. The information provided above is woefully incomplete, but I think this must be the same issue as one available in the UK with a different ASIN number -- consisting of a large selection of Scriabin's earlier preludes and most of his 'poems' (later in date) -- plus the shortest of the sonatas (no. 4). To be precise: 1 piece from op. 8, 12 from 5/5(3).

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