You included him among the bad ones, remember? You are really connoiseurs You deserve a bow. Laredo is okay: she's a recognized expert with Rachmaninov. Ugorsky has a new Skryabin cycle out; haven't heard it, however. If you want some really rare Skryabin by a Russian of the great Russian school of pianism, check Igor Nikonovich. Unknown in North America doesn't mean bad. She IS good. Mikhail Rudy is an extremely good piano player WHY you have to speak without knowing? Contrast the 2 images above to the image below taken from the right side of Volodos.
This right-side shot was made from a camera much further away from the pianist than the images taken from his left side:. In the right-side image above, nothing seems to be sharply in focus. Also there is an optical illusion that the keyboard isn't rectangular. The keys further away seem longer than the keys in the foreground, which is the opposite of normal perspective.
The keys furthest away are the most out of focus, which makes them larger in the image. Here's another right-side shot of the keyboard. The Pietro Scarpini Edition is a sterling achievement, which gets my wholehearted recommendation for resuscitating the memory of a long-forgotten artist. Busoni from 3 works attrib. Bach, BV B 42 :  1. Fantasia in D minor, BWV  2. Andante in G minor, BWV  3. VI, , Sz. Milano Donate and keep us afloat.
Nimbus Podcast. Follow us on Twitter. Custom Search. Rhine Classics. Some items to consider. Advertising on Musicweb. The White Mass Sonata is not structurally directly related to Scriabin's ninth sonata , which was composed in —13 and would later earn the nickname Black Mass Sonata. The piece consists of a single movement, lasting around 10—13 minutes, and is marked "Allegro," although the "Allegro" marking was added later by the publisher.
Like the sixth, the seventh sonata is full of violent contrasts, complex counterpoint , advanced tritonal harmonies, and rippling, incandescent arpeggios. Passages throughout the sonata imitate lightning, clouds of perfume, and distant bells. The chords imitating the ringing of bells were a favourite of Scriabin's, and they provide another harmony that recurs throughout the work two minor thirds separated by a minor sixth.Piano Concerto No.1 in D-flat major, Op (/12) Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI | Massimo Freccia recorded: live | Auditorium RAI, Torino | 13 March | broadcast Piano Sonata No.7, Op “Messe blanche” (/12) recorded: live | Sala concerti, Accademia Chigiana, Siena | 13 September | broadcast.