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Maria Lettberg: Opus Posthum – Alexander & Julian Scriabin Early Piano Works (24/48 FLAC)

Maria Lettberg: Opus Posthum - Alexander & Julian Scriabin Early Piano Works (24/48 FLAC)

Maria Lettberg: Opus Posthum – Alexander & Julian Scriabin Early Piano Works (24/48 FLAC)

Composer: Alexander Scriabin, Julian Scriabin
Performer: Maria Lettberg
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Es-Dur
Catalogue: ES2040
Release: 2013
Size: 555 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

01. Scriabin A: Valse in D-Flat Major 1886
02. Scriabin A: Valse in G-Sharp Minor 1886
03. Scriabin A: Mazurka in B Minor 1889
04. Scriabin A: Mazurka in F Major 1889
05. Scriabin A: Mazurka in B Minor 1886 (Appendix)
06. Scriabin A: Nocturne in A-Flat Major 1884-1885
07. Scriabin A: Sonata-Fantaisie in G-Sharp Minor 1886
08. Scriabin A: Feuillet d’album de Monighetti 1889
09. Scriabin A: Scherzo in E-Flat Major 1886
10. Scriabin A: Scherzo in A-Flat Major 1886
11. Scriabin A: Piano Piece in B-Flat Minor 1887
12. Scriabin A: Variations sur un thème de M-Lle Egoroff in F Minor 1887

Scriabin A: Sonata in E-Flat Minor 1887-1889
13. I. —
14. II. —
15. III. Presto

16. Scriabin A: Fuge (À 4) in F Minor 1888
17. Scriabin A: Fuge (À 5) in E Minor 1892
18. Scriabin A: Etude in D-Sharp Minor, Op. 8 No. 12 Alternate Version 1894-95
19. Scriabin A: Canon in D Minor 1883
20. Scriabin A: Feuillet d’album in F-Sharp Major 1900
21. Scriabin J: Prelude, Op. 2 1918

Scriabin J: Two Preludes, Op. 3 1918
22. I. —
23. II. —

24. Scriabin J: Prelude 1919

“Several years ago I presented a recording of all piano works with opus numbers by Alexander Scriabin. I rehearsed, played in concerts and then recorded eight CDs, 207 works, and eight hours of music”, notes pianist Maria Lettberg. “Scriabin’s music becomes accessible via a roundabout route but then it gets under your skin and intoxicates you like a drug, makes you euphoric, addicted and…happy.” With the present recording of the early works without opus numbers, she happily completes her mammoth survey of Scriabin.


Scriabin started to compose at a very young age. In the years 1885 to 1889 he made a catalogue of his works in a sketch book, in which around fifty pieces are listed. Some of these pieces were later revised and released by Scriabin, some only published after his death and many are missing. Maria Lettberg has recorded the extant pieces at ES-Dur in cooperation with Deutschlandradio Kultur. In addition to fugues, waltzes and early first versions of sonatas, there are three first recordings of works that were only edited in 1997: Two Scherzos and the Piano Piece in B minor. The disc ends with four preludes which are sombre and mystical. It is uncertain whether these pieces come from Alexander Scriabin or his son Julian, who also composed early in his life but tragically drowned in the Dnieper aged only eleven.

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