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No. 3 In Eb : Presto - Scriabin* - Michael Ponti - Complete Piano Music (CD)

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  1. Buy CDs,DVDs online at ckonlounlampmillpewquaichorpanumlinomil.coinfo: Scriabin: Complete Piano Music / Michael Ponti Composers: Alexander Scriabin ( - ) Performers: Michael Ponti Robert Leonardy Label: Vox Classical - .
  2. SVBX 3 RECORDS SCRIABIN: 12 PIANO SONATAS MICHAEL PONTI, Pianist SVBX It is Michael Ponti's all-encompassing repertory which makes him unique among the pianists of his generation. It covers the whole spectrum of piano literature from pre-Bach to the most recent con¬ temporary compositions and includes over twenty recital programs and.
  3. A word of advice, Hamelin is aptly fast and able when interpretting Scriabin, but lacks the soul and musicality involved in most of his Scriabin sonatas, they mostly sound like a fast piano roll. And following the earlier reviewer's advice, avoid John Ogdon's and Michael Ponti's sets completely, they are the most hideous interpretations ever /5(6).
  4. Complete sets of Scriabin’s piano music are not thick on the ground. Michael Ponti squeezes quite a lot onto a 5 CD set on the Vox label, but that set doesn’t seem to have the absolute ‘complete’ credentials of this 8 disc Capriccio box.
  5. If one can point to a consistent characteristic in Scriabin's preludes, whose composition spanned from to , it is brevity; most of the individual preludes are no longer than one and a half to two minutes. The Six Preludes, Op. 13 () are no exception, though at nearly three minutes the first prelude of the set stretches the limits a bit.
  6. The Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 53, is a work written by Alexander Scriabin in This was his first sonata to be written in one movement, a format he retained from then on. A typical performance lasts from 11 to 12 minutes.
  7. Aug 09,  · Scriabin was a miniaturist by nature and wrote preludes througout his life, so the complete preludes give you a good idea of the broad sweep of his output, from the chopinesque (and very beautiful) Op preludes written between 18to the modernist op written in
  8. I've heard many different approaches to Scriabin's piano music, and that's actually part of the delight in hearing any performance -- the music seems to draw out the personality of the performer in a most astonishing way, and Michael Ponti is ready and able to give us expert performances/5(37).

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