A Great Russian Tone-Poet, Scriabin

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A Great Russian Tone-Poet
SCRIABIN

BY
A. EAGLEFIELD HULL
MUS. DOC. (OXON.)
EDITOR OF "THE MONTHLY MUSICAL RECORD"

WITH 165 MUSICAL ILLUSTRATIONS AND 4 PLATES

Second Edition (Revised)
(Fourth Impression)

LONDON
KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRUBNER AND CO., LTD.
BROADWAY HOUSE, 68-74 CARTER LANE, E.C.
1927

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vi
  • I Introduction 1
  • II The Musical Awakening in Russia 5
  • III The Exposition: Scriabin's Parentage and Childhood 15
  • IV First Subject: Scriabin's Studentship 28
  • V Development: A Man with an Idea 38
  • VI Coda: the Last Years 59
  • VII The Early Works 82
  • VIII The Works of the Transition Period 97
  • IX The "Mystic Chord" 101
  • X the Ten Sonatas 116
  • XI The Five Symphonies 164
  • XII the Later Piano Pieces (opp. 52 to 74) 206
  • XIII Music and Colour 216
  • XIV Form and Style 231
  • XV His Orchestration and Vocal Writing 239
  • XVI The Sources of His Inspiration 249
  • XVII Scriabin's Position in Music 262
  • XVIII Future Possibilities 270
  • Appendix I Symphonies and Sonatas 275
  • Appendix II The Complete Works 278
  • Appendix III Notes on the Complete Pianoforte Works 282
  • Appendix IV 294
  • Index 297
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