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Rachmaninoff: Variations on a theme of Chopin, op. 22

performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy, or below by Nikolai Lugansky

Rachmaninoff! Also been a while since we’ve seen this guy. I actually had no intentions of duplicating so many of the composers from last year’s Russian Symphony series in this piano series, but then again… that  1,133 more words


Nikolai Medtner: Piano sonata in f minor, op. 5

performed by Geoffrey Tozer

In case you haven’t ever heard of Nikolai Medtner, I’d like to make the case that this, one of his earliest compositions, is undeniably one of the greatest things ever composed in the history of history. 1,282 more words


Scriabin: Deux Poèmes, op. 32

performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy or below by Ivo Pogorelich

Two little things today, sketches from Scriabin, as if he’s working out ideas in preparation for something truly monumental. 700 more words


Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia, 1903

Ея Императорское Высочество Великая Княгиня
Ксенiя Александровна
(Боярыня временъ Царя Алексѣя Михаиловича)

History Of Russia

Scriabin Piano Sonata no. 4 in F-sharp major, Op. 30

performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy

Well, it hasn’t been as long since we’ve visited Scriabin. He was part of the the Russian Symphony Series and the Symphonic Poem series, but aside from his multiple symphonies and other orchestral work, he arguably made his name primarily through his piano works, and it’s this mustachioed musician who was the greatest impetus for the Russian Piano series. 766 more words


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