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Alexander Scriabin - Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, Op. 20

- Composer: Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin (6 January 1872 -- 27 April 1915)
- Orchestra: Chicago Symphony Orchestra
- Conductor: Pierre Boulez
- Soloist: Anatol Ugorski
- Year of recording: 1999

Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, Op. 20, written in 1896.

00:00 - I. Allegro
07:48 - II. Andante
16:30 - III. Allegro moderato

This work was Scriabin's only true concerto and his first work that involved the orchestra. At only 24 and needing a piano concerto to show off his abilities in concert, Scriabin was still using the idiom set forth by Chopin for his piano writing, and here he took on Chopin's orchestral mannerisms, as well, although Scriabin's orchestra takes a much more active and partner-like role than Chopin's does in his concertos. Scriabin completed the concerto in only a few days in the fall of 1896, but didn't finish the orchestration until the following May and did not premiere the work until 23 October 1897.

- The opening Allegro does not go to the emotional extremes that Rachmaninov does, but it does contain greatly contrasting moods and moments of tension, ending without a recapitulation in a generally dark disposition.
- The middle movement is a poetic Andante and four brief variations, which, even though in the major mode, still have a nostalgic feeling. Muted strings first state the theme, which then switches to the clarinet with delicate, interweaving piano accompaniment. The next variation is more like a piano scherzo; then a darker variation moves mostly into the left hand and lower registers. The fourth variation gives the theme back, inverted, to the orchestra while the pianist has a more filigree solo, including a slow cadenza before the coda.
- The final Allegro moderato is in sonata-rondo form and is more intensely expressive than the other movements. Its main theme features a soaring arpeggio that flies up to the high end of the keyboard, but the lyrical secondary subject, however, is the one that stays in memory. The movement ends with an extended coda that represents an ecstatic, emotional culmination, with the orchestra rising to prominence at the very end.

Scriabin often performed the concerto, even after he had moved on musically and philosophically into more sophisticated areas. Also a favorite of Rachmaninov's, he conducted the composer in a 1911 performance and later performed the work himself at a memorial for Scriabin in 1915.

Here, in this performance Ugorski spins out the Chopinesque filigree with masculine grace, and his playing is colourful and imaginative. Boulez and the Chicagoans complement it perfectly. This is the best version I know, far better than Ashkenazy's, and even better than Solomon's.
Kássio Arão : I Love this concert
Melvïn Domard : This is one of the best piano concertos, yet I heard it for the first time by seeking directly into Scriabin’s works. I think we could agree to talk more about it !
Antonia Vignera : Thank you very good .
Antonia Vignera : Grazie per aver dato la possibilità di seguire l’ascolto con la partitura.
황성곤 : OMG this is so cheezy piece among his works. Disappointed!

Scriabin – Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, op. 20 (Vladimir Ashkenazy/Maazel) [Complete]

Alexander Scriabin – Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, op. 20

I. Allegro: 00:00
II. Andante: 7:40
III. Allegro moderato: 16:14

Piano: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Conductor: Lorin Maazel
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Recording location and date: Kingsway Hall, London, April 1971

http://www.amazon.com/Scriabin-Po%C3%A8me-LExtase-Concerto-Prometheus/dp/B0000041RH
http://www.cduniverse.com/search/xx/music/pid/1170003/a/scriabin%3A+le+poeme+de+l%27extase%3B+piano+concerto%3B+prometheus.htm
Gyeong Chan Kim : One of my favorite music nowadays
kEYBAWD : This is a wonderful performance of the concerto. I bought it when it was released (LP). I have heard countless artists play the piece before and since the Ashkenazy LP - but this is the recording I go back to.
As for Scriabin's music and this concerto. The music is gradually becoming mainstream and I'm sure will continue to do so. Amazing! This concerto is so beautiful, with divine themes bathed in poetry, I don't know why it isn't a 'family favourite' like Rach 2.
robert frank gill : I've always loved Michael Ponti's recording of this on Vox. I always will. But this is the first time I've heard Ashkenazy playing this, and wow !
YUMIN LEE : Thank you Vladmir Ashckenazyෆ
AnthonyAlleeson : I have listened to thousands of hours of piano music over the years and I still come back to this as, perhaps, my favourite piece.

Mikhail Pletnev plays Scriabin Piano Concerto, op. 20 – live 2018

Mikhail Pletnev playing Scriabin's PC with the RNO under Pier Carlo Orizio, live in Moscow on 1 April 2018

Михаил Плетнёв - Скрябин
Ольга Абросимова : Гениальные музыка и исполнение.
Hugo Kubarth : Here comes a completely new interpretation; never heard such a tender rendition of the 2nd mouvement. Absolutely marvellous
Mike Daniels : Very intetesting comments here. Hearing stuff such as this here, i feel a deep gratitude for the work of Rachmaninoff, Liberace, Cavallaro, Irving Berlin, Gershwin, Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton, and the stride piano, big bands and boogie woogie movements.
Paul Smith : I never would have guessed this was Scriabin.
Kristóf Katona : the transition at 25:22 is amazing. It's not intended by the composer, but it sounds so good

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