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Scriabin, Aleksandr

Syllabification: Scria·bin, Aleksandr
Pronunciation: /skrēˈäbən
(also Skryabin)
  • (1872–1915), Russian composer and pianist; full name Aleksandr Nikolaevich Scriabin. Much of his later music reflects his interest in mysticism and theosophy, especially his third symphony. Notable works: The Divine Poem (1903) and Prometheus: The Poem of Fire (1909–10).

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