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Roland Pöntinen|SCRIABIN: Piano Concerto / Symphony No. 3, "Le divin poeme"

SCRIABIN: Piano Concerto / Symphony No. 3, "Le divin poeme"

Alexander Scriabin

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SCRIABIN: Piano Concerto / Symphony No. 3, "Le divin poeme"

Roland Pöntinen

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Piano Concerto in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 20 (Alexander Scriabin)

1
I. Allegro
Roland Pöntinen
00:07:48

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor - Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

2
II. Andante
Roland Pöntinen
00:08:32

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor - Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

3
III. Allegro moderato
Roland Pöntinen
00:11:15

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor - Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

Symphony No. 3 in C major, Op. 43, 'Le Divin Poeme' (Alexander Scriabin)

4
I. Introduction. Lento - Luttes (Struggles): Allegro
Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
00:27:05

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

5
II. Voluptes (Delights): Lento
Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
00:12:21

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

6
III. Jeu divin (Divine Play): Allegro
Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
00:10:14

, Contributor - Leif Segerstam, Conductor

(C) 1990 BIS (P) 1990 BIS

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