Anatole Leikin


RILM abstract: "An investigation of Skrjabin's performing style based on the composer's piano-roll recordings, focusing on a transcription of his 1910 recording of Poeme, op. 32, no. 1. The transcription demonstrates that in performance Skrjabin significantly changed the tempos, dynamics, articulation, rhythms, and even the original notes. Such features of the composer's performing style as rubato, phrasing, pedaling, and digressions from the printed text are analyzed."



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