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Alexander Scriabin (1872–1915)

Alexander Scriabin was a Russian composer and pianist who invented the first colour keyboard and notation for lights and colors based on his scale of Synesthetic colors. His symphony 'Prometheus: The Poem of Fire' (1910) was the first composition in history which included notation for lights and colors. Scriabin's large-scale performances in ... See full bio »

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Known For

Moonlight People Music Department
Barfly Soundtrack
The Risk Music Department
They Came to a City Music Department


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 2019 Moonlight People (Short) (soundtrack)
 2017 Between Petrov and Vodkin (Short)
 2002 Yee yan saam chuk (stock music)
 2000 Nightcap (composer: additional music - as Scriabine)
 1997 Scriabin, een gedicht van vuur (TV Movie documentary) (music: selected works)
 1960 Horeograficheskie miniatjury (Documentary) (music - as A. Skryabin)
 1960 The Risk
 1944 They Came to a City (music selected from "The Divine Poem" of - as Scriabin)
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Alternate Names:

Scriabine | Scriabin | Aleksandr Skriabin | A. Skryabin


Vera Ivanovna Isakovich  (divorced)  (4 children) | See more »

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Sometimes credited as Aleksandr Skriabin in films made in Russia and in the former USSR. See more »

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