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Ecstasy-

Synopsis

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the music of Scriabin
In the last programme of The Lively Arts Ashkenazy season, the focus is on the Poem of Ecstasy by Scriabin, scored for a massive orchestra and played tonight by the Philharmonia Orchestra leader CARL. PINI conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy
Kenneth van Barthold tells the fascinating story of Seriabin's life, taking us back into the exotic world of pre-Revolutionary Russia and Scriabin's own mystical obsessions. ASHKENAZY also gives a guided tour of Scriabin's piano music, adding his own perceptive comments on the composer's life and philosophy.
Sound ALAN EDMONDS. Lighting SAM BARCLAY Designer CHRISTINE RUSCOE
Executive producer HERBERT CHAPPELL Producer DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Conducted By: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Unknown: Alan Edmonds.
Producer: Herbert Chappell
Producer: David Buckton






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