[PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

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[PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby mrvegas » Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:41 pm

This is my arrangement of Scriabin's famous piano Etude in C# minor. I put it in E-minor for the guitar. I also used accidentals instead of tracking Scriabin's key signature changes, which would have looked pretty scary in this key.
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Re: [PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby Schneider » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:56 am

Thank you mrvegas. I'll take close look. I've never seen a Scriabin piece transcribed for guitar before.
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Re: [PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby mrvegas » Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:27 pm

Thanks for looking. You know your name seemed familiar when I saw it in the reply, and then I realized I have an arrangement of Sagreras' Maria Luisa sitting on my music stand by a Pierre Schneider -- is that you? If so, I also have your version of Tarrega's little E-minor study, and have played some of your edited versions of Sagreras' lessons from the computer screen off of imslp. Thanks for doing all of that!

I occasionally try arranging music I like into something I actually have a chance of playing. I have always really liked this Scriabin piece, so I took a shot at turning it into something playable on guitar.
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Re: [PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby franks59 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:46 pm

Schneider wrote: I've never seen a Scriabin piece transcribed for guitar before.Pierre

Here's a particularly nice one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2ci_UK83_k

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Re: [PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby Schneider » Wed Dec 21, 2016 8:21 am

mrvegas wrote:[...] is that you? [...]

Yep :wink:
mrvegas wrote:[...] Thanks for doing all of that! [...]

My pleasure :D

Cheers,
Pierre
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Unfortunately Stradivarius was a terrible painter and Rembrandt made lousy violins.

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Re: [PDF] Scriabin, Alexander - op.02/01 - Etude

Postby Schneider » Wed Dec 21, 2016 8:23 am

franks59 wrote: Here's a particularly nice one.

Very nice, thank you Frank :casque:

Cheers,
Pierre
I went up into the attic and found a Stradivarius and a Rembrandt.
Unfortunately Stradivarius was a terrible painter and Rembrandt made lousy violins.


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