List of compositions by Alexander Scriabin

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This is a list of musical compositions by Alexander Scriabin.

Two lists are given:

  • list of works by genre
  • list of works by opus number or date of composition

List of works by genre[edit]

Orchestral works[edit]

Piano works[edit]

Etudes[edit]

Fantasies[edit]

Impromptus[edit]

  • Impromptu à la Mazur in C major, No. 3 from Trois morceaux, Op. 2
  • 2 Impromptus à la Mazur, Op. 7 (1892)
  • 2 Impromptus, Op. 10 (1894)
  • 2 Impromptus, Op. 12 (1895)
  • 2 Impromptus, Op. 14 (1895)

Mazurkas[edit]

  • Mazurka (1884)
  • Mazurka (1886)
  • Mazurka in F major (1889)
  • Mazurka in B minor (1889)
  • 10 Mazurkas, Op. 3 (1889)
  • 9 Mazurkas, Op. 25 (1899)
  • 2 Mazurkas, Op. 40 (1903)

Nocturnes[edit]

  • Nocturne in A-flat major (1884)
  • 2 Nocturnes, Op. 5 (1890)
  • Prelude and Nocturne for the Left Hand, Op. 9 (1894)
  • Poème-Nocturne, Op. 61

Poèmes (Poems)[edit]

  • 2 Poèmes, Op. 32
  • Poème Tragique, Op. 34
  • Poème Satanique, Op. 36
  • Poème, Op. 41
  • 2 Poèmes, Op. 44
  • Poème fantastique in C major, No. 2 from Trois morceaux, Op. 45
  • Poème Ailé, No. 3 from Quatre morceaux, Op. 51
  • Trois Morceaux, Op. 52
    • Poem in C major and Poème languide in B major, Nos. 1 and 3 from Trois morceaux, Op. 52
  • Poème, No. 1 from Deux morceaux, Op. 59
  • Poème-Nocturne, Op. 61
  • Two Poèmes, Op. 63
  • Two Poèmes, Op. 69
  • Two Poèmes, Op. 71
  • Vers la flamme, Op. 72

Preludes[edit]

Sonatas[edit]

Scriabin wrote twelve sonatas for piano, ten of which he published. The first four are in the Romantic style. Initially the music is reminiscent of Chopin, but Scriabin's unique voice, present from the beginning, becomes fully present even in these early pieces. With the brief fourth sonata, Scriabin explored more complex, chromatic harmonies. Each of the following sonatas are often highly dissonant and have a new form of tonality that some describe as atonal and others describe as simply different from conventional tonality. Vers la flamme was intended to be the eleventh sonata, but he was forced to publish it early due to financial concerns. Beginning with the fifth, Scriabin's published sonatas consist of only a single movement.

Waltzes[edit]

  • Valse in D-flat major (1886)
  • Valse in G-sharp minor (1886)
  • Waltz in F minor, Op. 1 (1886)
  • Waltz in A-flat major, Op. 38
  • Quasi Waltz in F major, Op. 47

Miscellaneous[edit]

Other works[edit]

  • Romance for horn (1890)
  • Romance for voice (1894)

List of works by opus number or date of composition[edit]

Nearly all of Scriabin's works have opus numbers. His work can be divided into three (somewhat arbitrary) periods, based on increasing atonality: early, Opp. 1–29; middle, Opp. 30–53; and late, Opp. 54–74.

Works without opus numbers[edit]

  • Canon in D minor (1883)
  • Nocturne in A-flat major (1884)
  • Mazurka (1884)
  • Mazurka (1886)
  • Valse in D-flat major (1886)
  • Valse in G-sharp minor (1886)
  • Sonata-Fantasy (1886)
  • Egorova (Egoroff) variations (1887)
  • Fantasy for two pianos in A minor (1889)
  • Mazurka in F major (1889)
  • Mazurka in B minor (1889)
  • Feuillet d'Album de Monighetti in A-flat major (1889)
  • Sonata in E-flat minor (1889)
  • Romance for horn (1890)
  • Fugue in E minor (1892)
  • Romance for voice (1894)
  • Symphonic Poem in D minor (1896)
  • Feuillet d'Album in F-sharp major (1905)

Early (Opp. 1–29)[edit]

Middle (Opp. 30–58)[edit]

Opus 50 was not used by Scriabin

Opus 55 was not used by Scriabin

Late (Opp. 59–74)[edit]

External links[edit]