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Alexander Scriabin, The Great Symphony Orchestra Of The All-Union Radio And Central TV, Nikolay Golovanov - Third Symphony (Divine Poem), Poem Of Ecstasy album flac

  • Performer: Alexander Scriabin
  • Album: Third Symphony (Divine Poem), Poem Of Ecstasy
  • FLAC: 1264 mb | MP3: 1541 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Romantic
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Alexander Scriabin, The Great Symphony Orchestra Of The All-Union Radio And Central TV, Nikolay Golovanov - Third Symphony (Divine Poem), Poem Of Ecstasy album flac

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Third Symphony (Divine Poem), In C Minor, Op. 43, 1904
1 Struggle (Lento. Allegro) 23:52
2 Delight (Lento) 10:33
3 Divine Play (Allegro) 8:29
4 Poem Of Ecstasy, Op. 43, 1907
Trumpet [Soloist] – Sergy Popov*
22:05

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Boheme Music (BMR)
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Мелодия

Credits

  • Composed By – Alexander Scriabin*
  • Conductor – Nikolay Golovanov*
  • Orchestra – The Great Symphony Orchestra Of The All-Union Radio And Central TV*

Notes

(P) 1952, 1960 Melodiya

Third Symphony, Recorded in 1947.
Poem of Ecstasy, Recorded in 1952.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 602410 810833

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