Scriabin
or Skryabin biographical name Aleksandr Nikolayevich 1872-1915 Russian composer

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  • Scriabin — Scriabin, Alexandr Nicolaievič …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Scriabin — [skryä′bēn; ] E [ skrē ä′bin] Aleksandr (Nikolayevich) [ä΄lyik sän′dr ] 1872 1915; Russ. composer & pianist …   English World dictionary

  • Scriabin — Alexandre Scriabine « Scriabine » redirige ici. Pour les autres significations, voir Scriabine (homonymie). Alexandre Scriabine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Scriabin — noun Russian composer of orchestral and piano music (1872 1915) • Syn: ↑Aleksandr Scriabin, ↑Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin • Instance Hypernyms: ↑composer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Scriabin — /skree ah bin/; Russ. /skrddyah byin/, n. Aleksandr Nikolaevich /al ig zan deuhr nik euh luy euh vich, zahn /; Russ. /u lyi ksahn drdd nyi ku lah yi vyich/, 1872 1915, Russian composer and pianist. * * * …   Universalium

  • Scriabin — Scria•bin [[t]skriˈɑ bɪn[/t]] n. big Aleksandr Nikolaevich, 1872–1915, Russian composer and pianist …   From formal English to slang

  • Scriabin — /skriˈabən/ (say skree ahbuhn) noun Aleksandr Nikolaievich /nɪkaˈlaɪəvɪtʃ/ (say nikah luyuhvich), 1872–1915, Russian composer and pianist …   Australian English dictionary

  • Scriabin, Aleksandr — ▪ Russian composer in full  Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin , Scriabin also spelled  Skriabin , or  Skryabin  born Dec. 25, 1871 [Jan. 6, 1872, New Style], Moscow, Russia died April 14 [April 27], 1915, Moscow  Russian composer of piano and… …   Universalium

  • Scriabin, Alexander Nikolayevich — (1872 1915)    A Russian composer who reportedly experienced a variant of synaesthesia called * coloured hearing, or, more specifically, * coloured music. As recounted by the British psychologist Charles S. Myers (1873 1946), who interviewed… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Scriabin, Aleksandr (Nikolayevich) — born Jan. 6, 1872, Moscow, Russia died April 27, 1915, Moscow Russian composer and pianist. He studied piano and composition at the Moscow Conservatory and then launched a successful concert career. His early music was mostly for piano (including …   Universalium

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