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greg:
Something I've noticed: it looks like IMSLP has the complete catalogue of Scriabin works- complete meaning the whole opus list, plus a bunch of works without opus number. Maybe that isn't exactly complete, though?


http://imslp.org/wiki/List_of_compositions_by_Alexander_Scriabin

Joe_Campbell:

--- Quote from: Bahamut on March 09, 2009, 02:12:14 PM ---Something I've noticed: it looks like IMSLP has the complete catalogue of Scriabin works- complete meaning the whole opus list, plus a bunch of works without opus number. Maybe that isn't exactly complete, though?


http://imslp.org/wiki/List_of_compositions_by_Alexander_Scriabin

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--- Quote from: imslp.org ---Op.50 - Opus Not Used by Scriabin
Op.55 - Opus Not Used by Scriabin
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Some wierd superstition?

greg:
no idea...

music4ever:
it seems he didn't use those 2 numbers. Maybe he composed something and threw it away but already had published some higher opus numbers? Don't know. But on http://www.klassika.info/Komponisten/Scriabin/wv_opus_2.html you can see, that those numbers don't exist. And on http://inter-note.com/nvd/composer.jsp?composer=SKRIABIN&sort=opus&start=6&pp=15 also no 50 and 55! By the way, the have a nice preview function where you can flip through the score and listen to the music

Muzition:
I'm not sure if this website is entirely legal, and I hope I won't get kicked off the forum for it, but here's a website I recently found:
http://www.sheetsearch.com/
You can download PDFs of lots of music, not just classical, but also popular music.  It does have a whole lot of classical music, including scores by modern and living composers.  It has some more recent music that can't be found on IMSLP.
There are a few weird things about the site - for example, music by Beethoven is found both under B for Beethoven and L for Ludwig van Beethoven.  The site does have a search function if you're looking for a particular composer and you're not sure whether to look him up under his first name or last name.
But yeah, I think it's worth a look.

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