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Scriabin was a composer and pianist born in at the end of the 19th century, when European ideology and music were in the midst of a crisis, torn between conservative and progressive forces. This thesis will
analyze the original place the controversial character of Scriabin took in a musical land in reconstruction, and how the Fifth Sonata holds a pivotal place in his overall work.
The specificities of Scriabin’s work will be put back into their historical and sociological context, in order to understand the birth of his musical ideas, representative of his life philosophical quests. Scriabin wrote ten piano sonatas, where the Fifth Sonata can be seen as a mediation to its musical maturity. Its analysis will serve at illustrating the singularity and the historical determinations of Scriabin’s art in music history.
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