Valentina Rubtsova: “Many of Scriabin’s Manuscripts Contain Pages Filled with Mathematical Calculations”

Valentina Rubtsova: “Many of Scriabin’s Manuscripts Contain Pages Filled with Mathematical Calculations”

This article is written in Russian. You can read it here.

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About the author: Uliana V. Lovchikova, student at the Department for the Art of Performance on Historical and Contemporary Instruments, Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory