Scriabine [Scriabin], Aleksandr. (1872–1915)
Reverie pour Orchestre, op. 24
Leipzig: Edition M. P. Belaieff. 1899. First edition.
Orchestral score. [PN] 1924. 15 pp. Rare. With unidentified ownership signatures and stamps at the head of the front wrapper and the title page, toning and wear to the corners and spine; overall very good. 7.5 x 10.75 inches (19.5 x 27.5 cm).
Scriabin's Rêverie, op. 24, a short work for orchestra, was originally named Prélude and was written as a present for his publisher and patron, M. P. Belyayev. It was Belyayev who renamed the piece for publication. Rimsky-Korsakov considered the work "delightful" and premiered it in Saint Petersburg on December 5, 1898.