04 July 2012

Toccata & Fugue in Alizarin Crimson Minor, Op. 5

A form of comprehensive color blindness called achromatopsia, as treated by a device that operates like an optical equivalent of a cochlear implant, resulting in its wearer experiencing something akin to "inverse synesthesia."

But the interviewer drops the ball by not asking the obvious question, "And what color is Scriabin?"

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