Prometheus: The Poem of Fire by Alexander Scriabin


'''''Prometheus: The Poem of Fire''''', Op. 60 (1910), is a symphonic work by the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin for piano, orchestra, optional choir, and clavier à lumières or "Chromola" (a color organ invented by Preston Millar). However, the clavier à lumières is rarely featured in the performance of the piece, including performances during Scriabin's lifetime. ''Prometheus'' is only loosely based on the myth of Prometheus. A typical performance lasts about 20 minutes.