Scriabin speaks of this piece as "the most beautiful compositional experience of his life".
One cannot blame him because I think that in this composition there is perhaps the most successful encounter in this artist's production between the beauty of the material of the composition with its
elaborations, the great contrasts between the thematic elements, the fervent imagination in shaping the shape of the sonata itself, the suggestive "three-dimensionality" of the single moments (thanks
to the simultaneous encounter of elements in light and shadow, distant and close to the listening), the play of harmonies, and, last but not least, the elegance. (The image is a copy of 7h autograph)