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Part of a larger Op.17 set now lost?
The op.17 no.1 prelude is sort-of-A major-ish apparently, but for want of a better term Scriabin-esque..., so one hesitates to call it that just on the basis of opening and closing chords; "A major" has more specific/other connotations than just how a piece begins and closes - Schissel