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Schumann Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces) Op 12 no. 1-3 "Des Abends
Schumann Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces) Op 12 no. 1-3 "Des Abends Like Victor Goldberg's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/VictorGoldbergPianist More recordings and Join the Mailing List: www.reverbnation.com/VictorGoldberg Learn about and support Victor Goldberg's charitable causes: www.KeyViveArts.org Book Victor Goldberg for concerts and masterclasses with NED Classical Enterprises: president@NEDClassical.com Personal inquiries: victor@victorgoldberg.com Schumann Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces) Op. 12 Des Abends, Aufschwung, Warum? (In the Evening, Soaring, Why?) VICTOR GOLDBERG Pianist Guest Artist Series, Tel Aviv University
Robert Schumann Fantasiestucke Op. 12 In Der Nacht
Robert Schumann Fantasiestucke Op. 12 In Der Nacht www.wnukowski.com. Daniel Wnukowski, piano. 19th Century Paintings... John Turner - The Parting of Hero and Leander Aivazovsky - The Wrath of the Seas Johann Dahl - Peace at Sunset Johann Dahl - Dresden in Moonlight Eugene Delacroix - Champrosay Landscape Caspar David Friedrich - Seashore by Moonlight Peter Paul Rubens - Hero and Leander Jean AD Ingres - Ruggiero Rescuing Angelica Eugene Delacroix - The Death of Ophelia Eugene Delacroix - Christ on the Lake of Gennezaret Johann Dahl - Eruption of Vesuvius Robert Schumann's piano music was directly influenced by the prevailing artwork, literature and poetry of the day. The best way to learn piano music of the 19th century, and the best piano teacher is to study these masterpieces alongside regular piano practice. Many of the paintings above were painted after Schumann's Fantasy pieces were actually written (1837) but can still serve as a direct inspiration to understanding his work. "In Der Nacht" by Schumann is the 5th piece of the Fantasiestücke cycle and tells the passionate story of Hero and Leander. Although admittedly Schumann discovered this literary connection after having written the work. Enjoy this recording!
Robert Schumann Fantasiestucke Op. 12 Fabel
Robert Schumann Fantasiestucke Op. 12 Fabel www.wnukowski.com. Daniel Wnukowski, pianist. 19th Century Paintings... Joseph Anton Koch - Arc of the Covenant Edward Veith - Fountain of Youth Ludwig Adrian Richter - Evening Worship Ricardo Falero - Muse of the Night Eugene Delacroix - Frightened Horse Johann Heinrich Füssli - The Nightmare Tidemand and Gude - Brudeferd i Hardanger Ludwig Adrian Richter - St. Anne Church Andreas Achenbach - Watermill in Westphalia Robert Schumann's piano music was directly influenced by the prevailing artwork, literature and poetry of the day. The best way to learn piano music of the 19th century, and the best piano teacher is to study these masterpieces alongside regular piano practice. Many of the paintings above were painted after Schumann's Fantasy pieces were actually written (1837) but can still serve as a direct inspiration to understanding his work. "Fable" by Schumann is 6th piece of the Fantasiestücke cycle and vacillates between the playful, whimsical nature of Florestan and the heavenly, calm nature of Eusebius. Enjoy this recording!
Cello Journey #24, Schumann Fantasiestucke No.1
Cello Journey #24, Schumann Fantasiestucke No.1 Cello Journey CD: cdbaby.com Cello Journey DVD: cdbaby.com Visit the website: cellojourney.com In this episode we play the first of three Fantasiestucke (Fantasy Pieces) by Robert Schumann. This piece was originally written for clarinet and piano but I think it sounds good on the cello. Schumann often wrote sets of miniatures that each have their own mood. In this one there is some tension between triplets (three notes per beat) in the piano and duplets (two notes per beat) in melodies in both the cello and piano. This adds unrest to this emotional and romantic piece. We hope you enjoy it.
Andor Földes plays Schumann "Aufschwung", op.12 no.2
Andor Földes plays Schumann "Aufschwung", op.12 no.2 Schumann's Fantasiestücke, op.12, are eight pieces for piano, written in 1837. Schumann titled the work inspired by the 1814 collection of novellas "Fantasiestücke in Callots Manier" by his favourite author, ETA Hoffmann (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, 1776 - 1822, German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist; he is the subject and hero of Jacques Offenbach's famous opera "The Tales of Hoffmann"; the author of the novelette "The Nutcracker" and the Mouse King, on which the famous ballet The Nutcracker is based). Op.12 is dedicated to Fräulein Anna Robena Laidlaw (1819 - 1901), an accomplished and attractive 18-year old Scottish pianist with whom Schumann had carried on a brief flirtation. Schumann composed the pieces with the characters Florestan and Eusebius in mind, representing the duality of his personality. Eusebius depicts the dreamer in Schumann while Florestan represents his passionate side. These two characters parlay with one another throughout the collection. Schumann conceived of "Aufschwung" as a depiction of the character Florestan indulging in his desires. ~ "Biography / Obituary" from NY Times on February 19, 1992: Andor Foldes, a Hungarian-born American pianist who was closely associated with the music of Bela Bartok and who was also a respected interpreter of the Viennese Classical composers, died at his home in Herrliberg, Switzerland, on Feb. 9. He was 78 years old. He died after falling ...
Schumanns Fantasiestücke - Aufschwung by George Li (13 yr)
Schumanns Fantasiestücke - Aufschwung by George Li (13 yr) George Li, age 13, performs Mendelssohn's "Spinning Song," Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14, the "Moonlight," and Liszt's "La Campanella," video recorded in a live performance at WGBH in October 2008 Streams.wgbh.org George has successfully performed 4 concerts with Boston Phil in October, all received instantaneous stormy standing ovation. The last two concerts were sold out. Music reviews are enclosed below: www.telegram.com www.telegram.com classical-scene.com Chinese: www.sinovision.net www.telegram.com George was recently interviewed and performed live on WGBH (NPR). He performed Mendelssohn's Spinning Song, Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata and Liszt's La Companella at his best level. You can listen at this link: streams.wgbh.org -------------------------------------- George Li performs Schumanns Fantasiestuke - Aufschwung
Aufschwung - Robert Schumann
Aufschwung - Robert Schumann Kim Schmill stunningly performs the classical piece "Aufschwung" from Robert Schumann's Fantasiestücke, Op. 12. It is the second piece of eight, and it is in the key of F minor. Kim is performing this at the starred first concert here, and state was two days after. She got a first of course! YAY KIM!
Clara Schumann's famous soirée
Clara Schumann's famous soirée Concert at The Art Workers Guild, London, 26 October 2011 to celebrate Clara Schumann's soirée where Brahms performed his clarinet sonatas with Mühlfeld Terry Trickett (clarinet) Peter Croser (piano) for more information on Trickett Concerts - sites.google.com PROGRAMME Clara Schumann (1819 -- 1896), Romanze, Op.22, No 2. (originally for Violin and Piano) Allegretto Mit zarten Vortrage Johannes Brahms (1835 -- 1897), Sonata in Eb for Clarinet and Piano, Op.120, No 2. Allegro amabile -- Appassionato, ma non troppo Allegro -- Andante con moto Robert Schumann (1810 -- 1856), Fantasiestücke for Clarinet and Piano, Op.73. Zart und mit Ausdruck -- Lebhaft, leicht -- Rasch und mit Feuer Johannes Brahms, Sonata in F minor for Clarinet and Piano, Op.120, No 1. Allegro appassionato -- Andante un poco Adagio -- Allegretto grazioso -- Vivace During Clara Schumann's soirée, held on 13 November, 1894, Brahms confided in her that he no longer wrote for the public, but only for himself. This was no surprise to Clara because she already knew that Brahms's precursors to his late 'Autumnal' works for clarinet, his twenty piano pieces, opus 116 -119, were predominantly reflective, introspective and deeply personal. Clara and Brahms were joined at the soirée by Richard Mühlfeld, whose clarinet playing was the immediate inspiration for the composer's four late works for clarinet - the Quintet, Trio and two Sonatas. Brahms had first met the clarinettist at an arts festival in Meiningen, where ...
Emma Gingold performs "Aufschwung" from Schumann's Fantasiestück
Emma Gingold performs "Aufschwung" from Schumann's Fantasiestück Studio recital in Kresge Recital Hall, Knox College, May 27, 2010.
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