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Schumann, Cristina Ortiz - Carnaval, Papillons, Kinderscenen album mp3

Schumann, Cristina Ortiz - Carnaval, Papillons, Kinderscenen album mp3
Carnaval, Papillons, Kinderscenen
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Label: MCA Classics ‎– MCAC-25234 Series: Crimson Series – Type: Cassette, Album Country: US Date of released: 1988 Category: Classical Style: Romantic. 1324 downloads at 42 mb/s. 1825 downloads at 37 mb/s.

15: Of Foreign Lands and People, Kinderszenen, Op. 15: A Strange Story and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. Robert Schumann; Jenő Jandó. Overview (current section).

Carnaval, Op. 9, is a work by Robert Schumann for piano solo, written in 1834–1835 and subtitled Scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (Little Scenes on Four Notes). It consists of 20 short pieces representing masked revelers at Carnival, a festival before Lent. Schumann gives musical expression to himself, his friends and colleagues, and characters from improvised Italian comedy (commedia dell'arte). He dedicated the work to the violinist Karol Lipiński.

3. No. 3. Robert Schumann.

Kinderscenen, O. 5 (Part 1). B1. Kinderscenen, O. 5 (Part 2). B2. Faschingsschwank Aus Wein: Fantasiebilder (Carnaval De Vienne), O. 6. Composed By – Robert Schumann.

The Carnaval is one of Schumann’s best-known works for solo piano. It is a set of short character pieces brought together under a common theme indicated by the piece’s tile, Carnaval. Schumann’s title does not refer to the modern carnival, however, but rather to a European-style grand ball. In his mind, Schumann imagined the people, situations, moods and dances that one might encounter at such a festival and, from those impressions, created the individual movements of the Carnaval.

9: I. Préambule, Carnaval, Op. 9: II. Pierrot and more). Schumann; Nelson Freire.


Papillons, Op. 2 15:09
A1 1. Introduzione, Moderato
A2 2. Prestissimo
A3 3. (Pesante)
A4 4. Presto
A5 5. (Tranquillo, Amabile)
A6 6. (Energico)
A7 7. Semplice
A8 8. (Vivo)
A9 9. Prestissimo
A10 10. Vivo-Piu Lente
A11 11. (Alla Polacca)
A12 12. Finale (Gajo)
Kinderscenen, Op. 15 17:54
A13 1. Of Foreign Lands And People
A14 2. Strange Story
A15 3. Blind Man's Bluff
A16 4. Entreating Child
A17 5. Perfect Happiness
A18 6. Important Event
A19 7. Reveries
A20 8. At The Fireside
A21 9. Ride A Cock-horse
A22 10. Almost Too Serious
A23 11. Bogeyman's Coming
A24 12. Baby Going To Sleep
A25 13. The Poet Speaks
Carnaval, Op. 9
B1 1. Préambule
B2 2. Pierrot
B3 3. Arlequin
B4 4. Valse Noble
B5 5. Eusebius
B6 6. Florestan
B7 7. Coquette
B8 8. Réplique
B9 9. Sphinxes
B10 10. Papillons
B11 11. A.S.C.H. - S.C.H.A. Lettres Dansantes
B12 12. Chiarina
B13 13. Chopin
B14 14. Estrella
B15 15. Reconnaissance
B16 16. Pantalon Et Colombine
B17 17. Valse Allemande
B18 18. Paganini
B19 19. Aveu
B20 20. Promenade
B21 21. Pause
B22 22. Marche Des Davidsbündler Contre Les Philistins


  • Composed By – Robert Schumann
  • Cover [Art] – Vito Fiorenza
  • Engineer – Tryg Tryggvason*
  • Liner Notes – Leonard Burkat
  • Piano – Cristina Ortiz
  • Producer – John Boyden Associates

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