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#1258967 - 08/30/09 12:25 PM Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010
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In flagrant imitation of Mary-Rose's Chopin E-cital I would like to organize a similar event in recognition of Schumann's bicentennial June 8 2010. That is 10 months away.

If you are interested in participating let me know and I will post a list of pieces and performers. I have no illusions about being able to cover all of Schumann's music, so I think of this more as a gesture of recognition- so the day does not pass by and Robert is there wondering what happened. Duplicates, extemporizing, re-writing - it's all good.

I"ll bump this thread from time to time to keep you on your toes.


Edited by Schubertian (08/30/09 12:45 PM)
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#1258975 - 08/30/09 12:44 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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I volunteer to perform the Novellette Op.21, No.1. I still have to learn it though!
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#1258977 - 08/30/09 12:46 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: jazzyprof]
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Thanks jp - I'll put you down
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#1259002 - 08/30/09 01:33 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Here is the list so far

3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48
(selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof


Edited by Schubertian (08/30/09 02:02 PM)
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#1259122 - 08/30/09 05:27 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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#1259140 - 08/30/09 05:53 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Vogel als Prophet, Op. 82 No. 7.

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#1259233 - 08/30/09 07:48 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: gerg]
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Here is the list so far

3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48
(selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek
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#1259287 - 08/30/09 09:21 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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OT, but I'm curious about the consensus: was Schumann's best work in his piano output? These works are without a doubt both fantastic and generally accessible but exclude, for example, his Violin Concerto in D-Minor.

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#1259451 - 08/31/09 05:12 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: gerg]
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It would probably be wrong for me not to contribute something to this as much as I love Schumann. I would love to go out and say something outlandish like I'd play op 15 in its entirety, but that's just not going to happen in my lifetime, let alone ten months. smile

I'll take Op 15, No 1 and 2. Much as I think 2, might do me in, I need something to motivate me to fix measures 9-12 at a proper tempo.

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#1259474 - 08/31/09 07:20 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: HomeInMyShoes]
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I'll do "A Curious Story", From Foreign lands and People (A chance to improve on my last performance) and "An Important Event" all from Opus 15.

Woops just looked at Home in My Shoes. I may have picked two of his. Not sure as there are no numbers in my Schumann book. If so then I would take An Important Event from Opus 15 and Chiarina from Opus 9.


Edited by Peyton (08/31/09 07:35 AM)
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#1259492 - 08/31/09 08:33 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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I'll do something light and easy -- "The Happy Farmer"

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#1259498 - 08/31/09 08:55 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: epf]
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Put me down for Der Dichter Spricht from Op. 15. I'd like some impetus to learn more of Op. 15 than just Träumerei. grin
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#1259524 - 08/31/09 10:00 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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If you want Peyton, you can have "A Curious Story" (2) and "From Foreign Lands" (1) from op. 15 and I'll take "Pleading Child" (4). I need to rework my interpretation of it.

Or you and I can put ours together and see what we like better prior to the recital out of 1, 2, 4, and 6?

I'm not really set on this one.

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#1259559 - 08/31/09 11:08 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: HomeInMyShoes]
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I'll add something.Possibly the slow movement from the piano concerto.

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#1259563 - 08/31/09 11:21 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Peyton - HomeInMyShoes signed up for #1 (Foreign lands and people) and #2 (Strange Story) from Kinderszenen Op 15. So then I'll sign you up for Op 15 #6 = "Wichtige Begebenheit" = "Important Occurance"; and Op 9 Carnaval: Chiarina
if that's ok.
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#1259569 - 08/31/09 11:25 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Oh that's not right - I'll just sit back and let Home and Peyton figure this one out
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#1259574 - 08/31/09 11:37 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Here is the list so far -
there is still some uncertainty concerning Kinderdzenen
between Peyton and Home

Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Home in my shoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Home in my shoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Album fur die Jugend Op 60 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
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#1259619 - 08/31/09 12:29 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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:P Haha. The first non adult-beginners e-cital I'm attempting to participate in and I'm making a mess of it.

I emailed Peyton and said he could have 1 and 2. I'll take "Bittendes Kind" (4) and "Am Kamin" (8) instead. I'll have to actually learn "Am Kamin" from scratch. Ten months should be enough time. Hopefully.

In summary:
Peyton: "Von fremden Landern und Menschen", "Kuriose Geshichte", Wichtige Begebenheit" (1,2,6)
HomeInMyShoes: "Bittendes Kind", "Am Kamin" (4,8)

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#1259635 - 08/31/09 12:59 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: HomeInMyShoes]
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Many thanks Aaron. I'll also still take on Chiariana if that's OK.
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#1259840 - 08/31/09 05:43 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.
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#1259850 - 08/31/09 05:56 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Horowitzian]
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What a wonderful idea! I must look into my Schumann CD's and find something I will be possibly able to play on time (considering I still have to do my Mazurka 7/3 for March thumb ), and I hope I will manage to participate too! smile Now I'm completely lost, as I'm not really familiar with his compositions, which is sad and I hope to change that in the near future.


Mateusz


Edited by Mati (08/31/09 05:56 PM)
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#1259863 - 08/31/09 06:19 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Mati]
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Well Mati this should be an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with R.S. - there is so much good stuff there you won't have any trouble finding something you like - pretty soon you will be saying "Frederic who?"

and anyway, it's all still 10 months away - time enough to forget all about it and then scramble the last week to put something together!


Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 60 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce


Edited by Schubertian (08/31/09 06:33 PM)
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#1259885 - 08/31/09 06:40 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Can I do Opus 68 #12 Knecht Ruprecht (Knight Rupert)?

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#1259996 - 08/31/09 10:57 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Sam S]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
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#1260007 - 08/31/09 11:21 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Hi Shubertian, what a grand idea; I could always dust off Wiegenliedchen Op 124 #6 and get it up to speed.
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#1260124 - 09/01/09 06:00 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: ddh]
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I'll do op. 68 N° 14 (Kleine Etüde) smile

Already got the score memorized, just gotta bring it up to speed and make it more musical!
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#1260131 - 09/01/09 06:53 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Bunneh]
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Is there any chance of putting my name down for Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen)? I see from above it's already taken by Peyton, but as Peyton's name is against 4 pieces in total, is that not a bit greedy? grin
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#1260146 - 09/01/09 07:43 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Gerry Armstrong]
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Gerry, in the shuffle I ended up with 4 pieces. I would like to keep #1,2 and Chiariana but will give up #6.


Edited by Peyton (09/01/09 07:44 AM)
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#1260161 - 09/01/09 08:44 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Fair enough as you shouted first, but I still don't think it's very fair that some people have already got their name down against more than one piece when others haven't had a chance to pick one yet.
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#1260165 - 09/01/09 08:53 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Gerry Armstrong]
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Gerry.. don't want you to be miffed. (It's a friendly forum after all...) Please go ahead and take #1 (although Home In My Shoes was the first to pick #1 and #2 so he should have final say). If we can only have one piece then I guess I'll take Chiarina. Are we just limited to one piece?


Edited by Peyton (09/01/09 08:56 AM)
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#1260166 - 09/01/09 08:54 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Gerry Armstrong]
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Technically, Peyton is only up for one piece, Kinderszenen, and even of that he is so modest as to only play excerpts and leave the other parts to someone else wink
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#1260171 - 09/01/09 09:06 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Duplicates, extemporizing, re-writing - it's all good.

I think duplication is fine for this recital if we have people that want to play the same things. It might be a little awkward to have duplications, given some of the talent here, but I don't make the rules smile

I'm not that familiar with a lot of Schumann, and it's been a while since I've tried this, but I've wanted to get "Fast zu ernst" (Kinderszenen no.10) polished up for a while now. Put me down for that? I'll keep looking for others.

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#1260178 - 09/01/09 09:21 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: buck2202]
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Actually I think it would be kind of fun to have different interpretations of the same works.
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#1260214 - 09/01/09 10:27 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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I'm not miffed, honestly. And please don't think I'm picking on you because that was certainly not my intention as I also enjoy the friendly atmosphere in this forum.

I'm just pointing out that if the idea of a recital such as this is to try and get as many people to participate as possible, then surely it would make sense to give everyone some time to declare an interest in taking part and select a piece before others start adding 2nd, 3rd, 4th pieces?

Just my opinion of course, others may disagree which is fair enough.
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#1260217 - 09/01/09 10:29 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Actually I think it would be kind of fun to have different interpretations of the same works.


I'm not sure my efforts will be good enough to count as an "interpretation"!! grin
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#1260228 - 09/01/09 10:49 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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No, no one is limited to one piece, nor is anyone limited in their selection - extemporaneous variations, re-writes, channelling Schumann's spirit on the Astral - it's all good - duplicate entries also ok with me -

I'm hoping for the video of a modernist, interpretive dance from someone (not me) for example -



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong?
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1260234 - 09/01/09 10:59 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Schubertian, I'd be interested in Kinderszenen 15/3 if it's not yet taken. Thanks!

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#1260249 - 09/01/09 11:16 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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No, no one is limited to one piece, nor is anyone limited in their selection - extemporaneous variations, re-writes, channelling Schumann's spirit on the Astral - it's all good - duplicate entries also ok with me -



In that case, please put me down for Op15 No.1.
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#1260250 - 09/01/09 11:17 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Gerry Armstrong]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1260252 - 09/01/09 11:18 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Mati]
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Schubertian, I'd be interested in Kinderszenen 15/3 if it's not yet taken. Thanks!

Mateusz

Looks like we should end up with all of Kinderszenen covered. That will be sweet!


Edited by Peyton (09/01/09 11:19 AM)
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#1260276 - 09/01/09 11:44 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Yes, that is a possibility -

Now there are still 2 unclaimed movements to the piano concerto - ? - anyone?
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#1260545 - 09/01/09 07:21 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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*bump*
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#1260691 - 09/01/09 10:17 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Horowitzian]
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-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.
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#1260696 - 09/01/09 10:23 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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There's no need for you to back out unless something comes up. smile
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#1260708 - 09/01/09 10:37 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Horowitzian]
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Frycek - the Schumannians are beginning to suspect your thoughts are not ideologically pure.
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#1260772 - 09/02/09 12:49 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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Originally Posted By: -Frycek
Originally Posted By: Horowitzian
-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.

Gee, Horowitzian, there really was no need to offer since Frycek hadn't requested a back up.

Please stay, Frycek!
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#1260825 - 09/02/09 03:37 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: jazzyprof]
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Frycek, the Grand Piano World Society of Chopin Lovers hereby grant you the permission to participate in Schumannians recital and issue an order to do so, staying with your Traumerei in line and not giving it to Horowitzian unless *absolutely* necessary. Such a necessity will need to be proven with strong evidence to be accepted. ;-)

But, seriously, Frycek, stay! I want to hear your Schumann smile

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#1260863 - 09/02/09 07:23 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Mati]
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Frycek... don't even THINK of backing out!! smile Horowizian, is there any chance you could contribute Traumeri as well? As Shubertian says "Duplicates, extemporizing, re-writing - it's all good." We can't ever have too much Traumeri!
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#1261000 - 09/02/09 12:08 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Hear the words of the anti-Schumann Frycek: "Someone has to do it", "You can have it an welcome". Is a Struggle Session called for?

Seriously F - you've got 10 months to decide if you want to do this thing or not, and if you do, what you might like to play. We would all be delighted to hear your contribution - as we always are. But it is just for fun you know -
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#1261010 - 09/02/09 12:19 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1261078 - 09/02/09 01:47 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Hi Schubertian,

Can I sign up for Bunte Blätter op 99 #4 (Albumblatt 1) please.

The first short piece that Pletnev plays on this YouTube vid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA2qRErm2mY

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#1261374 - 09/02/09 10:08 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: jazzyprof]
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Originally Posted By: jazzyprof
Originally Posted By: -Frycek
Originally Posted By: Horowitzian
-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.

Gee, Horowitzian, there really was no need to offer since Frycek hadn't requested a back up.

Please stay, Frycek!


I was trying to be nice...but I see it didn't work out. frown I apologize for even posting it.

-Frycek, please do stay. I do not want Träumerei. For those who want to hear it, I plan to share a recording at some point, separate from any ecital. smile
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#1261474 - 09/03/09 12:49 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Horowitzian]
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LaValse - you got it!

Did you know Brahms made a set of variations for the little piece - it is a haunting melody



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi, pianoloverus (alternate ending)
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1261513 - 09/03/09 02:38 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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I really hope someone decides to play the Geistervariationen. They're so beautiful especially when one considers under what conditions they were composed.



Edited by akonow (09/03/09 02:39 AM)
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#1261547 - 09/03/09 04:03 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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LaValse - you got it!

Did you know Brahms made a set of variations for the little piece - it is a haunting melody



Thanks. I read somewhere recently that a couple of people did variatiions on it - remembered Clara Schumann but not Brahms - thanks - I'll look them up...

PS: I'm happy to provide free upload/web space for this (and other) recitals should you need it...
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#1261671 - 09/03/09 10:05 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: LaValse]
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OK, I'll stay, though if anyone has strong feelings about Traeumerie I'll happily relinquish it. I jumped in with it since I'm on a repetoire rehabilition kick and it was a good way to insure I polish that one up.
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#1261695 - 09/03/09 10:38 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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Frycek - this is not a 1=person-one-piece deal - or a 1-piece-1-person thing either - if your rep is in rehab then go for it - consider yourself ideologically rehabilitated as well - by the Committee
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#1261730 - 09/03/09 11:25 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi, pianoloverus (alternate ending)
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1261733 - 09/03/09 11:31 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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Originally Posted By: -Frycek
OK, I'll stay, though if anyone has strong feelings about Traeumerie I'll happily relinquish it. I jumped in with it since I'm on a repetoire rehabilition kick and it was a good way to insure I polish that one up.


smile smile

As I said you are more than welcome to it! I look forward to hearing your interpretation. cool
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#1261842 - 09/03/09 02:07 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Frycek - this is not a 1=person-one-piece deal - or a 1-piece-1-person thing either - if your rep is in rehab then go for it - consider yourself ideologically rehabilitated as well - by the Committee

Everyone can play Träumerei! wink
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#1261910 - 09/03/09 04:01 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: akonow]
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And I'm afraid everyone will.
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#1262013 - 09/03/09 07:25 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]
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Originally Posted By: -Frycek
And I'm afraid everyone will.


Hey...let's have a Traumeri fest!!! laugh
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#1262014 - 09/03/09 07:30 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: akonow]
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To add to my "piggishness..." unless someone else steps up to play it I'll also play op 9 "Chopin"... one of my favorite Shumann pieces. It really needs to be included. However, as much as I love to play it I will gladly pass it on to any that wants it.
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#1262025 - 09/03/09 07:52 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Originally Posted By: -Frycek
And I'm afraid everyone will.


Hey...let's have a Traumeri fest!!! laugh


Traumerifestivus!!!

Sorry, my sense of humour is sad some days.

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#1262054 - 09/03/09 08:50 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: HomeInMyShoes]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi, pianoloverus (alternate ending)
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1262217 - 09/04/09 07:12 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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I like the idea of a piece-fest - it would be really interesting to listen to everybody's different interpretations - especially something polyphonic (poly-voiced?) like Traeumerie or the piece I'm doing - because there is lots of scope for individuality...

PS: I love the way this recital has brought together P and AB forums - nice work Schubertian... smile


Edited by LaValse (09/04/09 08:05 AM)
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#1262650 - 09/04/09 10:01 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: LaValse]
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Kinderszenen is closed out.

I'm thinking about dropping Dichterliebe - it really doesn't work without the interplay of piano and voice - even though the transcription is very good.



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 - argerichfan
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #5 (Glueckes genug) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #9 (Ritter vom Steckenpferd) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #11(Fuerchtenmachen) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian (?)
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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#1262675 - 09/04/09 10:54 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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If we can do more than one, I'd like to add Album fur die Jugend #18, Schnitterliedchen (Song of the Reaper).

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#1262860 - 09/05/09 10:18 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: epf]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 - argerichfan
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #5 (Glueckes genug) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #9 (Ritter vom Steckenpferd) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #11(Fuerchtenmachen) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #19 (Schnitterliedchen) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1335742 - 12/28/09 07:30 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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New Year's Resolution: Record Schumann piece before June
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#1335750 - 12/28/09 07:42 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Sounds like a good resolution. I'll join you!
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#1335836 - 12/28/09 09:46 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: jazzyprof]
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Please include me to play "Warum" from Op 12. June 8 is my birthday - What a treat!

Not even close to conveying Des Abends yet wink

Thank you!

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#1335858 - 12/28/09 10:14 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Inlanding]
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Never mind, found the original thread.

So is Grillen (from Fantasiestücke Op. 12) still open? If so, count me in!

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#1336435 - 12/29/09 04:55 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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May I have OP. 68 No. 16 ?
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#1337067 - 12/30/09 12:57 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Strings & Wood]
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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra, Frozenicicles
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (selections) Akonow
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Gillen) OrangeSodaKing
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Warum) Inlanding/Glen;
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 - argerichfan; (#2) gooddog (a maybe);
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #5 (Glueckes genug) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #9 (Ritter vom Steckenpferd) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #11(Fuerchtenmachen) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv, Carey
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Nachtstuecke - Op 23 #4 Carey;
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian (first 2)
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: 1) Allegro affettuoso - OrangeSodaKing; 2) Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #16 (Knecht Ruprecht) - Carl Mc
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #19 (Schnitterliedchen) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #1 (Einritt) - Canonie
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9( Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #2 (Sehr rasch = Very Fast) - Peyton
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1337472 - 12/30/09 10:22 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Hi Schubertian,
What a wonderful idea. I would like to join you,but I see that Kinderzenen is closed out. frown I will be sure to listen on June 8th.
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#1337554 - 12/30/09 11:51 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: salzdt]
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salzdt - you may double up with other performers, this is not a one piece/one pianist deal - feel free to sign up for anything you want - nothing is closed out
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#1337555 - 12/30/09 11:52 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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this is the feel-good, anything goes, do your own thing e-cital
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#1337670 - 12/31/09 07:21 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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^Is that a change from the original one person per piece? If so, I'd really like to add Op. 15 no. 1 to the nos. 4 and 8 I am already signed up for. I think it would be tragic not to include a piece I've played every day for probably the last half year. Every day it's different and every day I love it.

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#1338322 - 01/01/10 07:24 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Originally Posted By: Schubertian
- so the day does not pass by and Robert is there wondering what happened.


Well, we certainly wouldn't want that to happen, now would we? smile

But where exactly is good old Robert, and is he really in any condition to be "wondering"... just asking laugh

Please mark me down for the ubiquitous Op.68, No.1 since it wouldn't be a complete Schumann celebration without it; it does have a simple but sweet "Melody"; and any piece in C Major with the lower staff under control of a G clef throughout is a piece I can probably handle in the relatively early stages of my fantasy piano career.

Good luck with this - great idea thumb

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#1338367 - 01/01/10 10:00 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: TrapperJohn]
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my fantasy piano career.


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You do that too? laugh
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#1338441 - 01/01/10 12:18 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]
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Thanks Schubertian,
I'll tag along with Peyton and Gerry Armstrong, sing me up for Kinderzenen Op 15-No.1. Happy New Year smile
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#1338444 - 01/01/10 12:23 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: salzdt]
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Is that a change from the original one person per piece?


There never was a rule like that for this e-cital. You may be thinking of the CHopin e-cital - they instituted that rule because they want to present the entire corpus on Chopin's birthday and it would have been impossible given our somewhat limited resources to get all of that accomplished without laying out some guidelines.

I have not done that here because, frankly, I was never expecting the huge turnout.



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra, Frozenicicles
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (selections) Akonow
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Gillen) OrangeSodaKing
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Warum) Inlanding/Glen;
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 - argerichfan; (#2) gooddog (a maybe);
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong, HomeInMyShoes, Salzdt
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #5 (Glueckes genug) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #9 (Ritter vom Steckenpferd) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #11(Fuerchtenmachen) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv, Carey
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Nachtstuecke - Op 23 #4 Carey;
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian (first 2)
Piano Concerto Op 54: 1) Allegro affettuoso - OrangeSodaKing; 2) Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #1 (Melodie) - John Frank
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #16 (Knecht Ruprecht) - Carl Mc
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #19 (Schnitterliedchen) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #1 (Einritt) - Canonie
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9( Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #2 (Sehr rasch = Very Fast) - Someone?
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
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#1338912 - 01/01/10 11:47 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Nice turn out thumb
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#1341218 - 01/05/10 07:58 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Strings & Wood]
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Nice turn out thumb


Impressive, actually.

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#1356988 - 01/24/10 11:13 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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#1357557 - 01/25/10 08:21 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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Originally Posted By: Schubertian

Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #1 (Melodie) - John Frank
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #16 (Knecht Ruprecht) - Carl Mc
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #19 (Schnitterliedchen) - epf


Looks like a mistake in Op 68.
Op 68 #16 is First Sorrow (Erster Verlust)

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#1408879 - 04/01/10 07:23 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Sam S]
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Yes, it is APril Fool's Day - you fools - but this is no joke
2 months to the Schumann Birthday ecital


For anyone new to this - this recital is a little less restrictive
than the Chopin recital - it's a do-your-own-thing recital - I don't
care if there are duplicates, or if one person plays more than one piece -
'it's all good' as we dzogchenpa's say - I don't even care if you record
somebody else and try to pass it off as Schumann - if it feels RIGHT to
you DO IT!

The Chopin recital had certain restrictions because the organizers are
trying to get recordings of all of CHopin, and duplicates just sort of
mess that scheme up -

But Schumann was such a mess himself that he would probably prefer
things this way - more for a multiple personality hallucinogenic hippy
kind of ecital -

and the way it works is you select a piece or two you like, sign up here, work it up
until you can stand to record it - - - then on a special day close
to the recital an announcement will go out unto all lands on this board to send in
your stuff, with some notes about the recording process, and the
edition etc - - and the software elves will put it all up on line while
you sleep - asking only your first born as payment


Here's the list as I believe it to be currently

Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra, Frozenicicles
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Allegro in b Op 8 - Daniel Johnson
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Carnaval Op 9: Chopin - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (selections) Akonow
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Aufschwung) Daniel Johnson
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Fabel) Daniel Johnson
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Gillen) OrangeSodaKing
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Traumes-Wirren) Daniel Johnson
Fantasiestuecke Op. 12 - (Warum) Inlanding/Glen;
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 - argerichfan; (#2) gooddog (a maybe);
Symphonic Etudes Op 13 -(Posthumous) VIca
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong, HomeInMyShoes, Salzdt
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #5 (Glueckes genug) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - et. al
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #9 (Ritter vom Steckenpferd) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #11(Fuerchtenmachen) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabesque, Op. 18 - Heidiv, Carey, Sarah Elizabeth
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Nachtstuecke - Op 23 #4 Carey;
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian (first 2)
Piano Concerto Op 54: 2) Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #1 (Melodie) - John Frank
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #16 (Erster Verlust) - Carl Mc
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #19 (Schnitterliedchen) - epf
Waldszenen Op 82 #1 (Einritt) - Canonie
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9( Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #2 (Sehr rasch = Very Fast) - Someone?
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh
Gesaenge der Fruehe Op 135 (#3,4,5)- SlatterFan

Etudes after Beethoven WoO 31 - Daniel Johnson


Edited by Schubertian (04/01/10 08:42 PM)
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#1408939 - 04/01/10 08:45 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]
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I am pretty much on schedule with mine and should probably think about getting it recorded... in which case I might re-state the first.
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