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#2311534 - 08/05/14 03:19 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: 8 Octaves]
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I would like to play Op. 68 no. 18 and had marked it on a longer "cut-and-paste" that I'm now editing out.


Edited by ClsscLib (08/06/14 08:46 AM)
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#2311539 - 08/05/14 03:32 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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I've only done one of these and forgot anything I learned from it. When we say the recital date is 3/15, is that the last date or the first date for submitting recordings?
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#2311544 - 08/05/14 03:42 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: ClsscLib]
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Originally Posted By: ClsscLib
I've only done one of these and forgot anything I learned from it. When we say the recital date is 3/15, is that the last date or the first date for submitting recordings?


March 15 is the deadline for all submissions. I will be asking for submissions probably a couple of weeks prior to that. I will probably be presenting the music in Opus order, but at this point I don't know which day Op 68, for example, would be posted. I have never used the software, so it could be that everything has to go all at once too - I'm learning as I go smile .

So to be on the safe side, plan to have your recording done by early March, and submit the recording when a thread is opened up with details on how to do that.
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#2311545 - 08/05/14 03:44 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: ClsscLib]
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(Edited for clarity)

I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

So... That's Opus 99 No.2, first (Piuttosto lento) and possibly second (presto) section.


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#2311546 - 08/05/14 03:44 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: ClsscLib]
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#2311548 - 08/05/14 03:47 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Peyton]
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I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.



I put you down just for the first movement, and if no one selects the 2nd one you can take that one as well when we open it for multiple selections.
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#2311555 - 08/05/14 03:54 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: ClsscLib]
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Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor- SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven
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#2311558 - 08/05/14 03:57 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: ClsscLib
I've only done one of these and forgot anything I learned from it. When we say the recital date is 3/15, is that the last date or the first date for submitting recordings?


March 15 is the deadline for all submissions. I will be asking for submissions probably a couple of weeks prior to that. I will probably be presenting the music in Opus order, but at this point I don't know which day Op 68, for example, would be posted. I have never used the software, so it could be that everything has to go all at once too - I'm learning as I go smile .

So to be on the safe side, plan to have your recording done by early March, and submit the recording when a thread is opened up with details on how to do that.


Thanks, Morodiene! And thanks for organizing this e-cital.
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#2311560 - 08/05/14 04:00 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Edited by Morodiene (08/05/14 06:55 PM)
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#2311568 - 08/05/14 04:15 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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To sign up, hit the quote button of the most recent list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and put your new selection & name in bold.

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
- Novellete - Pathbreaker
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven [/quote]


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#2311569 - 08/05/14 04:16 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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@Pathbreaker, I am afraid that you forgot to add your own submission. Or is it the Novellette?
edit: I see it is, you might want to add your name to it.
A big thank you from me as well Morodiene for organizing this recital (and picking this theme!).


Edited by wimpiano (08/05/14 04:18 PM)
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#2311570 - 08/05/14 04:17 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Peyton]
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Originally Posted By: Peyton
I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

I'll join you in the set but I'm not actually sure how the parts are split up. I chose the Novellete but would be happy to do a different part if that falls within part 2. It looks like part three to me? confused

Thanks, I just fixed it.


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#2311573 - 08/05/14 04:22 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Edit to clean


Edited by Ataru074 (08/05/14 11:20 PM)
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#2311576 - 08/05/14 04:24 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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@Ataru, Pathbreakers entry went missing in your post.
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#2311577 - 08/05/14 04:25 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Pathbreaker]
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Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Peyton
I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

I'll join you in the set but I'm not actually sure how the parts are split up. I chose the Novellete but would be happy to do a different part if that falls within part 2. It looks like part three to me? confused

Thanks, I just fixed it.
I think the Novelette is split into different movements, and I really wanted to do No.1 when we get around to choosing our 2nd pieces. Can you just select one movement for now (and it's OK, if it happens to be 21/1 :D) and we can see what's available later?

As for the Bunte, however you want to split it up is fine, I know some of them aren't really easily divided.
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#2311578 - 08/05/14 04:31 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Peyton
I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

I'll join you in the set but I'm not actually sure how the parts are split up. I chose the Novellete but would be happy to do a different part if that falls within part 2. It looks like part three to me? confused

Thanks, I just fixed it.
I think the Novelette is split into different movements, and I really wanted to do No.1 when we get around to choosing our 2nd pieces. Can you just select one movement for now (and it's OK, if it happens to be 21/1 :D) and we can see what's available later?

As for the Bunte, however you want to split it up is fine, I know some of them aren't really easily divided.


You are in the clear because I mean the Novellete in the Op. 99 not the Op. 21. Do I have that right or am I just getting it confused? It's the part in the Bunte Blatter right in the middle before the prelude. (yikes that sounds confusing)

Edit: Here it is -

Quote:
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.99
Movements/Sections 14 pieces:

Stücklein
Stücklein
Stücklein
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Novellete
Präludium
Marsch
Abendmusik
Scherzo
Geschwindmarsch

Year/Date of Composition 1836-49


Edited by Pathbreaker (08/05/14 04:34 PM)

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#2311594 - 08/05/14 05:21 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Pathbreaker]
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Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Peyton
I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

I'll join you in the set but I'm not actually sure how the parts are split up. I chose the Novellete but would be happy to do a different part if that falls within part 2. It looks like part three to me? confused

Thanks, I just fixed it.
I think the Novelette is split into different movements, and I really wanted to do No.1 when we get around to choosing our 2nd pieces. Can you just select one movement for now (and it's OK, if it happens to be 21/1 :D) and we can see what's available later?

As for the Bunte, however you want to split it up is fine, I know some of them aren't really easily divided.


You are in the clear because I mean the Novellete in the Op. 99 not the Op. 21. Do I have that right or am I just getting it confused? It's the part in the Bunte Blatter right in the middle before the prelude. (yikes that sounds confusing)

Edit: Here it is -

Quote:
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.99
Movements/Sections 14 pieces:

Stücklein
Stücklein
Stücklein
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Novellete
Präludium
Marsch
Abendmusik
Scherzo
Geschwindmarsch

Year/Date of Composition 1836-49


What I'm looking at in my Schumann book is Opus 99 #2. Also known as "Album Leaves". It looks to have five sections.
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#2311599 - 08/05/14 05:32 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Ataru074]
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Edited by TX-Bluebonnet (08/05/14 06:38 PM)
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#2311604 - 08/05/14 06:02 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: TX-Bluebonnet]
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To sign up, hit the quote button of the most recent list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and put your new selection & name in bold.

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major - TX-Bluebonnet
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major - JimF
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
- No. 1 Eintritt Ataru074
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven
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#2311606 - 08/05/14 06:06 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Peyton]
Pathbreaker Offline
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Registered: 09/18/04
Posts: 1188
Loc: Massachusetts
Originally Posted By: Peyton
Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Pathbreaker
Originally Posted By: Peyton
I'll do the first and maybe the second part of the Bunte Blatter unless someone else wants to take on the whole thing. All five parts are way too much for me.

I'll join you in the set but I'm not actually sure how the parts are split up. I chose the Novellete but would be happy to do a different part if that falls within part 2. It looks like part three to me? confused

Thanks, I just fixed it.
I think the Novelette is split into different movements, and I really wanted to do No.1 when we get around to choosing our 2nd pieces. Can you just select one movement for now (and it's OK, if it happens to be 21/1 :D) and we can see what's available later?

As for the Bunte, however you want to split it up is fine, I know some of them aren't really easily divided.


You are in the clear because I mean the Novellete in the Op. 99 not the Op. 21. Do I have that right or am I just getting it confused? It's the part in the Bunte Blatter right in the middle before the prelude. (yikes that sounds confusing)

Edit: Here it is -

Quote:
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.99
Movements/Sections 14 pieces:

Stücklein
Stücklein
Stücklein
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Albumblätter
Novellete
Präludium
Marsch
Abendmusik
Scherzo
Geschwindmarsch

Year/Date of Composition 1836-49


What I'm looking at in my Schumann book is Opus 99 #2. Also known as "Album Leaves". It looks to have five sections.


Ok I think I get it now. I do see a second section titled Albumblätter and there are 5. So from what I can tell you actually want the Op. 99 Albumblätter no. 1 (Ziemlich langsam).

This would be the second section so the entry might need an update if that is the case. The Novellete follows the set of Albumblätter. As best I can tell, it stands by itself.

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#2311607 - 08/05/14 06:08 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: TX-Bluebonnet]
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Registered: 03/21/13
Posts: 2129
Loc: Australia
To sign up, hit the quote button of the most recent list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and put your new selection & name in bold.

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major - TX-Bluebonnet
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor - earlofmar
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
- No. 1 Eintritt Ataru074
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven


Edited by earlofmar (08/05/14 06:10 PM)
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#2311610 - 08/05/14 06:13 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: earlofmar]
Pathbreaker Offline
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Registered: 09/18/04
Posts: 1188
Loc: Massachusetts
To sign up, hit the quote button of the most recent list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and put your new selection & name in bold.

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major - TX-Bluebonnet
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor - earlofmar
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
- No. 1 Eintritt Ataru074
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
- No. 9(?) Novellete - Pathbreaker
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven

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#2311613 - 08/05/14 06:17 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Pathbreaker]
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Hope it helps!


Edited by malkin (08/05/14 06:32 PM)
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#2311618 - 08/05/14 06:31 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: malkin]
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(Note the change) To sign up, post in this thread which piece you want that hasn't already been claimed, and I will add you. This will hopefully make this thread a bit easier to navigate.

Note: I have tried to separate out multi-movement works where possible, so you could sign up for just one movement in a sonata. However, due to the large volume of music we have, if you wish to sign up for an entire Opus you may, as long as another person doesn't want to do a movement from that Opus.

Op. 1, Variations on the name "Abegg"
Op. 2, Papillons
Op. 3, Etudes After Paganini Caprices
Op. 4, Intermezzi
Op. 5, Impromptus [on a Theme by Clara Wieck]
Op. 6, Davidsbündlertänze
- 1. Lebhaft (Vivace), G major, Florestan and Eusebius;
- 2. Innig (Con intimo sentimento), B minor, Eusebius;
- 3. Etwas hahnbüchen (Un poco impetuoso)
- 4. Ungeduldig (Con impazienza), B minor, Florestan;
- 5. Einfach (Semplice), D major, Eusebius;
- 6. Sehr rasch und in sich hinein (Molto vivo, con intimo fervore)
- 7. Nicht schnell mit äußerst starker Empfindung
- 8. Frisch (Con freschezza), C minor, Florestan;
- 9. Lebhaft (Vivace) (2nd edition), C major, Florestan;
- 10. Balladenmäßig sehr rasch (Alla ballata molto vivo)
- 11. Einfach (Semplice), B minor-D major, Eusebius;
- 12. Mit Humor (Con umore), B minor-E minor and major, Florestan;
- 13. Wild und lustig (Selvaggio e gaio), B minor and major
- 14. Zart und singend (Dolce e cantando), E-flat major, Eusebius;
- 15. Frisch (Con freschezza), B-flat major - Etwas bewegter (poco piu mosso),
- 16. Mit gutem Humor (Con buon umore) G major
- 17. Wie aus der Ferne (Come da lontano), B major and minor
- 18. Nicht schnell (Non presto), C major, Eusebius.

Op. 7, Toccata in C major
Op. 8, Allegro in B minor
Op. 9, Carnaval
-1. Préambule (A-flat; Quasi maestoso)
-2. Pierrot (E-flat; Moderato)
-3. Arlequin (B-flat; Vivo)
-4. Valse noble (B-flat; Un poco maestoso) - timmyab
-5. Eusebius (E-flat; Adagio)
-6. Florestan (G minor; Passionato)
-7. Coquette (B-flat; Vivo)
-8. Réplique (B-flat-G minor; L'istesso tempo)
--. Sphinxes
-9. Papillons (B-flat: Prestissimo)
-10. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A: Lettres Dansantes (E-flat; Presto)
-11. Chiarina (C minor; Passionato)
-12. Chopin (A-flat; Agitato)
-13. Estrella (F minor; Con affetto)
-14. Reconnaissance (A-flat; Animato)
-15. Pantalon et Colombine (F minor; Presto)
-16. Valse allemande (A-flat; Molto vivace)
--. Intermezzo: Paganini (F minor; Presto)
-17. Aveu (F minor-A flat; Passionato)
-18. Promenade (D-flat; Con moto)
-19. Pause (A-flat; Vivo)
-20. Marche des "Davidsbündler" contre les Philistins

Op. 10, 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini
Op. 11, Grand Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Op. 12, Fantasiestücke (Fantasy Pieces)
- 1. Des Abends (D-flat major) - zrtf90
- 2. Aufschwung (F minor) - CAREY

- 3. Warum? (D-flat major)
- 4. Grillen (D-flat major)
- 5. In der Nacht (F minor)
- 6. Fabel (C major)
- 7. Traumes Wirren (F major)
- 8. Ende vom Lied (F major)

Op. 13, Symphonic Studies (Études symphoniques)
Op. 14, Grand Sonata No. 3 in F minor, Concerto Without Orchestra
Op. 15, Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood)
- 1. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen - sinophilia
-7 Traumerei (Dreaming) -dynamobt
-13 Der Dichter Spricht (The Poet Speaks) casinitaly

Op. 16, Kreisleriana
Op. 17, Fantasie in C
Op. 18, Arabeske in C - Pover
Op. 19, Blumenstück (Flower Piece) in D-flat
Op. 20, Humoreske in B-flat
Op. 21, Novelletten (Novelettes)
-No. 1 in F major
-No. 2 in D major
-No. 3 in D major
-No. 4 in D major
-No. 5 in D major
-No. 6 in A major
-No. 7 in E major
-No. 8 in F sharp minor

Op. 22, Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor
Op. 23, Nachtstücke (Night Pieces)
- 1. Trauerzug (Funeral Procession)
- 2. Kuriose Gesellschaft (Queer Assembly)
- 3. Nächtliches Gelage (Nocturnal Revel) - Morodiene
- 4. Rundgesang mit Solostimmen (Roundelay with Solo Voices)

Op. 26, Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnival Jest from Vienna)
Op. 28, Three Romances
Op. 32, 4 Klavierstücke (Scherzo, Gigue, Romance and Fughette)
Op. 68, Album for the Young (Album für die Jugend)
- 1. Melodie (Melody), C major - TX-Bluebonnet
- 2. Soldatenmarsch (Soldiers' march), G major
- 3. Trällerliedchen (Humming song), C major
- 4. Ein Choral (Chorale), G major
- 5. Stückchen (A little piece), C major
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor
- 7. Jägerliedchen (Hunting song), F major
- 8. Wilder Reiter (The wild rider), A minor
- 9. Volksliedchen (Folk song), D minor
- 10. Fröhlicher Landmann, von der Arbeit zurückkehrend
- 11. Sizilianisch (Sicilienne), A minor
- 12. Knecht Ruprecht, A minor - SwissMS
- 13. Mai, lieber Mai (May, sweet May), E major
- 14. Kleine Studie (Little etude), G major - wimpiano
- 15. Frühlingsgesang (Spring song), E major
- 16. Erster Verlust (First loss), E minor - 8 Octaves
- 17. Kleiner Morgenwanderer (Little morning wanderer), A major
- 18. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper's song), C major -- ClsscLib
- 19. Kleine Romanze (Little romance), A minor - earlofmar
- 20. Ländliches Lied (Rustic song), A major
- 21. (untitled), C major
- 22. Rundgesang (Roundelay), A major
- 23. Reiterstück (The horseman), D minor malkin
- 24. Ernteliedchen (Harvest song), A major
- 25. Nachklänge aus dem Theater (Echoes from the theatre), A minor
- 26. * * * (untitled), F major
- 27. Kanonisches Liedchen (A little canon), A minor
- 28. Erinnerung (4 November 1847) (Remembrance), A major
- 29. Fremder Mann (The stranger), D minor
- 30. * * * (untitled), F major
- 31. Kriegslied (Song of war), D major
- 32. Sheherazade, A minor
- 33. Weinlesezeit – fröhliche Zeit! (Gathering of the grapes), E major
- 34. Thema (Theme), C major
- 35. Mignon, E-flat major- JimF
- 36. Lied italienischer Marinari (Italian mariners' song), G minor
- 37. Matrosenlied (Sailors' Song), G minor - Recaredo
- 38. Winterzeit I (Wintertime I), C minor
- 39. Winterzeit II (Wintertime II), C minor/C major
- 40. Kleine Fuge (Little fugue), A major
- 41. Nordisches Lied (Northern Song – Salute to G.), F major
- 42. Figurierter Choral (Figured chorale), F major
- 43. Sylvesterlied (New Year's Eve), A major

Op. 72, Four Fugues (Vier Fugen)
Op. 76, Four Marches (Vier Märsche)
Op. 82, Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
- No. 1 Eintritt Ataru074
Op. 99, Bunte Blätter
- No. 1 Peyton
- No. 9(?) Novellete - Pathbreaker
Op. 111, Three Fantasiestücke
Op. 118, Drei Sonaten für die Jugend (Three Piano Sonatas for the Young)
Op. 124, Album Leaves (Albumblätter)
Op. 126, Seven Piano Pieces in Fughetta Form
Op. 133, Songs of Dawn (Gesänge der Frühe)
- 1: Im ruhigen Tempo - Outo
WoO 24, Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme (Geistervariationen)
WoO 31, Studies in the Form of Free Variations on a Theme by Beethoven


Edited by Morodiene (08/05/14 06:51 PM)
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#2311620 - 08/05/14 06:33 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Pathbreaker: my bad! Schumann certainly isn't making it easy on us, is he?
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#2311629 - 08/05/14 06:44 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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I think JimF's name was accidentally dropped from 68/35 Mignon?

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#2311632 - 08/05/14 06:52 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Valencia]
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Originally Posted By: Valencia
I think JimF's name was accidentally dropped from 68/35 Mignon?
Good catch, I've updated it now.
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#2311642 - 08/05/14 07:09 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Morodiene, please pencil (ha-ha) me in for:

Op. 68
- 6. Armes Waisenkind (The poor orphan), A minor


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#2311647 - 08/05/14 07:15 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Morodiene]
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Why are you separating out sections from some works and not others?

Also, the repeated posting of the list is making the thread VERY long and difficult to navigate. Might I suggest posting one list and editing it until the edit period has expired? That's what I did, and it makes things a lot easier.
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#2311663 - 08/05/14 07:50 PM Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread [Re: Polyphonist]
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Originally Posted By: Polyphonist
Why are you separating out sections from some works and not others?
I just didn't have time to list every section, but they should be separated. I could not find a complete list with all the movements listed, so I just did the ones that I could. Feel free to sign up for any individual movements.

Quote:
Also, the repeated posting of the list is making the thread VERY long and difficult to navigate. Might I suggest posting one list and editing it until the edit period has expired? That's what I did, and it makes things a lot easier.
I will try. I was trying to avoid the issue of not being able to edit.
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