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Schumann* - Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jun 11,  · Jörg Demus plays Schumann Davidsbündlertänze, Op.6 (1/3) - Duration: newFFL7 96, views. Brazilian pianist, Eliane Rodrigues, LITERALLY taking the .
  2. 9 rows · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Perahia* – /5(8).
  3. On this twofer, Pollini explores other ardent pieces by Schumann for solo piano such as Davidsbündlertänze op.6, or Kreisleriana op.8, or Concert sans orchestra op, or Gesänge der Frühe op Every single work requires its own mood to be conveyed and the Italian master knows how to do this in each case/5(5).
  4. Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze & Humoreske. RCA: Buy CD or download online. Jean-Marc Luisada.
  5. Murray Perahia pairs two wonderful Robert Schumann solo piano suites in this release, both dating from He begins with the Davidsbundlertanze (‘Dances of the League of David’), a well-loved suite about half an hour in length, and concludes with one of Schumann’s best-known efforts, the Fantasiestucke (‘Fantasy pieces’) Op. 12, less integrated than the Davidsbundlertanze but as /5(7).
  6. Jul 15,  · Schumann Op. 6 Davidsbündlertanze for piano Robert Schumann ( - ) Lebhaft (sol maggiore) Innig (si minore) Mit humor. Etwas hahnbuchen. Sc.
  7. Davidsbündlertänze, Opus 6 Robert Schumann's Davidsbündlertänze was composed in and conceived on a number of levels. The work is a representation of the Davidsbünd, Schumann's imaginary and spiritual brotherhood of artists who combat the shallow nature of the contemporary culture.
  8. Oct 04,  · Murray Perahia pairs two wonderful Robert Schumann solo piano suites in this release, both dating from He begins with the Davidsbundlertanze (‘Dances of the League of David’), a well-loved suite about half an hour in length, and concludes with one of Schumann’s best-known efforts, the Fantasiestucke (‘Fantasy pieces’) Op. 12, less integrated than the Davidsbundlertanze but as /5(7).

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