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Charles Rosen - Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze / Carnaval flac album

Charles Rosen - Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze / Carnaval flac album Performer: Charles Rosen
Title: Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze / Carnaval
Style: Romantic
Released: 1963
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1289 mb
FLAC album: 1239 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: VOC AUD AU MMF APE MP2 ASF
Genre: Classical

18. Davidsbundlertanze Op. 6 - Livre 2: 9. Nicht Schnell. 19. Carnaval Op. 9: 1. Preambulo. Quasi maestoso - più moto - animato - vivo - presto. 20. 9: 2. Pierrot. 21. 9: 3. Arlequin. 22. 9: 4. Vals noble. 23. 9: 5. Eusebius.

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

Last played Wednesday, April 03 2019 at 10:45 AM. Robert Schumann. Davidsbundlertanze, Op. 6: Book I. Charles Rosen, piano. Album: Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze Carnaval Rosen. Album: The Music of Elliott Carter Volume Five.

Davidsbündlertänze (Dances of the League of David), Op. 6, is a group of eighteen pieces for piano composed in 1837 by Robert Schumann, who named them after his Davidsbündler. The low opus number is misleading: the work was written after Carnaval, Op. 9, and the Symphonic Studies, Op. 13. The work is widely regarded as one of Schumann's greatest achievements and as one of the greatest piano works of the Romantic era.

Charles Rosen, Album. Carter: The Complete Music for Piano. Other albums by Charles Rosen. Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze; Carnaval. Charles Rosen 12/1/1997. 1 90+ Charles Rosen 6:8. 2 Piano Sonata: I. Maestoso: Piano Sonata: I. Maestoso Charles Rosen 10:13. 3 Piano Sonata: II. Andante: Piano Sonata: II. Andante Charles Rosen 12:26. 4 Night Fantasies Charles Rosen 20:58.

Bach JS, Bartok, Beethoven, Boulez, Charles Rosen, Chopin, Debussy, Elliott Carter, Haydn, Isaac Stern, Kirkpatrick, Leon Kirchner, Liszt, Mozart, Parisot, Piatigorsky, Prausnitz, Pritchard, Ravel, Schoenberg, Schubert, Schumann, Stravinsky, Tossy Spivakovsky, Webern. Label : Sony Format : Flac track Cover : Full. Robert Schumann Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6 Carnaval, Op. 9. CD 8


Davidsbündlertänze, Opus 6
A1 Lebhaft (Lively)
A2 Innig (Inward)
A3 Etwas Hahnebüchen (Somewat Rudely)
A4 Ungeduldig (Impatiently)
A5 Einfach (With Simplicity)
A6 Sehr Rasch Und In Sich Hinein (Very Fast And Held Within Itself)
A7 Nicht Schnell. Mit äusserst Starker Empfindung (Not Fast. With Great Feeling)
A8 Frisch (Fresh)
A9 Hierauf Schloss Florestan Und Es Zuckte Ihm Schmerzlich Um Die Lippen. (Then Florestan Stopped And His Lips Quivered In Pain.)
A10 Balladenmässig. Sehr Rasch. (Like A Ballad.Very Fast)
A11 Einfach (With Simplicity)
A12 Mit Humor (With Humor)
A13 Wild Und Lustig (Savage And Joyful)
A14 Zart Und Singend (Tender And Singing)
A15 Frisch (Fresh)
A16 Mit Gutem Humor (With Good Humor)
A17 Wie Aus Der Ferne (As If From Afar)
A18 Ganz Zum Überfluss Meinte Eusebius Noch Folgendes; Dabei Sprach Aber Viel Seligkeit Aus Seinen Augen. (Quite Superfluously, Eusebius Spoke As Follows, And Much Happiness Shone In His Eyes.)
Carnaval, Opus 9
B1 Préambule
B2 Pierrot
B3 Arlequin
B4 Valse Noble
B5 Eusebius
B6 Florestan
B7 Coquette
B8 Réplique
B9 Papillons
B10 A.S.C.H.-S.C.H.A. (Lettres Dansantes)
B11 Chiarina
B12 Chopin
B13 Estrella
B14 Reconnaissance
B15 Pantalon Et Colombine
B16 Valse Allemande
B17 Paganini
B18 Aveu
B19 Promenade
B20 Pause
B21 Marche Des "Davidsbündler" Contre Les Philistins


  • Piano – Charles Rosen
  • Producer – Jane Friedmann

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
33CX 1878 Schumann*, Charles Rosen Schumann*, Charles Rosen - Davidsbündertänze, Op. 6 / Carnival Op. 9 ‎(LP) Columbia 33CX 1878 UK 1963