Schumann Carnaval Op 9
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Carnaval is characteristic of Schumann's highly individual youthful romanticism and requires musical maturity for performance. Written for advanced pianists, it is a series of glimpses enveloped in the atmosphere of a masked ball with titles such as "Arlequin," "Papillons," "Sphinxes," "Coquette" and so on. Most of the 23 pieces are based on the notes A-S-C-H, arranged in a succession of melodic and rhythm patterns ("s" is German for E-flat, "h" is German for B-natural). Asch was a Bohemian town where Schumann had a girlfriend.

Arlequin [Op. 9, No. 3] Aveu [Op. 9, No. 19] Chiarina [Op. 9, No. 12] Chopin [Op. 9, No. 13] Coquette [Op. 9, No. 7] Estrella [Op. 9, No. 14] Eusebius [Op. 9, No. 5] Florestan [Op. 9, No. 6] Marche des "Davidsbundler" Contre Les Philistins [Op. 9, No. 21 Paganini [Op. 9, No. 18] Pantalon Et Colombine [Op. 9, No. 16] Papillons [Op. 9, No. 10] Pause [Op. 9, No. 21] Pierrot [Op. 9, No. 2] Preambule [Op. 9, No. 1] Promenade [Op. 9, No. 20] Reconnaissance [Op. 9, No. 15] Replique [Op. 9, No. 8] Sphinxes [Op. 9, No. 9] Valse Allemande [Op. 9, No. 17] Valse Noble [Op. 9, No. 4]


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Arranger: Maurice Hinson Publisher: Alfred Voicing: Piano
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