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Scenes from Childhood

Scenes from Childhood

Easy pieces for the Pianoforte. Edited from the sources

Urtext


  • Instrumentation: piano
  • Edition: Sheet music, Urtext
  • Order No.: UT50190
£8.50
Weight: 0.16 kg
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Description
The Kinderszenen, composed in the spring of 1838, are among the most well-known and popular works of piano literature. Above all, No. 7, the Reverie, began an unprecedented triumphal march through the music world from the second half of the 19th century. The present, carefully revised edition takes into account for the first time manuscript improvements and changed tempo indications of Schumann's hand in one of the two surviving copies of the first edition of 1839, which came into the possession of the Robert Schumann House in Zwickau in 1994.

This edition differs from the "instructive edition" by Clara Schumann, among others, by the metronome information, why the pieces in terms of their tempo and their phrasing of the previously familiar sound differ significantly.
Details
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
Content text: Vorwort
Hinweise zur Interpretation
Kinderszenen op. 15: 1 Von fremden Ländern und Menschen
2 Kuriose Geschichten
3 Haschemann
4 Bittendes Kind
5 Glückes genug
6 Wichtige Begebenheit
7 Träumerei
8 Am Kamin
9 Ritter vom Steckenpferd
10 Fast zu ernst
11 Fürchtenmachen
12 Kind im Einschlummern
13 Der Dichter spricht
Kritische Anmerkungen
Difficulty: intermediate - advanced
ISBN: 978-3-85055-578-4
ISMN: 979-0-50057-140-7
Opus: op. 15
Publisher: Wiener Urtext Edition
UPC: 800522001383
Year of composition: 1838
page number: 40
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Kinderszenen
The Kinderszenen, composed in the spring of 1838, are among the most well-known and popular works of piano literature. Above all, No. 7, the Reverie, began an unprecedented triumphal march through the music world from the second half of the 19th century. The present, carefully revised edition takes into account for the first time manuscript improvements and changed tempo indications of Schumann's hand in one of the two surviving copies of the first edition of 1839, which came into the possession of the Robert Schumann House in Zwickau in 1994.

This edition differs from the "instructive edition" by Clara Schumann, among others, by the metronome information, why the pieces in terms of their tempo and their phrasing of the previously familiar sound differ significantly.
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
Content text: Vorwort
Hinweise zur Interpretation
Kinderszenen op. 15: 1 Von fremden Ländern und Menschen
2 Kuriose Geschichten
3 Haschemann
4 Bittendes Kind
5 Glückes genug
6 Wichtige Begebenheit
7 Träumerei
8 Am Kamin
9 Ritter vom Steckenpferd
10 Fast zu ernst
11 Fürchtenmachen
12 Kind im Einschlummern
13 Der Dichter spricht
Kritische Anmerkungen
Difficulty: intermediate - advanced
ISBN: 978-3-85055-578-4
ISMN: 979-0-50057-140-7
Opus: op. 15
Publisher: Wiener Urtext Edition
UPC: 800522001383
Year of composition: 1838
page number: 40
Kinderszenen
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