Robert Schumann: Scenes From Childhood (Kinderszenen) Op.15

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Catalogue No: GS25273
Artist: Robert Schumann
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
The thirteen pieces that constitute Robert Schumann's Kinderszenen for piano (Scenes from Childhood) Op.15 (1838) showcase their creator's musical imagination at the peak of its poetic clarity. unlike a number of Schumann's collections of piano character pieces (e.g. Album for the Young Op.68), the Kinderszenen are not intended to be played by children. Schumann claimed that the picturesque titles attached to the pieces were added as an afterthought in order to provide subtle suggestions to the player, a model Debussy followed decades later in his Preludes.
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
No of pages: 20
Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer
 
     
       

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        Robert Schumann: Scenes From Childhood (Kinderszenen) Op.15 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        9.9
        Value for money
        9.7
        Overall rating
        9.7
        Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 7 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Ronald

        Grays, Essex GB
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        I saw Martin Roscoe perform these delightful pieces at the Southend Palace Theatre last year and decided to buy them to perform them on my piano at home. The famous piece is No 7 Reverie but they are all worth playing.
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        Confirmed purchase: 06 December 2016
        Published on: 15 January 2017
        10 out of 10

        Carol

        Godalming GB
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        Confirmed purchase: 19 October 2016
        Published on: 02 November 2016
        10 out of 10

        David

        Wells, Somerset GB Retired music teacher.
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        Beautiful, popular pieces, most of which are quite easy to play. Even the hardest of the 13, Blindman's Buff (number 3) is still effective if played at a slightly more moderate pace than suggested here.
        If the edition had provided a blank page following movement 9, then movements 10, 11 and 12 could each have been printed without requiring turn-overs. This would not have increased the total number of pages of the book. This point is worth your considering for future reprints.
        Confirmed purchase: 14 March 2016
        Published on: 31 March 2016