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.
Carnaval for piano, Op. 9. Composed By. Robert Schumann.
Novelletten, Op. 21: II. Presto Con Bravura. 7. Novelletten, Op. 21: III. Leggiero Con Umore. 8. 21: IV. Tempo Di Ballo E Giocosso. 21: V. Strepitoso E Festivo. 10. 21: VI. Allegro Vivace Ed Umoroso. 11. 21: VII. Prestissimo. 12. 21: VIII.
21: Markiert Und Kräftig' by Robert Schumann has a tempo of 65 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Piano Recital'. 21: Markiert und kräftig. 2. Top Songs Robert Schumann. Carnaval, Op. 9: Paganini. Scenes From Childhood. Twelve Poems, Op. 35 'Kerner': IX. Frage (baritone: Thomas Hemsley, piano: Paul Hamburger). BBC Music, Volume 2, Number 10: Liederkreis, Op.
Carnaval, Op. 9 is a work for piano solo by Schumman, written in 1834-5 and subtitled Scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (Little Scenes on Four Notes). It consists of a collection of short pieces represented masked revelers at Carnival, in which Schumman gves musical expression to himself, his friends, and characters from comedia dell'arte. and characters from improvised Italian comedy (commedia dell’arte). The 21 pieces are connected by a recurring motif
21. 9: 21. Marche des Davidsbündler contre les Philistins. Listen to Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 51: All Schumann: Carnaval, Fantasiestücke, Op. 12; Romance, Op. 29; Vogel als Prophets; Novellettes, Op. 21/1 & 2 now.
Alternative title : Album für die Jugend, O. 8; 43 Clavierstücke für die Jugend. Sheet central : Album pour la jeunesse (Album für die Jugend) (75 sheet music). Added by FS the 2006-04-21. Album à la jeunesse Opus 68, Album for the Young Opus 68 (Schumann, Robert) Deutsch Piano solo G. Henle.
The Novelletten, Op. 21, is a set of 8 pieces for solo piano, written by Robert Schumann in 1838. Schumann in 1839, one year after composing the Novelletten. The Novelletten were composed during February 1838, a period of great struggle for the composer. Schumann originally intended the eight pieces to be performed together as a group, though they are often performed separately with great success