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SCHUMANN, R.: 3 Romanzen / Piano Sonata No. 1 / Kinderszenen (Popovic)

SCHUMANN, R.: 3 Romanzen / Piano Sonata No. 1 / Kinderszenen (Popovic)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013


Milos Popovic


Record Label
Fuga Libera




Total Time - 62:50
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SCHUMANN, R.: 3 Romanzen / Piano Sonata No. 1 / Kinderszenen (Popovic)

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3 Romanzen, Op. 28

1 No. 1 in B flat minor 3:12
2 No. 2 in F sharp major 3:35
3 No. 3 in B major 6:30

Piano Sonata No. 1 in F sharp minor, Op. 11

4 I. Introduzione: Un poco adagio - Allegro vivace 12:26
5 II. Aria 2:51
6 III. Scherzo: Allegrissimo - Intermezzo - Lento 4:47
7 IV. Finale: Allegro un poco maestoso 11:43

Kinderszenen (Scenes of Childhood), Op. 15

8 No. 1. Von fremden Landern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and People) 1:40
9 No. 2. Curiose Geschichte (A Strange Story) 1:03
10 No. 3. Hasche-Mann (Catch-as-catch-can) 0:33
11 No. 4. Bittendes Kind (Pleading Child) 0:52
12 No. 5. Gluckes genug (Happy Enough) 0:37
13 No. 6. Wichtige Begebenheit (An Important Event) 0:55
14 No. 7. Traumerei (Dreaming) 2:40
15 No. 8. Am Camin (By the Fire-side) 0:58
16 No. 9. Ritter vom Steckenpferd (Knight of the Hobby-horse) 0:39
17 No. 10. Fast zu ernst (Almost Too Serious) 1:45
18 No. 11. Furchtenmachen (Frightening) 1:37
19 No. 12. Kind im Einschlummern (Child Falling Asleep) 2:02
20 No. 13. Der Dichter spricht (The Poet Speaks) 2:25
 Milos Popovic Soloist

The first album of the Queen Elisabeth College of Music collection at Fuga Libera has let discover Plamena Mangova in her Shostakovich recital: critical acclaim (and awards such as Diapason d’Or or Joker of Crescendo) came quickly reward the high level of the students who come out of the famous institute. Now it is the turn of Miloš Popovic, a young Belgo-Serbian pianist, pupil of Eugene Moguilevsky and Abdel-Rahman El Bacha, who presents a particularily striking Schumann programme. The whole range of qualities expected from a Schumanian is well here, with, as a bonus, the privilege and fearlessness of the youth, that gives their long breath to these well known and lesser known scores, loaded with the purest German romanticism.

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