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Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / SCHUBERT, F. / CZERNY, C. / WEBER, C. (Sehnsuchtswalzer)

Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / SCHUBERT, F. / CZERNY, C. / WEBER, C. (Sehnsuchtswalzer)

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release date: November 2011


Artists:

Herbert Schuch

Soloist

Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 94:32
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Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / SCHUBERT, F. / CZERNY, C. / WEBER, C. (Sehnsuchtswalzer)

   
   
  Disc 1  


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ROBERT SCHUMANN

 

Variations on a Theme by Schubert, 'Sehnsuchtswalzer Variationen' (reconstructed by A. Boyde from manuscripts)

 
1 Maestoso 0:47
     
2 Variation 1 0:43
     
3 Ritornell 1 0:41
     
4 Variation 2 1:14
     
5 Ritornell 2 0:26
     
6 Variation 3 0:31
     
7 Ritornell 3 0:44
     
8 Variation 4 0:53
     
9 Ritornell 4 0:30
     
10 Variation 5 1:07
     
11 Theme by Franz Schubert: Sehnsuchtswalzer 0:47
     
 

Papillons, Op. 2

 
12 Introduzione 0:10
     
13 I. — 0:33
     
14 II. Prestissimo 0:45
     
15 III. — 0:45
     
16 IV. Presto 0:48
     
17 V. — 1:01
     
18 VI. — 0:49
     
19 VII. Semplice 1:07
     
20 VIII. — 0:40
     
21 IX. Prestissimo 1:49
     
22 X. Vivo 1:49
     
23 XI. — 2:51
     
24 XII. Finale 1:47
     
 

6 Intermezzos, Op. 4

 
25 No. 1. Allegro quasi maestoso 3:25
     
26 No. 2. Presto e capriccioso 4:00
     
27 No. 3. Allegro marcato 3:19
     
28 No. 4. Allegretto semplice 1:49
     
29 No. 5. Allegro moderato 4:15
     
30 No. 6. Allegro 3:00
     
 

Carnaval, Op. 9

 
31 No. 1. Preambule 2:11
     
32 No. 2. Pierrot 1:56
     
33 No. 3. Arlequin 0:58
     
34 No. 4. Valse noble 1:14
     
35 No. 5. Eusebius 1:52
     
36 No. 6. Florestan 1:02
     
37 No. 7. Coquette 1:43
     
38 No. 8. Replique 0:58
     
39 Sphinxes 1:12
     
40 No. 9. Papillons 0:41
     
41 No. 10. ASCH - SCHA (Lettres dansantes) 0:54
     
42 No. 11. Chiarina 1:14
     
43 No. 12. Chopin 1:10
     
44 No. 13. Estrella 0:34
     
45 No. 14. Reconnaissance 1:41
     
46 No. 15. Pantalon et Colombine 0:56
     
47 No. 16. Valse allemande - No. 17. Intermezzo: Paganini 2:05
     
48 No. 18. Aveu 1:12
     
49 No. 19. Promenade 2:17
     
50 No. 20. Pause 0:15
     
51 No. 21. Marche des Davidsbundler contre les Philistins 3:52
   
   
   


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CARL CZERNY

1 

Variations on a favorite Viennese Waltz, Op. 12, 'Sehnsuchtswalzer'

6:07
     
 

FRANZ SCHUBERT

2 

16 German Dances and 2 Ecossaises, Op. 33, D. 783

0:59
     
3 

12 German Dances (Landler), Op. 171, D. 790

0:56
     
 

36 Originaltanze, Op. 9, D. 365, 'Erste Walzer'

 
4 Waltz No. 6 0:42
     
5 Waltz No. 14 0:48
     
6 Waltz No. 22 0:47
     
7 

16 Landler and 2 Ecossaises, Op. 67, D. 734

0:57
     
8 

34 Valses Sentimentales, Op. 50, D. 779

1:07
     
9 

12 German Dances (Landler), Op. 171, D. 790

0:48
     
 

CARL MARIA VON WEBER

10 

Aufforderung zum Tanze (Invitation to the Dance), Op. 65, J. 260

8:19
     
 Herbert Schuch Soloist


Herbert Schuch’s new album illuminates the influence of Schubert’s waltzes, ländler and Deutsche Tänze on the romantic and virtuosic piano compositions of the 19th century. Both Schumann and Czerny wrote variations on material from Schubert’s Sehnsuchtswalzer. Czerny’s op. 12 is even entitled “Variations on the beloved Vienna Funeral Waltz by Franz Schubert”. Schumann’s Sehnsuchtswalzervariationen are heard here in the version arranged by Andreas Boyde that is based on the manuscript. Also included on this recording are Schumann’s famous cycles Carnaval and Papillons.
 

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