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7 thoughts on “ Pause, Vivo - Robert Schumann - Charles Rosen, Robert Casadesus - Davidsbündlertänze - Carnaval - Pa

  1. Robert Schumann’s “Davidsbündlertänze” Robert Schumann’s “Davidsbündlertänze” was one of Balanchine’s last major works. Against a setting inspired, in part, by the works of the 19th century German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich, a series of dances unfolds for four couples.
  2. There is something essentially pure about the playing of Charles Rosen: no nonsense but a great deal of poetic feeling and a beautiful capturing of Schumann’s fictional personalities, the exuberant Florestan and the dreamy Eusebius, which are so central to both the Davidsbündlertänze and Carnaval.5/5.
  3. Robert Schumann Davidsbündlertänze, Opus 6. Charles Rosen - Sony () 1 st Movement - This piece gives us a preview of both Florestan and Eusebius with passages dedicated to each and other passages incorporating both spirits. A great performance can make a full meal of the myriad of contrasts, and that's what Charles Rosen.
  4. Apr 19,  · Robert Schumann, Charles Rosen, Robert Casadesus - Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze / Carnaval / Papillons (Essential Classics) - hardcore.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo Music/5(2).
  5. Angela Hewitt has earned a richly deserved reputation for her interpretations of Bach and the Baroque, and something of that characteristic clarity illuminates her Schumann performances. Her first disc of this repertoire was praised for its ‘seemingly effortless but always adventurous interpretations her poise and amplitude lending it an unearthly beauty’ and this second volume.
  6. Nov 12,  · Robert Schumann Carnaval Op. 9 ~ Ballet for Orchestra Préambule (orch. Arensky) Pierrot (orch. Glazunov) Arlequin (orch. Klenovsky) Valse noble (orch. Petrov.

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