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Schumann - Träumerei, "Kinderszenen" No. 7, Scenes from Childhood | Vladimir Horowitz
 
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Robert Schumann - Kinderscenen Op. 15, Scenes From Childhood, 1838. - Nº 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples) http://youtu.be/7lihXS3GLw0 - Nº 7. Träumerei (Dreaming) http://youtu.be/6z82w0l6kwE - Complete performance: http://youtu.be/yibf6QNjgGU When Schumann wrote Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), he was deeply in love with Clara Wieck, soon to become his wife over the objections of her overbearing father. The composer worked at a feverish pace, composing these pieces in just several days. Actually, he wrote about thirty small pieces, but trimmed them to the thirteen that comprise the set. They are fairly simple in terms of execution, and, of course, their subject matter deals with the world of children. Schumann, however, pointed out that they were not intended for children. The seventh item here, "Träumerei" (Dreaming), is the most popular in the set. It is a depiction of childhood innocence, vulnerability and gentleness. Many pianists have interpreted this piece in a sentimental, almost saccharine way, while others (Horowitz notably) have insisted on a more objective approach. The main theme is sweetly innocent and sentimental, clearly representing the adult Schumann's fond view of aspects of his own childhood. The melody is unforgettable, the harmonies simple, but distinctive, and the overall mood dreamy and soothing. Of the many themes associated with children -- that in Brahms' Lullaby, several in Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf -- the "Träumerei" melody is among the most memorable. The whole piece lasts under three minutes, but is the longest in the Kinderszenen set. Most pianists who play Kinderszenen rarely excerpt it, but when an individual piece from it is played by them in concert, "Träumerei" is usually their choice. Horowitz was known to play it as an encore on several occasions. From spirited games to sleeping and dreaming, Kinderszenen captures the joys and sorrows of childhood in a series of musical snapshots. Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective; 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. Almost all of the Kinderszenen are miniature ternary (ABA) forms. Horowitz in Vienna Kinderszenen Robert Schumann - "Scenes from Childhood" | Kinderszenen, Opus 15, N.º 7 Träumerei, Traumerei, Dreaming, A Sonhar, Somiant, Rêverie, Revaĵo, Sogno, Drømmeri. Kinderszenen, Kinderscenen, Scenes from Childhood, Cenas da Infância, Cenas Infantis, Infanaĝaj scenoj, Scènes d'enfants, Scene infantili, Barndomsscener, 子供の情景.
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Schumann - Dreaming ('Scenes from Childhood')
 
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This delightful piece by Robert Schumann is performed by the talented Sylvia Capova. Accompanying this sad piece are photographs taken by me of the countryside surrounding Fountains Abbey, a ruined Cistercian monastery near Ripon in the Yorkshire Dales. Fountains Abbey was destroyed during the famous English Reformation. You can see photographs of the romantic ruins in my next two videos, coming soon!
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Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood) Op. 15: No. 7, Traumerei
 
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Schumann - Kinderszenen Op.15, "Scenes from Childhood" | Vladimir Horowitz
 
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Robert Schumann - Kinderszenen Op. 15, "Scenes From Childhood", 1838. 00:38 Scene No.1 | Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples) http://youtu.be/7lihXS3GLw0 02:09 Scene No.2 | Kuriose Geschichte (A Curious Story) 03:15 Scene No.3 | Hasche-Mann (Blind Man's Bluff) 03:48 Scene No.4 | Bittendes Kind (Pleading Child) 04:38 Scene No.5 | Glückes genug (Happy Enough) 05:17 Scene No.6 | Wichtige Begebenheit (An Important Event) 06:09 Scene No.7 | Träumerei (Dreaming) http://youtu.be/6z82w0l6kwE 08:43 Scene No.8 | Am Kamin (At the Fireside) 10:02 Scene No.9 | Ritter vom Steckenpferd (Knight of the Hobbyhorse) 10:43 Scene No.10 | Fast zu ernst (Almost Too Serious) 12:12 Scene No.11 | Fürchtenmachen (Frightening) 13:52 Scene No.12 | Kind im Einschlummern (Child Falling Asleep) 15:31 Scene No.13 | Der Dichter spricht (The Poet Speaks) Vladimir Horowitz in Vienna, 1987. Kinderszenen, "Scenes from Childhood", Opus 15 is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written on during the spring of 1838. In this work, Schumann provides us with his adult reminiscences of childhood. When Schumann wrote Kinderszenen, he was deeply in love with Clara Wieck, soon to become his wife over the objections of her overbearing father. The composer worked at a feverish pace, composing these pieces in just several days. Actually, he wrote about thirty small pieces, but trimmed them to the thirteen that comprise the set. The 13 pieces showcase their creator's musical imagination at the peak of its poetic clarity. As a result, the Kinderszenen have long been staples of the repertoire as utterly charming yet substantial miniatures, the sort of compact keyboard essays in which Schumann's genius found full expression. In March of that year, Schumann wrote to Clara, "I have been waiting for your letter and have in the meantime filled several books with pieces.... You once said to me that I often seemed like a child, and I suddenly got inspired and knocked off around 30 quaint little pieces.... I selected several and titled them Kinderszenen. You will enjoy them, though you will need to forget that you are a virtuoso when you play them." The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective. They are fairly simple in terms of execution, and, of course, their subject matter deals with the world of children. From spirited games to sleeping and dreaming, Kinderszenen captures the joys and sorrows of childhood in a series of musical snapshots. Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". 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. Scene No. 1, "Von fremden Ländern und Menschen" (Of Foreign Lands and People), opens with a lovely melody whose basic motivic substance, by appearing in several vague guises throughout many of the other pieces, serves as a general unifying element. The seventh Scene, "Träumerei" (Reverie), is easily the most famous piece in the set; its charming melody and quieting power have recommended it to generations of concert pianists who wish to calm audiences after a long series of rousing encores. The Kinderszenen contain many delicate musical touches; Scene No. 4, "Bittendes Kind" (Pleading Child), for example, is harmonically resolved only when an unseen force (a parent?) gives in and grant the child's wish at the beginning of No. 5, "Glückes genug" (Quite Happy). In the final piece, "Der Dichter spricht" (The Poet Speaks), Schumann removes himself just a bit from the indulgent reverie to formulate a narrator's omniscient view of the child. Quietly, gently, the many moods and feelings that Schumann touched upon over the course of this remarkable 20-minute work are lovingly recalled, and the composition concludes, contentedly, in the same key of G major in which it began. The seventh item here, "Träumerei" (Dreaming), is the most popular in the set. It is a depiction of childhood innocence, vulnerability and gentleness. Many pianists have interpreted this piece in a sentimental, almost saccharine way, while others (Horowitz notably) have insisted on a more objective approach. The main theme is sweetly innocent and sentimental, clearly representing the adult Schumann's fond view of aspects of his own childhood. The melody is unforgettable, the harmonies simple, but distinctive, and the overall mood dreamy and soothing. Of the many themes associated with children - that in Brahms' Lullaby, several in Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf - the "Träumerei" melody is among the most memorable. The whole piece lasts under three minutes, but is the longest in the Kinderszenen set. Kinderscenen, Cenas Infantis, Infanaĝaj scenoj, Scènes d'enfants, Scene infantili, Barndomsscener, 子供の情景.
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Schumann - "Träumerei" (Dreaming) | Kinderszenen Op.15, Scenes from Childhood | Lang Lang
 
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Robert Schumann - "Träumerei" (Reverie) - Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood) for piano, Op. 15, 1838. Lang Lang, Piano Encore. The 13 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. As a result, the Kinderszenen have long been staples of the repertoire as utterly charming yet substantial miniatures, the sort of compact keyboard essays in which Schumann's genius found full expression. Kinderszenen was one of the projects Schumann worked on during the spring of 1838 to get through a difficult period of separation from his fiancée, Clara Wieck, who was on tour as a pianist and whose father objected to the idea of her marriage to the composer. In March of that year, Schumann wrote to Clara, "I have been waiting for your letter and have in the meantime filled several books with pieces.... You once said to me that I often seemed like a child, and I suddenly got inspired and knocked off around 30 quaint little pieces.... I selected several and titled them Kinderszenen. You will enjoy them, though you will need to forget that you are a virtuoso when you play them." The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective; 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. Almost all of the Kinderszenen are miniature ternary (ABA) forms. The seventh Scene, "Träumerei" (Reverie), is easily the most famous piece in the set; its charming melody and quieting power have recommended it to generations of concert pianists who wish to calm audiences after a long series of rousing encores. The Kinderszenen contain many delicate musical touches
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Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming (Schumann, Robert)
 
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Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming (Schumann, Robert) Find the sheet music here: http://imslp.org/wiki/Kinderszenen,_Op.15_(Schumann,_Robert) Welcome to Icy Violin, this channel is focused on classical music, mainly music from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic Eras. Frequently asked questions: Q: Where do you find your sheet music? A: Most of the music can be found on either imslp.org or musopen.org Q: Can I request a piece? A: Yes! I will try to upload a video of any piece that is requested, given that it is both within my ability and in the public domain. Q: Why did you start this channel? A: I was introduced to classical music by my countless music teachers, each of whom allowed me to further appreciate classical music. When many of my friends told me that they had trouble finding free high quality recordings online, I decided to create "Icy Violin" as a database of the best public domain recordings that I have come across. Q: What does "Icy Violin" mean? A: This goes along with why I started the channel. My friends were unable to find what they wanted, even though I see ("icy") great recordings all the time. Since I played violin and "Icy Music" seemed to have been used by many people already, I chose "Icy Violin". Q: How can I support this channel? A: You don't have to do anything, I'm happy with you just watching my videos! However, I would greatly appreciate it if you liked and shared content that you like and subscribe for more!
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Schumann - Träumerei (Dreaming) from Kinderszenen Op. 15 - Piano Tutorial
 
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Schumann - Träumerei (Dreaming) from Kinderszenen Op. 15 No. 7 (Reverie) Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/realstanchev Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stanislav Kinderszenen, "Scenes from Childhood", Opus 15 is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written on during the spring of 1838. In this work, Schumann provides us with his adult reminiscences of childhood. When Schumann wrote Kinderszenen, he was deeply in love with Clara Wieck, soon to become his wife over the objections of her overbearing father. The composer worked at a feverish pace, composing these pieces in just several days. Actually, he wrote about thirty small pieces, but trimmed them to the thirteen that comprise the set. The 13 pieces showcase their creator's musical imagination at the peak of its poetic clarity. As a result, the Kinderszenen have long been staples of the repertoire as utterly charming yet substantial miniatures, the sort of compact keyboard essays in which Schumann's genius found full expression. In March of that year, Schumann wrote to Clara, "I have been waiting for your letter and have in the meantime filled several books with pieces.... You once said to me that I often seemed like a child, and I suddenly got inspired and knocked off around 30 quaint little pieces.... I selected several and titled them Kinderszenen. You will enjoy them, though you will need to forget that you are a virtuoso when you play them." The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective. They are fairly simple in terms of execution, and, of course, their subject matter deals with the world of children. From spirited games to sleeping and dreaming, Kinderszenen captures the joys and sorrows of childhood in a series of musical snapshots. Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". 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. Scene No. 1, "Von fremden Ländern und Menschen" (Of Foreign Lands and People), opens with a lovely melody whose basic motivic substance, by appearing in several vague guises throughout many of the other pieces, serves as a general unifying element. The seventh Scene, "Träumerei" (Reverie), is easily the most famous piece in the set; its charming melody and quieting power have recommended it to generations of concert pianists who wish to calm audiences after a long series of rousing encores. The Kinderszenen contain many delicate musical touches; Scene No. 4, "Bittendes Kind" (Pleading Child), for example, is harmonically resolved only when an unseen force (a parent?) gives in and grant the child's wish at the beginning of No. 5, "Glückes genug" (Quite Happy). In the final piece, "Der Dichter spricht" (The Poet Speaks), Schumann removes himself just a bit from the indulgent reverie to formulate a narrator's omniscient view of the child. Quietly, gently, the many moods and feelings that Schumann touched upon over the course of this remarkable 20-minute work are lovingly recalled, and the composition concludes, contentedly, in the same key of G major in which it began. The seventh item here, "Träumerei" (Dreaming), is the most popular in the set. It is a depiction of childhood innocence, vulnerability and gentleness. Many pianists have interpreted this piece in a sentimental, almost saccharine way, while others (Horowitz notably) have insisted on a more objective approach. The main theme is sweetly innocent and sentimental, clearly representing the adult Schumann's fond view of aspects of his own childhood. The melody is unforgettable, the harmonies simple, but distinctive, and the overall mood dreamy and soothing. Of the many themes associated with children - that in Brahms' Lullaby, several in Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf - the "Träumerei" melody is among the most memorable. The whole piece lasts under three minutes, but is the longest in the Kinderszenen set. Piano Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-gMUZOrx5eqTkUVPXPnMgOPVyn4iSybM Classical Music: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-gMUZOrx5er99FxbV-aBss5kHUFCZkfa If you like the video subscribe for my channel to keep up with my latest work! :) Thanks for watching! #Schumann #Traumerei #Kinderszenen
Views: 26062 Stanislav Stanchev
Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming
 
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Robert Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming (performed by Donald Betts) Robert Schumann (8 June 1810 -- 29 July 1856) was a German composer and influential music critic. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era. Schumann left the study of law, intending to pursue a career as a virtuoso pianist. He had been assured by his teacher Friedrich Wieck that he could become the finest pianist in Europe, but a hand injury ended this dream. Schumann then focused his musical energies on composing. Schumann's published compositions were written exclusively for the piano until 1840; he later composed works for piano and orchestra; many Lieder (songs for voice and piano); four symphonies; an opera; and other orchestral, choral, and chamber works. Works such as Kinderszenen, Album für die Jugend, Blumenstück, Sonatas and Albumblätter are among his most famous. His writings about music appeared mostly in the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik (New Journal for Music), a Leipzig-based publication which he jointly founded. In 1840, against the wishes of her father, Schumann married Friedrich Wieck's daughter Clara, something that led to a long and acrimonious legal battle, which found in favor of Clara and Robert. Clara also composed music and had a considerable concert career as a pianist, the earnings from which formed a substantial part of her father's fortune. Schumann suffered from a lifelong mental disorder, first manifesting in 1833 as a severe melancholic depressive episode, which recurred several times alternating with phases of 'exaltation' and increasingly also delusional ideas of being poisoned or threatened with metallic items. After a suicide attempt in 1854, Schumann was admitted to a mental asylum, at his own request, in Endenich near Bonn. Diagnosed with 'psychotic melancholia,' Schumann died two years later in 1856 without having recovered from his mental illness.
Schumann - "Kinderszenen" No. 1, Scenes from Childhood | Vladimir Horowitz
 
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Robert Schumann - Kinderscenen Op. 15, Scenes From Childhood, 1838. Nº 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples) http://youtu.be/7lihXS3GLw0 - Nº 7. Träumerei (Dreaming) http://youtu.be/6z82w0l6kwE - Complete performance: http://youtu.be/yibf6QNjgGU From spirited games to sleeping and dreaming, Kinderszenen captures the joys and sorrows of childhood in a series of musical snapshots. Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective; 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. Almost all of the Kinderszenen are miniature ternary (ABA) forms. Scene No. 1, "Von fremden Ländern und Menschen" (Of Foreign Lands and People), which is featured in this video opens with a lovely melody whose basic motivic substance, by appearing in several vague guises throughout many of the other pieces, serves as a general unifying element. Horowitz in Vienna Kinderszenen Robert Schumann - "Scenes from Childhood" | Kinderszenen, Opus 15, N.º 1, Von fremden Ländern und Menschen, Of Foreign Lands and Peoples, De Povos e Terras Distantes, Da paesi e uomini stranieri, Gens et pays étrangers, Pri fremdaj landoj kaj homoj, Om fremmede land og mennesker. Kinderszenen, Kinderscenen, Scenes from Childhood, Cenas da Infância, Cenas Infantis, Infanaĝaj scenoj, Scènes d'enfants, Scene infantili, Barndomsscener, 子供の情景.
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Schumann: Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15: VII. Träumerei
 
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Robert Schumann Album: The Worlds Greatest Composers Performed by: Leonard Hokanson Year: 2007
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Schumann - Scenes from Childhood - Dreaming (Träumerei)
 
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From Scenes from Childhood, op. 15
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Martha Argerich - Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Dreaming
 
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Martha Argerich Schumann: Kinderszenen, Opus 15 - Dreaming Kinderszenen (original spelling Kinderscenen, "Scenes from Childhood"), Opus 15, by Robert Schumann, is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written in 1838. In this work, Schumann provides us with his adult reminiscences of childhood. Schumann had originally written 30 movements for this work, but chose 13 for the final version. Schumann had originally labeled this work Leichte Stücke (Easy Pieces). Likewise, the section titles were only added after the completion of the music, and Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation".
Views: 14425 Eric Balajadia
Schumann Träumerei Kinderszenen / Scenes from Childhood Dreaming Piano Music / Klavierkonzert
 
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Robert Schumann / Scenes from Childhood / Piano Music / Träumerei / Dreaming Hier sehen und hören sie das Klavierstück von Robert Schumann´´Träumerei´´ aus den Kinderszenen ! Für die Musik habe ich eine Lizenz ! Childhood from Robert Schumann ! Auf dem Kanal BPanther finden sie Experimentalfilme zur Klassischen Musik von Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Schubert, Händel, und auch modernen Komponisten wie Fred Jonny Berg und Andreas Wolter. Es werden hier populäre Werke wie die Moldau von Smetana, die kleine Nachtmusik oder die Air Suite Nr. 3 von Bach gezeigt. Entspannen sie sich bei schöner Klaviermusik von Chopin oder hören sie Variationen von Pachelbels Canon in D. Sehen sie Naturaufnahmen zur Musik von Händel oder Brahms. Aber auch Musik für Kinder wie z.B Spieluhrenmusik oder Kinderlieder wie z.B ´´Weißt du wieviel Sternlein stehen´´ finden sie auf diesem Kanal ! Schauen sie sich auch meine anderen Kanäle : Chilloutkanal, NatureandClassic und Classical Music Club an. Hier finden sie noch mehr Klassische Musik und Chilloutvideos. On the channel BPanther they find experimental films to classical music by Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Schubert, Handel, and modern composers like Fred Jonny Berg and Andreas Wolter.
Views: 385395 BPanther
Cello-Kinderszenen(Scenes from Childhood) Op.15-vii-dreaming.wmv
 
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From the album: The Instruments of Classical Music, Vol. 6- The Cello
Views: 324 awanderwind
Traumerei (Dreaming) from Scenes of Childhood (Kinderszenen)  by Schumann
 
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One of the most famous piano pieces by Robert Schumann from his Scenes of Childhood collection op. 15 http://www.apianist.com
Views: 504 Gary Schmidt
Robert Schumann: Scenes From Childhood, Op. 15 - Dreaming (Sylvia Čápová)
 
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Schumann: Scenes From Childhood, Op. 15 - Dreaming, performed by Sylvia Čápová. ---------- II ---------- This is taken from the CD album "Classical Collection 15 - Schumann: Romantic Legends" by Various Artists. It is the 4th track "Scenes From Childhood, Op. 15 - Dreaming". (no discogs link, sorry) ---------- II ---------- From Wikipedia: Kinderszenen (original spelling Kinderscenen, "Scenes from Childhood"), Opus 15, by Robert Schumann, is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written in 1838. Schumann wrote 30 movements for this work, but chose 13 for the final version. The unused movements were later published in Bunte Blätter, Opus 99, and Albumblätter, Opus 124. Discussing the set, Schumann told his wife Clara that the "thirty small, droll things" were inspired by her comment that he sometimes seemed "like a child". In 1840, he described them as "more cheerful, gentler, more melodic" than his earlier works. Movement No. 7 of the work, Träumerei, is one of Schumann's best known pieces; it is the opening and closing musical theme of the 1947 Hollywood film Song of Love, and Träumerei is the title of a 1944 German biographical film on Schumann. (https://goo.gl/aNE91A)
Views: 235 Ryan Auernigg
Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15: No. 7 in F Major, Dreaming
 
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Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15: No. 7 in F Major, Dreaming · Joseph Nagy Schumann: Album for the Young, Symphonies Nos. 1, 3, 4, Scenes from Childhood & Paradise and the Peri ℗ Essential Classic Released on: 2013-06-18 Composer: Robert Schumann Music Publisher: D.R Auto-generated by YouTube.
Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes From Childhood) Op. 15 No.7 in F Major ♫ “Träumerei (Dreaming)”
 
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SCHUMANN - Kinderszenen - Träumerei (Dreaming) HD
 
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Audio Recorder: Zoom H2 Pianos: Steinway D-274, Rönisch 115K Camera: Canon EOS 550D Audio Editor: Acoustica Premium Edition 5.0 Video Editor: PowerDirector 10
Views: 538 Elias Furrer
Robert Schumann - Scenes from Childhood -  No 7 "Traumerie" ( Dreaming )
 
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Robert Schumann - Scenes From Childhood No 7 “Traumerie” ( Dreaming ) composed 1838 one of my all time favourite pieces of music … reminds me of my dad... Clara Schumann - Robert's wife - always thought he looked like a child when composing, so he assembled 13 “little simple pieces for piano” to represent “scenes from childhood” … this, is no 7. I found an orchestral transcription and "budged" the two together … i have some experience of music editing …. take some quiet time and listen to this sublime music with the lovely pics - the big dug at 2:50 and the end is a killer
Views: 653 Junior Campbell
Schumann: Dreaming / Traumerei from Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood)
 
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Jill Crossland plays Traeumerei, No 7 from the Scenes from Childhood / Kinderszenen by Robert Schumann. Live from a concert at St Etheldreda's, Fulham.
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Robert Schumann Scenes from Childhood, Op  15   VII  Dreaming
 
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Performer-Donald Betts(Public Domain Mark 1.0) https://musopen.org/music/2326-scenes-from-childhood-op-15/
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Schumann: Dreaming | Träumerei | Snění - Dětské scény | Scenes from Childhood | Kinderszenen
 
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7. Träumerei | Dreaming - F major. On piano, by Štěpán Kos. No. 7, Träumerei, is one of Schumann's best known pieces; it was the title of a 1944 German biographical film on Robert Schumann. Träumerei is also the opening and closing musical theme in the 1947 Hollywood film Song of Love, starring Katharine Hepburn as Clara Wieck Schumann. Kinderszenen (German pronunciation: [ˈkɪndɐˌst͡seːnən]; original spelling Kinderscenen, "Scenes from Childhood"), Opus 15, by Robert Schumann, is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written in 1838. Schumann wrote 30 movements for this work, but chose 13 for the final version. The unused movements were published years later in Bunte Blätter, Opus 99, and Albumblätter, Opus 124. Wikipedia.org. If you like my music, please SUBSCRIBE, LIKE or comment this video. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [CZ] Robert Shumann - Snění - Dětské scény. č.7 F dur. Robert Schumann (8. června 1810, Zwickau – 29. července 1856, Endenich) byl německý skladatel a hudební kritik. Patří mezi nejvýraznější představitele romantismu, skládal zejména klavírní hudbu. První větší úspěchy slavil s programní skladbou Karneval (1834) a v průběhu následujících pěti let, kdy skládal téměř výhradně hudbu pro sólový klavír, vytvořil některá ze svých nejslavnějších děl, jako jsou Dětské scény, Fantazie v C dur či Kreisleriana. Wikipedia.org. Pokud se vám moje tvorba líbí, budu rád, když se přihlásíte k odběru tohoto kanálu, udělíte "palec nahoru" či se vyjádříte v komentářích. Děkuji! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [DE] 7. Träumerei F-Dur. Kinderszenen, op. 15, ist ein aus dreizehn kurzen Klavierstücken bestehender Zyklus von Robert Schumann aus dem Jahr 1838. Im Unterschied zum Album für die Jugend, op. 68, handelt es sich um Stücke, die nicht für Kinder, sondern nach Schumanns eigenen Worten als „Rückspiegelung eines Älteren für Ältere“ komponiert wurden. Das berühmteste Stück dieses Zyklus ist die „Träumerei“. Die Kinderszenen beeinflussten die romantische Programm-Miniatur für Klavier wie kein anderer zuvor geschriebener Zyklus. Wikipedia.org. ====================================================== [EN] Stay in touch with my piano on my social profiles: [CZ] Zůstaňte se mnou v kontaktu na těchto sociálních sítích: Facebook: https://PianoKos.com/Facebook YouTube: https://PianoKos.com/YouTube Instagram: https://instagram.com/PianoKos Twitter: https://twitter.com/PianoKos Periscope: https://periscope.tv/PianoKos Website: https://PianoKos.com
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"Scenes from Childhood" ("Kinderszenen") by Robert Schumann
 
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Robert Schumann Kinderszenen ("Scenes from Childhood") op. 15
Vladimir Horowitz: Schumann - Kinderszenen No. 7, Träumerei, Scenes from Childhood
 
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Vladimir Samoylovich Horowitz (Ukrainian: Володимир Самійлович Горовиць, Volodymyr Samiylovych Horovyts; Russian:Владимир Самойлович Горовиц, Vladimir Samoylovich Gorovits; October 1 [O.S. September 18] 1903 – November 5, 1989) was a Russian-born American classical pianist and composer. His technique, use of tone color and the excitement of his playing were considered legendary. He is widely considered one of the greatest pianists of all time... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Horowitz A link to this wonderful artists personal web site: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/vladimir-horowitz-mn0000119107/discography Please Enjoy! I send my kind and warm regards,
Views: 569 Thewisemonkey9
Frightening by Robert Schumann - Kinderszenen Op. 15
"Scenes from Childhood"
 
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BB (10 years old) practiced his new romantic piece. Enjoy! :-)
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Robert Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 VII. Dreaming
 
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A masterpiece of classic: Robert Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 VII. Dreaming Buy the best classical music: http://amzn.to/2edudai and support Masterpieces of Classic This video based on public domain content and/or YouTube Audio Library
Horowitz plays SchumannTraumerei in Moscow
 
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In April 1986 Horowitz hold a concert in Moscow. This "Traumerei" is given as encore. Enjoy!
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Martha Argerich piano plays Schumann: Kinderszenen
 
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Compositor: Schumann, Robert Alexander (Zwickau, Alemanha, 08/06/1810- Endenich, Bonn, Alemanha, 29/7/1856) Intérprete: Martha Argerich, piano 01. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - About Foreign Lands & Peoples 1:52 02. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Curious Story 1:04 03. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Catch Me If You Can 0:28 04. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Pleading Child 0:59 05. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 – Happiness 1:03 06. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Important Event 0:48 07. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 – Dreaming 2:55 08. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - At The Fireside 0:51 09. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Knight Of The Hobby Horse 0:35 10. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Almost Too Serious 2:00 11. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 – Frightening 1:33 12. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - Child Falling Asleep 2:23 13. Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15 - The Poet Speaks 2:17 14. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 1. Agitatissimo 2:36 15. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 2. Con Molta Espressione, Non Troppo Presto 9:40 16. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 3. Con Molta Espressione, Non Troppo Presto 4:32 17. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 4. Lento Assai 3:54 18. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 5. Vivace Assai 3:08 19. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 6. Lento Assai 4:11 20. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 7. Molto Presto 2:06 21. Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 - 8. Vivace E Scherzando 3:29
Views: 44509 EGMusic Classic
Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming / Reverie Träumerei
 
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More info:https://musopen.org/music/187/robert-schumann/scenes-from-childhood-op-15/ Composer:Robert Schumann Song:Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming / Reverie (Träumerei) Performer:Edward Rosser
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Michael Krücker plays Robert Schumann Scenes from childhood Op. 15 Dreaming (Träumerei)
 
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Der renommierte deutsche Pianist Michael Krücker spielt von Robert Schumann aus den Kinderszenen Op. 15 "Träumerei". Mehr Infos: www.MichaelKruecker.de
Views: 292 pianostudiomk
Robert Schumann  -  Kinderszenen (Scenes of Childhood), Op. 15
 
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Robert Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes of Childhood), Op. 15 - Laszlo Baranyay Kinderszenen (Kinderscenen, "Scenes from Childhood"), Opus 15, by Robert Schumann, is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written in 1838. In this work, Schumann provides us with his adult reminiscences of childhood. Schumann had originally written 30 movements for this work, but chose 13 for the final version. Robert Polansky has discussed the unused movements. Nr. 7, Träumerei, is one of Schumann's best known pieces; it was the title of a 1944 German biographical film on Robert Schumann. Träumerei is also the opening and closing musical theme in the 1947 Hollywood film Song of Love, starring Katharine Hepburn as Clara Wieck Schumann. Schumann had originally labeled this work Leichte Stücke (Easy Pieces). Likewise, the section titles were only added after the completion of the music, and Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation" Movements 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen Of Foreign Lands and Peoples G major 2. Kuriose Geschichte A Curious Story D major 3. Hasche-Mann Blind Man's Bluff B minor 4. Bittendes Kind Pleading Child D major 5. Glückes genug Happy Enough D major 6. Wichtige Begebenheit An Important Event A major 7. Träumerei Dreaming F major 8. Am Kamin At the Fireside F major 9. Ritter vom Steckenpferd Knight of the Hobbyhorse C major 10. Fast zu ernst Almost Too Serious G-sharp minor 11. Fürchtenmachen Frightening E minor 12. Kind im Einschlummern Child Falling Asleep E minor 13. Der Dichter spricht The Poet Speaks G major 00:38 Scene No.1 | Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples) 02:09 Scene No.2 | Kuriose Geschichte (A Curious Story) 03:15 Scene No.3 | Hasche-Mann (Blind Man's Bluff) 03:48 Scene No.4 | Bittendes Kind (Pleading Child) 04:38 Scene No.5 | Glückes genug (Happy Enough) 05:17 Scene No.6 | Wichtige Begebenheit (An Important Event) 06:09 Scene No.7 | Träumerei (Dreaming) 08:43 Scene No.8 | Am Kamin (At the Fireside) 10:02 Scene No.9 | Ritter vom Steckenpferd (Knight of the Hobbyhorse) 10:43 Scene No.10 | Fast zu ernst (Almost Too Serious) 12:12 Scene No.11 | Fürchtenmachen (Frightening) 13:52 Scene No.12 | Kind im Einschlummern (Child Falling Asleep) 15:31 Scene No.13 | Der Dichter spricht (The Poet Speaks)
Views: 1131 M. Miriam Sch. Sch.
Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes from childhood) op. 15 (part 2)
 
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Sergey Koudriakov plays Schumann - Kinderszenen (Scenes from childhood) op. 15
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ROBERT SCHUMANN Scenes from Childhood / Träumerei
 
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"Träumerei" by Robert Schumann [1810-1856] * Piano by Dame Moura Lympany *
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Robert Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15 Dreaming [ Daniel Barenboim ]
 
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Kinderszenen, Op. 15, by Robert Schumann, is a set of thirteen pieces of music for piano written in 1838. Schumann wrote 30 movements for this work, but chose 13 for the final version. The unused movements were later published in Bunte Blätter, Op. 99, and Albumblätter, Op. 124. Discussing the set, Schumann told his wife Clara that the "thirty small, droll things" were inspired by her comment that he sometimes seemed "like a child". In 1840, he described them as "more cheerful, gentler, more melodic" than his earlier works. Movement No. 7 of the work, Träumerei, is one of Schumann's best known pieces; it is the opening and closing musical theme of the 1947 Hollywood film Song of Love, and Träumerei is the title of a 1944 German biographical film on Schumann. Originally called Leichte Stücke ("Easy Pieces"), the section titles were only added after the completion of the composition, and Schumann described them as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". Timothy D. Taylor, however, has discussed the choice of titles for this work in the context of the changing situation of music culturally and economically, stating that the final movement, entitled Der Dichter spricht (The Poet Speaks), marked a realisation among composers that, due to the decline of patronage structures in the 19th century, their musical works must take on new meanings.
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Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7 - Robert Schumann (Scenes from Childhood)
 
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Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7 by Robert Schumann From Scenes from Childhood aka Kinderszenen Träumerei (Dreaming) by Robert Schumann from his collection of 13 pieces called "Scenes From Childhood" or "Kinderszenen." This is one of Schumann's most famous pieces and also an encore favorite of the master Vladimir Horowitz. Played as my third piece for my spring adult student recital. This has quickly become one of my absolute favorite pieces to play! It is absolutely beautiful. Unfortunately I did make a couple of small mistakes, but nothing major. :) Matt Berardinelli: Piano Played on a Yamaha concert grand at Falcetti Music.
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Träumerei from 'Scenes from Childhood' Solo Flute Music
 
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Träumerei from 'Scenes from Childhood' Opus 15 by Schumann flute sheet music can be downloaded from my blog 'How To Play The Flute' http://www.howtoplaytheflute.net/traumerei-flute-sheet-music (I play it unaccompanied on this video but there is a piano part included with the sheet music). The background childhood scenes are from a home movie made in the 1930s of young children playing with chicks.
Views: 873 FlutePlayer1977
Robert Schumann Scenes From Childhood No. 7 " Traumerei"
 
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Pianist Pablo Cintron performs Robert Schumann Scene From Childhood No. 7 Traumerei.
Views: 890 Pablo Cintron
Robert Schumann - TRÄUMEREI (Scenes from Childhood Op.15) [by Vadim Chaimovich]
 
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Get recording for personal listening: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078WNMDTQ/ref=dm_ws_tlw_trk1 Robert Schumann, Träumerei from "Kinderszenen" Op. 15 (Scenes from Childhood Op.15). Live performance by Vadim Chaimovich *** Now also available for download & personal listening: Vadim Chaimovich's interpretation of Chopin's most famous "Nocturne in E-flat Major, Op. 9. No. 2", which is, with over 50 million views up to date, the most viewed single composition by Chopin on YouTube: https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric-chopin-nocturne-in-e-flat-major-op-9-no-2-single/1319685614 https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bffkxxwp4arlkq6vzfrpimaq5zy&tid=song-Tigagkp27ktpblvlmc43whrrlam https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0785GQPJS
Views: 14216 Vadim Chaimovich
"Dreaming" - Lang Lang
 
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_ Memory _ Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856) Scenes from Childhood
Views: 8285 Macnair666
Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming / Reverie Träumerei
 
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More info:https://musopen.org/music/187/robert-schumann/scenes-from-childhood-op-15/ Composer:Robert Schumann Song:Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - VII. Dreaming / Reverie (Träumerei) Performer:Donald Betts
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Robert Schumann - "Dreaming" ("Träumerei")
 
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Robert Schumann - "Dreaming" ("Träumerei") for piano from Scenes from Childhood op. 15
Träumerei (Dreaming) - From "Scenes of Childhood" Piano
 
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This song is called Dreaming, from "Scenes of Childhood." I hope you enjoy, comment and rate!
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