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Schumann: Recollections opus 68 no 28

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Robert Schumann - Album for the Young :
Recollections, Op. 68 No. 28
Recollections Op. 68 No. 28  in A Major by Schumann piano sheet music
Key: A Major Published: 1848
Level: 5 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (733 kB)


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xx Schumann Op.68 #28 (Erinnerung)
April 22, 2006, 03:08:48 AM by morton

This is a beautiful piece written by Schumann in memory of his friend Mendelssohn. Can someone help me "outline" this piece a' la Bernhard? I mean I would like to know how to plan the piece in sessions.

Is there a similar Heller piece anybody knows of?

Thanks in advance!

Morton




xx Schumann Op.68 No. 28 Remembrance
February 18, 2011, 06:30:41 PM by quaver

Here I am again needing guidance and help with chord progressions.  I am trying to teach myself and so far seem to be handling it quite well.  Measure 8  with B# in the bass has me puzzled or could this be a chromatic step up to C#.  Also measures 20 and 21 pose a challenge.  I do not know what chords belong at these two measures.  So many accidentals floating around.  Your help would be much appreciated


xx Schumann Op.68 No. 28 Remembrance
March 14, 2011, 09:18:49 PM by quaver

I am trying to figure out the harmony progressions for this piece.  I am going to try to upload the piece with my harmony notations and wondered if someone would be so kind as to check it over and see if I have figured out the harmony correctly.   The start of the 'B' section (measure 11) was a little puzzling.  I am not sure about the G natural.  I have the I(tonic) chord with a flatted 3rd, followed by the V7/V (assuming I am still in the key of E major) which I established in measure 6. The music follows if I remember how to do it!.


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