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Schumann: Carnaval Op. 9

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Robert Schumann :
Carnaval, Op. 9
Carnaval Op. 9  by Schumann piano sheet music
Key: n/a Published: 1835
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (6480 kB)


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xx More on Carnaval Op9 by Schumann...
April 22, 2002, 11:38:07 PM by stokes

What do you think about this piece? It is for sure a hilarious collection of pieces, but how serious minded do you think Schumann was when composing this piece? It includes several very beautiful pieces but some of them are "destroyed" by their dymanical markings, I think. Most clearly, the very beatiful "Chopin" that has all the sF's in the left hand. Was it just a way for Schumann to make fun of Chopin?? What about the other names in this carnaval. Where did he get them all from, except those several variations of Clara?
By the way....does any of you play the Sphinxes?


xx Carnaval Sphinxes, What is it?
March 14, 2003, 05:51:40 AM by frederic

What is it? I mean i have a copy of Carnaval and after No. 8 there is a title Sphinxes and under that, 3 bars of really strange looking notes.
It says it shouldn't be played.
But how exactly do you play 3 bars of strange looking notes?
Why shouldn't pianists play it?
Sorry, im not familiar to this work and i am just starting to explore Schmann's work more carefully.




xx Schumann - Carnaval Op.9
January 09, 2006, 05:29:44 PM by mig

This recording was made a couple of months ago. Hope you enjoy it!


xx Schumann's Carnaval favourite piece
December 03, 2007, 01:47:31 PM by frigo

I think 'Chiarina' is quite nice...
 Grin


xx IDENTIFY THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE PLEASE
December 13, 2007, 01:31:39 PM by lostinidlewonder

I can recall playing the first few bars of this but I can't for the life of me remember what it is. Please if you know put me out of my misery.


xx Schumann's---Carnaval---practice advice
March 22, 2008, 04:57:54 PM by kitty on the keys

I am starting this great piece---Where should I begin with first----and any helpful hints for Paganini. Thanks

Kitty on the keys


xx Schumann's Carnaval
June 25, 2008, 04:57:08 PM by healdie

Hello i have purcharsed Schumann's Carnaval and would like to eventually learn all of it but some of it is definatly out of my skill range at the minute, so which would pieces within Carnaval would you all say are the easiest to approach first? Thanks alot


xx Trying to identify a Schubert piece
November 20, 2008, 12:31:05 AM by tim3001

Hi everyone,

I saw a great French movie called "Séraphine" in which one of the character plays a Schubert piece I think, and I'm trying to identify it.
It can be heard at the beginning of this making-of :
http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/search/seraphine/video/x70609_seraphine-par-phvandendriessche_shortfilms

If someone would be kind enough to give me the name of the piano work we hear at the beginning I would be very grateful.
Thanks,

Tim.


xx schumann-- carnaval!
August 23, 2009, 04:31:21 AM by welltemperedpianist

dear listeners
here is schumann's carnaval at a recital i played.
it's still relatively new (started it this summer) & i absolutely love the piece so i would love some feedback

thank you in advance! Smiley


xx Does anyone know the name of this piece?
October 12, 2009, 12:59:30 PM by lyurealm

Hello, first of all i want to introduce myself. I'm a student from Spain, i don't know to play piano but it's my favourite instrument, i always listen piano pieces while i'm studing and when i want to relax. I've been reading this forum for long time now, and i want to ask you people if anyone knows this piece, it's pretty nice to me:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpUxBYebDbI

Any help is welcome, thank you in advance, =)


xx Fatigue in Schumann
April 05, 2010, 11:51:26 AM by rienzi

Has anybody any suggestions for limiting the fatigue I feel in the LH when practising the final march from Carnaval. It's caused by the repetitiveness of the LH movement which begins at the "molto piu vivace" section. I try to keep my arms as "loose" as possible when playing these passages but Schumann affords the player little time for recovery before he requires you to do the same thing over again.


xx Schumann's Carnaval op. 9 (first movement)
October 10, 2013, 11:12:02 PM by thesixthsensemusic

Hello there,

I've spent most of the last months learning, amongst other things, pieces from the Carnaval. This is the first recording I made of any of them, more are to follow but I am eager to check out how my first attempt sits with the PS community;



This was a significant challenge to learn, and there's still too many wrong notes but no derailments. The recording quality is not great. Unfortunately I pressed the wrong button on my Clavinova so the MIDI I thought I was recording for audio playback was not recorded after all or else I'd have added the audio straight from the piano as an mp3.

Thanks in advance for listening and possible feedback,

kindest regards, Peter


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