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Schumann: Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7 in F Major

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Robert Schumann - Kinderszenen :
Träumerei, Op. 15 No. 7
Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7  in F Major by Schumann piano sheet music
Key: F Major Year: 1839
Level: 7 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Instructive - all parts (210 kB)
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piano music mp3 recording Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7 - FREE SAMPLE (mp3 file)

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xx Robert Schumann - Traumeri, Opus 15, No. 7 - Enzo
March 14, 2011, 03:36:35 PM by emill

Sometimes the practice session sounds much better and I feel this is one of those. I am glad that on that day we were also experimenting with microphone placement and was able to record the practice. This was almost 3 years ago but Enzo has never gotten to finish it. However, I heard him play it a bit the other day while trying to relax from the tons of schoolwork he must finish as school here is winding down in 2 weeks and it will be summer vacation.  We would appreciate any comments in anticipation of Enzo finally finishing the piece.

about the recording:  We were able to borrow 2 good microphones then, but made the mistake of recording it in a tape recorder.  The audio was longer than the video .. heheh Roll Eyes Thanks to my audiophile friend who did some splicing.  He also applied a little DSP to make it appear that the room is much bigger. It sounds definitely better.

xx Polonaise A flat major op.53 and Träumerei
March 21, 2010, 03:59:23 PM by adapa

Comments and advice are really appreciated!

xx Traumerei by Robert Schumann [VIDEO]
March 05, 2010, 10:29:22 PM by philiphotchkiss

Hi Everyone:

I'm new to this forum and look forward to learning from each of you and sharing the music. I posted this rehearsal video on YouTube yesterday. The missed note in the RH confirms that it's really me playing Wink

Again, I'm looking forward to getting to know all of you and to listening to your recordings and watching your videos.

xx Question about Schumann's Traumerei
June 13, 2009, 10:43:26 AM by dannycyc

Question about Schumann's Traumerei

Traumerir's free PDF music sheet download at:
[link removed by moderator]

In the second measure:

The F chord has 4 notes: C3, F3, A3 and C4 (middle C)

The right hand plays F3 and C4 (middle C)
The left hand plays  C3 and A3

Question if I play these notes, then the "A3" note for the left hand
is higher than the "F3" note for the right hand.

Is this right?

Can I use my right thumb to play C4 and my left hand to play C3, F3 and A3?

If this is also OK, why doesn't the score write in this way?

Thank you for your help!

xx Robert Alexander Schumann_Traumerei/Reverie/Dreaming op.15 no.7 from Kinderszen.
August 08, 2008, 01:18:08 PM by jej

Me playing RObert Alexander Schumann`s Traumerei.

please comment

god bless you all


xx Schumann, Träumerei
February 26, 2007, 03:03:20 PM by ail

Hi all,

I made last night my first experience at recording. This is the result. I have used a digital piano because I haven't got access to an accoustic. I made the recording by linking the Line-Out directly to the stereo entrance of my PC and used a free-ware program to convert to MP3. I hope the quality of the recording is Ok, I had to fiddle a lot with the volume so that I wouldn't lose quality on the louder parts, but I think the grave sounds are too soft and go unnoticed.

Anyway, I'm more interested in playing advice than technicalities. I'm mostly a self-taught piano player, I'm 30 years old, almost 31, and though I have learned to play as a kid, I stopped having classes when I was 9. I had lessons for seven months with a private teacher last year, and made an exam at the conservatory but I failed. The teacher that had accompanied me, though, said that he could help me no longer, and that paradoxically I was at a level that required a better teacher than him or a school... neither of which I can afford to pay, sadly :-(

I upload this piece here because it's one I can play more or less comfortably, though I have no idea of how to do a proper interpretation. I feel indeed that I'm too irregular in the tempo here, but I welcome any and all criticism that you can make. I do not hide that I will try to use what ever you tell me to evolve as a pianist. My aim is not grand, as I do not seek to play for large audiences, but I would like to play for friends. On the other hand, I have some personal ambitious goals, as some of the pieces I would like to play some day are presumably of the most difficult in the repertoire. But I'm willing to go by little steps, and if you can help me in that, I will be enormously grateful to you.

Thank you for your patience and eventual support.

Alex Miranda

xx Schumann - Traumeri
December 21, 2006, 03:29:11 AM by faj

I personally quite happy with this recording, but still want to hear any advice/ comments .

Best Regards,

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