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Schumann: Piano Concerto Op. 54 in A Minor

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Robert Schumann :
Piano Concerto, Op. 54
Piano Concerto Op. 54  in A Minor by Schumann piano sheet music
Key: A Minor Year: -
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (15451 kB)

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xx Schumann Concerto 1st Movement Difficulty
January 16, 2017, 10:35:46 PM by rschuering

Im trying to learn the 1st movement of Schumann's Concerto but I'm wondering how hard you think it is.

xx Why do so many think the Schumann concerto sucks?
March 17, 2010, 04:52:59 AM by malwambi

Even those who like Schumann still think his concerto is lousy. 


I just don't get it.  I don't particularly like or dislike his concerto, but why is it so popular if it sucks so bad?

xx schumann a minor conceto
April 06, 2009, 03:03:19 AM by lohshuhan

i was watching numerious videos of the third movement of schumann's a minor concerto. 

just a question. 

would it be more appropriate to take it at Gilel's tempo  >>>  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSXSj4Z23sw

or argerich's tempo? 

xx Schumann Piano Concerto
November 24, 2008, 01:11:45 PM by tanman

me is learning it!  Cheesy

For those who have played it, what gave you the most trouble in this piece?

xx R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor
June 05, 2007, 01:22:19 AM by amelialw

Hi everyone,
                 I asked my teacher for a concerto today and she decieded to give me R.Schumann's- Piano Concerto in a minor. This is the 1st concerto that i've ever learnt so it is going to be a challenge for me. Any advice or tips welcome!

exclamation Schumann Piano Cocnerto: Pires - Abaddo
October 19, 2006, 05:50:05 PM by presto agitato

I recently got this recording and its great.

What do you think about it?

question Schumann´s Piano Concerto (Zimerman or Perahia)
September 20, 2006, 07:13:31 AM by presto agitato

This is a  hard one beacause both recordings are super IMO.

What do you think?

xx Re: Music that has brought tears to your eyes
September 16, 2006, 08:51:58 AM by pianowolfi

Beethoven op. 111, Rach first sonata, Schumann concerto with Grimaud ( yeah yeah Thal, maybe she would convert you Grin)

xx Schumann concerto with orchestra
March 06, 2006, 02:23:08 PM by crazy for ivan moravec

ok... i'm posting my performance with the orchestra of the schumann concerto. before listening to it, please prepare your kind hearts and be nice to us! Grin

the orchestra is composed of non-professional musicians, meaning they work in other fields (bankers, math teachers, students, etc.) but know how to play an instrument, thus the MCO foundation put up the orchestra for these amateur players so they can have some sort of a good serious hobby.

as for me, i have no excuse... i'm studying to be a serious musician so whatever happens, i should always be in my best shape for a performance. hehe, sad to say i wasn't in that top shape for some reasons. listening to this recording, i can't forgive myself for that crap i made esp with the 3rd movement... BUT i'm so happy that finally i was able to play with orchestra and that's more important for me, well, for now at least.

so, enjoy!!!:)

- crazy

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