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Humoreske In B Flat

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  1. Jul 20,  · Schumann’s penchant for “laughing and crying” bore fruit in with the creation in Vienna of his Humoreske in B-flat Major, a sectionalized suite whose material Schumann recycled, in part, in his Manfred incidental music.
  2. The Humoreske in B flat major, Op 20, is not, as its title might suggest, a short and capricious character piece like the examples by Dvořák, Grieg, Reger and others, but a piano cycle on a scale to match that of the Davidsbündlertänze.
  3. 'Do you not know Jean Paul, our great writer? I have learnt more counterpoint from him than from my music teacher'. Jean Paul's 'Vorschule der Ästhetik' with its extensive treatment of humour probably occasioned Schumann to think of giving a Piano work the title 'Humoreske' – thus giving birth to a new musical genre. The 'romantic humour' is not, however, aimed at humour in a modern sense.
  4. Humoreske (Schumann); Grande Humoresque; フモレスケ (シューマン); Юмореска: Name Aliases Юмореска (Шуман) Authorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: ; BNF: c: Composer Schumann, Robert: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IRS 61 Key B-flat major Movements/Sections.
  5. R. Schumann: Humoreske In B Flat Major / Toccata In C Major / Phantasiestücke, an album by Robert Schumann, Paolo Giacometti on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. 0 videos - Watch awesome short videos created with ♬ Dvorák: Humoresque in G-Flat Major, Op. No. 7, B. No. 7.
  7. Variations and Fugue on a Theme of J.S. Bach, Op. 81 / Max Reger (Wolf Harden, piano) --Humoreske in B flat major, Op. 20 / Robert Schumann (Wolf Harden, piano). Medium of Performance: piano: Other Titles: Variations and fugue on a theme of J.S. Bach. Humoresque, Responsibility: Robert Schumann.
  8. rows · Originally entitled "Grosse Humoreske," this piece has been regarded by some .
  9. Jun 01,  · LISZT: Sonata in B Minor; SCHUMANN: Humoreske in B-flat Major, Op. 20; KNUSSEN: Ophelia’s Last Dance – Kirill Gerstein, piano – Myrios Classics MYR, [Distr. By Allegro] ****: I specifically requested this disc, my having reviewed Russian pianist Kirill Gerstein (b. ) in concert–playing precisely the Liszt B Minor Sonata.

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