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Robert Schumann: Fairy Tales op. 132: Ensemble de Chambre

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COMPOSITEUR: Robert Schumann
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partitions et parties
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Conducteur + Parties
ÉDITEUR: Schott Music
The Fairy-Tale Narratives (Märchenerzählungen) for B-flat Clarinet (ad libitum Violin), Viola and Piano, Op. 132, belong to the few Schumann works that were composed, revised and published in a short time: composed in Düsseldorf, at beginning of October 1853, the new composition was already offered
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Compositeur Robert Schumann
Éditeur Elisa Novara
Description Instrument Group Ensemble de Chambre
Instrumentation Ensemble de Chambre
Instrumentation Clarinet, Viola and Piano
Type de produit Partitions et parties
Description Product Type Conducteur + Parties
Niveau de difficulté INTERMEDIATE-ADV
Grade of Difficulty Band Grade 3,5
Éditeur Schott Music
Année de publication 2018
Nombre de Pages 44
ISMN 9790001165297
UPC 841886031678
Edition Number ED 22751
SCHED22751
Description
The Fairy-Tale Narratives (Märchenerzählungen) for B-flat Clarinet (ad libitum Violin), Viola and Piano, Op. 132, belong to the few Schumann works that were composed, revised and published in a short time: composed in Düsseldorf, at beginning of October 1853, the new composition was already offered for publication to the Breitkopf & Härtel publishing house on 3 November and printed in February 1854.Composition and publication of the Märchenerzählungen were accompanied, though, by difficult times, the final days before the composer was admitted to the psychiatric clinic in Endenich. The work’s reception lies in the shadow of the last creative period: The pieces were associated with his life’s darker phases and were very little played.The Märchenerzählungen transmit Schumann’s single work for this unusual piano trio with viola and clarinet. The only well-known earlier example in this setting at that time is Mozart’s “Kegelstatt” Trio K 498 (composed in 1786). Schumann was certainly already acquainted with the work from his Leipzig years – it was played in one of the “quartet sessions” in 1829.
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