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Schumann: Complete Piano Works, Vol. 11 – Schumann & E.T.A. Hoffmann

Florian Uhlig

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Fantasiestücke, Op. 12  
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No. 1, Des Abends
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:32
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No. 2, Aufschwung
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:01
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No. 3, Warum?
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
2:09
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No. 4, Grillen
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:38
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No. 5, In der Nacht
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
4:00
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No. 6, Fabel
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
2:34
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No. 7, Traumes Wirren
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
2:38
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No. 8, Ende vom Lied
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
5:14
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Anh. Feurigst (Con fuoco)
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
1:18
Kreisleriana, Op. 16  
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I. Äußerst bewegt
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
2:13
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II. Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
7:38
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III. Sehr aufgeregt
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
4:28
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IV. Sehr langsam
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:46
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V. Sehr lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:11
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VI. Sehr langsam
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:50
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VII. Sehr rasch
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
2:11
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VIII. Schnell und spielend
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:47
Nachtstücke, Op. 23  
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No. 1, Mehr langsam, oft zurückhaltend
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
4:26
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No. 2, Markiert und lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
4:46
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No. 3, Mit großer Lebhaftigkeit
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:32
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No. 4, Ad libitum - Einfach
Robert Schumann; Florian Uhlig
3:00
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:52
Several attempts have been made over the last sixty years or so to record all of Robert Schumann’s works for solo piano, a fascinating cosmos full of variety that ranges from extremely virtuosic pieces for the concert hall to valuable literature for piano tuition. This attractive but difficult quest has unfortunately been marked by a lack of the necessary care, not to mention purely artistic deficiencies, so that none of the releases deserves the name “complete recording”. Since Schumann published several works in two more or less different versions, it is not legitimate in a “complete recording” to include only one of the versions, let alone to amalgamate two of them. Moreover, works published at remote places as well as unpublished works and fragments that could easily be completed without too much speculation, have so far been taken into account only in exceptional cases. Florian Uhlig’s release is the first genuine complete recording of Robert Schumann’s works for solo piano. The pianist for the first time attempts to present all the original piano works between 1830 (Abegg Variations op. 1) and 1854 (Theme and Variations in E flat Major), using the latest critical editions and/or first editions. The release includes several first recordings.
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