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Schumann: Fantasies & Fairy Tales

Aapo Häkkinen, Réka Szilvay, Dmitry Sinkovsky, Alexander Rudin, Asko Heiskanen

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Fantasiestücke, Op. 88  
1
No. 1, Romanze
Robert Schumann; Réka Szilvay; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
2:54
2
No. 2, Humoreske
Robert Schumann; Réka Szilvay; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
5:13
3
No. 3, Duett
Robert Schumann; Réka Szilvay; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
3:48
4
No. 4, Finale
Robert Schumann; Réka Szilvay; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
5:15
Adagio und Allegro, Op. 70  
5
I. Langsam, mit innigem Ausdruck
Robert Schumann; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
4:25
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II. Rasch und feurig
Robert Schumann; Alexander Rudin; Aapo Häkkinen
5:21
Fantasiestücke, Op. 73  
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No. 1, Zart und mit Ausdruck
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Aapo Häkkinen
3:35
8
No. 2, Lebhaft, leicht
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Aapo Häkkinen
2:48
9
No. 3, Rasch und mit Feuer
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Aapo Häkkinen
4:13
Märchenbilder, Op. 113 (Version for Viola & Piano)  
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I. Nicht schnell
Robert Schumann; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
4:09
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II. Lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
3:57
12
III. Rasch
Robert Schumann; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
3:10
13
IV. Langsam, mit melancholischen Ausdruck
Robert Schumann; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
5:01
3 Fantasiestücke, Op. 111  
14
No. 1, Sehr rasch, mit leidenschaftlichem Vortrag
Robert Schumann; Aapo Häkkinen
2:08
15
No. 2, Ziemlich langsam
Robert Schumann; Aapo Häkkinen
4:06
16
No. 3, Kräftig und sehr markiert
Robert Schumann; Aapo Häkkinen
3:52
Märchenerzählungen, Op. 132 (Version for Clarinet, Viola & Piano)  
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I. Lebhaft, nicht zu schnell
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
3:14
18
II. Lebhaft und sehr markiert
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
3:39
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III. Ruhiges Tempo, mit zartem Ausdruck
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
3:49
20
IV. Lebhaft, sehr markiert
Robert Schumann; Asko Heiskanen; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Aapo Häkkinen
5:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:38
Robert Schumann is in many ways typical of the age in which he lived, combining in his music a number of the principal characteristics of Romanticism, as he did in his life. Schumann’s literary sensibility was exceptionally receptive to the ideas of fantasy and fairy tale. His poetic Hausmusik-music for domestic consumption- represents a motion from the outer to the inner world. This recording explores these affiliations in a unique way as most of the performances are the first to have been recorded on period instruments. The clarinet is a replica of the early 19th century type Schumann knew, all three string instruments use gut strings while the piano is an original 1843 Pleyel, and the music’s intimacy and volatility are significantly intensified through their use.
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