℗ 2015 Naxos
Duration 1h 17m 13s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.573399
Release Date February 3, 2015
Genre Classical
 

Schumann: Carnaval, Davidsbündlertänze & Papillons

Boris Giltburg

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Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6  
1.1
No. 1. Lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:52
1.2
No. 2. Innig
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:26
1.3
No. 3. Mit Humor
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:35
1.4
No. 4. Ungeduldig
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:52
1.5
No. 5. Einfach
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:51
1.6
No. 6. Sehr rasch
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:59
1.7
No. 7. Nicht schnell
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
3:25
1.8
No. 8. Frisch
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:08
1.9
No. 9. Lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:46
1.10
No. 10. Balladenmassig, sehr rasch
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:40
1.11
No. 11. Einfach
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:37
1.12
No. 12. Mit Humor
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:44
1.13
No. 13. Wild und lustig
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
3:31
1.14
No. 14. Zart und singend
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:54
1.15
No. 15. Frisch
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:50
1.16
No. 16. Mit gutem Humor
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:39
1.17
No. 17. Wie aus der Ferne
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
2:59
1.18
No. 18. Nicht schnell
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:44
Papillons, Op. 2  
1.19
Introduzione - I. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:58
1.20
II. Prestissimo
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:17
1.21
III. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:49
1.22
IV. Presto
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:39
1.23
V. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:14
1.24
VI. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:09
1.25
VII. Semplice
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:50
1.26
VIII. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:57
1.27
IX. Prestissimo
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:43
1.28
X. Vivo
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
2:03
1.29
XI. —
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
2:31
1.30
XII. Finale
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
2:16
Carnaval, Op. 9  
1.31
No. 1. Preambule
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
2:34
1.32
No. 2. Pierrot
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:13
1.33
No. 3. Arlequin
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:06
1.34
No. 4. Valse noble
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:21
1.35
No. 5. Eusebius
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:56
1.36
No. 6. Florestan
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:03
1.37
No. 7. Coquette
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:14
1.38
No. 8. Replique
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:55
1.39
No. 9. Papillons
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:51
1.40
No. 10. ASCH - SCHA (Lettres dansantes)
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:47
1.41
No. 11. Chiarina
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:31
1.42
No. 12. Chopin
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:22
1.43
No. 13. Estrella
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:28
1.44
No. 14. Reconnaissance
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:49
1.45
No. 15. Pantalon et Colombine
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:11
1.46
No. 16. Valse allemande
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:54
1.47
No. 17. Intermezzo: Paganini
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:25
1.48
No. 18. Aveu
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:26
1.49
No. 19. Promenade
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
1:59
1.50
No. 20. Pause
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
0:19
1.51
No. 21. Marche des Davidsbundler contre les Philistins
Robert Schumann; Boris Giltburg
3:51
Digital Booklet
Duration    1h 17m 13s
The three works on this recording are collections of short pieces, strung together to create a cohesive whole, a form which Schumann himself invented, developed and brought to perfection. Young award-winning pianist Boris Giltburg interprets Carnaval, one of Schumann's most popular pieces; a display of both technique and emotion. The programme is rounded out with Davidsbündlertänze ("Dances of the League of David") and Papillons ("Butterflies").
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded in the Concert Hall, Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, UK, from 28th to 30th June, 2014 Producer: Andrew Keener • Engineer: Phil Rowlands Editor: Matthew Bennett Booklet notes: Boris Giltburg Cover photograph: Eric Richmond

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