Schumann  Robert  Kinderszenen  Ens13
Robert Schumann
Kinderszenen op. 15
for brass quintet
Arrangeur: Peter Knudsvig
intermediate Duration: 15' Rekkenze Brass Quintet

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Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

Robert Schumann, born on June 8, 1810, in Zwickau, Germany, was a prominent composer and influential music critic of the Romantic era. Initially destined for a legal career, Schumann's passion for music led him to study piano with Friedrich Wieck. Despite a hand injury that derailed his dreams of becoming a virtuoso pianist, Schumann channeled his artistic expression into composition. He created...
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About Kinderszenen

Schumann's best work for piano

The "Kinderszenen" is certainly one of Schumann's best work for piano. Every one of the 13 movements is a masterpiece by itself. His sense of phrasing was one of his greatest gifts as a composer. It pervades all his music but most especially the "Kinderszenen" wich makes them well suited for wind instruments. Each movement depicts a different scene of a child's life.

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Instrumentation
2 trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba
Composed
1838
Genre
romantic
Published
1999
Publisher
Editions Bim