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#1260166 - 09/01/09 08:54 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Gerry Armstrong]  
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Technically, Peyton is only up for one piece, Kinderszenen, and even of that he is so modest as to only play excerpts and leave the other parts to someone else wink


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#1260171 - 09/01/09 09:06 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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Originally Posted by Schubertian
Duplicates, extemporizing, re-writing - it's all good.

I think duplication is fine for this recital if we have people that want to play the same things. It might be a little awkward to have duplications, given some of the talent here, but I don't make the rules smile

I'm not that familiar with a lot of Schumann, and it's been a while since I've tried this, but I've wanted to get "Fast zu ernst" (Kinderszenen no.10) polished up for a while now. Put me down for that? I'll keep looking for others.

#1260178 - 09/01/09 09:21 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: buck2202]  
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Actually I think it would be kind of fun to have different interpretations of the same works.


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#1260214 - 09/01/09 10:27 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]  
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I'm not miffed, honestly. And please don't think I'm picking on you because that was certainly not my intention as I also enjoy the friendly atmosphere in this forum.

I'm just pointing out that if the idea of a recital such as this is to try and get as many people to participate as possible, then surely it would make sense to give everyone some time to declare an interest in taking part and select a piece before others start adding 2nd, 3rd, 4th pieces?

Just my opinion of course, others may disagree which is fair enough.



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#1260217 - 09/01/09 10:29 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]  
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Originally Posted by Peyton
Actually I think it would be kind of fun to have different interpretations of the same works.


I'm not sure my efforts will be good enough to count as an "interpretation"!! grin


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#1260228 - 09/01/09 10:49 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]  
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No, no one is limited to one piece, nor is anyone limited in their selection - extemporaneous variations, re-writes, channelling Schumann's spirit on the Astral - it's all good - duplicate entries also ok with me -

I'm hoping for the video of a modernist, interpretive dance from someone (not me) for example -



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong?
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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#1260234 - 09/01/09 10:59 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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Schubertian, I'd be interested in Kinderszenen 15/3 if it's not yet taken. Thanks!

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#1260249 - 09/01/09 11:16 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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Originally Posted by Schubertian
No, no one is limited to one piece, nor is anyone limited in their selection - extemporaneous variations, re-writes, channelling Schumann's spirit on the Astral - it's all good - duplicate entries also ok with me -



In that case, please put me down for Op15 No.1.


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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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#1260252 - 09/01/09 11:18 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Mati]  
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Originally Posted by Mati
Schubertian, I'd be interested in Kinderszenen 15/3 if it's not yet taken. Thanks!

Mateusz

Looks like we should end up with all of Kinderszenen covered. That will be sweet!

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#1260276 - 09/01/09 11:44 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Peyton]  
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Yes, that is a possibility -

Now there are still 2 unclaimed movements to the piano concerto - ? - anyone?


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#1260545 - 09/01/09 07:21 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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*bump*


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#1260691 - 09/01/09 10:17 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Horowitzian]  
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Originally Posted by Horowitzian
-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.


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There's no need for you to back out unless something comes up. smile


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Frycek - the Schumannians are beginning to suspect your thoughts are not ideologically pure.


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#1260772 - 09/02/09 12:49 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]  
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Originally Posted by -Frycek
Originally Posted by Horowitzian
-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.

Gee, Horowitzian, there really was no need to offer since Frycek hadn't requested a back up.

Please stay, Frycek!


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#1260825 - 09/02/09 03:37 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: jazzyprof]  
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Frycek, the Grand Piano World Society of Chopin Lovers hereby grant you the permission to participate in Schumannians recital and issue an order to do so, staying with your Traumerei in line and not giving it to Horowitzian unless *absolutely* necessary. Such a necessity will need to be proven with strong evidence to be accepted. ;-)

But, seriously, Frycek, stay! I want to hear your Schumann smile

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#1260863 - 09/02/09 07:23 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Mati]  
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Frycek... don't even THINK of backing out!! smile Horowizian, is there any chance you could contribute Traumeri as well? As Shubertian says "Duplicates, extemporizing, re-writing - it's all good." We can't ever have too much Traumeri!


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Hear the words of the anti-Schumann Frycek: "Someone has to do it", "You can have it an welcome". Is a Struggle Session called for?

Seriously F - you've got 10 months to decide if you want to do this thing or not, and if you do, what you might like to play. We would all be delighted to hear your contribution - as we always are. But it is just for fun you know -


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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra; jdhampton924
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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Hi Schubertian,

Can I sign up for Bunte Blätter op 99 #4 (Albumblatt 1) please.

The first short piece that Pletnev plays on this YouTube vid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA2qRErm2mY

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by jazzyprof
Originally Posted by -Frycek
Originally Posted by Horowitzian
-Frycek, if for some reason you need to back out, I have Träumerei performance ready at any time.


You can have it and welcome.

Gee, Horowitzian, there really was no need to offer since Frycek hadn't requested a back up.

Please stay, Frycek!


I was trying to be nice...but I see it didn't work out. frown I apologize for even posting it.

-Frycek, please do stay. I do not want Träumerei. For those who want to hear it, I plan to share a recording at some point, separate from any ecital. smile


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LaValse - you got it!

Did you know Brahms made a set of variations for the little piece - it is a haunting melody



Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi, pianoloverus (alternate ending)
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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I really hope someone decides to play the Geistervariationen. They're so beautiful especially when one considers under what conditions they were composed.


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#1261547 - 09/03/09 04:03 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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Originally Posted by Schubertian
LaValse - you got it!

Did you know Brahms made a set of variations for the little piece - it is a haunting melody



Thanks. I read somewhere recently that a couple of people did variatiions on it - remembered Clara Schumann but not Brahms - thanks - I'll look them up...

PS: I'm happy to provide free upload/web space for this (and other) recitals should you need it...

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OK, I'll stay, though if anyone has strong feelings about Traeumerie I'll happily relinquish it. I jumped in with it since I'm on a repetoire rehabilition kick and it was a good way to insure I polish that one up.


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Frycek - this is not a 1=person-one-piece deal - or a 1-piece-1-person thing either - if your rep is in rehab then go for it - consider yourself ideologically rehabilitated as well - by the Committee


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Papillons Op 2 - DameMyra
Toccata Op. 7 - sotto voce
Carnaval Op 9: Chiarina - Peyton
Fantasiestuecke (selections) Op. 12 - Akonow
Kinderszenen Op 15 #1 (Von Fremden Laendern und Menschen) - Peyton, Gerry Armstrong
Kinderszenen Op 15 #2 (Kuriose Geschichte) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #3 (Hasche Mann) - Mati
Kinderszenen Op 15 #4 (Bittendes Kind) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #6 (Wichtige Begebenheit) - Peyton
Kinderszenen Op 15 #7 (Traeumerie) - Frycek, (Horowitzian as backup)
Kinderszenen Op 15 #8 (Am Kamin) - HomeInMyShoes
Kinderszenen Op 15 #10 (Fast zu ernst) - Buck2202
Kinderszenen Op 15 #12(Kind im Einschlummern) - Chris W dup1
Kinderszenen Op 15 #13 (Der Dichter spricht) - Horowitzian
Fantasie Op 17 - Nyiregyhazi, pianoloverus (alternate ending)
Arabeque, Op. 18 - Heidiv
Novellette Op. 21 #1 - jazzyprof
Sonata Op 22 - wr
Myrten Op 25 #1 (Widmung); Trans. Liszt - Phlebas
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op 26 - jdhampton
3 Romanzen, Op. 28 - Schubertian
Dichterliebe, Op 48 (selections, transcriptions by T. Kirchner) - Schubertian
Piano Concerto Op 54: Intermezzo - timmyab
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #10 (Frohlicher Landmann) - epf
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #12 (Knecht Ruprecht) - SamSmith
Album fur die Jugend Op 68 #14 (Kleine Etude) - Bunneh
Waldszenen Op 82 #7 (Vogel als Prophet) - gerg
Waldszenen Op 82 #9(Abschied) - sotto voce
Bunte Blaetter Op 99 #4 (Ziemlich langzam) - LaValse
Albumblaetter Op 124 #6 (Wiegenliedchen) - ddh


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#1261733 - 09/03/09 11:31 AM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: -Frycek]  
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Originally Posted by -Frycek
OK, I'll stay, though if anyone has strong feelings about Traeumerie I'll happily relinquish it. I jumped in with it since I'm on a repetoire rehabilition kick and it was a good way to insure I polish that one up.


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As I said you are more than welcome to it! I look forward to hearing your interpretation. cool


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#1261842 - 09/03/09 02:07 PM Re: Announcing Schumann E-cital, June 8 2010 [Re: Schubertian]  
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Originally Posted by Schubertian
Frycek - this is not a 1=person-one-piece deal - or a 1-piece-1-person thing either - if your rep is in rehab then go for it - consider yourself ideologically rehabilitated as well - by the Committee

Everyone can play Träumerei! wink


Bach - WTC I in C major & C minor (BWV 846-847)
Mozart - Sonata K 282
Chopin - Polonaises Op 26
Schumann - Fantasiestücke Op 12
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