In one movement. With a preface. This piece was composed in 1855, when Weiss was only 22. The music is a florid nocturne. Of moderate to advanced difficulty.
With preface by the editor.
Edited from the sources by Joachim Draheim. Notes on interpretation and fin- gering by Jozef De Beenhouwer. Facsimile plate of an albumleaf for Marie Wiec from the Schumann Archive in Zwickau.
A new edition of Schumann's three lyric pieces. Parts are provided for oboe (or violin) and clarinet in A. Based on the text of the old Schumann Complete Edition. With an afterword in German and English.
This work was one of many for solo instrument and piano composed by Schumann in 1849. While best suited for horn, even the first edition noted alternatives for violin or cello. With a preface in German and English.
Schumann composed this work in February of 1849, at the beginning of a string of pieces for solo instrument and piano. This edition is based on the first printing of 1849, by Luckhardt. With a preface in German and English.
Clara Schumann composed these pieces in 1853, after a long absence from composing. She wrote them with Joseph Joachim in mind, and the two often performed them together. With a preface in German and English.
With preface, notes and Revisionsbericht. Facsimile of the title page of the first printing of the parts (1841).
These short pieces were some of Clara's best-known works in the 19th century. They were dedicated to her half-sister, Marie Wieck, a mediocre pianist. The Pieces fugitives received a sympahetic, yet somewhat condescending review indicative of the times' prevailing arrogance towards women composers.
With extensive preface in German and English by the editor.
Dedicated to Johannes Brahms. Preface in German and English by the editor and bibliography.
With preface by the editor. Instrumentation. Duration: ca. 33 minutes.
This new edition of Schumann's 4th Symphony is based on the first edition of the second version, which was overseen by the composer and is practically free of errors. The "Revisionsbericht" provides and account of specific editorial matters.
With post-face by the editor.
Editor's Foreword and Preface, instrumentation. Duration : ca. 30 minutes.
Schumann composed this work in 1850, but it did not begin to enter the repertoire until the end of the 19th century. This critical edition is based on the first edition of the parts and piano reduction, as well as the autograph score. With a preface.
The three pieces : Marchen; Serenata; Kultaselle. With preface by the editor.
Most of the pieces in this volume were composed for children. Includes: 12 vierhändige Klavierstücke, op. 85; Klavierstücke zu vier Händen, op. 85 anh.; and Kinderball, op. 130. With a preface and critical notes. Fingering and notes on performance by Noriko Ishikawa Kratzer and Manfred Kratzer.
Version without preface and notes on interpretation.
This volume of piano duets by Schumann includes VIII Polonaises, Anh. G1; Bilder aus Osten, Op. 66; Ball-Szenen, Op. 109; and an arrangement by Friedrich Gustav Jansen of the Fantasiestücke for Clarinet and Piano. With a preface in German, English and French; and one facsimile plate.
In four movements. With critical notes in German. This edition of Schumann's piano quartet is based on several different manuscript sources.
In one movement. The title translates to Bear's Dance. Of moderate difficulty.