"Schumann soaked into my life not too fast. It might have been the over intertwining of inner voices... it might have been the broad spectrum of his emotions that needed time to mature and grow within myself... I did not fall in love with him at first sight as I did with Chopin. Processing his music at times felt heavy. It was like a map in which I had to discover the evolvement of my own searching. The inner struggles, the layers of his wandering spirit embedded in his music either subtle or obvious way (with his own marking) brought me deeper into the cave of my own inner world. To understand him and to ultimately empathize with him required integrity and effort. Nevertheless, contrary to this weight, the duality of Florestan and Eusebius and many between them lift off the certain seriousness in my approach to his music. His music evokes the lightness of the existence. Perhaps the distance which enabled him to observe the alter egos within himself is the humor to his music. I learned to love him in time more than any other composers, most firmly, closely and freely to my heart." (Klara Min)
"Schumann soaked into my life not too fast. It might have been the over intertwining of inner voices... it might have been the broad spectrum of his emotions that needed time to mature and grow within myself... I did not fall in love with him at first sight as I did with Chopin. Processing his music at times felt heavy. It was like a map in which I had to discover the evolvement of my own searching. The inner struggles, the layers of his wandering spirit embedded in his music either subtle or obvious way (with his own marking) brought me deeper into the cave of my own inner world. To understand him and to ultimately empathize with him required integrity and effort. Nevertheless, contrary to this weight, the duality of Florestan and Eusebius and many between them lift off the certain seriousness in my approach to his music. His music evokes the lightness of the existence. Perhaps the distance which enabled him to observe the alter egos within himself is the humor to his music. I learned to love him in time more than any other composers, most firmly, closely and freely to my heart." (Klara Min)
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Arabesque / Kreisleriana
Artist: Klara Min
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1. Arabesque In C Major, Op. 18
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2. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: I. Äußerst Bewegt
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3. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: II. Sehr Innig Und Nicht Zu Rasch
4. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: III. Sehr Aufgeregt
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5. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: IV. Sehr Langsam
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6. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: V. Sehr Lebhaft
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7. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: VI. Sehr Langsam
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8. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: VII. Sehr Rasch
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9. Kreisleriana, Op. 16: VIII. Schnell Und Spielend
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10. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 1, Préambule
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11. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 2, Pierrot
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12. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 3, Arlequin
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13. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 4, Valse Noble
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14. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 5, Eusebius
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15. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 6, Florestan
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16. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 7, Coquette
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17. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 8, Replique
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18. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 9, Papillons
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19. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 10, Lettres Dansantes
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20. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 11, Chiarina
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21. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 12, Chopin
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22. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 13, Estrella
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23. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 14, Reconnaissance
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24. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 15, Pantalon Et Colombine
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25. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 16, Valse Allemande
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26. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 17, Paganini
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27. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 18, Aveu
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28. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 19, Promenade
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29. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 20, Pause
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30. Carnaval, Op. 9: No. 21, Marche Des Davidsbündler Contre Les Philistins
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"Schumann soaked into my life not too fast. It might have been the over intertwining of inner voices... it might have been the broad spectrum of his emotions that needed time to mature and grow within myself... I did not fall in love with him at first sight as I did with Chopin. Processing his music at times felt heavy. It was like a map in which I had to discover the evolvement of my own searching. The inner struggles, the layers of his wandering spirit embedded in his music either subtle or obvious way (with his own marking) brought me deeper into the cave of my own inner world. To understand him and to ultimately empathize with him required integrity and effort. Nevertheless, contrary to this weight, the duality of Florestan and Eusebius and many between them lift off the certain seriousness in my approach to his music. His music evokes the lightness of the existence. Perhaps the distance which enabled him to observe the alter egos within himself is the humor to his music. I learned to love him in time more than any other composers, most firmly, closely and freely to my heart." (Klara Min)