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Schumann : Bunte Blätter / C. Wieck : Variations Op. 20 / Brahms : Variations Op. 9

Claire Désert

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Schumann : Bunte Blätter / C. Wieck : Variations Op. 20 / Brahms : Variations Op. 9

Claire Désert

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1
Drei Stücklein : I. Nicht schnell, mit Innigkeit
00:02:08

Claire Désert, piano

2
Drei Stücklein : II. Sehr rasch
00:00:54

Claire Désert, piano

3
Drei Stücklein : III. Frisch
00:00:50

Claire Désert, piano

4
Albumblätter : I. Ziemlich langsam
00:01:49

Claire Désert, piano

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Albumblätter : II. Schnell
00:00:44

Claire Désert, piano

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Albumblätter : III. Ziemlich langsam
00:02:05

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Albumblätter : IV. Sehr langsam
00:02:32

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Albumblätter : V. Langsam
00:01:41

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9
Novelette – Lebhaft
00:02:47

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10
Präludium – Energisch
00:01:10

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Marsch - Sehr getragen
00:07:36

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12
Abendmusik - Im Minuetttempo
00:03:27

Claire Désert, piano

13
Scherzo – Lebhaft
00:04:31

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14
Geschwindmarsch - Sehr markiert
00:03:44

Claire Désert, piano

15
Thema - Ziemlich langsam
00:01:07

Claire Désert, piano

16
Var. I
00:00:48

Claire Désert, piano

17
Var. II
00:01:07

Claire Désert, piano

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Var. III
00:01:09

Claire Désert, piano

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Var. IV
00:00:44

Claire Désert, piano

20
Var. V - Poco animato
00:00:58

Claire Désert, piano

21
Var. VI
00:00:51

Claire Désert, piano

22
Var. VII
00:03:47

Claire Désert, piano

23
Thema - Ziemlich langsam
00:01:10

Claire Désert, piano

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Var. I - L'istesso tempo
00:01:08

Claire Désert, piano

25
Var. II - Poco piu mosso
00:00:31

Claire Désert, piano

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Var. III - Tempo di tema
00:00:58

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27
Var. IV - Poco piu mosso
00:00:47

Claire Désert, piano

28
Var. V - Allegro capriccioso
00:00:47

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29
Var. VI – Allegro
00:00:53

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30
Var. VII – Andante
00:01:02

Claire Désert, piano

31
Var. VIII - Andante (Non troppo lento)
00:01:35

Claire Désert, piano

32
Var. IX – Schnell
00:00:34

Claire Désert, piano

33
Var. X - Poco adagio
00:02:02

Claire Désert, piano

34
Var. XI - Un poco piu animato
00:00:56

Claire Désert, piano

35
Var. XII - Allegretto, poco scherzando
00:00:41

Claire Désert, piano

36
Var. XIII - Non troppo presto
00:00:48

Claire Désert, piano

37
Var. XIV – Andante
00:01:13

Claire Désert, piano

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Var. XV - Poco adagio
00:03:29

Claire Désert, piano

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