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Schumann: Fantasia, Op. 17, Papillons, Op. 2 & Gesänge der Frühe, Op. 133

Alessandro Deljavan

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In May 2013 a young Italian pianist of genius presented himself at the 14th Van Cliburn competition and won the hearts of music lovers all over the globe with his exceptional playing and unique personality. When he returned to Fort Worth two months later at the invitation of the orchestra to perform the Rachmaninoff's 2nd concerto, his extraordinary and now legendary performance confirmed what many suspected, a talent like this comes once in a generation. This new Schumann recording is remarkable in every way. © Artalinna/Qobuz

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Schumann: Fantasia, Op. 17, Papillons, Op. 2 & Gesänge der Frühe, Op. 133

Alessandro Deljavan

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Variations On the Name Abegg, Op. 1 (Robert Schumann)

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Variations on the Name Abegg, Op. 1: Thema (Animato) - Var. I, II, III - Finale alla Fantasia (Vivace) 00:07:49

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

Papillons, Op. 2 (Robert Schumann)

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Papillons, Op. 2: Introduzione (Moderato) - Nos. 1-12 00:15:50

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

Fantasia in C Major, Op. 17 (Robert Schumann)

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I. Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen - Im Legendenton - Erstes Tempo - Adagio - Im Tempo 00:14:41

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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II. Mässig. Durchaus energisch - Etwas bewegter - Viel bewegter 00:07:50

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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III. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten - Etwas bewegter 00:12:09

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

Gesänge der Frühe, Op. 133 (Robert Schumann)

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I. Im ruhigen in D Major 00:03:10

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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II. Belebt, nicht zu rasch in D Major 00:01:52

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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III. Lebhaft in A Major 00:02:42

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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IV. Bewegt in A Major 00:03:18

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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V. Im Anfange ruhiges, im Verlauf bewegtes in D Major 00:04:31

Alessandro Deljavan, Piano - Robert Schumann, Composer

2014 Academy Productions

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In May 2013 a young Italian pianist of genius presented himself at the 14th Van Cliburn competition and won the hearts of music lovers all over the globe with his exceptional playing and unique personality. When he returned to Fort Worth two months later at the invitation of the orchestra to perform the Rachmaninoff's 2nd concerto, his extraordinary and now legendary performance confirmed what many suspected, a talent like this comes once in a generation. This new Schumann recording is remarkable in every way. © Artalinna/Qobuz

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