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Work: Fantasy in C major for piano, Op.17

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ComposerSchumann, Robert (1810-1856)
Work typeInstrumental
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ManchesterGala Faculty Recital I

Gala Faculty Recital I
Haydn, Schumann, Liszt, Busoni, Ravel, Chopin
Peter Donohoe; Joseph Tong; Claudius Tanski; Carlo Grante

TsinandaliBeethoven, Schumann

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Beethoven, Schumann
Sir András Schiff, Piano

AsconaMarc-André Hamelin

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Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Schumann, Weissenberg, Fauré, Chopin
Marc-André Hamelin, Piano

BudapestPiano recital by Dezső Ránki

Piano recital by Dezső Ránki
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Dezsö Ránki, Piano

StockholmThree trios with philharmonics up-close

Three trios with philharmonics up-close
Mozart, Schumann, Roussel
Joakim Svenheden; Mikael Sjögren; Stefan Lindgren
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Spellbinding intimacy from Kolesnikov at Kings Place

Pavel Kolesnikov © Viktor Erik Emanuel | Kings Place
In his mesmerising London Piano Festival programme, Pavel Kolesnikov explores Couperin and Schumann.
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Misty evocations and raw passion from Stephen Hough

Stephen Hough © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Shimmering images from Debussy in his evocative Images had Stephen Hough oozing luminescence, with passion in Schumann and firing on all cylinders in Beethoven’s “Appassionata”.
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Long on refinement, short on sparkle: Nelson Freire in Gstaad

Nelson Freire © Miguel Bueno
Freire convinces in Bach, but soft attack and heavy pedal use make for flat renditions of romantic works.
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German Romanticism through a Debussian lens

Stephen Hough at Carnegie Hall in 2015 © Christopher Smith
Juxtaposing Debussy’s music with opuses by Schumann and Beethoven, Stephen Hough brought forward connection points one wouldn't have thought of.
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Enterprising programme from Marc-André Hamelin

Marc-André Hamelin © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Playing of fearsome technique with fearless regard to the music's demands made for an impressive recital. 
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