Piano music: Intermezzi, Op. 4 ; Impromptus on a theme by Clara Wieck, Op. 5 ; Etudes in the form of variations (Symphonic Etudes), Op. 13 ; Supplement to Op. 13: Five additional variations ; Supplement to Op. 14: The original Scherzo (Second movement) of Sonata No. 3 in F minor ; Fantasy in C Major, Op. 17 ; Supplement to Op. 22: The original Presto (Finale) of Sonata No. 2 in G minor ; Three romances, Op. 28 ; Four pieces, Op. 32 ; Four Marches, Op. 76 ; Three Fantasies (Drei Phantasiestucke), Op. 111 ; Album leaves (Albumblatter), 20 pieces, Op. 124. Impromptu (1832). Leides ahnung (Premonition of sorrow). Scherzino. Walzer (Waltz; 1835). Phantasietanz. Wiegenliedchen (Little lullaby). Lander. Lied ohne ende (Song without end). Impromptu (1838). Walzer (Waltz; 1838). Romanze (Romance; 1835). Burla (1832). Larghetto (1832). Vision (1838). Walzer (Waltz; 1832). Schlummerlied (Slumber song; 1841). Elfe (Elf; 1835). Botschaft (Message; 1838). Phantasiestuck (Fantasy; 1839). Canon (1845) ; Seven pieces in Fughetta form, Op. 126 ; Morning songs (Gesange der fruhe), Five pieces, Op. 133 ; Theme in E-flat major
Noted for their extraordinary romantic warmth and imagination, Schumann's piano pieces are among the very greatest ever written. Selected from works originally published by Breitkopf & Härtel, this collection includes 15 pieces: Intermezzi, Op .4; Impromptus, Op. 5; Supplement to Op. 13; Romances, Op. 28; Four Marches, Op. 76; Morning Songs, Op. 133; and more.
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