Eric Zuber – Schumann – Kinderszenen (“Scenes from a Childhood”), Op. 15

Kinderszenen (“Scenes from a Childhood”), Op. 15 – Robert Schumann

00:00 - 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (”Of Foreign Lands and Peoples”)
01:52 - 2. Kuriose Geschichte (”Curious Story”)
03:00 - 3. Hasche-Mann (”Blind Man’s Blu”)
03:41 - 4. Bittendes Kind (”Pleading Child”)
04:33 - 5. Glückes genug (”Happy Enough”)
05:31 - 6. Wichtige Begebenheit (”An Important Event”)
06:32 - 7. Träumerei (”Dreaming”)
09:33 - 8. Am Kamin (”At the Fireside”)
10:37 - 9. Ritter vom Steckenpferd (”Knight of the Hobbyhorse”)
11:17 - 10. Fast zu ernst (”Almost Too Serious”)
12:52 - 11. Fürchtenmachen (”Frightening”)
14:30 - 12. Kind im Eischlummen (”Child Falling Asleep”)
16:36 - 13. Der Dichter spricht (”The Poet Speaks”)

Pianist, Eric Zuber
Performed, February 24, 2013

2013 American Pianists Awards finalist Eric Zuber performing at the Indiana History Center.
The Premiere Series of the 2013 American Pianists Awards.

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