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Schumann: The Great Piano Works, Vol. 1


Check out Schumann the Great Piano Works Vol. 2 now! 🤍 This compilation includes some of Schumann's greatest piano works played by Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy and Klára Würtz. Download and streaming: 🤍 Social media: Brilliant Classics Facebook: 🤍 Brilliant Classics Instagram: 🤍 Spotify Playlists: Brilliant Classics Spotify: 🤍 New Classical Releases: 🤍 The Best of Liszt: 🤍 The Best of Bach: 🤍 Most Popular Piano Music: 🤍 Beautiful Classical Music: 🤍 Classical Music For Dinnertime: 🤍 Composer: Robert Schumann Artists: Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, Klára Würtz Robert Schumann is perhaps best remembered for two things: the sheer number of his compositions, particularly his piano music, produced in his relatively short life; and his passionate and deeply tumultuous relationship with Clara Schumann, née Wieck, his highly accomplished pianist wife. Schumann’s life was clouded with episodes of depression and emotional turmoil, to the extent that he spent the last two years of his life in an asylum, tormented by incidents of paranoia and delusion, as well as a fading memory. Despite – or maybe because of – his turbulent emotional state, Schumann managed to complete hundreds of compositions, from expansive orchestral works to tender Lieder and even a fully fledged opera. Schumann found inspiration at different points in his life to write for different forces. The year 1840 became known as his ‘Lieder year’, and among his many inspired compositions was the cycle Frauenliebe und –leben, a compelling account of a woman’s life and love. In 1841, not long after marrying Clara, he was inspired by her encouragement to start writing for orchestra. He composed his first Symphony (‘Spring’) in February of that year, later sketching his Overture, Scherzo and Finale Op.52 in April/May and composing what would become the Piano Concerto in May. In the same year he completed his D minor Symphony, though he wouldn’t publish it for another ten years, making it his Fourth. The next year would come to be known as his ‘Chamber Music’ year; despite struggling with resentment that Clara’s popularity as a pianist was outstripping his own as a composer, Schumann managed to turn his unhappiness into a productive spell of composition. In February 1842 he began the first two String Quartets, finishing them off in the summer, and in July he composed his third. The Piano Quintet was written in October, and November saw him working on the Piano Quartet. This highly productive period saw the composer exploring a range of styles, with intricate fugues as well as lighter motifs taken from Haydn and Mozart. In 1843 Schumann began working on oratorios, including Das Paradies und die Peri, but his true ambition was to write an opera. Unimpressed with Wagner’s offerings, Schumann spent a lot of time in thought before settling on the medieval tale of Genoveva for his first operatic work, completed in 1848. The opera is far removed from the vast forces required for Wagner; the work is a scene opera, characterised by recitative-style phrasing and a sumptuously lyrical orchestral score. Throughout his life Schumann composed for the piano, inspired at first by his forbidden love for Clara (only receiving permission to marry her in 1840 after a long legal battle). His piano compositions continued well into the latter stages of his life, even during his time in the asylum. Tracklist can be found in the comments! Thanks for watching! Feel free to subscribe and visit our channel for the best classical music from the greatest composers like: Bach, Satie, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Chopin, Haydn, Ravel, Debussy, Verdi, Vivaldi, Handel, Brahms, Liszt, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Strauss, Handel, Dvorak, Schubert and many more! We upload complete albums, music for relaxing, working, studying, meditating, concentrating, instrumental music, opera, violin, classical piano music, sonatas and more! #BrilliantClassics #Schumann #Piano #Classical #Music #Great #Works #German #Composer #Germany #Asylum #Clara #Love Würtz #Schmitt #Leonardy #Wolfram #Klara

The Best of Schumann


Robert Schumann (8 June 1810 – 29 July 1856) was a German composer, pianist, and influential music critic. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era. Schumann left the study of law, intending to pursue a career as a virtuoso pianist. His teacher, Friedrich Wieck, a German pianist, had assured him that he could become the finest pianist in Europe, but a hand injury ended this dream. Schumann then focused his musical energies on composing. In 1840, after a long and acrimonious legal battle with Wieck, who opposed the marriage, Schumann married Wieck's daughter Clara. Before their marriage, Clara—also a composer—had substantially supported her father through her considerable career as a pianist. Together, Clara and Robert encouraged, and maintained a close relationship with, German composer Johannes Brahms. Until 1840, Schumann wrote exclusively for the piano. Later, he composed piano and orchestral works, many Lieder (songs for voice and piano). He composed four symphonies, one opera, and other orchestral, choral, and chamber works. His best-known works include Carnaval, Symphonic Studies, Kinderszenen, Kreisleriana, and the Fantasie in C. His writings about music appeared mostly in the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik (New Journal for Music), a Leipzig-based publication that he co-founded. Schumann suffered from a mental disorder that first manifested in 1833 as a severe melancholic depressive episode—which recurred several times alternating with phases of "exaltation" and increasingly also delusional ideas of being poisoned or threatened with metallic items. After a suicide attempt in 1854, Schumann was admitted at his own request to a mental asylum in Endenich near Bonn. Diagnosed with psychotic melancholia, he died two years later at the age of 46 without recovering from his mental illness. Robert Schumann For more: 🤍 #MusicHistory #ClassicalMusic #Schumann

7.83 Hz Schumann Resonance, 432 Hz Powerful Healing Frequency, Boost Positive Energy, Meditation


Schumann resonances are electromagnetic resonances of our planet. They can be found in the space between the earth's surface and the ionosphere. They are very low frequencies, the lowest is 7.83 Hz. This frequency belongs to the Theta waves. This track can be of great help for deep meditation and lucid dreaming. We have used binaural and isochronic tone patterns. You can listen to this composition with or without headphones or earphones. Namaste Activate notifications so you can stay up to date on the latest news. We publish on Monday and Wednesday. ℗ 2022 Music for Body and Spirit – Meditation Music All rights reserved. Music for Body and Spirit channel includes also: Meditation music For your short and long meditation or yoga sessions, to balance your body and spirit. Here you can find the music suitable for your taste. Healing Frequencies Music Frequencies of these tracks have been chosen for a specific situation like sleep or anxiety problems, or to accompany meditations. We underline that these tracks cannot cure a health condition nor do they want to replace the advice of a doctor or health care provider. Moreover, never listen to our music whilst driving or operating machinery of any kind. Binaural Beats Brain waves for intelligence, happiness, sleep and meditation. Chakra Meditation Music This playlist can improve the balance of your key chakras and bring your health and mental attitude into a more peaceful state. Relaxing Music These tracks can be used in any situation: as a background while you are working, in relaxation moments after a stressful day or just when you like. Guided Meditation Let a pleasant voice guide you into deep relaxation. Reiki Music Here you can find the music for your Reiki treatments with bell every 3 minutes, or without bell. Tracks with bell change to every position with melodies and harmonies studied in detail to help the treatment. Sleep music Sleep is very important to a person's health. These compositions are designed to accompany you for the duration of your sleep or just to fall asleep. WE UNDERLINE THAT OUR MUSIC CANNOT CURE A HEALTH CONDITION NOR DOES IT WANT TO REPLACE THE ADVICE OF A DOCTOR OR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER. MOREOVER, NEVER LISTEN TO OUR MUSIC WHILST DRIVING OR OPERATING MACHINERY OF ANY KIND. ℗ 2014 - 2022 Music for Body and Spirit – Meditation Music All rights reserved. Buy our music: Amazon: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 7 Digital: 🤍 Streaming music: Spotify: 🤍 Deezer: 🤍 YouTube Music: 🤍 Napster: 🤍 Tidal: 🤍 Find us with the name “Music Body and Spirit” ℗ 2014 - 2022 Music Body and Spirit All rights reserved. Our site: 🤍 Follow Music for Body and Spirit social pages: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 For business enquiries: info🤍 #meditation #schumannresonance #7.83hz

Schumann Piano Concerto, in A minor, OP. 54 Martha Argerich & Riccardo Chailly


Uma bela interpretação do lindo Concerto para Piano de Robert Schumann com Martha Argerich ao Piano e a Gewandhausorchester, conduzida pelo maestro Riccardo Chailly

Het Mirakel Van Schuman - Schumanplein


Professor Politicologie Hendrik Vos en Sven Speybrouck reizen in 'Het Mirakel van Schuman' de founding fathers van de Europese Unie achterna. Hendrik vertelt op het Schumanplein in Brussel over de vader van Europa.

Schumann - Träumerei, "Kinderszenen" No. 7, Scenes from Childhood | Vladimir Horowitz


Robert Schumann - Kinderscenen Op. 15, Scenes From Childhood, 1838. - Nº 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples) 🤍 - Nº 7. Träumerei (Dreaming) 🤍 - Complete performance: 🤍 When Schumann wrote Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), he was deeply in love with Clara Wieck, soon to become his wife over the objections of her overbearing father. The composer worked at a feverish pace, composing these pieces in just several days. Actually, he wrote about thirty small pieces, but trimmed them to the thirteen that comprise the set. They are fairly simple in terms of execution, and, of course, their subject matter deals with the world of children. Schumann, however, pointed out that they were not intended for children. The seventh item here, "Träumerei" (Dreaming), is the most popular in the set. It is a depiction of childhood innocence, vulnerability and gentleness. Many pianists have interpreted this piece in a sentimental, almost saccharine way, while others (Horowitz notably) have insisted on a more objective approach. The main theme is sweetly innocent and sentimental, clearly representing the adult Schumann's fond view of aspects of his own childhood. The melody is unforgettable, the harmonies simple, but distinctive, and the overall mood dreamy and soothing. Of the many themes associated with children that in Brahms' Lullaby, several in Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf the "Träumerei" melody is among the most memorable. The whole piece lasts under three minutes, but is the longest in the Kinderszenen set. Most pianists who play Kinderszenen rarely excerpt it, but when an individual piece from it is played by them in concert, "Träumerei" is usually their choice. Horowitz was known to play it as an encore on several occasions. From spirited games to sleeping and dreaming, Kinderszenen captures the joys and sorrows of childhood in a series of musical snapshots. Schumann described the titles as "nothing more than delicate hints for execution and interpretation". The Kinderszenen are a touching tribute to the eternal, universal memories and feelings of childhood from a nostalgic adult perspective; unlike a number of Schumann's collections of piano character pieces (e.g.Album for the Young,Op.68), the Kinderszenen are not intended to be played by children. Schumann claimed that the picturesque titles attached to the pieces were added as an afterthought in order to provide subtle suggestions to the player, a model Debussy followed decades later in his Preludes. Almost all of the Kinderszenen are miniature ternary (ABA) forms. Horowitz in Vienna Kinderszenen Robert Schumann - "Scenes from Childhood" | Kinderszenen, Opus 15, N.º 7 Träumerei, Traumerei, Dreaming, A Sonhar, Somiant, Rêverie, Revaĵo, Sogno, Drømmeri. Kinderszenen, Kinderscenen, Scenes from Childhood, Cenas da Infância, Cenas Infantis, Infanaĝaj scenoj, Scènes d'enfants, Scene infantili, Barndomsscener, 子供の情景.

Mort Shuman - Le Lac Majeur


Music video by Mort Shuman performing Le Lac Majeur. (C) 1990 Mercury (France)

#EUArchives – Founding fathers of the European Union: Robert Schuman


The statesman Robert Schuman, a qualified lawyer and French foreign minister between 1948 and 1952, is regarded as one of the founding fathers of European unity. Schuman was born in Luxembourg and was influenced by his background in the French-German border region. Despite, or maybe as a result of his experiences in Nazi Germany, he recognised that only a lasting reconciliation with Germany could form the basis for a united Europe. Deported to Germany in 1940, he joined the French Resistance upon fleeing two years later. In spite of this, he showed no resentment when, following the war, he became foreign minister. In cooperation with Jean Monnet he drew up the internationally renowned Schuman Plan, which he published on 9 May 1950, the date now regarded as the birth of the European Union. He proposed joint control of coal and steel production, the most important materials for the armaments industry. The basic idea was that whoever did not have control over coal and steel production would not be able to fight a war. Schuman informed the German chancellor Adenauer of the plan, who immediately recognised the opportunity for a peaceful Europe and agreed. Shortly afterwards, the governments of Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands also reacted. The six states signed the agreement for the European Coal and Steel Community in Paris in April 1951. In this way, Europe began as a peace initiative. Schuman also supported the formation of a common European defence policy, and held the post of President of the European Parliament from 1958 to 1960.

#EUArchives – The Schuman Declaration


Robert Schuman is considered one of the fathers of Europe. In his Declaration of 9 May 1950, he proposes to place the French-German production of coal and steel under a common High Authority, within an organization open to the participation of the other European countries. The Schuman Plan led to the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), which is at the origin of the current European Union. This memoclip presents: - Extract from the Schuman Declaration (Paris, May 1950) - Robert Schuman, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, presenting his plan to the Council of Europe (Strasbourg, 1950) - Constituent meeting of the European Parliamentary Assembly, Robert Schuman is elected President (Strasbourg 1958) - Speech by Robert Schuman on the occasion of the first anniversary of the European Parliamentary Assembly (Brussels, 1959) - Robert Schuman House became a museum (Scy-Chazelles, France, 2010)

The Schuman Show: I would do anything* for Ukraine


We'll change our Facebook profiles, we'll wear yellow and blue! * BUT, we won't do that. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #TheSchumanShow

The Robert Schuman Centre


The Robert Schuman Centre: the interdisciplinary research centre of the European University Institute: 200 people, 100 fellows, nine programmes, 95 projects and more... Learn more: 🤍

SCHUMAN Chester Overture from New England Triptych - "The President's Own" United States Marine Band


Performed by the Marine Band on July 8, 2021, in John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., as part of the Summer Concert Season. William Schuman Chester Overture from New England Triptych 🤍

Zu Hause bei 'The Sartorialist' | Roomtour mit Fotograf Scott Schuman


Heute sind wir beim Fotografen Scott Schuman zu Gast. Unter dem Namen 'The Sartorialist' veröffentlicht der New Yorker schon seit Jahren seine Fotografien erfolgreich auf seinem Blog. Erst kürzlich nach Italien gezogen, zeigt er uns sein neues Zuhause in Mailand. Scott Schuman hat sich als Straßenfotograf einen Namen gemacht. Seine Leidenschaft, verschiedenste Menschen ganz unvoreingenommen abzulichten und so die Magie des Uninszenierten einzufangen, machen seine Fotografien zu etwas ganz Besonderem. Mit ihrem Umzug von New York nach Mailand, mussten sich Scott und seine Frau Jenny Walton mit der Frage auseinandersetzten, welche Einrichtungsstücke sie auch weiterhin begleiten sollen. Vor allem Scotts alte Bücher und seine geliebten Bilder von anderen bekannten Fotografen mussten unbedingt mit umziehen. Bei der Einrichtung selbst hat der Fotograf auf moderne Möbel im schlichten Design geachtet. Denn diese sollten genauso, wie bei Scott Schumans Fotografien, seinem Verständnis von Ästhetik entsprechen. In der Mailänder Wohnung finden sich daher viele organische Formen und natürliche Farben. Der Schritt in Italiens Modemetropole war für das Paar ein ganz bewusster. Denn hier haben sie sich einst ineinander verliebt und noch heute versprüht die Stadt für sie jede Menge Magie. Für Scott selbst spielt es keine Rolle, von wo aus er arbeitet. Denn ob in Mailand oder New York – für den Fotografen geht es letztlich immer darum, einen einzigartigen Moment einzufangen und für die Ewigkeit festzuhalten. Zu Hause bei 'The Sartorialist'. Wie hat Euch die Roomtour mit Fotograf Scott Schuman gefallen? WestwingNow Produktlinks: Modulares Sofa "Lennon" (4-Sitzer) in Hellgrau, 🤍 Holz-Armlehnstuhl "Angelina", naturbelassen, 🤍 Ovaler Esstisch "Archie" aus massiven Eichenholz, 🤍 Glasvase "Alexandrine", 🤍 Handgewebter Viskoseteppich "Jane" in Elfenbeinfarben, 🤍 Bilderrahmen "Apollon" mit Passepartout, 🤍 Beistelltisch "Benno" aus Mangoholz in Hellbraun, 🤍 Klassisches Sideboard "Sanford" in Weiß mit Türen, 🤍 Krug-Vase "Pitcher" aus Steingut, 🤍 Beistelltisch "Lesley" in Marmoroptik, 🤍 Couchtisch "Maya" mit Glasplatte, 🤍 Kerzenhalter "Stoff Nagel", 3-er Set, 🤍 Handgefertigte Vase "Latona" aus Steingut, 🤍 Vase "Koralle" aus Steingut mit Rippendetail, 🤍 Inhalt 0:00 Into 0:42 Leben in Mailand 1:42 Einrichtungsstil 2:27 Arbeiten als Fotograf Mögt Ihr Westwing? Teilt Eure Liebe zum Interieur mit Euren Freunden und erhaltet einen 30€ Gutschein für Euren nächsten Einkauf! 🤍 Wenn Euch dieses Video gefallen hat, dann schaut auch mal hier vorbei:  🤍 Unsere Social Media Kanäle: Instagram: 🤍  Pinterest: 🤍 #TheSartorialist #ScottSchumanRoomtour #Interior

[1990] Tom Schuman / Extremities (Full Album)


One of my absolute favorite releases off of GRP, this is Spyro Gyra keyboardist Tom Schuman's phenomenal debut solo disc featuring several other top-tier performers. This killer record is just as hot as when it first dropped, a CD I have spun countless times since the 90s! Tracklist: 1. Extremities 0:00 2. Mood Swing 4:38 3. Palisades Parkway 9:53 4. Loving You 15:35 5. Skywriter 19:55 6. To B.E. 24:57 7. Crystal Lane 30:24 8. Front Seat Reservation 34:58 Keyboards – Tom Schuman Bass – Eddie Gomez, Will Lee Drums – Dave Weckl, Terry Clarke [5,6] Guitar – Steve Love Percussion – Roger Squitero Soprano Saxophone – Jay Beckenstein Tenor Saxophone – Bob Berg Trumpet – Jon Faddis

The Schuman Show


The Schuman Show. Late-night comedy bursting the Brussels Bubble! #EuropeDay22

Robert Schuman


Ce timbre émis en 1975, célèbre Robert Schuman, celui que l’on appelle plus communément « le père de l’Europe ».

William Schuman - Symphony no. 3: André Previn conducting the LSO in 1998


William Schuman's third symphony, one of the trinity of twentieth century American third symphonies (the others were by Roy Harris and Aaron Copland) was given its UK premiere at the Proms in 1943 under Sir Adrian Boult, two years after it was completed, and which has virtually vanished from UK concert halls since then. This virile Barbican performance by the London Symphony Orchestra under André Previn in May 1998 was therefore one the very few UK performances of this marvellous symphony (maybe the only one) in 55 years. 1. Prelude, and Fugue 0:00 2. Chorale, and Toccata 13:35 This channel is not associated in any way with the London Symphony Orchestra, or its own CD label, LSO LIVE. These are recordings made by a LSO fan over a period of 40 years from 1977, and are not rips of LSO LIVE recordings. I have greatly enjoyed these performances over the years and just wish to share them with other music lovers. No copyright infringement is intended; please make contact if there is an issue.

Het Mirakel Van Schuman - Ventotene


In de podcast Het Mirakel van Schuman maken prof. Hendrik Vos en Sven Speybrouck een roadtrip door de geschiedenis van de Europese Unie. Van Berlijn tot Belfast, van het Schumanplein tot Scy-Chazelles, van Srebrenica tot Spijkenisse, het is een trip met veel etappes, obstakels en grenzen, een verhaal langs politieke ego’s en onbekende petites histoires. Hun eerste bestemming, het piepkleine Italiaanse eiland Ventotene. Meer info:

Papillon Op.2 by Robert Schuman


Shuyuan Tsai's performance of Papillon Op.2 by Robert Schumann

William SCHUMAN Symphony No. 3 - Slatkin - DSO Live


found this saved on my hard drive from a couple of years ago. apparently it's no longer on the DSO website. Please don't delete my channel Leonard Slatkin I'm sorry but this is for educational purposes Detroit Symphony Orchestra Leonard Slatkin Conductor Live Broadcast from 2016 Bass Clarinet solo snare drum solo xylophone excerpt

Histoire CM2 declaration schuman


Le 9 mai 1950, Robert Schuman propose que la France et l'Allemagne mettent en commun leurs moyens de production de charbon et d'acier. (source : site

'The Schuman Show', or how to poke fun at the singular world of EU politics


'The Schuman Show' plays once a month in the heart of the European capital and hopes to make waves beyond the Brussels bubble with its increasingly popular satirical offerings. READ MORE : 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Watch our LIVE here: 🤍 Subscribe to our thematic channels: NoComment: 🤍 Euronews Green: 🤍 Euronews Next: 🤍 Euronews Travel: 🤍 Euronews is available on YouTube in 12 languages: 🤍 #See

William Schuman: Sinfonia n.4 (1941) (1/3)


William Schuman (1910-1992): Sinfonia No.4 (1941). 1. semiminima= 72 Seattle Symphony diretta da Gerard Schwarz

The Practice of Being Yourself | Justin Schuman | TEDxBroadway


The actor and content creator discusses how people perform versions of themselves and how he found his own authenticity. Justin Schuman is a passionate multi-hyphenate and entrepreneur currently in the cast of Broadway's Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. He owns and runs a headshot photography studio in New York City, Jshoots. He’s an authenticity strategist and content creator with a diverse roster of clients and a following of over 200k across multiple social platforms. As a consultant to CEOs, mega-influencers, & creatives, he considers social media a tool for self-discovery, and he empowers his clients to explore their authenticity through content creation. Justin distills his client's stories and breaks down the energetics behind the tools in their human toolbox, allowing them to show up as their most purposeful and consciously chosen version of self on social and in life. As a person, he encourages those around him to step into their power and dig deeply into deservingness in a way they previously hadn't. He works daily to create a world where people feel empowered to live their loudest, most authentic lives and truly human well. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

The Schuman Resonance


Provided to YouTube by DistroKid The Schuman Resonance · Sapien Medicine Album One ℗ Sapien Media Records Released on: 2020-05-19 Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Schuman Show: The Best Moderator (that we could find)


What happens when you can’t moderate the moderator? 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #TheSchumanShow | #PanelDiscussions

Attaque au couteau à Schuman : le suspect placé sous mandat d’arrêt


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Schuman Shelf #14 - Economic Analysis in EU Competition Policy


In a new book by Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta of the Florence Competition Programme, they explore EU competition policy by focusing on economic analyses to improve overall decision-making processes. The book can be found here: 🤍 Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speakers or authors in their personal capacity and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Robert Schuman Centre or the European University Institute. Learn more about the Schuman Centre: 🤍

ROBERT SCHUMAN - L'architetto dell'integrazione europea


I nostri studenti vi accompagneranno in un viaggio nella storia della fondazione dell'Unione Europea, raccontandovi le vicende dei suoi principali attori.

The Schuman Show: Magic the Trilogue Gathering


Did you know? The EU released a brand new board game: Magic the Trilogue Gathering. Be an institution and crush your enemies to get... Your voice featured in the final text? *We cannot confirm nor deny that this is how actual EU legislation gets adopted in a trilogue meeting. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #TheSchumanShow #BoardGames

Why is Differentiated Integration Important for Europe? | Richard Bellamy - Schuman Shorts #7


Why is Differentiated Integration important for Europe? Richard Bellamy, Director, Professor of Political Science, speaks about the relevance of Differentiated Integration, which was discussed at the 'Differentiated Integration as a Fair Scheme of Cooperation' seminar on 27 March 2019, as part of the 'Schuman Centre Seminar Series': 🤍 Richard Bellamy is also part of the 'Integrating Diversity in the European Union' (InDivEu) project. More information on this topic on the project website: 🤍 The 'Schuman Shorts' is a series of one-minute videos where academics explain a concept, a research finding or a word related to their research. More on the Robert Schuman Centre at: 🤍 Learn more about the Schuman Centre: 🤍

UMich Symphony Band - William Schuman - "Chester" from New England Triptych (1956)


University of Michigan Symphony Band "Chester" from New England Triptych (1956) William Schuman Michael Haithcock, conductor September 30, 2022 Hill Auditorium University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI recorded and filmed by Cory Robinson, Charles Steen, and Robyn Kimmey audio mastering and video post-production by Dave Schall (🤍

William Schuman (Concerto for Piano and Orchestra)


A much leaner work than William Schuman's violin concerto, this three-movement concerto for piano and small orchestra (1942) consists of a pensive central section which is flanked by two energetic movements. The piece received its premiere in 1943 with Daniel Saidenberg's Little Symphony and Roslayn Tureck as the soloist. This recording is still available. The movements are as follows: I. With energy and precision II. Deliberately; attacca (7:52) III. Half note = ca. 144 (15:36) Performed by the Albany Symphony Orchestra and John McCabe (piano) Conducted by David Alan Miller The concerto is part of a full Schuman album including Credendum and Symphony No. 4. Available on the Albany Records label: 🤍

William Schuman - Symphony No. 5 "Symphony for Strings"


This performance was by the New York Philharmonic, conducted by Leonard Bernstein. 1. Molto Agitado ed Energico 0:00 2. Larghissimo 4:24 3. Presto 11:48 Although Schuman titled this work "Symphony for Strings in Three Movements," it is in fact the fifth of ten symphonies he composed between 1935 and 1975, the first and second of which he withdrew after a single performance each. On the title page is written "Commissioned by the Koussevitzky Foundation and dedicated to the memory of Mme. Natalie Koussevitzky." On November 12, 1943, Sergey Koussevitzky conducted the first performance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra's superlative strings. The Symphony No. 5 would become the most played and most popular of Schuman's symphonies, despite its complexities of rhythm, tonal density, and massively sonorous chordal textures at key points. By 1943 Schuman's style was indelibly defined. His music had become as immediately recognizable as Brahms' or Sibelius', even in a work like the somberly atonal Symphony No. 6 (1948), which makes use Schoenbergian tone rows. Polyphony is the main ingredient of his music, polytonality the favorite seasoning. By then it had become a stylistic element in Schuman's developmental sections to have the top and bottom lines move in unison while all manner of intricacies, harmonic and rhythmic, pursued their own, usually agitated, course in between. At just 17 minutes in duration, the Symphony for Strings is among the shortest works in Schuman's symphonic catalogue. The music begins Molto agitato ed energico. Unison violins play a 12-bar principal theme on the G string, repeated with pizzicati from the low strings. Violas introduce a vigoroso triple-forte second theme, marked by two groups of quadruplet rhythms derived from the principal subject. The balance of the movement is dominated by variants of the main subject. The slow movement, marked Larghissimo, is basically chordal until the middle section, where the first violins introduce a syncopated rhythmic pattern over an irregularly rising scale in the contrabasses. Violins appropriate this until the principal material returns with appoggiaturas, after which mutes are added and the movement ends very softly. The finale is an alla breve Presto whose main subject is an abbreviated version of the first movement's opening subject. Schuman freely adapts rondo form here with contrasting episodes, the second of which alternates with materials from the slow movement. The chordal coda resolves on a D major sonority.

EU Cross-border Welfare | Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen - Schuman Shorts #2


Should access to social benefits and advantages be restricted for EU citizens who exercise their treaty-based rights to freedom of movement? Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen, University of Copenhagen, attended a roundtable on 'Free Movement and Social Rights Conditionality' on 19 Februray 2019, as part of the 'Conversations for the Future of Europe Series': 🤍 The 'Schuman Shorts' is a series of one-minute videos where academics explain a concept, a research finding or a word related to their research. More on the Robert Schuman Centre at: 🤍 Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speakers or authors in their personal capacity and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Robert Schuman Centre or the European University Institute. Learn more about the Schuman Centre: 🤍

Schuman Talk (Episode 17) – Henry Vyner-Brooks


Join us on Sunday, January 9, at 6PM (CET) with Jeff Fountain and Henry Vyner-Brooks, for a new Schuman Talk titled "Two lives which shaped Europe".

Présentation du Centre européen Robert Schuman


Les objectifs et les missions du Centre européen Robert Schuman à Scy-Chazelles. [R16 GE CENTRE R SCHUMAN]

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