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  • Performer: Stephen Murray
  • Album: Schumann - His Life And Music
  • FLAC: 1921 mb | MP3: 1968 mb
  • Released: 1963
  • Style: Education, Classical
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 929
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Stephen Murray  - Schumann - His Life And Music album flac

Schumann's entire being was music, informed by dream and fantasy. He was music's quintessential Romantic, always ardent, always striving for the ideal. Learn about his passionately creative but troubled life, and hear some of his best music.

Stephen Ham plays the Schumann Romance op. 28 in F-sharp major.

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this is no ordinary album. it is an extraordinary document of Schumann's vocal works (complete) with a serious study of this author and his works. I think anyone who is interested in songs, Schumann and his vocal production will be delighted with this superb album. 7 people found this helpful. This box of 10 CDs in a small box set with a booklet that has details of his life;how his songs came to be written and what poets Schumann chose and why. Also,English translations. This is very much like the 40 CD Schubert Box of complete songs. The singers range from Dorothea Roschmann soprano,Mark Padmore,Ian Bostridge,Chris Maltman,Felicity Lott,Ann Murray,Simon Keenlyside,Hanno Muller-Brachmann etc. Although you probably know Schumann's popular songs,his best are not very well known.

Stephen Murray (born 9 January 1980 in Newcastle, England) is a former BMX Dirt rider. On Friday 22 June 2007, at the AST Dew Tour BMX Dirt Finals in Baltimore, Murray took a catastrophic fall attempting a double backflip on the final jump in the dirt section. He suffered career-ending injuries to his spinal cord and vertebrae and is paralyzed below the shoulders. Recent reports have shown that he can shrug his shoulders, move his toes, his index fingers, and his thumbs.

Though Schumann, who died in 1856 at the age of 46, has received fewer diagnoses than Mozart, his case is messier, and the stakes are higher. Discussions of Mozart’s final illness are confined to the physical: infection, cardiovascular disease, kidney function and poisoning. They do not affect our view of his compositions, except for the Requiem, and then only in terms of the circumstances of its commissioning. Take the 2004 DVD Music and the Mind: The Life and Works of Robert Schumann, a Touchstar Productions video of a lecture and performance by Dr. Richard Kogan, a Cornell University professor of psychiatry and Juilliard -trained pianist. It is, he adds, practically a catalog of bipolar symptomatology.

During his studies with Wieck, Schumann permanently injured his right hand. One opinion is that he damaged his finger by the use of a mechanical device designed to strengthen the weakest fingers. In the winter of 1832, during his visit to his relatives in Zwickau and Schneeberg, Schumann performed the first movement of his Symphony in G minor (without opus number, known as the Zwickauer ) at a concert given by Clara Wieck. Clara, later to be his wife. Schumann’s mother said to Clara, You must marry my Robert one day.

Stephen Murray is a singer songwriter from Crescent, Oklahoma. His musical style is driving pop-rock and he wants to communicate truths of the Bible in today's Modern music! At 25 years of playing guitar he continues every day to Rock it out for Jesus! Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production. We'll ship when it's back in stock.

Electronic Explorations From His Studio & the BBC Radiophonic Workshop 1958-1967.

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