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Clara Schumann: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 7

By Frederick Moyer

By Frederick Moyer. By Clara Wieck-Schumann (1819-1896). Sheet music with CD. Music Minus One. Classical. Softcover with CD. 56 pages. Music Minus One #MMO6028. Published by Music Minus One (HL.130652).

Item Number: HL.130652

ISBN 1596158166. 9x12 inches. Featuring Frederick Moyer, soloist.

This collection features transcriptions and matching audio tracks for all three movements from Ms. Schumann's Piano Concerto in A Minor. The CD features each track in three formats: the complete version with soloist, an accompaniment version without soloist, and a slow-tempo accompaniment version for practice. It features the playing of Frederick Moyer on piano and William Rounds on cello.


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  • 5

    San Francisco
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  • January 22, 2019 Good edition and recording

    This fine edition is actually a reprint of the much higher priced Breitkopf. They darkened the print, and it’s more pleasant to read. As a bonus, you get a very fine recording of the piece. I haven’t used it as a music minus one, since I’ll be...

    playing it with a “real” orchestra soon. No need for it. The piece itself is rather weak. The piano writing is very awkward and has a lot of treacherous leaps, sometimes as much as two octaves in one hand on white keys. It verges on the impossible in the last movement. On paper it looks more like Paganini violin music than piano music. Odd! Clara had big hands and if you can’t stretch an eleventh easily, it’s best to rewrite it in spots. Not for a student, by any means. This is for a virtuoso only. Musically it is more similar to early Chopin, Hummel and Weber than to her husband’s music. The slow movement with cello solo is probably the best movement, in my opinion, and can be played by less advanced players.

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  • 5

    Brookline, NH
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  • April 11, 2012 Excellent forgotten work

    In the current political climate of taking away women's rights, I find it even more important as a musician to promote women's works in music. As such, I find Clara Schumann's concerto to be as beautiful as some of the 19th century concertos of her male counterparts...

    . This is an excellent edition with CD accompaniments. The difficulty level is collegiate post Mozart concerto difficulty. The second movement is lovely with a cello line that is poignant. I would assign this piece before any of the Chopin concerti.

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