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published August 20th 2019
Echo from the other Shore
Instrumental CD presenting Native American Flutes over Latin rhythms, Guitar, Piano or as a solo instrument. My music is inspired by traditional Native American Songs, Latin percussion, classical training and the beauty of the Southwestern Desert.
LIGHT ON THE PATH
Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes and Piano solos
Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes over Latin Rhythms
Instrumental Music on Native American Flutes, Piano solos and Soprano Saxophone songs over Latin Rhythms
FLOWERS OF THE DAWN
Voice, Native Flutes, Piano and Keyboard
Songs of love and beauty surround you… With these songs we want to capture our intimate feelings of being present to the moment. The sweet conversation between flute and voice, the play of sound and silence.
MEDITATION WITH THE SOUND BOWLS
This CD with Tibetan sound bowls can help deepen your meditation, be useful as a sleep meditation and help you relax after a long day as you allow the sound and vibrations to move through your body releasing tension, renewing your feeling of well-being
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Robert Schumann (8 June 1810 – 29 July 1856) was a German composer of the "Romantic Period" and an influential music critic. Read more about him at Wikipedia.
The following article from Lindsay Moore shines a little light on Schumann's personality and his way of confronting the duality of the human mind:
Thanks for a very interesting question that is of great personal interest to me! Robert created Florestan and Eusebius in 1831. Florestan was "born" on June 8, 1831, Schumann's 21st birthday, as a reaction to Jean Paul Richter's use of twins to express the duality of a man's personality. (In his book, Flegeljahre, Jean Paul uses this technique via twins, Vult and Walt.) On July 1, 1831, Schumann completed this double personality he imagined for himself. Florestan represented Schumann's masculine side, and Eusebius his feminine characteristics.From this, Schumann continued creating a "parallel universe" (collectively called "The Davidsbuendler") filled with fictional representations of his real-life friends (and enemies!). This world existed in his diaries and letters to friends for a time before it moved into Schumann's actual work, namely in his "Neue Zeitschrift fuer Musik." The fictional characters, in particular Florestan, Eusebius and Meister Raro (formerly this personality belonged to Friedrich Wieck, and later he represented the two united personalities of Florestan and Eusebius) became writers and editors of the Neue Zeitschrift articles. They critiqued music by many important composers of Schumann's day, and as a group they were able to discuss the many different sides of a piece of music. Leon Plantinga (author of "Schumann as Critic") says that this use of different personalities in his writing did not indicate a mental disorder on Schumann's part, rather he was just extremely creative and such criticism was typical for his time. These personalities helped him to cope and complete his job effectively without fear of reprisal when he gave a bad review of a piece. He did sign his own name to many of the articles in the Neue Zeitschrift, but usually he counted on one of his fictional personalities for any negative reviews as a form of self- protection. Eusebius made his last appearance in 1836, and Florestan was laid to rest in 1842.
Moore, Lindsay. "SINCE YOU ASKED ...," Robert Schumann: Then, Now and Always.(Accessed  [Nov] ). <www.geocities.com/schumann_1>
Album For The Youth, Op. 68: Book-PDF
01 Melody - L3 - Piano-ZIP MUS Video-No1
02 Soldatenmarsch - L3 - Piano-ZIP MUS
03 Traellerliedchen - L4 - Piano-ZIP MUS
04 Choral - L4 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
05 Stueckchen - L3 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
06 Armes Waisenkind - L4 Piano-ZIP MUS
07 Jaegerliedchen - L3 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
08 Wilder Reiter - L4 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
09 Volksliedchen - L4 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
10 Der Froehliche Landmann - L4 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
11 Sizilianisch - L3 - Piano-ZIP - PDF - MUS
12 Knecht Ruprecht - L5 Piano MUS
13 May - Schumann - L5 - Piano MUS
14 Kleine Studie - L3 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
15 Frühlingsgesang E - Pinao-ZIP - MUS
16 Erster Verlust - L3 Piano MUS
41 Nordisches Lied - L5 - Piano-ZIP - MUS
Video: Vladimir Horowitz playing all tiles of "Kinderszenen."