Description: for clarinet and ea - electroacoustic base only from clarinet sounds.

Description: piano variations on a schumann theme. performed by mark latimer. It's a contemporary classic music composition, which explores many possibilities starting from a very simple (yet incredibly beautiful) little tune by the great composer.

Description: 6th movement from falcimore symphonic suite.

Description: The Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31 was composed and published in 1837. Schumann compared this scherzo to a Byronic poem, "so overflowing with tenderness, boldness, love and contempt." The renowned sotto voce opening was a question and the second phrase the answer. For Chopin it was never questioning enough, never soft enough, never vaulted enough. It must be a charnel-house. In popular culture, the piece is heard in the Woody Woodpecker episode "Musical Moments."

Description: The Scherzo No. 3, Op. 39, in C-sharp minor by Frédéric Chopin, completed in 1839, was written in the abandoned monastery of Valldemossa on the Balearic island of Majorca, Spain. This is the most terse, ironic, and tightly constructed of the four scherzos, with an almost Beethovenian grandeur. The music is given over to a wild frenzy, mysteriously becalmed, then erupting a moment later with a return of the aggressive octaves.

Description: Esta versión de claro de luna está instrumentada de forma diferente a la original. Añadiendo como instrumento principal en primer plano sonoro arpas celestiales, potenciando cuidadosamente con material analógico las frecuencias más placenteras y relajantes para nuestro cerebro. En segundo plano sonoro lleva efectos espirales con reverberancia que entran de forma subconsciente en nuestro ser interior despojandonos momentáneamente del estrés y propiciando la meditación. Disfrutalo en paz y armonia, SpiritualMoments.

Description: The Scherzo No. 4 in E major, Op. 54 is different from the other scherzos by Chopin. Close to the fairytale sphere, though devoid of elves and goblins, it is brighter than the others, written with a finer, lighter pen, though it too occasionally reminds us of the existence of shadows and frights. Two categories of expression form this pianistic poem, which delights us with the immaculate beauty of its sound: the expression of play and the expression of love. The central section of the E major Scherzo (lento, then sostenuto) is filled with thoughtful music, gazing at distant horizons, sounding like the expression of pure yet ardent love.

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