Explore Newly Unveiled Schumann Works

As you may know, Paul Green and Frederick Moyer have presented on this site two works by Robert Schumann that have never before been available to the general public. If you are viewing this site with Safari, Google Chrome, or the latest Firefox click the following links to explore these works in detail:

Schumann

Schumann: Sonata No. 3: Original Finale Movement

http://www.frederickmoyer.com/Schumann/4d9a4f534b43d/

Schumann: Sonata No. 4 (Sketch): First Movement

http://www.frederickmoyer.com/Schumann/4d3ba35f1c84f/

Schumann: Sonata No. 4 (Sketch): FinaleMovement

http://www.frederickmoyer.com/Schumann/4d65a0cb05055/


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On our Schumann pages, you can:

  • See both the original manuscript and our deciphered score:

1Schu


  • Listen to Frederick Moyer perform these works while following along in either manuscript or deciphered score:

2Schu


  • See the manuscript zoomed in:

3Schu


  • Read notes on places in the manuscript:

4schu


  • Hear animated commentary about other places:

5Schu


Note: If you would rather download the software as a standalone application, please click on the following links:

Schumann4thSonata: WindowsMac

SchumannPrestoPossibile: WindowsMac


Please let us know if you have any problems!


Concurrently, Moyer’s record label, JRI Recordings, has made available for purchase the sheet music for these works, either in printed form or as PDF downloads. These then are the first publications of these works by the great Romantic master:


• “Presto Possibile” — early version of finale movement to Sonata No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 14, is available here.


• Sonata No. 4 (Sketch,) is available here.


One Response to “Explore Newly Unveiled Schumann Works”

  1. Rebekah Wells Says:

    Frederick,

    I just have begun to explore your site and can’t wait to go over it with my grandson, a far more sophisticated musician than I am. His name is Ben Ertman and i do hope he will get in touch with you. It is exam time, however and he may not have time right now. I know that the Schumann decoding will fascinate him. He is a real musician as he uses the piano for his relaxation and no one ever tells him to practice. However, his disability clearly affects hie playing capacity. He reads music easily and enjoys the theory. I am so excited that we were able to hear you and enjoy your comments. I do hope Ben can meet you some time.

    PS As you lived in Wayland and are the same age as my eldest daughter,wich elementary school did you attend? We moved out of Wayland when i went to Graduate school at Clark so that my kids could use public transportation.

    PPS I discovered a book I forgot I had by my uncle. “Selective Record Guide” published in 1950, after he was forced to stop working by Multiple Sclerosis. He worked with Columbia Records very briefly due to his disease. (1939-1942)

    PPS He was also a colleague of Nicolas Sominsky


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