Leneson and Schumanns Scenes from Childhood

LeNeSOn and the youngest listeners will learn about Schumann’s Scenes from Childhood, originally written for the piano, but this time, in a magnificent arrangement for orchestra. The music will tell exciting stories about foreign lands and their people, playing blind man’s bluff, a cozy time at the fireside, knights and their horses, something frightening, something serious, a poet’s speech, but the most popular scene of them all is called Dreaming. As usual, the children can draw together, learn about musical instruments and engage in other activities during the intermission.


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