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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 7:09 pm 
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I think I copied this piece from a PS site, but I forgot what it is. It looks like Schumann. Can anyone identify it for me? Thanks.


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Yes, it's Schumann: "Gl├╝ckes genug" from Kinderszenen/Scenes from Childhood, op.15.

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A Google search on "perfectly contented piano" reveals this in the first hit.

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techneut wrote:
A Google search on "perfectly contented piano" reveals this in the first hit.

You're right, but don't forget that not everybody (especially people of the older generation, of course) is so much into today's Google and Wikipedia world which gives instant answers to almost every question!

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 Post subject: Schumann
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 10:57 am 
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Sorry for wasting your time. I use Google quite a bit, but didn't think of it in this case. Shame on me!


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