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Enoch Arden Album Elizabeth Schumann Sonya Schumann
Enoch Arden

Poetry by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Music by Richard Strauss

Narrator: Sonya Schumann

Pianist: Elizabeth Schumann

Enoch Arden is an epic melodrama, an elaborate tale of tragic loss and noble self denial. Originally published as a poem in 1864 by Alfred Lord Tennyson, the words were set to piano music in 1897 by Richard Strauss. The resulting dialogue between narrator and pianist weaves a poignant story of friendship, love, separation, and sacrifice. 

Recorded at the Schumann Music Studio, a classical recording studio in San Francisco

Live in Recital


Mozart Variations, K. 265

Chopin Waltz in A flat, opus 42

Bach Preludes, Fugues, and Fantasia

Beethoven Sonata, opus 27 no 1

Schubert-Liszt Song Transcriptions

Live in Concert


Chopin Waltz, opus 42

Chopin Mazurkas, opus 59

Chopin Nocturne, opus 55 no 2

Chopin Concerto, opus 11

The Magic Piano


Schumann: Kinderszenen: Glückes Genug
Chopin Minute Waltz, opus 64 no 1
Rimsky-Korsakov Flight of the Bumblebee
Chopin Black Key Etude, opus 10 no 5
Gershwin-Wild Fascinatin’ Rhythm
Chopin Etude opus 10 no 4
Grieg Butterfly
Chopin Prelude in A flat, opus posth
Prokofiev March from The Love of Three Oranges
Chopin Revolutionary Etude, opus 10 no 12

Beethoven Fur Elise


Piano Carnival


Saint Saens: Carnival of the Animals; Poetry by Christopher Steger

Introduction et marche royale du lion (Introduction and Royal March of the Lion)
Poules et coqs
(Hens and Roosters)
Hémiones (animaux véloces)
(Wild Asses; quick animals)
(The Elephant)
Personnages à longues oreilles
(Characters with Long Ears)
Le coucou au fond des bois
(The Cuckoo in the Depths of the Woods)
Le cygne
(The Swan)

NeoCamerata: Travels



1. Filled with Youth & Optimism

2. The Eternal Question

3. Prayer

4. Finding Joy & Wonder

Dream on a Cirrus Sky

Vokante Heroa

1. A Hero's Life

2. Celestial Calling

3. Fury of the Living

Composer: Mark Landson

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