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The musical world of Robert Schumann; a selection from his own writings.

Author: Robert Schumann; Henry Pleasants
Publisher: New York, St. Martin's Press [1965]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856.
Musical world of Robert Schumann.
New York, St. Martin's Press [1965]
(OCoLC)654300420
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Schumann; Henry Pleasants
OCLC Number: 607100
Notes: Selections from Gesammelte Schriften über Musik und Musiker first published in 1854.
Description: 205 p. port. 22 cm.
Contents: An opus 2 --
Henri Viextemps and Louis Lacombe --
Theodor Stein --
J.N. Hummel, Études, opus 125 --
New Year's editorial --
Florestan's Shrovetide oration --
Ferdinand Hiller, Études, opus 15 --
Joseph Christoph Kessler --
From the Davidsbündler archives. Sonata in C minor by Handley ; Two sonatas by Carl Loewe ; Grand sonata by Wilhelm Taubert ; Grand sonata by Ludwig Schunke --
Louis Spohr's "Weihe der Töne" --
Christian Gottlieb Müller, Symphony no. 3 --
Some new piano sonatas. Carl Loewe's "Spring" sonata ; "Spring" sonata by Count von Pocci ; Sonata by Franz Lachner --
"Fury over the lost penny" --
Characteristics of the keys --
Letters from a (music-) lover --
Berlioz' Sinfonie fantastique --
Piano sonatas by Mendelssohn and Schubert --
A monument to Beethoven --
The prize symphony --
Theodor Döhler, Concerto for piano and orchestra --
John Field, Piano concerto no. 7 --
Ignaz Moscheles, Piano concertos nos. 5 and 6 --
Henri Herz, Piano concert no.2 --
Chopin's piano concertos --
William Sterndale Bennett --
The museum. Adolf Henselt's Variations for piano, opus 1 ; Stephen Heller, Three impromptus, opus 7 ; Clara Wieck, Soirées for piano, opus 6 ; Felix Mendelssohn, Preludes and fugues, opus 35 ; Frédéric Chopin, Études, opus 25 --
The editor's ball --
The old captain --
"The Huguenots" --
Schubert's Grand duo and three last sonatas --
Luigi Cherubini, String quartet no. 1 in E flat --
Piano concertos --
Gottfried Peyer's Symphony --
Felix Mendelssohn, Piano concerto no. 2 --
Friedrich Kalkbrenner, Études, opus 145 --
Liszt's Études --
Franz Liszt, concerts in Dresden and Leipzig --
Schubert's Symphony in C --
The municipal and communal musical society of the city of Kyritz --
Chopin's Sonata --
Sigismond Thalberg --
Alexander Dreyschock, Grand fantasy --
Chopin, nocturnes, ballade, waltz --
Mendelssohn's "Scottish" symphony --
Louis Spohr, Sixth and seventh symphonies --
Rudolph Willmers --
Robert Franz --
Niels Gade --
"A midsummer night's dream" --
Robert Schumann, Concerto without orchestra --
New paths.
Other Titles: Gesammelte Schriften über Musik und Musiker.
Responsibility: Translated, edited and annotated by Henry Pleasants.

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