What kind of music did Robert Schumann compose?
Chamber works 1 Op. 41, Three String Quartets in A minor, F and A (1842) 2 Op. 44, Piano Quintet in E flat (1842) 3 Op. 46, Andante and variations for two pianos (1843) (also see WoO 10) 4 Op. 47, Piano Quartet in E flat (1842) 5 Op. 63, Piano Trio No. 6 Op. 7 Op. 8 Op. 9 Op. 10 Op.
What kind of music does a baritone sing?
The Jazz Age is a time where baritones ruled the music industry. Many singers’ deep voices, including Frank Sinatra’s, were the “talk of the town.” It’s no surprise that a lot of songs from this list come from this era because there were so many good baritone songs to choose from.
Where can I find the works of Robert Schumann?
Schumann at Google Books, including worklist pp. 345–363 and elsewhere. Margit L. McCorkle, Robert Schumann: Thematisch-Bibliographisches Werkverzeichnis (Thematic Bibliographical Catalogue), München: G. Henle Verlag, 2003. 1130p. ISBN 9783873291102.
Schumann devoted the year of 1840 almost exclusively to songs and his song cycles included Dichterliebe and Frauenliebe Und-Leben. Schumann next turned his attention to chamber music.
Which is the last symphony of Robert Schumann?
Symphony No 3 (‘Rhenish’) is one of Schumann’s last great masterpieces. The ‘Rhenish’ Symphony was inspired by Schumann’s happy memories of a trip to the Rhineland with his wife Clara. Traditionally symphonies have only four movements but in this work Schumann expanded the conventional structure to five movements.
Which is the most difficult work by Robert Schumann?
Piano variations of overwhelming mastery and surprising spontaneity given Schumann spent several years on the work. The Études are considered to be one of the most difficult works for piano by Schumann (together with his Fantasy In C and Toccata) and in the entire piano repertoire.