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Meet the Composer - Clara Wieck Schumann

 
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he TARDIS has found its way to the year 1879 and the town of Frankfurt, Germany. We're outside the studio of Clara Wieck Schumann, teacher, pianist and composer. We've rung the bell and Frau Schumann is coming to the door.

 
 

(Message from Gallifrey: If your sound is on, you're hearing Clara Schumann's Four Pieces for the Piano, Opus 15, No. 2 now, played by Eric Halstead. If not, you can listen to it by clicking on the title.)

"You called, master?"

Robert and Clara Wieck Schumann

Clara Wieck Schumann

born September 13, 1819, died May 20, 1896
(painting from 1878)

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