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Robert Schumann: Fantasiestucke (Fantasy Pieces) Op.12 (Wiener Urtext Edition)

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano Solo (PF)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Robert Schumann
Catalogue #: UT50038
ISBN: 9783850550376
This Item Earns 16 Musicroom Points


Schumann composed the Fantasiestucke (Fantasy Pieces) Op.12 in the Spring of 1837, at a time when he was separated from his bride, Clara Wieck. The pieces and the descriptive titles added later reflect Schumann's changeable moods during this time.

This Urtext edition of Schumann's wonderful Fantasiestucke (Fantasy Pieces) provides you with an accurate representation of the composer's original intentions, and is accompanied with detailed critical notes about each piece and their editorial markings.

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Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 50 pages
Language: English, German
Publisher: Wiener Urtext Edition
Editor: Hans-Christian Müller; Gerhard Puchelt

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