Robert Schumann, like Mendelssohn and Mozart, wrote his symphonies at an age when most longer-lived composers, are just beginning to mature and wrote only a few truly great ones. After four years at a private school, the boy entered the Zwickau Gymnasium high school in and remained there for eight years.
Schumann was uncomfortable with larger musical forms, such as the symphony and the concerto nevertheless, representative works in these genres contain moments of great beautyexpressing the full range of his lyrical genius in songs and short pieces for piano.
In his songs, as critics have remarked, Schumann attained the elusive union of music and poetry which Romantic poets and musicians defined as the ultimate goal of art. Robert started studying piano at age He also began studies with a prominent Leipzig piano teacher, Friedrich Wieck.
A compulsive womanizer and a heavy drinker, Schumann led a life that aggravated his psychological problems.
His efforts to become a concert pianist failed after he developed partial paralysis of his right hand. Many of his articles take the form of dialogues featuring the "League of David," young artists fighting the "Philistines," and headed by his alter egos "Florestan" and "Eusebius," intended to represent the two contrasting facets -- one ebullient, the other reserved -- of his personality.
During this period Schumann composed feverishly. Spellbound by a musical thought, he would work himself to exhaustion, enthusiastically cultivating a particular genre for a period of time.
For instance, was a "year of songs" in which he brought the Romantic song cycle to its apex. He virtually invented the short, poetic, descriptive Romantic piano work, and produced such works in glorious profusion in the late s.
On February 27,he threw himself into the freezing waters of the Rhine. After his rescue, he voluntarily entered an asylum. Although he had periods of lucidity, his condition deteriorated, and he died there inprobably of tertiary syphilis.Media in category "Kinderszenen" The following 21 files are in this category, out of 21 total.
Robert Schumann - scenes from childhood, op. 15 - i. of foreign lands and monstermanfilm.com 1 min 52 s; MB. Schumann’s Waldszenen (‘Forest scenes’) is another cycle of fragments, written in a matter of days over New Year, ; dating from eleven years after Kinderszenen, it was his last major cycle for solo piano.
The forest that it explores was a subject close to the heart of any self-respecting Romantic, be they writer, poet, artist or musician. Robert Schumann, sometimes given as Robert Alexander Schumann, (8 June ?
29 July ) was a German composer, aesthete and influential music critic. He is one of the most famous Romantic composers of the 19th century.
of over 4, results for "schumann kinderszenen" Amazon Music Unlimited. Listen to any song, anywhere. Learn More about Amazon Music Unlimited. Schumann: Kinderszenen; Kreisleriana Mar 12, by Martha Argerich.
Streaming. Listen with Unlimited. Listen to . Listen to your favorite songs from Schumann, R.: Kinderszenen / Papillons / Carnaval by Jando Jeno Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and . Schumann’s dream-children naturally tend to be far more light and sprightly than his widow’s real ones; Haschemann crotchet = rather than , Bittendes Kind quaver = against It is good to see his tempos again awarded pride of place and Clara’s relegated to footnotes.