Clara Clara Wieck, 1819–96, German pianist and composer (wife of Robert Schumann).
Ro·bert [rob-ert; German roh-bert], /ˈrɒb ərt; German ˈroʊ bɛrt/, 1810–56, German composer.
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How to use Schumann in a sentence
We went to northern Italy to do Schumann for eight hours a day, 10 days in a row.Revisiting ‘The Visitors’: An oral history of Ragnar Kjartansson’s multimedia masterpiece | Sebastian Smee, Gabriel Florit, Joanne Lee | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Then Schumann found herself in a marketing class she did like.Some colleges ease up on pushing undergrads into picking majors right away | Jon Marcus | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
For instance, he knew nothing of Schumann, nor the number and keys of Beethovens symphonies.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
The later development of German music, which started from Schumann, was unknown to him.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
And Schumann exclaims: "What are ten editorial crowns compared to one such Adagio as that in the second concerto!"
Chopin either had left or was about to leave Marienbad when he received Schumann's letter.
The pupils of Chopin I have conversed and corresponded with never studied any Schumann under their master.
British Dictionary definitions for Schumann
Elisabeth. (eˈliːzabɛt). 1885–1952, German soprano, noted esp for her interpretations of lieder
Robert Alexander. (ˈroːbɛrt alɛˈksandər). 1810–56, German romantic composer, noted esp for his piano music, such as Carneval (1835) and Kreisleriana (1838), his songs, and four symphonies
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