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  • 1867057Q7351Robert SchumannRobertSchumannSchumann,_RobertSchumann-photo1850.jpg18101856German composer and music critic Nachtstücke, Op. 9, 1839 "Canonbury"
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  • Loving Hearts by Bernard of Clairvaux, tr. Ray Palmer (Canonbury by Robert Schumann) 1785682The Army and Navy Hymnal — Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts
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  • Versions of Canonbury by Robert Schumann 1867054Versions of CanonburyRobert Schumann Versions of Canonbury include: "Canonbury" in The Army and Navy
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  • Speak to Me, that I May Speak by Frances Ridley Havergal (Canonbury by Robert Schumann) 1873583The Army and Navy Hymnal — Lord, Speak to Me, that I May
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  • Renewal R499842 (with Hilah Paulmier) Florestan, the life and work of Robert Schumann (1945) Renewal R544833 Peace days (1946) Renewal R568386, Hilah Paulmier
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  • Bakst Weber Les Sylphides Fokine Bakst Chopin Le Carnaval Fokine Bakst Robert Schumann Scheherazade Fokine Bakst Rimsky-Korsakov Cléopatre Fokine Bakst Arensky
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  • "Robert le Diable" — Later Productions — Dealings with Wagner — Special Features of Meyerbeer's Music Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Robert Schumann Frédéric
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  • Schooner Schopenhauer, Arthur Schreiner, Olive Schubert, Franz Peter Schumann, Robert Schumann-Heink, Ernestine Schurman, Jacob Gould Schurz, Carl Schuyler,
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  • England of Schumann's ‘Paradise and the Peri’ is perhaps one of the most memorable pieces of wrong judgment extant. It begins: ‘Robert Schumann has had his
    370 bytes (662 words) - 08:34, 26 June 2014
  • youth of 18, and in accordance with the advice of his brother-in-law, Robert Schumann, he spent two years at the Conservatorium of Leipzig, which was then
    347 bytes (367 words) - 01:52, 9 June 2013
  • die Peri,' by Robert Schumann, for solos, chorus, and orchestra (op. 50) in 3 parts, containing 26 nos. The words were compiled by Schumann himself from
    387 bytes (228 words) - 07:55, 17 December 2015
  • began at Zwickau under the inspiration of the “Zwickau prophets.” Robert Schumann (1810-1856), the musical composer, was born here in a house which still
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  • Weber, the Eufonia, the Tageblatt, and the Zeitgenossen. Finally, when Robert Schumann established his Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, Becker became one of its
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  • Mater." As a composer he reflected very strongly the influence of Robert Schumann. Lacking the vital spark of originality, his compositions have not
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  • tombs of Schiller's widow and his son Ernst, those of the composer Robert Schumann, and the poet A. W. von Schlegel. In 1861, Kaufmann was appointed by
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  • of any other celebrated pianist, he has been hailed by judges like Robert Schumann and Herr von Lenz as one of the greatest players. His representative
    367 bytes (590 words) - 23:24, 29 June 2013
  • of A. W. von Schlegel, the diplomatist Christian Karl von Bunsen, Robert Schumann, Karl Simrock, E. M. Arndt and Schiller's wife. The town is adorned
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  • enthusiastically. An enthusiastic account of the event was written by Robert Schumann, who pronounced Bennett to be the most “musikalisch” of all Englishmen
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  • Britannica, Volume 24 Schumann, Robert Alexander 3932561911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 24 — Schumann, Robert Alexander SCHUMANN, ROBERT ALEXANDER (1810-1856)
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  • exist in 1888."] The name Felix Meritis was more than once applied by Robert Schumann to Felix Mendelssohn; see 'Gesammelte Schriften' (Leipzig, 1854), i
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