Schumann

[ US /ˈʃumən/ ]
NOUN
  1. German pianist and composer of piano music; renowned for her interpretation of music, especially the music of her husband Robert Schumann (1819-1896)
  2. German romantic composer known for piano music and songs (1810-1856)
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How To Use Schumann In A Sentence

  • In 1820 Schumann was sent to the local Gymnasium, where his education proceeded on traditional lines.
  • With Schumann, Ullrich and the equestrian dressage team, the Germans had their best day of the Games with three gold medals to lift spirits deflated by a below-par Olympics so far.
  • In the second half of the concert, the symphonic suite Carelia by Jean Sibelius and Symphony No.4 in d-moll by Robert Schumann were performed.
  • Tempos tend to be driving, and accents tend to be emphatic, strengthening the similarities between Schumann and Beethoven.
  • Strictly speaking, only one of the three Schumann works Thomas Trotter plays here on the Ladegast organ of Merseburg Cathedral in Saxony Anhalt, the Six Fugues on BACH Op 60, was composed for organ. Schumann: Organ works – review
  • At the time Rachmaninov wrote, he competed with variations on the same theme by Liszt, Schumann, and Brahms.
  • Essentially, this recording adds little to the Schumann discography, and other reviews I have read seem to be of like opinion.
  • If not all the studies have an equivalent sensitivity, the fault is partly Schumann's and that of the modern piano.
  • Schumann is represented by his Romances, originally for oboe, published also for clarinet, despite the composer's express countermand.
  • A global lightning location algorithm based on the electromagnetic signature in the Schumann resonance band.
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