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CLARA WIECK SCHUMANN
Transcript of CLARA WIECK SCHUMANN
Clara's dad Friedrich Wieck was a voice director who used to teach Robert. He was born on August 18, 1785 in Pretzsch, Germany and died on October 6, 1873 Loschwitz, Germany
Clara's mom Marianne Tromlitz was a talented woman. She was born on 1797 and died in 1872.
5 decades is a really long time and she stopped when she was 60 years old.
SHE WAS A TEACHER AS WELL
-Clara had 8 children
-Concerts were held at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig to celebrate golden jubilee of Clara’s performing career.
-She played her last concert in 1891 before she passed away.
-After the death of her husband, Robert Schumann Clara committed herself completely to the interpretation of her husband’s works.
After Robert died. Clara was suffering from rheumatism which is a type of disease which effects the joints of your body and connective tissues and everyone who Clara knew were trying to heal her but it didn't really help her.
Clara Schumann was born on September 13, 1819 in Leipzig, Germany and married to the composer we all might know and love "Robert Alexander Schumann" .
By:Nathan, Maira, Aryana,Janine and Aamodit
Clara Josephine Wieck Schumann
She used to sing solos, and had 2 children which were Clara herself and George.
She died on May 20, 1896 in Frankfurt, Germany and lived for 77 years.
Fredrich also published a lot of books and went to Martin Luther University to study.
Clara also composed a lot of music throughout her life starting from when she was only 10 years old and continued that for the next 5 decades and stopped 17 years before she passed away in 1879.
1879 March for piano in E flat major Keyboard March
1856 Romance for piano in B minor Keyboard Romance
1855 Romance for piano in A minor, Op. 21/1 Keyboard
1853 Was weinst du, Blümlein, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/1 Vocal Music Art Song
1853 Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann, for piano in F sharp minor, Op. 20 composition description Keyboard Theme & Variations
1853 Romances (3) for violin & piano, Op. 22 composition description Chamber Music Romance
1853 Romances (3) for piano, Op. 21 Keyboard Romance
1853 Romance, for violin & piano, Op. 22/2 Chamber Music
1853 Romance, for violin & piano in D flat major, Op. 22/1 Chamber Music Romance
1853 Romance for piano in G minor, Op. 21/3 Keyboard
1853 Romance for piano in A minor Keyboard Romance
1853 O Lust, O Lust, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/6 Vocal Music
1853 Lieder aus Jucunde (6), for voice & piano, Op. 23 composition description Vocal Music Art Song
1853 Geheimes Flüstern hier und dort, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/3 Vocal Music Art Song
1853 Das Veilchen ("Ein Veilchen auf der Wiese stand'), song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1853 Das ist ein Tag, der klingen mag, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/5 Vocal Music Art Song
1853 Auf einem grünen Hügel, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/4 Vocal Music
1853 An einem lichten Morgen, song for voice & piano (Lieder aus Jucunde), Op. 23/2 Vocal Music Art Song
1848 Choruses (3), for chorus Choral
1847 Konzertsatz (Concerto Movement), for piano & orchestra in F minor Concerto Concerto
1846 Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17 composition description Chamber Music Trio
1846 Mein Stern ("O du mein Stern"), song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1846 Beim Abschied ("Purpurgluten leuchten ferne"), for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1845 Preludes and Fugues (3) for piano, Op. 16 composition description Keyboard Prelude & Fugue
1845 Prelude for piano in F minor Keyboard Prelude
1845 Prelude and Fugue, for piano in F sharp minor Keyboard
1845 Fugues (3) on Themes of J.S. Bach, for piano Keyboard Fugue
1844 Impromptu for piano in E major Keyboard Impromptu
1843 Oh Weh des Scheidens, song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1843 Loreley ("Ich weiss' nicht was soll es bedeuten"), song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1843 Ich hab' in deinem Auge, song for voice & piano, Op. 13/5 Vocal Music Art Song
1842 Sie liebten sich beide, song for voice & piano, Op. 13/2 composition description Vocal Music Art Song
1842 Liebeszauber ("Die Liebe saß als Nachtigall"), song for voice & piano, Op. 13/3 Vocal Music Art Song
1842 Die stille Lotosblume, song for voice & piano, Op. 13/6 Vocal Music Art Song
1842 Der Mond kommt still gegangen, song for voice & piano, Op. 13/4 Vocal Music Art Song
1841 Warum willst du and're fragen, song for voice & piano, Op. 12/11 Vocal Music Art Song
1841 Songs (3) from poems of Rückert, for voice & piano, Op. 12 composition description Vocal Music Art Song
1841 Scherzo for piano No. 2 in C minor, Op. 14 Keyboard Scherzo
1841 Pièces Fugitives (4), for piano, Op. 15 composition description Keyboard Character Piece
1841 Piano Sonata in G minor Keyboard Sonata
1841 Liebst du um Schönheit, song for voice & piano, Op. 12/4 Vocal Music Art Song
1841 Er ist Gekommen in Sturm und Regen, song for voice & piano, Op. 12/2 Vocal Music Art Song
1841 Die gute Nacht, song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1840 Volkslied ("Es fiel ein Reif in der Frühlingsnacht"), for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1840 Songs (6) for voice & piano, Op .13 Vocal Music Art Song
1840 Ihr Bildnis ("Ich stand in dunklen Traumen"), song for voice & piano, Op. 13/1 Vocal Music Art Song
1840 Ihr Bildnis ("Ich stand in dunklen Traumen"), song for voice & piano (first version of Op. 13/1) Vocal Music
1840 Am Strande ("Traurig schau ich von der Klippe"), for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1838 Souvenir de Vienne, impromptu for piano, Op. 9 Keyboard Variations
1838 Scherzo for piano No. 1 in D minor, Op. 10 Keyboard Scherzo
1838 Romances (3) for piano, Op. 11 Keyboard Romance
1837 Variations de Concert on a Cavatina from Bellini's "Pirata," for piano, Op. 8 Keyboard Variations
1835 Valses Romantiques, for piano, Op. 4 Keyboard Waltz
1834 Soirées Musicales, 6 pieces for piano, Op. 6 composition description Keyboard Collection
1834 Notturno for piano in F major, Op. 6/2 Keyboard Nocturne
1834 Ballade for piano in D minor, Op. 6/4 Keyboard
1833 Walzer ("Horch! Welch ein süßes"), for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1833 Pièces Charactéristiques (4) for piano, Op. 5 Keyboard Character Piece
1833 Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 7 composition description Concerto Concerto
1832 Der Wanderer in der Sägemühle ("Dort unten in der Mühle"), song for voice & piano (attributed) Vocal Music Art Song
1832 Der Wanderer ("Die Straßen, die ich gehe"), song for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1831 Romance Varié, for piano, Op. 3 Keyboard Romance
1831 Etude for piano in A flat major Keyboard Etude
1831 Caprices in the Form of a Waltz, for piano, Op. 2 Keyboard Waltz
1830 Der Abendstern ("Bist du denn wirklich so fern"), for voice & piano Vocal Music Art Song
1829 Polonaises (4) for piano, Op. 1
These are all the compositions Clara did.
clara shumann wrote 66 compositions all together !
She was also a pianist and a soprano which is only for women
When Clara was just 4 years old their parents were divorced and Clara was raised by Fredrich, Clara's first instrument was a piano which her Father taught her at the age of 5 years old. When she was 8 years old she performed at the Dr. Ernst Carus' mental hospital. At the age of 14 Clara was practicing a piano concerto and when she was 16 she performed in the Leipzig Gewandhaus orchestra which was conducted by Felix Mendelssohn.
Clara Wieck performed a series of recitals in Vienna from December 1837 to April 1838
But she got divorced so she wasn't there for Clara very much
Clara's career was becoming a great piano player with Robert's encouragement; she aimed to be the best piano player ever and to talk about concerts and stuff with Robert which he totally hated. One day when Robert wanted to be a conductor or administrator but unfortunately he failed and everyone was complaining as Clara was his wife she tried to protect Robert. After that Robert suffered from Asylum.
So that meant Clara was the one stuck with all the house chores.
HOPE YOU LIKE IT
Are you amazed she made 66 compositions before she died
Clara was also a teacher and one of her students carried her teaching to England she was Mathilde Verne then Carl Friedberg carried her teaching to Juillard school in America.