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The Complete Correspondence of Clara and Robert Schumann

Critical Edition. Volume II- Edited by Eva Weissweiler- Translated by Hildegard Fritsch and Ronald L. Crawford

Ronald Crawford and Hildegard Fritsch

The second volume of the Schumann correspondence contains letters written by Robert Schumann (1810-1856) and Clara Wieck Schumann (1819-1896) in 1839, documenting the major events of that year: Clara's concert tour and stay in Paris, Friedrich Wieck's continued vehement opposition to Robert's courtship of his daughter, Clara and Robert's legal action to obtain the court's consent for their marriage, Clara's reunion and stay with her mother in Berlin, and the death of Robert's brother Eduard.

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Introductory Remarks by the Editor ix Translators' Introduction The Letters xiii The Translation xix Acknowledgments xxxii List of Letters in Volume II XXXlll Editorial Symbols xxxviii The Correspondence, 1839 1 Endnotes 527 Index of Works Mentioned 563 Index of Names 567 This page intentionally left blank

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