Critical Edition. Volume II- Edited by Eva Weissweiler- Translated by Hildegard Fritsch and Ronald L. Crawford
Endnotes Letter No. 112 Count Heinrich von Reuss-Kostritz (1803-1852), music patron, friend of Robert Schumann (henceforth referred to as R. S.) Count Joseph Sedlnitzky von Choltic (1778-1855), head of the Austrian Bureau of Censors Katharina Cibbini, nee Kozeluch (1785-1858), pianist and composer, lady-in-waiting for Empress Maria Anna of Austria Letter No. 113 Nanny (family name unknown), former maid of Clara Wieck (henceforth referred to as c. W.) Emilie List (1818-1902), daughter of Friedrich List, political economist, friend of c. w. Henriette Voigt, nee Kuntze (1808-1839), pianist, friend of R. S. William Sterndale Bennett (1816-1875), English pianist, composer, and conductor French woman-refers to Claudine Dufour, C. W. 's traveling companion Carl Banck (1809-1889), composer, music critic, often referred to as B. Moritz Reuter (1802-1853), physician, friend of R. S. and C. W., often referred to as R. Toccata in C major (1829-1832), Op. 7, by R. S. Fantasiestilcke (1837), Op. 12, by R. S. C.-refers to Katharina Cibbini, see note to Letter No. 112 above Johann Joseph Hermann Verhulst (1816-1891), Dutch composer, conductor, friend of R. S. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Therese Schumann (1803-1889), wife of R. S. 's brother Eduard Letter No. 114 Zwickau, town in Saxony, hometown of R. S. 528 Endnotes your brother-reference to R. S. 's brother Eduard Hof, town in Bavaria, on the river Saale Johann Georg Wilhelm von Schlegel (1812-1840), postmaster in Zwickau Anker-presumably "Der goldene Anker," a restaurant in Zwickau Ernestine von Fricken (1816-1844), the adoptive daughter of Baron Ignaz von Fricken Count Wilhelm...
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