Op. 13 no.3
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Sechs Lieder (Op. 13)
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Clara Schumann, née Clara Josephine Wieck, was a German musician and composer, consider by many to be one of the most disguished composers of the Romantic era. She composed a large body of work, including various piano concertos, chamber works, and choral pieces. She was married to Robert Schumann, and maintained a close relationship with Johannes Brahms.
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Emanuel von Geibel , German poet and playwright.
He was born at Lübeck, the son of a pastor. He was originally intended for his father's profession and studied at Bonn and Berlin, but his real interests lay not in theology but in classical and romance philology. In 1838 he accepted a tutorship at Athens, where he remained until 1840. In the same year he published, in conjunction with his friend Ernst Curtius, a volume of translations from Greek. His first poems were published in a volume entitled Zeitstimmen in 1841. In 1842 he entered the service of Frederick William IV, the king of Prussia, with an annual stipend of 300 thalers; under whom he produced König Roderich (1843), a tragedy, König Sigurds Brautfahrt (1846), an epic, and Juniuslieder (1848), lyrics in a more spirited and manlier style than his early poems.
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Previously performed at:
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- 10 May 2020: Oxford Lieder at Fairlight Hall / Helen Charlston
- 07 May 2020: Song at Wolfson / Helen Charlston: Haydn, Brahms and Clara Schumann
- 18 Jan 2018: Welshpool Music Club - 2017 Young Artist Platform Winners
- 15 Oct 2016: Robert & Clara, Songs & Duets: Sophie Karthäuser, Sarah Connolly & Eugen...
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