We know Robert Schumann in many ways: as a visionary composer, a seasoned journalist, a cultured man of letters, and a genius who, having passed his mantle on to the young Brahms, succumbed to mental illness in 1856. Drawing on recent pathbreaking research, this collection offers new perspectives on this seminal nineteenth-century figure. In Part I, Leon Botstein and Michael P. Steinberg assess Schumann's efforts to place music at the center of German culture, in public and private sectors. Bernhard R. Appel offers a ...

Schumann and His World 2016, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691635699

Hardcover

Select
Schumann and His World 2014, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691607023

Paperback

Select
Schumann and His World 1994, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780691036984

Trade paperback

Select
Schumann and His World 1994, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780691036977

Revised edition

Hardcover

Select