Editors’ Notes One of the most virtuosic pianists of the 19th century, German composer and performer Clara Schumann captured the spirit of her time with the contemplative melodies of the 3 Romances and the adventurous, rumbling cadence of the Piano Trio in G Minor. There's a deep pathos in songs like “Ich stand in dunkeln Träumen” and “Er ist gekommen,” which gesture forward to those that Mahler would write 50 years later. Of course, for such a piano innovator, it all comes back to that instrument: The Piano Concerto in A Minor is as grandly dramatic and playfully lyrical as anything her husband, Robert Schumann, wrote.

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3 Romances, Op. 22: III. Leidenschaftlich schnell
3:46
 
Soirées Musicales, Op. 6: II. Nocturne
4:56
 
Soirees musicales, Op. 6: IV. Ballade in D Minor
5:31
 
4:50
 
Variationen uber ein Thema von Robert Schumann, Op.20
11:15
 
Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 7: II. Romanze: Andante non troppo con grazia
4:52
 
Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 7: III. Finale: Allegro non troppo-Allegro molto
11:39
 
4 Pièces caractéristiques, Op. 5: No. 4, Scène fantastique. Ballet des revenants
5:07
 
Sonata in G: I. Allegro
8:53
 
Sonata in G: II. Adagio, Con espressione e ben legato
3:01
 
Sonata in G: III. Scherzo & Trio
2:35
 
Sonata in G: IV. Rondo
5:29
 
Deuxieme scherzo in C Minor, Op. 14 
4:06
 
Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 17: I. Allegro Moderato
10:40
 
Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 17: II. Scherzo: Tempo Di Menuetto
5:17
 
Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 17: III. Andante
4:24
 
Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 17: IV. Allegretto
7:46
 
3 Lieder, Op. 12: 2. Liebst Du Um Schönheit
2:31
 
Six Lieder, Op. 13: 6. Die Stille Lotosblume
3:01
 

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