Where did Clara Schumann die?
she died in Germany Frankfurt and was buried in bon's AlterFriedhof old cemetery
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Clarissa "Clara" Harlow Barton died of pneumonia at the age of 90 in Glen Echo, Maryland . She died on April 12, 1912 in Glen Echo, Maryland at the age of 91 from complications of a cold. She was buried back at Oxford, MA. she got very sick, back in 1912 she had no meds. she died of drowning to pne…umonia. ( Full Answer )
She died on April 12, 1912 in Glen Echo, Maryland at the age of 91 from pneumonia. She was buried back at Oxford, MA. If my math is correct and she was born December 25, 1821 and died April 12, 1912, she would have been 90 when she died (she would have been 91 on December 25, 1921, but in April, s…he was still 90). ( Full Answer )
If you look at Clara Schumann's edition of Papillons, it appears that Schumann did not provide titles for the movements. In his letters he indicates that he had definite programs in mind drawn from Jean Paul' literary novel "Flegeljahre" (Years of Indiscretion). A detailed discussion of the book and… its relevance to Papillons is in "The philosophy & aesthetics of music" By Edward A. Lippman. See link below: ( Full Answer )
I don't know sorry. maybe when she was in the war. I do know that he died before she did. which means before 1912, when Clara died.
Clara Barton died on April 12th nineteen twelve. I hope people will continue to remember her great achievements
\n. \n Listed by Opus number....remember an opus may contain several works. i.e. Op73 contains 3 FantasiestÃ¼cke . 1 "Abegg" Variations (pf)  \n. \n 2 Papillons (pf)  \n. \n 3 Studies after Caprices by Paganini (pf)  \n. \n 4 6 Intermezzi (pf)  \n. \n 5 Improm…ptus on a Theme by Clara Wieck (pf)  \n. \n 6 DavidsbÃ¼ndlertÃ¤nze\n(pf)  \n. \n 7 Toccata in C (pf)  \n. \n 8 Allegro in b (pf)  \n. \n 9 Carnaval (pf) [1834-5] \n. \n 10 6 Concert Studies on Caprices by Paganini (pf)  \n. \n 11 Piano Sonata #1 in f# [1833-5] \n. \n 12 FantasiestÃ¼cke (pf)  \n. \n 13 Symphonic Ãtudes (pf) [1834, 2 nd version 1852]\n \n. \n 14 Piano Sonata #3 in f [1835-6; rev. 1853] \n. \n 15 Kinderszenen (pf)  \n. \n 16 Kreisleriana (pf)  \n. \n 17 Fantasy in C (pf)  \n. \n 18 Arabeske in C (pf)  \n. \n 19 BlumenstÃ¼ck in Db (pf)  \n. \n 20 Humoreske in Bb (pf)  218 Novelletten (pf)  \n. \n 22 Piano Sonata #2 in g [1835-8] \n. \n 23 4 NachtstÃ¼cke (pf)  \n. \n 24 Song cycle, "Liederkreis" (not to be confused\nwith Op. 39)  \n. \n 25 Song cycle, "Myrthen"  \n. \n 26 Faschingsschwank aus Wien (pf)  \n. \n 27 Lieder und GesÃ¤nge, Vol. I (5 songs)  \n. \n 28 3 Romances (pf)  \n. \n 29 3 Gedichte (vocal quartets w/pf)  \n. \n 30 3 Gedichte (songs)  \n. \n 31 3 GesÃ¤nge (songs)\n \n. \n 32 4 KlavierstÃ¼cke\n(pf) [1838-9] \n. \n 33 6 Lieder\n(part-songs for men's voices w/pf ad lib)  \n. \n 34 4 Duets for\nsoprano & tenor w/pf  \n. \n 35 12 Gedichte\n(songs)  \n. \n 36 6 Gedichte (songs)  \n. \n 37 Gedichte aus "LiebesfrÃ¼hling" (12 songs, but\nnos. 2, 4, 11 are by Clara Schumann)  \n. \n 38 Symphony #1 in Bb, "Spring"  \n. \n 39 Song cycle, "Liederkreis" (not to be confused\nwith Op. 24)  \n. \n 40 5 Lieder (songs)  \n. \n 41 3 string quartets in a, F, A  \n. \n 42 Song cycle, "Frauenliebe und -leben"  \n. \n 43 3 zweistimmige Lieder (duets w/pf)  \n. \n 44 Piano Quintet in Eb  \n. \n 45 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. I (3 songs)  \n. \n 46 Andante & Variations in Bb (2 pfs; orig. version for\n2 pfs, 2 vcs, hn)  \n. \n 47 Piano Quartet in Eb  \n. \n 48 Song cycle, "Dichterliebe"  \n. \n 49 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. II (3 songs)  \n. \n 50 Oratorio, Das Paradies und die Peri [1841-3] \n. \n 51 Lieder und GesÃ¤nge, Vol. II (5 songs)  \n. \n 52 Overture, Scherzo\n& Finale in E  \n. \n 53 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. III (3 songs)  \n. \n 54 Piano Concerto in a [1841 (1 st mvmt) &\n1845 (2 nd & 3 rd mvmts)] \n. \n 55 5 Lieder (part-songs for mixed voices)  \n. \n 56 6 Studies for the pedal piano  \n. \n 57 Ballad, "Belsatzar"  \n. \n 58 6 Sketches for the pedal piano  \n. \n 59 4 GesÃ¤nge (part-songs for mixed voices)  \n. \n 60 6 Fugues on B-A-C-H for organ or pedal piano  \n. \n 61 Symphony #2 in C [1845-6] \n. \n 62 3 GesÃ¤nge (part-songs for men's voices w/pf ad lib)\n \n. \n 63 Piano Trio #1 in d  \n. \n 64 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. IV (3 songs) [1841-7] \n. \n 65 Ritornelle in canonischen Weisen (7 canonic part-songs\nfor men's voices w/pf ad lib)  \n(3 more part-songs, one with ad lib wind band accompaniment, are also\nidentified as Op. 65)  \n. \n 66 Bilder aus Osten (pf 4h)  \n. \n 67 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. I (5 part-songs for mixed\nvoices)  \n. \n 68 Album fÃ¼r die Jugend (pf)  \n. \n 69 Romanzen, Vol. I (6 part-songs for women's voices w/pf ad\nlib)  \n. \n 70 Adagio & Allegro in Ab for hn & pf  \n. \n 71 "Adventlied" for soprano, chorus, orch.  \n. \n 72 4 Fugues (pf)\n \n. \n 73 FantasiestÃ¼cke for clar & pf  \n. \n 74 Spanisches Liederspiel (3 songs, 5 duets, 2 quartets)\n \n. \n 75 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. II (5 part-songs for mixed\nvoices)  \n. \n 76 4 Marches\n(pf)  \n. \n 77 Lieder und GesÃ¤nge, Vol. III (5 songs) [1841-50] \n. \n 78 4 Duets for soprano & tenor w/pf  \n. \n 79 Liederalbum fÃ¼r die Jugend (29 songs)  \n. \n 80 Piano Trio #2 in F  \n. \n 81 Opera, Genoveva [1847-50] \n. \n 82 Waldszenen (pf) [1848-9] \n. \n 83 3 GesÃ¤nge (songs)  \n. \n 84 "Beim Abschied zu singen" for chorus &\nwinds  \n. \n 85 12 KlavierstÃ¼cke for kleine und groÃe Kinder (pf 4h)\n \n. \n 86 KonzertstÃ¼ck in F for 4 hns & orch  \n. \n 87 Ballad, "Der Handschuh"  \n. \n 88 FantasiestÃ¼cke for pf, vn, vc  \n. \n 89 6 GesÃ¤nge (songs)  \n. \n 90 6 Gedichte (songs)  \n. \n 91 Romanzen, Vol. II (6 part-songs for women's voices w/pf\nad lib)  \n. \n 92 KonzertstÃ¼ck (or Introduction & Allegro appassionato)\nin F for pf & orch  \n. \n 93 Motet, "Verzweifle nicht im Schmerzenstal" for\ndouble chorus w/organ ad lib \n. \n [1849, orch. 1852] \n. \n 94 3 Romances for oboe & pf  \n. \n 95 3 GesÃ¤nge (songs)  \n. \n 96 Lieder und GesÃ¤nge, Vol. IV  \n. \n 97 Symphony #3 in Eb, "Rhenish"  \n. \n 98 ALieder und GesÃ¤nge aus "Wilhelm Meister"\n \n. \n 98 BRequiem fÃ¼r Mignon (solo voices, chorus, and orchestra)\n \n. \n 99 Bunte BlÃ¤tter (pf) [1836-49] \n. \n 100 Bride of Messina \nOverture in c [1850-1] \n. \n 101 Minnespiel (4 songs, 2 duets, 2 quartets)  \n. \n 102 5 StÃ¼cke im\nVolkston for vc & pf  \n. \n 103 MÃ¤dchenlieder for 2 women's voices & pf (4 duets)\n \n. \n 104 7 Lieder  \n. \n 105 Violin Sonata #1 in a  \n. \n 106 Declamation w/pf, "SchÃ¶n Hedwig"  \n. \n 107 6 GesÃ¤nge (songs) [1851-2] \n. \n 108 "Nachtlied" for chorus & orch.  \n. \n 109 Ball-Scenen (orig. "Kinderball"; see Op. 130)\n(pf 4h)  \n. \n 110 Piano Trio #3 in g  \n. \n 111 FantasiestÃ¼cke (pf)  \n. \n 112 Oratorio, Der Rose Pilgerfahrt  \n. \n 113 MÃ¤rchenbilder for vla & pf  \n. \n 114 3 Lieder fÃ¼r 3 Frauenstimmen (vocal trios w/pf)  \n. \n 115 Overture & incidental music, Manfred \n[1848-9] \n. \n 116 "Der KÃ¶nigssohn" (I think this is another\noratorio)  \n. \n 117 4 Husarenlieder\n(songs)  \n. \n 118 3 Clavier-Sonaten fÃ¼r die Jugend (pf)  \n. \n 119 3 Gedichte\n(songs)  \n. \n 120 Symphony #4 in d [1841, revised 1851] \n. \n 121 Violin Sonata #2 in d  \n. \n 122 Declamation w/pf: "Ballade vom Heideknaben"\n& "Die FlÃ¼chlinge"  \n. \n 123 Festival Overture on the "Rheinweinlied" for\norch. w/chorus  \n. \n 124 AlbumblÃ¤tter (pf) [1832-45] \n. \n 125 5 heitere GesÃ¤nge (songs)  \n. \n 126 7 ClavierstÃ¼cke in Fughettenform (pf)  \n. \n 127 5 Lieder und GesÃ¤nge [1850-1] \n. \n 128 Julius Caesar Overture in f  \n. \n 129 Cello Concerto in a  \n. \n 130 Kinderball (pf 4h)  \n. \n 131 Fantasy in C for vn & orch \n. \n 132 MÃ¤rchenerzÃ¤hlungen for pf, clar, vla  \n. \n 133 GesÃ¤nge der FrÃ¼he (pf)  \n. \n 134 Introduction & Allegro in d/D for pf & orch\n \n. \n 135 Gedichte der KÃ¶nigin Maria Stuart (5 songs)  \n. \n 136 Hermann und\nDorothea Overture in b  \n. \n 137 Jagdlieder (5 part-songs for men's voices w/4 hns ad\nlib)  \n. \n 138 Spanische Liebes-Lieder (5 songs, 2 duets, 2 quartets,\nplus piano prelude & intermezzo)  \n. \n 139 "Des SÃ¤ngers Fluch" for solo voice, chorus, orch.\n \n. \n 140 "Vom Pagen und der KÃ¶nigstochter" (solo voice,\nchorus, and orchestra)  \n. \n 141 4 doppelchÃ¶rige gesÃ¤nge (part-songs for mixed voices)\n \n. \n 142 4 GesÃ¤nge (songs)  \n. \n 143 "Das GlÃ¼ck von Edenhall" (solo voice, chorus,\nand orchestra)  \n. \n 144 "Neujahrslied" for chorus & orch.\n[1849-50] \n. \n 145 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. III (5 part-songs for mixed\nvoices) [1849-51] \n. \n 146 Romanzen und Balladen, Vol. IV (5 part-songs for mixed\nvoices)  \n. \n 147 Mass (chorus and orchestra)  \n. \n 148 Requiem (chorus and orchestra)  ( Full Answer )
No, it wasn't schizophrenia depression. He died from syphilis and pneumonia. Back then, people who contracted syphilis were placed in asylums because they were considered crazy. I can only imagine how he was treated there.
\nRobert Schumann had a sister that committed suicide because she could not stand any longer with her mental instability.
Clara Barton, born in 1821, founded the American Red Cross. Shedied from tuberculosis when she was 90 years of age.
Clara Schumann wrote no symphonies. She did, however, write a singal piano concerto (in A minor) before she married Robert Schumann, as well as a fair amount of chamber music and piano pieces.
Clara Barton was a humanitarian born in 1821. She died in 1912 oftuberculosis. It does not state what her mother died from.
Hi-Sehnsucht was the driving notion behind much German romantic art, literature and music. There is no adequate translation, but people use "longing for the unattainable," or "yearning" or even "aspiration." The origins of the compound word, Sehnsucht, come from the German words for "longing" and …"addiction" or "insatiable craving." ( Full Answer )
Clara was the wife of Robert Schumann the composer. She was born in Leipzig on September 13, 1819 and died in Frankfurt on May 20, 1896 and was a composer in her own right.
Robert Schumann, born Zwickau, 8 th June 1810 died Endenich, 29 th July 1856, was a classical composer. Some of his compositions were -. 4 Symphonies - including No.1 "Spring" and No.3 "Rhenish". Piano Concerto in A minor. Cello Concerto
A partial listing, with dates, of Clara Schumann's works is available on Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clara_Schumann#Music_of_Clara_Schumann
He was famous for composing German classical music of the Romantic era. His most successful works have been his songs for voice and piano, the A minor piano concerto, two piano sonatas, and various character pieces for solo piano. He was also an influential music critic.
No, because she helped nurse wounded soldiers up to the end of the Civil War, then later founded the American Red Cross. .
He died in an insane asylum. The exact cause is not known. Based on the symptoms, speculation has included tertiary syphilis and brain cancer such as a meningioma, both of which produce auditory hallucinations such as Schumann complained of.
Mark Twain's daughter, Clara Clemens died on November 19, 1962. Shewas a concert singer and played the piano.
Clara Schumann had 8 children. Their names were Marie, Elise, Julie, Emil, Ludwig, Ferdinand, Eugenie, and Felix. However, Emil died at sixteen months. Several of the others died young, in tragic circumstances. Only four of the eight outlived their mother, and only Marie, Elise, and Eugenie lived a …normal healthy life-span. ( Full Answer )
Piano, her husband dedicated her his famous a-minor concerto / Phantasie. Bye the way, this question has already been asked several times...
Johannes Brahms. By the way, the aiding was not all on their side. Brahms visited Robert during his final years in the asylum at Endenich, and was hugely supportive to Clara for the rest of her life (40 years after Robert's death).
According to http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Lib/Schumann-Clara.htm, Clara Schumann was trained from the age of 5 with her father, the well-known pedagogue Friedrich Wieck.
She was the daughter of Robert Schumann's piano teacher. She was much younger and her father did not approve because he wanted her to focus on playing the piano, due to the fact she was a prodigy.
well she was a famous pianoist of her lifetime , that's one of them . anyone ideas?
Clara Schumann lived during the Romantic era and in the 19th century. by the way, your welcome!
Clara Schumann's principal compositions are: several dozen short piano pieces, a piano sonata, two concertos (one unfinished), a piano trio, some two dozen solo songs and three choral songs. She also composed cadenzas, and a number of transcriptions and arrangements for piano. Her style was, broadly…, the romantic style of the time, as found in the music of the Mendelssohns and Robert Schumann (for example). ( Full Answer )
Four symphonies, a piano concerto, chamber music and music for solo piano. Hope this helped! (:
the Genre is actually called "Nocturne" after the piece. romantic compositions were sometimes classified this way.
I will just rephrase your question. It should be "Did Mara died in Mara Clara?". The answer is No. Obviously it's Lenita/Nenita ,played by Jamilla Obispo, who died in the highest rating teleserye. She's the protagonist, she can't die.
Clara Barton died at the age of 90 in 1912 - some 47 years after the Civil War ended.
Clara Barton was born December 25,1821. Clara died on April 12, 1912 at age 90 of natural causes.
They met in the household of Robert Shumann's piano teacher, Friedrich Wieck. Friedrich's daughter Clara was a young piano prodigy who caught the eye of Shumann.
1840, otherwise called Schumann's "Year of Song." It was this year that Clara became legally old enough to give her own consent to be married (her father Friedrich Wieck opposed the marriage).
Conrad Schumann was born on March 28, 1942 and died on June 20, 1998. Conrad Schumann would have been 56 years old at the time of death or 73 years old today.
Clara Schumann was born on September 13, 1819 and died on May 20, 1896. Clara Schumann would have been 76 years old at the time of death or 195 years old today.
Robert Schumann was born on June 8, 1810 and died on July 29, 1856. Robert Schumann would have been 46 years old at the time of death or 205 years old today.
Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia of Spain died on December 1, 1633 at the age of 67.
She was a child prodigy, an accomplished pianist, and a composer. Married Robert Schumann, and was later a great friend of Brahms.......
4 ... all gold and won at the 1896 Games in Athens. In gymnastics, Carl won the horse vault event along with team parallel bars and team horizontal bar. In wrestling, he won the unlimited class Greco-Roman event.
Clara Schumann composed 66 works, 20 for solo piano and 4 for piano and orchestra. Her output was restricted owing to her commitments of raising 8 children and also her career as a concert pianist.
Clara Schumann was born in Germany on the 13th of September 1819. This famous musician and composer has music available on youtube for future reference.
Clara Shumann is known for being a widely talented pianist. People say that she played the piano the most soulfully that they had ever heard around the Romantic Era.
Most of Clara Schumann's works were for or included her instrument, the piano. She wrote a concerto and a piano trio, very much solo piano music and songs for voice with piano accompaniment. She also wrote some choral music. As she grew older she wrote less, and produced no works after the age of 36…. She devoted most of her life to her husband, Robert Schumann's music. ( Full Answer )
Clara Louise Burnham died on June 20, 1927, in Bailey Island, Maine, USA of heart disease.
Maria Clara Machado died on April 30, 2001, in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil of lymphoid cancer.
The cast of Robert Schumann - Clara Wieck - Johannes Brahms - 2006 includes: Norbert Funken as Arzt Elsa Hanewinkel as Clara Schumann Rita Lilienbecker as Magd Dennis Lilienbecker as Reiter Sebastian Mirow as Johannes Brahms Eline Sickmann as Kind Clemens Wallmeier as Pfleger
The cast of The Hands of Clara Schumann - 1954 includes: Sarah Churchill as Clara Weick Schumann
The cast of Robert Schumann - Das Paradies und die Peri - 2010 includes: Mary Ann McCormick as The Angel Carissa Castaldo as The Peri The Hudson Valley Singer as Choir Natalya Kraevsky as The Maiden The New York Metamorphoses Orchestra as Orchestra Eugene Sirotkine as Conductor
Clara Wieck was married to Robert Schumann and was loved by Johannes Brahms. Brahms adored Schumann as his mentor and friend, so he never tried to woo Clara even after Robert's death.