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Finale from "Symphony No. 3" (tr Kreines)

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Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann (trans. Joseph Kreines)


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Year: 1850 /
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Original Medium: Orchestra
Publisher: Aeolus Music
Cost: Score and Parts (print) - $80.00


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Program Notes

The Symphony No. 3 in E♭ major, Op. 97, also known as the Rhenish, is the last symphony composed by Robert Schumann, although not the last published. It was composed from 2 November to 9 December 1850 and premiered on 6 February 1851 in Düsseldorf, conducted by Schumann himself, and was received with mixed reviews, "ranging from praise without qualification to bewilderment".

Schumann was inspired to write the symphony after a trip to the Rhineland with his wife Clara. This journey was a happy and peaceful trip, which felt to them as if they were on a pilgrimage. He incorporated elements of the journey and portrayed other experiences from his life in the music.

- Program Note from Wikipedia


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