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Robert Schumann died in middle age; for the last two years of his life, after an attempted suicide, he was confined to a mental institution at his own request. Original member's compositions only. Classical and arrangement works only. Login to add to a playlist. All results Original member's compositions only Classical and arrangement works only You've Selected: If you use and like Free-scores.
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In he entered the University of Leipzig, where his attention to his studies was as intermittent as it was to be the following year at Heidelberg. He was eventually able to persuade his mother and guardian that he should be allowed to study music under the well-known piano teacher Friedrich Wieck, whose own energies had been directed with some intensity towards the training of his own daughter Clara, a pianist of prodigious early talent.
Schumann's ambitions as a pianist, however, were frustrated by a weakness in the fingers, whatever its true cause, and his other musical studies had, at the very least, lacked application. Nevertheless in the s he wrote a great deal of music for the piano, often in the form of shorter, genre pieces, with some extra-musical literary or autobiographical association. There was an affair with one of Wieck's pupils, later broken off, but by he had begun to turn his attention to Clara Wieck, nine years his junior.
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Wieck had good reason to object to the liaison. His daughter had a career before her as a concert performer and Schumann had shown signs of instability of character, whatever his abilities as a composer might be. Matters were taken to an extreme when resort was had to litigation, in order to prevent what Wieck saw as a disastrous marriage. It was not until that Schumann was eventually able to marry Clara, after her father's legal attempts to oppose the match had finally failed. The couple married in September, remaining first in Leipzig, although journeys took place for concert appearances by Clara, generally accompanied by her husband, whose position was of lesser distinction.
In they moved to Dresden, where it seemed that Schumann might recover from the bouts of depression that he had suffered in the earlier days of marriage. The pressures on him led to a complete nervous break-down in and final years spent in an asylum at Endenich, where he died in After his marriage he was urged by his wife to turn his attention to larger forms, a piano concerto and the first of his symphonies.
He had earlier suggested that he should tackle the form of the string quartet and made some attempts which remained only as rough sketches of what was planned.
It was only in , the year of his piano quartet and piano quintet, that he began serious study of the late Beethoven quartets and the quartets of Haydn and of Mozart, during a period at home in Leipzig, after he had left his wife to continue her concert tour of North Germany without him. This continued at the keyboard with Clara Schumann, after her return in April, together with a study of counterpoint.
It was Beethoven who provided the most significant model in a form that had increasingly seemed out of place in its contemporary musical context.
Schumann noted his attempt at writing a quartet on 2 June and during June and the following month completed all three. They were published the following year with a dedication to his friend Felix Mendelssohn. The first quartet had its first public performance at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig on 8 January and the third on 18 January.
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