ROBERT SCHUMANN, A Biography in Word and Picture,

By: Georg Eismann, translated

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ROBERT SCHUMANN, A Biography in Word and Picture, by Georg Eismann, translated from the German by Lena Jaeck
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VEB Edition, Leipzig, 1964. Hardcover, 12" x 8½", with dust jacket. Previous owner's name to ffep. Jacket edges have several tears. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Light-green cloth-bound boards with dark-green type to spine and front, and 252 b&w photographic plates. A beautifully-produced biography of German composer, Robert Alexander Schumann (1810-1856), from his family upbrining, studying in the house of Wieck, his marriage to the beautiful Clara, the injury to his right hand, his writing and composing, his friends, the Directorship of the Dusseldorf Orchestra, mental instability, etc etc. The extensive photographic collection published here is supplemented with extracts from his appropriate letters.

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