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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Jensen, Eric Frederick, 1951
Schumann / Eric Frederick Jensen.
p. cm. — (The master musicians)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-19-513566-0
1. Schumann, Robert, 1810–1856.
2. Composers—Germany—Biography.
I. Title. II. Master musicians series.
ML410. S4 J45 2000
780'.92—dc21 [B] 00-027866

Series designed by Carla Bolte

Portions of the text have been previously published and are reprinted by permission:
“Schumann at Endenich, ” The Musical Times CXXXIX (March and April 1998), pp. 10–19, 14–24;
“Explicating Jean Paul:The Program for Schumann's Papillons, Op.2, ” 19th Century Music,
Vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 127–44, © 1998 by The Regents of the University of California;
“Schumann, Hummel, and the Clarity of a Well-Planned Composition, ” Studia Musicologica XL (1999), pp. 59–70.

Photograph credits: photos 1–7, 9, 12–15, courtesy Robert-Schumann-Haus, Zwickau, Germany; photos 8, 11, courtesy Wurlitzer-Bruck, New York; photo 10, courtesy Henrich-Heine-Institut, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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