Clara Schumann: Romance No. 3 from Three Romances, Op. 22 for double bass and piano (edited by Lucas Drew)

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About the Composer

Clara Wieck Schumann gave her first piano concert at the age of eleven at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig. She was a pupil of her father Friedrich Wieck (1788-1873) who was also the piano teacher of Robert Schumann (1810-56). Clara Wieck and Robert Schumann were married in 1840.

Throughout her life, Clara Schumann concertized throughout Europe. She was head of the piano department at Hoch Conservatory, Frankfurt-am-Main, 1879-92. Also, she edited Robert Schumann’s early letters and complete works.

About the Composition

The piano part of Romance No.3 is a brilliant example of the musicality of Clara Schumann.

About the Editor

Lucas Drew, after a distinguished career of more than 40 years of teaching and performing is now Professor Emeritus at the University of Miami Frost School of Music and Principal Double Bass Emeritus of the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra. Also, he is Founder/Artistic Director Emeritus of the Highlands - Cashiers (NC) Chamber Music Festival (1982-1999).

Dr. Drew studied double bass with Allen Warner, Dmitri Shmuklovsky, and Edward Krolick and later, coached with Frederick Zimmermann. He is a graduate of the University of Miami, University of Illinois, and Florida State University. Many of his former students are active in the music profession.

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