Schumann
Presto passionato, Op. 22 (sort of) 

Ronald Turini

This was going to be the finale to the G minor Sonata, Op. 22—until Clara said, “Honey, don’t…just…no.” It’s an amazing piece of music, but she felt it was too difficult and complex, and threw the sonata out of balance. 

31 December 2012 ·

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    Robert Schumann (1810–1856), “Presto Passionato, Op. 22 1831, (sort of) Ronald Turini, piano This was going to be the...
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    ALL OF THE LOVE FOR CLARA SCHUMANN.
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Curtis Lindsay
Pianist, composer,
expert in nonsense.



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