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Re: Unknown Schumann piece

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: Unknown Schumann piece
Date: Sat, 03 May 2014 23:35:48 +0200
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Am 03.05.2014 22:20, schrieb Malte Meyn:
On 03.05.2014 21:54, Martin Tarenskeen wrote:

On Sat, 3 May 2014, Martin Tarenskeen wrote:

There is just one important thing that I couldn't read in Schumann's
handwriting. It's overstroken by Schumann and in that typical 19th
century German handwriting. But maybe someone in this group is able to
read it. See attachment.


the first word is “Für” (English: “for”)

I think this is absolutely clear.

an I think the third one could
be “Clavier” (“piano”).

This not. (I mean it's not clear).

Oh, maybe “Für zwey Clavier(e)” (“for two pianos”)? That would explain
the two hooks/swashes below the line (belonging to the z and y). And
could also explain why this text was cancelled.

I wouldn't bet my reputation against it, but I am quite sure the second word is "ganz"

Maybe something like "Für ganz Kleine:"?
Would make sense in the context of op. 68, but I really can't read the last word.



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