Three Romances Op 94-CEL(BSN)/PN
Publisher: International Music Co
for cello and piano
by Robert Schumann (1810-1856)- German Romantic composer
The Romances were originally composed for oboe and piano while Schumann was in Dresden from the 7th through the 12th of December, 1849. The first known public performance took place on January 24th and the 14th of February, 1863 in the Leipzig Gewandhaus with Danish oboist Emilius Lund and German composer and pianist, Carl Reinecke.
The unique charms of the Three Romances have made them a favorite of wind players as well as string players. Many editions for various instruments abound.
This edition is for cello and piano, edited by Valter Despalj. It also includes a transcription of the solo line, edited for bassoon by Trevor Cramer, free at no extra charge.