Music faculty member releases book on renowned composer Schumann

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Alexander Stefaniak, assistant professor of musicology in Arts & Sciences, has written a book on the German composer and music critic Robert Schumann.

“Schumann’s Virtuosity: Criticism, Composition, and Performance in Nineteenth Century Germany” (Indiana University Press, 2016) traces Schumann’s influence on virtuosic music, including composition and performance, during the 19th century.

Read more details on the book.

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