Piano Quartet, Op. 47

Robert Schumann composed his Piano Quartet in E flat major, Op. 47 in 1842. It has been described as the "creative double" of Schumann's Piano Quintet, also in E-flat major. It is one of the most frequently performed piano quartets in the standard repertoire. According to John Daverio, the work shows the influence of Franz Schubert's second piano trio, also in E-flat Major. The piece is in four movements and lasts about half an hour.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Complete Score (Breitkopf & Härtel)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Violin part (Rudolf Niemann - C.G. Röder.)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Viola part (Rudolf Niemann - C.G. Röder.)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Cello part (Rudolf Niemann - C.G. Röder.)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Piano score (Rudolf Niemann - C.G. Röder.)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - String Parts (Alfred Dörffel)
Piano Quartet, Op. 47 - Brahms' Transcription for Piano 4 Hands (Elberfeld: F.W. Arnold)
Composer Form Instrument Period
Robert Schumann Quartet Piano Romantic

Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann, sometimes known as Robert Alexander Schumann, was a German composer, aesthete and influential music critic. He is regarded as one ...