6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56

6 Studies in Canon form (Studien in kanonischer Form), Op. 56, is a set of etudes written by Robert Schumman in 1845. They were published that same year in Leipzig by F. Whistling. The studies, which were dedicated to Johann Gottfried Kuntsch, are inteded to be performed in either organ or piano.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - Complete Score
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - I. Nicht zu schnell [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - II. Mit innigem Ausdruck [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - III. Andantino [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - IV. Innig [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - V. Nicht zu schnell [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
6 Studies in Canon Form, Op. 56 - VI. Adagio [Piano 4 Hands arr. - Georges Bizet]
Composer Form Instrument Period
Robert Schumann Etude 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 ...