Schumann admired the young Pole greatly and wrote much about him in his musical magazine.
Schumann, typical of despair, the voluptuousness of despair!
Far from objecting to this, Schumann sees in it something necessary to musical evolution.
He confessed to me that Schumann was no composer, a talented improviser only.
Go on singing Schumann or Schubert; there are no other songs.
"David, this is unseemly," exclaimed Schumann, with mock severity.
Of this work Schumann said that "a tenth Muse had been added to the nine of Beethoven."
Then some one persuaded Brantome to play a piece of Schumann's.
In only a few instances do they follow the latter-day methods of Schumann and Franz.
Schumann was sadly wanting in the real talent for conducting.