( 1810–56), German composer; full name Robert Alexander Schumann. He was a leading romantic composer, particularly noted for his songs (including settings of poems by Heinrich Heine and Robert Burns) and piano music. His other works include four symphonies and much chamber music. His wife Clara ( 1819–96) was a noted pianist and composer.
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