|Nonet III für Clara und Robert
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|flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, 2 violins, viola, cello
|At that time, I lived near Bonn in the Rhine region of Germany, and always visited the Schumannhaus in Bonn, and was very involved with those scores. The first quoted theme is a very famous one, but a modern and very different rendering of its development and development. It is neither a supplementary version nor an arranged version, but a material that transforms and develops the original theme to the limit of another dimension. There are often different rhythms that progress at the same time, but this is a mixed combination that is grasped not as a rhythm but as a timbre.