The symphony in c major by german composer robert schumann was published in 1847 as his symphony no 2 op 61 although it was the third symphony he had completed counting the b flat major symphony published as no 1 in 1841 and the original version of his d minor symphony of 1841 later revised and published as no 4. Schumann symphony no 2 in c major op 61 in presenting the symphony no 2 to his publisher schumann worried that his illness might be evident in the music but in listening to it what we hear most is not suffering but striving not illness but strength and even heroism composed mainly in the optimistic key of c major its . In the autumn of 1844 clara moved the schumann household to dresden where robert recovered enough from a terrifying attack of nerves to complete the a minor piano concerto for her in july 1845 soon thereafter he began thinking about a new symphony which eventually became the third of his four although published as no 2. Symphony no 2 in c major symphony no 2 in c major symphony no 2 final score and more can be represented within the scope of a wind ensemble the symphony no 2 is an exploration of as many voices as i could formalize resulting in a kind of concerto for wind
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