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Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s a performance by multi-instrumentalist Peter Pringle of Robert Schumann’s Widmung, arranged for theremin:

This composition, Widmung (“dedication”) was written by the German composer Robert Schumann in 1840. It was part of a song cycle called Myrthen, and the text was taken from a poem by Friedrich Ruckert. It is one of the most popular of all of Schumann’s compositions, and was transcribed for keyboard by Franz Liszt.

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