Clara Schumann (1819-1896) was a German composer and renowned pianist who mostly wrote works for the piano. At the time, women were not encouraged to become composers; therefore, she could not get the proper recognition that hers works deserved. As a result, she stopped composing at the age of 37 and dedicated her career to performing and teaching piano.
After many years had passed, in 1879, Clara resumed composing with the "March in E flat major" a 4 handed piano piece which became her last written work. It was performed for the golden wedding ceremony of the painters Julius Hübner and his wife Pauline, who had been a dear friend to her husband Robert Schumann.
- Composer: Schumann arranged by Naoya Wada