Clara Wieck-Schumann (1819–1896), who married Robert Schumann in 1840, was a fascinating artistic figure – both as a pianist and as a composer. While her legendary virtuosity has faded away for ever, her works still live. Clara already began composing when she was a child: her opus 1 (of a total of 23 opera) was published when she was a mere 11 years old. This volume contains a selection of some of her most valuable compositions for piano, including a very worthwhile, hitherto unpublished “Romance”.