After her studies with Clara Schumann ended, (she had previously been a pupil of Carl Reinecke), Fanny Davies (1861-1934) became one of the most celebrated of English pianists. She gave the first performances in England of Brahms Klavierstucke Op 116 and 117. And of course, Davies carried on the style and tradition of the performance of Schumann's piano music that she had learned from the composer's widow, Clara.
At the age of 67, Davies made her first recording in 1928 performing the Schumann Piano Concerto. The following year she recorded Schumann's Davidsbundlertanze Op 6. In December of 1930, Davies made her last released recording of the same composer's Kinderszenen Op. 15. She also recorded that same month Schumann's Fantasiestucke Op 12, Romanze in F sharp Op 28 No. 2 and the Study in canon form Op. 56 No 5.
Unfortunately, none of these have been published and may have been lost.
Pleyel de 1836 en Palissandre ayant appartenu à la Reine de Naples.