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  1. Sonata per Arpeggione: Viola and Piano (String Solo)
  2. Franz Schubert - 100 Songs: The Vocal Library by Richard Walters, Steven Stolen, 2000-09-01
  3. Four Symphonies in Full Score by Franz Schubert, 1978-10-01
  4. Franz Schubert's Letters and Other Writings by Franz Schubert, 1974-06
  5. Shorter Works for Pianoforte Solo by Franz Schubert, 1970-06-01
  6. Impromptus, Op. 90 (Alfred Masterwork Edition) by Franz Schubert, 2006-05-04
  7. Franz SchubertThe Man and His Circle by Newman Flower, 1939
  8. The New Grove Schubert (The New Grove Series) by Maurice J. E. Brown, 1997-10-17
  9. Impromptus, Op. 142 (Alfred Masterwork Edition) by Franz Schubert, 2006-05-04
  10. Complete Chamber Music for Strings by Franz Schubert, 1973-06-01
  11. Franz Schubert: Music and Belief by Leo Black, 2005-02
  12. Schubert Moments Musicaux, Op. 94 Impromptus, Opp. 90 & 142 for the Piano (Alfred Masterwork Editions)
  13. Franz Schubert Songs: With Piano Accompaniment by Franz; English Translations By Dr. Theodore Baker Schubert, 1923-01-01
  14. The Life of Schubert (Musical Lives) by Christopher H. Gibbs, 2000-04-28

1. Schubert, Franz
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3. Franz SchubertTranslate This PageGrove Concise Dictionary Of Music Listing From
Schubert, Franz (Peter) (born Jan. 31, 1797, Himmelpfortgrund, near Vienna—died Nov. 19, 1828, Vienna) Austrian composer. He learned violin from his schoolteacher father and piano

4. Franz Schubert - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Franz Peter Schubert (January 31, 1797 – November 19, 1828) was an Austrian composer. Although he died at an early age, Schubert was tremendously prolific. He wrote some 600
Franz Schubert
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Schubert" redirects here. For other uses, see Schubert (disambiguation) 1875 oil painting by Wilhelm August Rieder, after his own 1825 watercolor portrait Franz Peter Schubert [ˈfʁants ˈʃuːbɛɐ̯t] ; January 31, 1797 – November 19, 1828) was an Austrian composer Although he died at an early age, Schubert was tremendously prolific. He wrote some 600 Lieder , nine symphonies (including the famous " Unfinished Symphony liturgical music, operas , some incidental music , and a large body of chamber and solo piano music. Appreciation of his music during his lifetime was limited, but interest in Schubert's work increased dramatically in the decades following his death at the age of 31. Franz Liszt Robert Schumann Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn , among others, discovered and championed his works in the 19th Century. Today, Schubert is admired as one of the leading exponents of the early Romantic era in music and he remains one of the most frequently performed composers. Piano sonata in B (composed in 1828) 1. Molto moderato

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6. Franz Peter Schubert (The Lied And Art Song Texts Page: Texts And Translations T
Lyrics of over 600 songs, many with English translation.
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7. Schubert, Franz Peter
Schubert, Franz Peter Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2009. Read Schubert, Franz Peter at Questia library.
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8. - Works By Franz Peter Schubert
Catalogue of works and recordings. Franz Schubert (1797-1828) The Schubert Institute , U.K.
The Deutsch Catalog of Works Contents Impromptus Lieder Masses Quartets ... Trios Selected recordings
  • Arion Trio; Veress on Bis CD-521/524
  • Adagio in E flat, D 897
    • Beaux Arts 1966 on Philips 422836
  • Adagio in E, D 612
    • Demus on Xenophone 88507
  • Allegretto in c, D 915
    • Badura-Skoda 1952 on MCA MCAD-9844
    • Barenboim on DG 2530996
    • Brendel on Philips 422229
    • Goode on Nonesuch 79124
    • Kovacevich on EMI CDC5 55359
    • Pollini on DG 419229
    • Richter, S. on Monitor MCD 72057
    • Richter, S. on DG SLPM 138950
    • Schnabel 1939 on EMI CDH7 61021
  • Allegro in a, D 947
    • Schnabel 1939 on Arabesque Z6575
    • Badura-Skoda; Demus on Valois V 4622
    • Schnabel 1939 on Arabesque Z6575
  • Ave Maria
    • Gigli 1932 on EMI CDM7 69235
    • Pavarotti; Adler; National Philharmonic on London PAV 2003
    • Pavarotti; Wustman on London 421526
  • Ave verum
    • Pavarotti; Wustman on London 421526
  • Choruses, D 985
  • Dances, D 783
    • Serkin, P. on Pro Arte PCD 171
  • Die Verschworenen, D 787
    • Berry; Steingruber; Dutoit, L.; Anton; Roan; Kreutzberger; Grossmann; Vienna Symphony on Theorema TH 121178
  • Divertissement a l'hongroise in g, D 818
  • 9. Schubert, Franz - Definition Of Schubert, Franz By The Free Online Dictionary, T
    Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Franz Schubert Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828), Franz

    10. Schubert, Franz Peter Free Music Downloads, Ringtones, Midis, Sheet Music!
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    11. Schubert Kosegarten Cycle
    Research and conclusions regarding his settings of 20 texts by the poet.
    Franz Schubert
    Kosegarten cycle
    In 1815, Franz Schubert composed 20 songs to texts by Gotthard Ludwig Kosegarten. Research by Morten Solvik reveals that these songs may have been composed as a unified whole and arranged in a particular sequence. This conclusion is founded on a variety of codecological, textual, and musical evidence and can be summarized as follows: the fair copies of these songs were at one time gathered together and the texts of the individual lieder when placed in the order of the fair copies tell the ultimately tragic story of an amourous adventurer and his broken-hearted mistresses. All of this is clearly supported by Schubert's use of key areas, head motives and other self-conciously employed musical devices. Introduction and background
    by Morten Solvik A synopsis of the song cycle
    by Morten Solvik The song texts More information... Updated: 17 December 1999 Lieder

    12. Franz Schubert: Biography From
    Schubert, Franz (Vienna, 17971828, Vienna), the composer, was the son of a schoolmaster and became a choirboy of the Court Chapel. After assisting his father for a few years
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    Home Library Miscellaneous Britannica Concise Encyclopedia Antonio Salieri Trout Quintet and a mass. In 1821, 20 of his most popular songs were published with great success, and he wrote the three-act opera Alfonso und Estrella . Despite his first awareness of the disease (possibly syphilis) that would kill him, his amazing production continued in 1822, with the Unfinished Symphony and the Wanderer Fantasy . He was often ill during his last five years but continued his production of music, including the song cycles The Miller's Beautiful Daughter and Winter Journey , the last three piano sonatas, and the Great Symphony . His last years were made miserable by illness, not poverty; in fact, his greatness was widely recognized. He died at 31, having produced more masterpieces by that age than almost any other composer in history. His 600 songs made the lied a serious genre and sparked its great development in subsequent decades.

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    Sonata [no. 4] in a minor, op. 164 [D 537] (1817)
    MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 5] in A flat major, D 557 (1817) MIDI MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 6] in e minor, D 566 (fragment) (1817) MIDI Sonata [no. 8] in E flat major, op. 122 [D 568] (1817) MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 9] in B (H) major, op. 147 [D 575] (1817) MIDI MIDI MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 13] in A major, op. 120 [D 664] (1819 or 1825) MIDI MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 14] in a minor, op. 143 [D 784] (1823) MIDI MIDI MIDI Sonata [no. 16] in a minor [D 845], op. 42 (1825)

    15. Schubert, Franz - Astro-Databank, Franz Schubert Horoscope, Born 31 January 1797
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Franz Schubert born on 31 January 1797 Vienna, Austria,_Franz
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    Jump to: navigation search Franz Schubert natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Franz Schubert Name Schubert, Franz Gender : M Birthname Schubert, Franz Peter born on 31 January 1797 at 13:30 (= 1:30 PM ) Place Vienna, Austria, Timezone LMT m16e20 (is local mean time) Data source Quoted BC/BR Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Franz Schubert to 'my astro'
    Austrian composer, who left a colossal lifework of nearly 1,000 compositions, more remarkable considering that he died at age 31. His works included "Death and the Maiden," The Erkling" and "Do You Know the Land." He also composed chamber music and many symphonies. Schubert was the 12th child of an elementary school teacher, Franz Schubert (1763-1839) and his wife Maria (1756-1812). The family had moved to Vienna from what is now the Czech Republic. Only five of the family of 14 children lived to see their first birthday, among them young Franz. The Schubert family liked music, and the father, an amateur cellist, soon formed a string quartet, with eldest sons playing the violin and Franz the viola. The choir master of the parish church took over Franz' musical development, and he proved to be a talented student. He wrote his first composition when he was eight years old. Within ten years, Schubert was choirboy and violinist during High Masses at the parish church. On 5/28/1808, two places opened in the Imperial chapel choristers. Among those examining applicant qualifications was Antonio Salieri, a formidable figure in Vienna music. Schubert was selected, and by October 1808, he was a choirboy in the Viennese court music orchestra, which gave him a place at the Konvikt, a former Jesuit school, and one of the best general education institutions in Vienna.

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    Welcome to the Schubert Society of the USA Home **IMPORTANT NOTICE - SCHUBERT SOCIETY OF THE USA** December 1, 2009 Dear Friends and Readers Everywhere, We are exploring a variety of informational formats that will appear as content dictates. This will be a more freewheeling and open venture. We will not be in competition with scholarly publications or sister organizations. In fact, if you belong to another Schubert membership organization, we urge you to continue your support. We know how tough it is to retain membership, and national and local Schubert groups everywhere need you. We will be a voice for anyone individual and organizational who wishes to be part of a larger online discussion about things Schubert. Our new test site is under construction at Janet Wasserman Founder, Schubert Society of the USA The purpose of the Schubert Society of the USA, Inc. shall be the encouragement and advancement of studies and research about the life, works, historical context, and reception of Franz Peter Schubert, and the dissemination of information about the study and performance of the music of Schubert.
    The goals of the Schubert Society of the USA, Inc. are to:

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    19. Schubert, Franz Adagio From Octet In F Major, Op. 166
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    20. Franz Peter Schubert
    A chronological listing by premier of operas and dramatic works at OperaGlass.
    Franz Peter Schubert
    Born: Himmelpfortgrund (then a suburb, now a district of Vienna), 31 Jan. 1797 Died: Vienna, 19 Nov. 1828
    The dates and locations are those of the premieres; when there was a substantial delay between composition and performance, the estimated year of completion or last composition is also given. Listed in order of Deutsch catalog numbers.
    • Der Spiegelritter Singspiel in 3 acts , August von Kotzebue. [fragment: overture and part of Act 1]
    • Des Teufels Lustschloss , D 84 (1814; NP*). Opera in 3 acts , August von Kotzebue. [part of act 3 lost]
    • Des Teufels Lustschloss , D 84 [rev] Opera in 3 acts , August von Kotzebue. [act 2 lost]
    • Adrast Opera in 2 or 3 acts , Johann Mayrhofer. [fragment]
    • , D 190 (1815; 23.9.1896, Dresden). Singspiel in 1 act
    • Fernando , D 220 (1815; 13.4.1907, Vienna, concert; 18.8.1918, Magdeburg). Singspiel in 1 act , Albert Stadler.
    • Claudine von Villa Bella , D 239 (1815; 26.4.1913, Vienna, Act 1). Singspiel in 3 acts , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. [music of last 2 acts lost]
    • Die Freunde von Salamanka , D 326 (1815; 6.5.1928, Halle).

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