Franz Schubert, Composer
(1797-1828). Schubert's lifespan of just 31 years is the shortest of any major composer, and yet he emerged as a key transitional figure between the classical and romantic eras. He wrote important symphonies, piano sonatas, choral works, and all kinds of chamber music, but his 600 exquisite songs are his greatest legacy. Any list of his important works would be long and would have to include his Symphonies no 5, 8 (Unfinished), 9 (Great C major), his "Trout" Quintet, the "Wanderer" Fantasy...
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Review of Concert in April 30th, 2014, Jordan Hall Boston.
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Wilmington (DE) News Journal
Listen to Theo Verbey's arrangement of the Andante from Schubert's piano sonata no. 13 ...
D. 957, no. 4: German text with English translation
Author, broadcaster and cultural commentator Norman Lebrecht recently attended a perfor...
Some words on my upcoming program for CIM (Dec 11) and PCMS (Dec 13)
Recording details: April 1982
St George the Martyr, Queen Square, London, United Kingdo...
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