Franz Schubert


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Noun1.Franz Schubert - Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828)Franz Schubert - Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828)
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1797: Composer Franz Schubert was born in Vienna, Austria.
Austrian composer Franz Schubert was born on 31 January, 1797
1828: Franz Schubert, Austrian composer, died in Vienna of typhus, aged 31.
The trio will perform pieces by composers such as Modest Mussorgsky, Anton Bruckner and Franz Schubert at Bin Hamoodah Fort in Al Ain on November 9 for the show, When Art Meets Music.
Asi, nuestro paseo musical navideno empezo precisamente en un paseo, el conocido "Sleigh ride" (Paseo en trineo) del aun mas conocido estadunidense Leroy Anderson, para seguir con el infaltable "Adeste Fideles" de dominio publico, y pasar despues a Viena y "Pueri concinite" (Cantan los ninos) de Johann Ritter von Herbeck, poco conocido ahora pero sensacion en su momento por ser el descubridor de la, en contraposicion, hoy muy muy difundida octava Inconclusa sinfonia de Franz Schubert, y cuya primera audicion el dirigio.
Franz Schubert provenia de una familia feliz y tradicional, donde los roles eran cumplidos en el marco de los canones de la epoca.
Favorite works by Franz Schubert are on the program of "Schubert for Guitar and Soprano" at 3 p.
Franz Schubert had the misfortune to be Beethoven's contemporary.
BORN CHARLES I, English king, 1600 INDIRA Gandhi, Indian PM, 1917, above CALVIN Klein, US fashion designer, 1942 DIED FRANZ Schubert, Austrian composer, 1828 BASIL Spence, British architect, 1976, above MIKE Gregory, Rugby League player, 2007
Established in 2012, Worcester Schubertiad, now a nonprofit organization, features talented musicians and singers performing the works of Austrian Romantic composer Franz Schubert in the intimate setting of Tuckerman Hall.
Guest performer, the beautiful and talented soprano, Bethan Williams and her accompanist John Bradbury, joined the choir for I Believe and Serenade by Franz Schubert.