Liszt: Transcriptions, Schubert: LÃ¤ndler. Syntax Creative (от лица компании "Pro Piano Records").
1828 26 марта 1828 года дал свой единственный публичный концерт, который имел большой успех и принёс ему 800 гульденов
1828 Умер от брюшного тифа 19 ноября 1828 года в возрасте неполных 32-х лет после двухнедельной лихорадки.
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Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828), Four Impromptus, Opus 90 By Professor of Humanities Dezso Bartha In the course of Western music, one of the most fascinating transitions in music history is the transition from the Classical to the Romantic era. While Classicism has often been delegated to the eighteenth century and Romanticism to the nineteenth, there is a certain degree of overlap in these periods.
1, 2 - Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata Esther Nyffenegger. Listen on Apple Music. By Johannes Brahms - Esther Nyffenegger & Gérard Wyss. 3. Cello Sonata No. 1 in E Minor, Op. 38: III. Allegro.
Franz Schubert(1797-1828). Learned to play violin/piano from father and brother Beautiful soprano voice learned everything from God Composed variety of lieders, operas, symphonies, chamber music Suffered during late adulthood (syphilis) Buried next to Beethoven. Download Presentation. Franz Schubert(1797-1828).
Franz Schubert, 1797-1828 by European Broadcasting Union. 1976, European Broadcasting Union. Are you sure you want to remove Franz Schubert, 1797-1828. from your list? Franz Schubert, 1797-1828. by European Broadcasting Union. Published 1976 by European Broadcasting Union. Franz Schubert (1797-1828).
Franz Schubert: Franz Schubert, Austrian composer who bridged the worlds of Classical and Romantic music, noted for the melody and harmony of his works. Franz Schubert, in full Franz Peter Schubert, (born January 31, 1797, Himmelpfortgrund, near Vienna -died November 19, 1828, Vienna), Austrian composer who bridged the worlds of Classical and Romantic music, noted for the melody and harmony in his songs (lieder) and chamber music. Among other works are Symphony No. 9 in C Major (The Great; 1828), Symphony in B Minor (Unfinished; 1822), masses, and piano works. Early life and career
Franz Schubert was one of the finest music composers of the 19th century. Schubert love for music grew and so he was given the opportunity to take music lessons from Michael Holzer the church choirmaster and organist. Schubert started to perform before public audiences while he was a part of his father’s string quartet. His involvement in his father’s string quartet gave him the opportunity to write several compositions for their string ensemble. Schubert matured even more in music when he started doing music lessons with Antonio Salieri at the Stadtkonvikt (Imperial Seminary).
Franz Schubert is considered the last of the classical composers and one of the first romantic ones. Schubert's music is notable for its melody and harmony. Born on January 31, 1797, in Himmelpfortgrund, Austria, Franz Peter Schubert, the son of a schoolmaster, received a thorough musical education and won a scholarship to boarding school. Although he was never rich, the composer's work gained recognition and popularity, noted for bridging classical and romantic composition. He died in 1828 in Vienna, Austria.
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|1||Variation Über 1 Walzer von Diabelli. D 718 = Variation on a Waltz by Diabelli, D 718||1:16|
|2||Scherzo D 593 No.1: Allegretto||4:17|
|3||17 Deutsche, gennant/called "Ländler", D 366||11:53|
|4||Scherzo D 593 No. 2: Allegro moderato||4:37|
|Esther Nyffenegger & Gérard Wyss|
|«Arpeggione» Sonata in a Minor/a-moll for Cello & piano|
|5||I. Allegro moderato||7:32|
|6||II. Adagio & (attacca) III. Allegretto||12:07|
|7||Impromtu op. 142 No.1: Allegro moderato||9:50|
|8||Impromtu op. 142 No.4: Allegro scherzando||6:13|
|9||13 Variationen über ein Thema von A. Hüttenbrenner D 576 = 13 Variations on a theme by Anselm Hüttenbrenner, D 576||15:34|
- Made By – MPO
- Copyright (c) – Appassionato AG
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Appassionato AG
- Cello – Esther Nyffenegger (tracks: 5, 6)
- Composed By – Franz Schubert
- Piano – Atsuko Seki (tracks: 7, 8), Gérard Wyss (tracks: 5, 6), Hideyo Harada (tracks: 9), Paolo Bordoni (tracks: 1 to 4)
NotesSampler CD accompanying the 1997 Divox catalogue. The CD comes in a paper sleeve with transparent front window. No detailed track info is listed on the CD; the printed catalogue is referred, from where the track and other info also comes.
Tracks 1 to 4 are from CDX-29311.
Tracks 5, 6 are from CDX-25202-2.
Tracks 7, 8 are from CDX-25220-2.
Track 9 is from "to be released".
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