Franz Schubert

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Die Forelle (Die Forelle, Die Forelle, 132)
Ganymed (Ganymed, 239.6)
Im Frühling (Im Frühling, Im Frühling, 283.56)
 

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franz peter schubert taught by antonio salieri (Antonio Salieri)
franz peter schubert adapted work of johann wolfgang von goethe (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
franz peter schubert choreographed by isadora duncan (Isadora Duncan)
franz peter schubert attended funeral of ludwig van beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven)
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karl maria von weber met franz peter schubert (Carl Maria von Weber)
ludwig van beethoven funeral attended by franz peter schubert (Ludwig van Beethoven)
johann wolfgang von goethe poems set to music by franz peter schubert (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
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His first full-length opera, "The Devil's Palace of Desire" (libretto again by Kotzebue) was written while he was at the training college. (Details)
In 1814, his 30th song, with words from a poem by Goethe ":Gretchen am Spinnrade (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel") became recognized as the first example of the German lied (art song). (Details)
From 1815 to 1818, Schubert's compositions included "Ganymed, "Der Wanderer", the Harper's Songs from Goethe's novel "Wilhelm Meister", two symphonies ("No. (Details)
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Since Schubert straddled the worlds of Classical and Romantic music, his place in the history of music is equivocal. He can, however, be considered the last of the great Classical composers
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1797-01-31
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Stadtkonvikt (1808-10, 1813, Choir)
Normalhauptschule (1813)
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1828-11-19
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