Compositor:

Franz
Schubert

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* 31/I/1797 Lichtenthal
+ 19/XI/1828 Vienna

Franz Schubert

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el texto en inglés:
The son of a schoolmaster who had settled in Vienna, Franz Schubert was educated as a chorister of the imperial court chapel and later qualified as a schoolteacher, briefly and thereafter intermittently joining his father in the classroom. He spent his life largely in Vienna, enjoying the company of friends, but never holding any position in the musical establishment or attracting the kind of patronage that Beethoven had twenty years earlier. His final years were clouded by illness, as the result of a syphilitic infection, and he died in 1828, leaving much unfinished. His gifts had been most notably expressed in song, his talent for melody always evident in his other compositions. Schubert's compositions are generally numbered according to the Deutsch catalogue, with the letter D.
Of Schubert's various string quartets the Quartet in A minor, with its variations on the well known Rosamunde theme and the Quartet in D minor, Death and the Maiden, with variations on the song of that name, are the most familiar. The Piano Quintet "Die Forelle" (The Trout) includes a movement of variations on that song, while the great C major String Quintet of 1828 is of unsurpassable beauty. The two Piano Trios and the single movement Notturno date from the same year. Schubert's Octet, for clarinet, horn, bassoon, two violins, viola, cello and double bass was written early in 1824. To the violin sonatas (sonatinas) of 1816 may be added the more ambitious Duo for violin and piano, D. 574, of the following year, and the Fantasy, D. 934, published in 1828, the year of Schubert's death. The Arpeggione Sonata was written for a newly devised and soon obselete stringed instrument, the Arpeggione. It now provides additional repertoire for the cello or viola.
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Composiciones de
Franz Schubert
El repertorio de los músicos
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Cuarteto de cuerda en mi bemol mayor, op. 125/1, D. 87
Cuarteto Wallinger

Cuarteto para cuerda en re menor «La muerte y la doncella», obra póstuma, D. 810
Cuarteto Wallinger

Trío de cuerda, D. 471
Trío de Cuerda Gideon

Movimiento para cuarteto de cuerda en do menor, obra póstuma, D. 703
Cuarteto Wallinger

Sonata para violonchelo y piano en la menor «Arpeggione», D. 821
Jan Škrdlík, violonchelo
Renata Ardaševová, Šárka Besperátová o Petra Besa, piano

Ave Maria, D. 839, arreglo para violonchelo y órgano
Jan Škrdlík, violonchelo
Kateøina Bílková, órgano


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