The Schubert Song Companion

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Manchester University Press, Aug 15, 1997 - Music - 510 pages
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In his short working life Schubert created a vast literature of song, reaching a peak of expressiveness which has never been surpassed. This reference provides for the first time a comprehensive guide to not just the well-known songs but to every song by Schubert for solo voice and piano, 600 in all, including different versions, unfinished songs, and variants.

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User Review  - Wayne - Goodreads

In my present Days of Beginning German I thought I'd listen to Schubert'songs and try to pick up a bit some vocab from listening and reading the original lyrics.Now I have become more curious about ... Read full review


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