Overtures "in the Italian style" and other works

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Courier Dover Publications, 2002 - 140 pagina's
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Staples of the orchestral repertoire around the world, Schubert's overtures never fail to delight listeners, regardless of whether they are performed with the works they introduce. This superb collection of the composer's finest overtures encompasses the overture to 'The Devil in Hydraulicus' D4 (1811); Overture in D, D26 (1812); Overture in B-flat, D470 (1816); Overture in D, D566 (1817); Overture in C in the Italian Style, D591 (1817); Overture in D in the Italian Style, D592 (1817); and Overture in E minor, D648 (Op. 170) (1819). Reproduced from authoritative editions, this convenient compilation will charm orchestra members, students, and concertgoers.
  

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Franz Schubert was born in Vienna, Austria, the son of a schoolmaster who was also an amateur cellist. As a boy, he learned to play the piano, violin, and organ and sang in the church choir. Schubert had an uncommon talent for melody and soon began to compose his own music. By the age of 17, he had written his first symphony and many songs, including his first song masterpiece "Gretchen am Spinnrade" (1814). In 1814 Schubert began to teach, but he hated teaching and gave up his position in 1818. From this point on, he lived fairly precariously, earning a living primarily by giving private music lessons. At the same time, he composed furiously and constantly, sometimes writing as many as eight songs in a day. Although he sold many of his songs and piano pieces, he was always short of money and often relied on the generosity of his friends. His health began to decline after 1822 as a result of syphilis. Schubert's brief and difficult life is not reflected at all in his astounding outpouring of lieder cycles, symphonies, and chamber and church music. His work shows that he was a poet in music, conveying a wide range of emotions and meanings through his songs and other pieces. Among his best-known and most important works are the song cycles Die schone Mullerin (1823) and Die Winterreise (1826), and his Unfinished Symphony (Symphony No. 8) (1822).

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