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1-10 of 95 videos of music composed by Franz Schubert

Daniel Tringov, violin, Ave Maria, Fr. Schubert
Daniel Tringov, violin, Ave Maria, Fr. Schubert Daniel Tringov, violin,and Pepron Pilibossian, piano, Ave Maria, Fr. Schubert, Church Concert in Pasadena
schubert:rosamunde entreacte nr 2 horta-camerata kurt spanier cond 2
schubert:rosamunde entreacte nr 2 horta-camerata kurt spanier cond 2 from the concerto sinfonico de pascoa 2011 horta - azores schubert: entreacte nr 2 rosamunde horta - camerata kurt spanier cond 24.4.2011 horta - azores
Celine Dion - Ave Maria
Celine Dion - Ave Maria Ave Maria by Celine Dion The Ave Maria was composed in about 1825 by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) when he was twenty-eight years old and filled with devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was written for voice and piano and first Published in 1826 as Op 52 no 6. The words most commonly used with Schubert's music are not the words that the composer originally set to music. to look for full description go here: carols.org.uk follow me on twitterrrrrr: twitter.com singer: celine dion (1968 - ) composer: franz schubert (1797 - 1828)
Albert Ferber plays Schubert Impromptu Op. 142 No. 1 in F minor
Albert Ferber plays Schubert Impromptu Op. 142 No. 1 in F minor Albert Ferber (29 March 1911 -- 11 January 1987) was a Swiss pianist whose international performing career spanned four decades, taking him all over the world. Albert Ferber was a classical pianist and teacher. He was born in Lucerne, and studied in Switzerland, Germany and France where his teachers included Karl Leimer, Walter Gieseking and Marguerite Long. Whilst in Switzerland he often played to Sergei Rachmaninoff although he never regarded the latter as a teacher in the conventional sense. He first came to England in 1937, basing himself in London permanently from 1939 where he undertook further study with James Ching. As soloist with orchestra, Ferber played several concertos by Mozart and Beethoven as well as the first, second and fourth of the Rachmaninoff concertos, the second by Chopin, Mendelssohn and Camille Saint-Saëns, and those by Schumann and Grieg. More unusually, the Concerto for Piano and Strings by Robert Gerhard featured in his repertoire. He also appeared as accompanist to Alexander Kipnis in Schubert's Winterreise (at the age of 18) and as chamber musician, playing with Henryk Szeryng (violin) and Ernesto Xancó (cello) in duos, and with both artists in trios. Ferber was most active as a solo recitalist, the pianist's repertoire being extensive and wide-ranging. In addition to standard works by JS Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Schubert, Ferber played many lesser-known twentieth century works such as the piano sonatas by Ernest ...
Michelangeli plays Franz Schubert
Michelangeli plays Franz Schubert Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli plays Schubert sonata D.537-II
Katherine Jenkins - Ave Maria - Faenol Festival 2005
Katherine Jenkins - Ave Maria - Faenol Festival 2005 The superlative and radiantly beautiful Welsh Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins performs a windswept rendition of the aria 'Ave Maria', ascribed to Giulio Caccini, at Bryn Terfel's Faenol Festival (Gŵyl y Faenol), Faenol Estate, north Wales, Friday 26th August 2005. Clip taken from: www.katherinejenkins.org
Schubert's Marche Militaire - Piano Duet
Schubert's Marche Militaire - Piano Duet Marche Militaire by Franz Schubert, played by Geoffrey Phillips (primo) and Faith Feyrer (secondo) during 8th period piano class, Westbury High School.
Franz Schubert - Sonata in A minor D.784
Franz Schubert - Sonata in A minor D.784 Franz Schubert. Allegro giusto. Sonata in A minor D.784
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