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51-60 of 95 videos of music composed by Franz Schubert

Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (1)
Schubert - "Death and the Maiden" Quartet in D Minor (1) FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828) String quartet no. 14 in D minor "Der Tod und das Madchen" D810 1. Allegro Performed by the Takacs Quartet HIGH QUALITY: ca.youtube.com *The String Quartet in D minor was written in 1824, just after Schubert became aware of his ruined health. It is popularly known as the "Death and the Maiden" Quartet because the second movement is adapted from the piano accompaniment to Schubert's 1817 song (or lied), "Death and the Maiden". Ariel Dorfman's 1991 play "Death and the Maiden" and its 1994 film adaptation (directed by Roman Polanski) take their names from the quartet.
The Classic Buskers with orchestra #2
The Classic Buskers with orchestra #2 The Classic Buskers perform Schubert's Trout with the RTE Symphony, Dublin. Ocarina and accordion.
Franz Schubert - Fantasy in C-Major & Andante
Franz Schubert - Fantasy in C-Major & Andante The Fantasy in C-Major is also known as the 'Grazer Fantasie' and was likely written in 1818. The Andante was written on the 9th of september in 1812. Both compositions are considered unfinished fragments.
F. Schubert: Trout quintet - 4. theme and variations
F. Schubert: Trout quintet - 4. theme and variations Julian Rachlin, Mischa Maisky, Mihaela Ursuleasa, Nobuko Imai and Stacey Watton perform the famous piano quintet in A major by Franz Schubert. A film by Jasmina Hajdany
Bocelli - Ave Maria
Bocelli - Ave Maria Franz Schubert Ave Maria - Andrea Bocelli Andrea Bocelli Live in Hong Kong Convention Centre Grand Hall 30 April 2004 Manila Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Marcello Rota
Franz Schubert - "Ave Maria" on Synthesia
Franz Schubert - "Ave Maria" on Synthesia "Ave Maria", from Franz Schubert, played on Synthesia (www.synthesiagame.com You can download the midi here: www.mediafire.com
Ave Maria Music + Tabs Avail. Classical Guitar -Schubert
Ave Maria Music + Tabs Avail. Classical Guitar -Schubert www.universitypublishinghouse.net www.Cdbaby.com Tabs + notes + fingerings- instant download (3 pgs):
Franz Shubert - Ave Maria ( played on theremin by Anna Sójkowska )
Franz Shubert - Ave Maria ( played on theremin by Anna Sójkowska ) Me playing well known classical song on theremin MOOG Etherwave Standard
Kempff plays Schubert Sonata No.13 D.664 (I)
Kempff plays Schubert Sonata No.13 D.664 (I) Piano Sonata No.13 in A major, D.664 (op. post.120) is composed in the summer of 1819. ~ Part I : - Allegro moderato Part II : www.youtube.com - Andante - Allegro ~~~ Wilhelm Kempff (1895 - 1991) Kempff was born in Jüterbog, Brandenburg, in 1895. He grew up in nearby Potsdam where his father was a royal music director and organist at St. Nicolai Church. His grandfather was also an organist and his brother Georg became director of church music at the University of Erlangen. Kempff studied music at first at the Berlin Hochschule für Musik at the age of nine after receiving lessons from his father at a younger age. Whilst there he studied composition with Robert Kahn and piano with Karl Heinrich Barth (with whom Arthur Rubinstein also studied). In 1914 Kempff moved on to study at the Viktoria gymnasium in Potsdam before returning to Berlin to finish his training. In 1917, Kempff made his first major recital, consisting of predominantly major works, including Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata and Brahms Variations on a theme of Paganini. Between 1936 and 1979 he performed ten times in Japan - a small Japanese island was named Kenpu-san (san meaning "Mister" in Japanese) - in his honor. Kempff made his first London appearance in 1951 and in New York in 1964. He gave his last public performance in Paris in 1981, and then retired for health reasons, Parkinson's disease. He died in Positano, Italy at the age of 95 on 23 May (my birthday...) 1991. Wilhelm Kempff recorded over a ...
Schubert-Der Lindenbaum
Schubert-Der Lindenbaum Dal ciclo "Winterreise" (Viaggio d'inverno)
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