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Franz Schubert Name of the Student Music Name of the Concerned Professor August 4, 2013 Abstract Franz Schubert was an Austrian musical genius who composed some of the marvellous compositions at the cusp of the Classical and the Romantic age. The musical career of Franz Schubert was marked by immense versatility and ingenuity and his compositions continue to inspire the generations to come.
Schubert turned out to be an utterly versatile and prolific composer who contrived many memorable compositions in his short life span of 32 years. Though during his lifespan, Franz Schubert accrued little public acclaim and appreciation, yet, the interest in his compositions immensely increased in the decades that followed his death in 1828 (McKay, 1997). Schubert happened to be a profusely melodious composer and is considered to be one of the greatest composers of all time. Franz Schubert’s father Franz Theodor Schubert was a humble school master (McKay, 1997, p. 4). His mother, Elizabeth Vietz served in Vienna as a domestic help (McKay, 1997, p. 10). Right from the childhood, Franz Schubert’s family encouraged his interest and talent in music and at a nascent stage he received violin lessons from his father, elder brother and the organist at the local church (McKay, 1997, p. 11). By the dint of his budding talent Schubert got selected in the choir of Royal Seminary and the Imperial Court Chapel, where he was considered to be an outstanding student (McKay, 1997, p. 254). ...
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