Schubert and his music

United States, 1954

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Depicts life in the early 19th century and the people and places of Vienna which have had an important influence on the music of Franz Schubert. Shows Schubert’s birth place, the church where he sang as a boy and where, later, his music was performed, life in Vienna and the group of singers, painters, poets and actors who were part of the romantic movement of this period. Excerpts from the following are included in the film: Valses Nobles, Opus 77; Moment Musicaux, Opus 94; the First and Second Movements of the Symphony No. 8 “Unfinished”; “Der Lindenbaum”; the First Movement of the Quintet in A Major, Opus 114 “The Trout”; and “Serenade”.


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Coronet Instructional Films






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