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Schubert

Franz (Peter) . 1797--1828, Austrian composer; the originator and supreme exponent of the modern German lied. His many songs include the cycles Die Schöne Müllerin (1823) and Die Winterreise (1827). His other works include symphonies and much piano and chamber music including string quartets and the Trout piano quintet (1819)
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As revealed in last Saturday's Echo, Schubert will miss the Blues' Heineken Cup play-off decider in Italy on May 29, because he will be captaining the USA Eagles in a tournament in Japan.
For example, at one point, Schubert completed two orchestral movements and sketched two more, presumably working out an entire symphony.
In addition to his business leadership, Schubert is a strong contributor to PBP's extensive corporate citizenship programs.
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It's a great tribute to my little dog Schubert, who had to die so we could protect other dogs and children.
and evolving fascination Schubert exerts on scholars and their potential readers.
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I'm relieved, and I've just received the news from Axel von Schubert by telephone from Monaco where he's entertaining friends on the Greek yacht Christina O," said Hermann Ludescher, a shareholder attorney.
Schubert is one of more than 250 artists whose work will be featured at the Contemporary Crafts Market in Santa Monica Nov.
Tonight's concert at Birmingham University's Barber Institute brings a typical example of the Schubert Ensemble's programming, with Schumann's glorious E-flat Piano Quartet and Dvorak's warm-hearted A major Piano Quintet framing Martin Butler's recent Sequenza Notturna.
Thoughts of the late lieder of Franz Schubert bring to mind the settings of Wilhelm Muller's Die schone Mullerin and Die Winterreise or the collection of Schwanengesang with the poetry of Rellstab and Heine.