Schubert

Franz Schubert

(1797 – 1828)

Franz Schubert

Schubert occupies a historical niche as the bridge between Classical and Romantic styles. He was contemporary to Beethoven, although one generation younger. Instead of a large output of piano sonatas, he composed mostly short piano pieces in the forms of dances and impromptus. One set of short pieces is even called Musical Moments. He is probably best known as a composer of hundreds of songs, all of which have wonderful piano accompaniments.

Impromptus

  • Impromptu No. 2 in A-flat major (Op. 142)
  • Impromptu No. 2 in E-flat major (Op. 90)

20 Minuets D. 41

  • Minuet 2
  • Minuet 3
  • Minuet 6
  • Minuet 8
  • Minuet 9
  • Minuet 10
  • Minuet 18
  • Minuet 20

6 Moments musicaux Op. 94

  • No. 1 in C major
  • No. 2 in A-flat major
  • No. 3 in F minor
  • No. 5 in F minor

12 Viennese German Dances, D.128

  • No. 1
  • No. 2
  • No. 3
  • No. 4
  • No. 5
  • No. 6
  • No. 7
  • No. 8
  • No. 9
  • No. 10
  • No. 11
  • No. 12

Miscellaneous Short Pieces

  • Waltz (Op. 18 No. 6)
  • Waltz (Op. 18 No. 10)
  • Ecossaises 1 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 2 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 3 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 4 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 5 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 6 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 7 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 8 (Op. 18)
  • Ecossaises 9 (Op. 18)
  • March Militaire
  • Serenade in Dm
  • Waltz in C-sharp with Trio in A (D. 139)