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Impromptu B-dur, Op. 142, Nr. 3 - Franz Schubert, Alexander Jenner - 4 Impromptus (Vinyl)

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  1. Franz Schubert - 12 Valses Sentimentales, Op. 50, D. Franz Schubert - Minuet (from the Serenata, Op. 78) Franz Schubert - String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor (Death And The Maiden).
  2. By Franz Schubert / ed. Murray Baylor. Piano Sheet. Prepared from photoduplicates and microfilm copies of Schubert's original manuscripts, these meticulously compiled editions each contain background notes about the composer and a guide for interpreting manuscript markings. A detailed section describing the piece with technique and interpretation.
  3. Franz Schubert wrote his Impromptus in These are eight pieces for solo piano, which were later published in two sets of four impromptus each, named Op. 90 and Op. posth. (nowadays they are usually referred to by their Deutsch catalogue numbers, D. and D. respectively).
  4. Franz Schubert - Impromptus The term Impromptu, fashionable for a short time in the first half of the 18th century, designates a free-form composition, for the most part highly organized, but retaining something of the sense of being the result of a sudden inspiration.
  5. Chopin: Etude in E, Op no.3 + Liszt: Etudes D'Exécution Transcendante: Nos.5 & 11 + Valse Oubliée no.1 in F sharp + Valse Oubliée no.2 in A flat + Mussorgsky: Pictures at an exhibition { piano} + Schubert: Impromptu in E flat, Op no.2 + Impromptuin A flat, Op no.4 + Moment Musical in C, Op no.1 [sound recording].
  6. Schubert -- Impromptus, Op. (Alfred Masterwork Edition) Paperback – May 1, by Franz Schubert (Composer), Murray Baylor (Composer)Reviews: 4.
  7. Franz Schubert's Impromptus are a series of eight pieces for solo piano composed in They were published in two sets of four impromptus each: the first two pieces in the first set were published in the composer's lifetime as Op. 90; the second set was published posthumously as Op. in (with a dedication added by the publisher to Franz Liszt).

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