Definition of Franz Peter Schubert
1. Noun. Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828).
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1. Great Composers and Their Work by Louis Charles Elson (1898)
"Franz Peter Schubert. AMONG the various forms employed in musical composition, opera and oratorio may be classed as the highest, the symphony as the most ..."
2. A Complete History of Music, for Schools, Clubs, and Private Readings by Winton James Baltzell (1905)
"Franz Peter Schubert. The rise of the Romantic school involves a greater freedom ... Franz Peter Schubert was born in a suburb of Vienna, January 31, 1797. ..."