American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Schubert, Franz Peter 1797-1828. Austrian composer who perfected the form of German art song in his more than 600 compositions for voice and piano. He also composed symphonies and chamber music.
- n. Austrian composer known for his compositions for voice and piano (1797-1828)
“COLERIDGE (A.D.): Life of Schubert (translation of Kreissle von Hellborn's _Franz Schubert_). 2 vols.”
“SCHUBERT: Seven Lieder - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone/Sviatoslav Richter, piano/Benjamin Britten, piano (Schubert)”
“After an excruciatingly long silence, Schubert is heard at last. —”
“The lawsuit alleges Schubert is a "paid spokesman" for Speedo and that he had a LZR "fitting session" during a team meeting at the short-course worlds.”
“Schubert is featured in an interview about the research in the same issue of Nature Photonics.”
“About the Blogger: Schubert is the author of children's books; her most recent is Ballet of the Elephants.”
“Even at 10 minutes, Erlkönig was the clear highlight of the evening capturing the the driving menace of Goethe's tale without the romantic overtones present in Schubert's version of the story.”
“But due to the restriction in physics research imposed by the military government I turned for a few years my interest to radiobiology and cancer therapy by electrons in collaboration with my colleague G. Schubert from the medical faculty.”
“Though it's hard to confirm the authenticity of a leak like this, the name Schubert does correlate with the”
“The idle forgetfulness of the more serious duties and the deep miseries of life in the enjoyment of a dolce far niente recalls Schubert and the”
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