[shoo-bert; German shoo-bert]
- Franz [frahnts] /frɑnts/, 1797–1828, Austrian composer.
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Schubert is hoping to expand the project statewide and hire a full-time investigator.
“I think I screamed,” said Schubert when she learned of the DNA hit.
Schubert discovered that Chavez had been autopsied, and a sample of his blood was still in evidence.
Schubert says that since 1984, close to 25,000 inmates have died in a California prison or on parole.
I said that she seemed always to care most for the Schubert Impromptu.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
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It was not until 1819 that the first song of Schubert was sung in public.
Schubert was one of the torch bearers at Beethoven's funeral.
For several months before his death Schubert's health was delicate.
I thought of Schubert, and sighed in the presence of all this wit and savage humor.Old Fogy
- Franz (Peter) (frants). 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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