Schubert's Fingerprints: Studies in the Instrumental Works
"This book explores Schubert's stylistic traits in a series of chapters each discussing an individual 'fingerprint' with case studies drawn principally from the piano and chamber music...Developing ideas which she first proposed in a series of journal articles and contributions to symposia on Schubert, Professor Wollenberg takes into account recent liturature by other scholars and draws together her own researches to present her view of Schubert's 'compositional personality'."--Book jacket.
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Schuberts MajorMinor Usage and its Nuances
3 Poetic Transitions
4 Schuberts Second Themes
5 Schubert and Mozart
6 Schuberts Violent Nature
7 Threefold Constructions
8 Schuberts Variations
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