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    STUDIA MUSICA - Issue no. 2 / 2012  
         
  Article:   FRANZ SCHUBERT AND THE MUSICAL ROMANTICISM.

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The role of music in Romanticism became crucial precisely due to the mysterious and inexplicable effect it had over the human being. This era was one of the richest and most prolific ones in the entire history of music. Most musicians of that age possessed a vast cultural background, often being poets, composers and performers at the same time. Composer Franz Schubert reunites his art the subtle text interpretation with the melodic, purely musical ideal of shaping melody. By way of the lyrical tone of his melodies, he is considered to be one of the most talented composers of the 19th century. Although he died at a very young age, he left behind a great artistic legacy.

Keywords: Romanticism, conveyance of emotions, musical freedom, rich style, Franz Schubert

 
         
     
         
         
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