Between Tauschung and Seligkeit: Situating Schubert's Dances

Gramit, David
June 2000
Musical Quarterly;Summer2000, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p221
Academic Journal
Discusses composer Franz Schubert and his dance compositions. Existence of more than 500 dances by Schubert; Polarization of approaches to dance by and around Schubert; Forces that shape the historical understanding of the dances; Analysis of the songs 'Seligkeit' and 'Tauschung'; Lack of enthusiasm in studies of Schubert's dances.


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