Schubert's revisions of Der Jungling und der Tod, D 545a-b, and Meeresstille, D 216a-b

Jackson, Timothy L.
September 1991
Musical Quarterly;Fall91, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p336
Academic Journal
Analyzes the two extant versions of `Der Jungling und der Tod,' D 545a-b (March 1817), and `Meeresstille,' D 216a-b (June 1815). What the preliminary comparison revealed; Schubert's ability to draft both large- and small-scale works as if from dictation; Description of the music and the revisions; How he simply replays motives taken from his first version; More.


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