2/8 As he entered his twenties, Schubert was finally persuaded by his friends to abandon his hated teaching job and take his chances as a professional composer. Presented by Donald Macleod.
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Pax vobiscum D.551
Performer: Jens FUHR - Piano
Performer: Markus EICHE - Baritone
Adagio and rondo concertante in F major D.487 for violin, viola, cello and piano
Performer: Melos Ensemble
Einsamkeit (Gib mir die Fulle der Einsamkeit) D.620
Performer: Gundula JANOWITZ - Soprano
Performer: Irwin GAGE - Piano
Kantate zum Geburtstag des Sangers Johann Michael Vogl D.666 for soprano, tenor, bass and
Performer: Gerald FINLEY - Bass
Performer: Graham JOHNSON - Piano
Performer: Lynne DAWSON - Soprano
Performer: Michael SCHADE - Tenor
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