Friday, April 1, 2011

Moving Pianos Was Never Easier Than This

The Impromptus by Franz Schubert come in 2 sets of four, the Opus (Op) 90, D.899, and the Op 142, D.935. When referring to Schubert's work you will often see written "D." after the work. The "D" corresponds to the referencing of the work rather than something that Schubert wrote. Both sets of Impromptus are pieces composed for solo piano and were composed by Schubert in 1827. Especially when recorded, Schubert's Impromptus are often played alongside his six pieces for solo piano called "Moments Musicaux".

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