Serenade Schubert

Serenade Schubert

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Serenade
In music, a serenade (or sometimes serenata) is a musical composition, and/or performance, in someone’s honor. Serenades are typically calm, light music.

The word serenade is derived from the Italian word sereno, which means “calm”

Schubert’s immortal “Serenade” was written in 1826. it is so familiar that it needs no analysis, nor is one necessary from any point of view. It is simply a lovely melody from first note to last, written upon the inspiration of the moment, and yet characterized by absolute perfection of finish and a grace and beauty of which one never tires. It was originally composed as an alto solo and male chorus and was subsequently rearranged for female voices only.

 

Schubert “Serenade”
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SCHUBERT – SERENADE 
(violin)
ITZHAK PERLMAN

 

Serenade
(Relaxing Music)
FRANZ SCHUBERT

 

Schubert Serenade
舒伯特小夜曲
(piano-violin-cello)

 

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