Shanqi

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Denise D'Ascenzo

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Miriam Salpeter

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Pramila Rai

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Ice hockey at the 2007 Asian Winter Games – Women

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Jillian Gallagher

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1812)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1812 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 13–37, and include: Instrumental works: String Quartet No. 1, D 18 String Quartet No. 2, D 32 String Quartet No. 3, D 36 Vocal music: Klaglied, D 23 Table Legend Legend to the table column content 1 ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1813)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1813 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 37A–91, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 1, D 82 String Quartet No. 4, D 46 String Quartet No. 5, D 68 String Quartet No. 6, D 74 String Quartet No. 10, D 87 Vocal music: Des Teufels Lustschloß, D...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1814)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1814 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 92–126, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 2, D 125 (started December 1814) String Quartet No. 7, D 94 Quartettsatz, D 103 String Quartet No. 8, D 112 Vocal music: Mass No. 1, D 105 "Gretchen am Spi...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1815)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1815 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 127–330, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 3, D 200 String Quartet No. 9, D 173 Piano Sonata in E major, D 157 Piano Sonata in C major, D 279 Vocal music: Der vierjährige Posten, D 190 Die Freunde ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1816)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1816 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 331–510, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 4, D 417 Symphony No. 5, D 485 Rondo in A major for Violin and Strings, D 438 Adagio and Rondo concertante in F major, D 487 String Quartet No. 11, D 353 ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1817)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1817 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 511–598, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 6, D 589 (composition started in October 1817) String Trio, D 581 Violin Sonata in A major, D 574 Piano Sonata in A minor, D 537 Piano Sonata in A-flat ma...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1818)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1818 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 599–632, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony, D 615 (sketch) Piano Sonata in C major, D 613 Piano Sonata in F minor, D 625 Vocal music: Three Sonnets, D 628–630, with German texts after Petrarch Table ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1819)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1819 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 633–678, and include: Instrumental works: Trout Quintet, D 667 (year of composition however uncertain) Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, D 655 Piano Sonata in A major, D 664 (or 1825?) Vocal music: Mass No. 5, D ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1820)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1820 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 679–708, and include: Instrumental works: Quartettsatz, D 703 Vocal music: Lazarus, D 689 Sakuntala, D 701 Table Legend Legend to the table column content 1 D '51 Deutsch number in the first version...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1822)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1822 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 733–767, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 8, D 759, a.k.a. Unfinished Symphony Wanderer Fantasy, D 760 Three Marches militaires, D 733 Vocal music: "Willkommen und Abschied", D 767 Table Legend ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1821)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1821 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 708A–732, and include: Instrumental works: Symphony No. 7, D 728 Vocal music: Alfonso und Estrella, D 732 (composition started in September 1821) Table Legend Legend to the table column content 1 D '...

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Denis Le Bihan

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1823)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1823 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 768–798, and include: Instrumental works: Piano Sonata in E minor, D 769A Piano Sonata in A minor, D 784 Moments musicaux, D 780 (composition dates however uncertain) Valses Sentimentales, D 779 (not necessari...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1824)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1824 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 799–822, and include: Instrumental works: Octet, D 803 String Quartet No. 13, D 804 (Rosamunde) String Quartet No. 14, D 810 (Death and the Maiden) Arpeggione Sonata, D 821 Sonata in C major for piano four-han...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1825)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1825 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 823–862, and include: Instrumental works: Piano Sonata in C major, D 840 Piano Sonata in A minor, D 845 Piano Sonata in D major, D 850 Vocal music: "Ave Maria", D 839, and six other songs from Walter Scott's L...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1826)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1826 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 863–895, and include: Instrumental works: String Quartet No. 15, D 887 Rondo in B minor for violin and piano, D 895 Piano Sonata in G major, D 894 Vocal music: Deutsche Messe, D 872 "Im Frühling", D 882 "Ständ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1827)

Franz Schubert's compositions of 1827 are mostly in the Deutsch catalogue (D) range D 896–936, and include: Instrumental works: Piano Trio No. 2, D 929 Fantasy for violin and piano, D 934 Impromptus, D 899 and 935 Vocal music: Der Graf von Gleichen, D 918 Winterreise, D 911 "Ständchen", D 920 ...

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List of compositions by Franz Schubert (1828)

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