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Shy personality, modest genius of all, Franz Peter Schubert is distinguished by this; he has never held formal musical function. Living frugally, surrounded by friends from the artistic and literary circles, Schubert was the focus of artistic events organized periodically and known as the Schubertiade. These meetings were an opportunity for him to hear his most recent compositions, including the songs included in the foreground. Many of these - he composed more than 600 - are likely to have taken shape on guitar;
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