Appendix D

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The enormous surge of interest in Schubert's work during the last ten years is reflected in the many new entries in this bibliography, including important articles from journals, some of which will, no doubt, be expanded into books in the fullness of time. Where this process has occurred recently, the original articles have been deleted from the bibliography. Otherwise there are few deletions from the first edition, as it was felt that pioneering studies often have a value of their own, as well as being a part of the fascinating story of Schubert's reception history. The fact that books listed are almost exclusively either in English or German reflects to a large extent the current strength of Schubert scholarship in Britain, America, Austria, and Germany.
BASIC SOURCES
Brahms Mandyczewski et al. (eds.), Franz Schubert's Werke. Kritisch durchgesehene Gesammtausgabe ( Leipzig, 1884-97, Breitkopf & Härtel). Complete works in 41 volumes. Reprinted in 19 volumes ( New York, 1965-9, Dover).
Dürr Walther, Feil Arnold et al. (eds.), Franz Schubert: Neue Ausgabe sämtlicher Werke ( Kassel, 1968- , Bärenreiter). New revised edition of complete works in eight series, including fragments and variants, nearing completion.
Deutsch Otto Erich, Schubert: Thematic Catalogue of all his Works in Chronological Order ( London, 1951).
----- Franz Schubert Thematisches Verzeichnis seiner Werke in chronologischer Folge ( Kassel, 1978). Revised and enlarged edition of above, issued as part of the Neue Ausgabe. Where numbers differ from the original English edition, it is referred to as D2 in the main text. Appendix B follows the new Deutsch catalogue.
----- Werkverzeichnis 'Der kleine Deutsch' ( Kassel, 1983). Compact, paperback version of above, but without musical incipits.
----- Schubert: A Documentary Biography, trans. Eric Blom ( London, 1946).
----- Schubert: Die Dokumente seines Lebens ( Kassel, 1964). Revised and enlarged German edition of above.
----- Schubert: Memoirs by his Friends ( London, 1958).
----- Schubert: Die Erinnerungen seiner Freunde ( Leipzig, 1957). Original German edition of above.
Hilmar Ernst, Verzeichnis der Schubert-Handschriften in der Musiksammlung der Wiener Stadt- und Landesbibliothek. Catalogus Musikus vol. 8 ( Kassel, 1978).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Preface to the First Edition xi
  • Preface to the Second Edition xv
  • 1 - Early Life 1
  • 2 - The Schoolhouse Years (1813-16) 14
  • 3 - The Origins of the Lied 26
  • 4 - Instrumental, Liturgical, and Dramatic Works (1813-16) 37
  • 5 - New Perspectives (1817-March 1821) 50
  • 6 - The Opera Years (1821-3) 73
  • 7 - Poetry and Disillusion (1824) 98
  • 8 - Grand Symphony (1825-6) 114
  • The Winter Journey (1827) 140
  • 10 - The Final Phase (1828) 158
  • Appendix A 183
  • Appendix B 201
  • Appendix C 234
  • Appendix D 253
  • Index 261
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