Rehearsing Schubert’s “Ungarische Melodie”, D.817
11 Sep 2018
In 1824 Franz Schubert stayed in Zseliz Castle as teacher to Count Esterházy’s daughters. On September 2 he composed his Hungarian Melody, which he later used in his masterpiece for piano four hands, Divertissement à la Hongroise, D.818.

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