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Serenade

Serenade (Ständchen) Franz Schubert
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One day, when German composer Franz Schubert and his friends were returning to the city, they found a friend named Tieze sitting at a table in a garden. Schubert, impressed by this view, takes a break from his travels and goes to see his friend Tieze reading a book. When he took the book and read a poem from it, he was very impressed and said, "If I had a sheet of music paper, I would write a melody as beautiful as this poem." Another friend immediately turns over a sheet of paper and quickly draws the note lines. Schubert immediately put the inspiration that came at that moment on paper and wrote his famous serenade, which has been the interpreter of the most lyrical loves for years.

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