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Notes on the contributors; Chronology; Note to the reader; Acknowledgments; Introduction: the elusive Schubert Christopher H. Gibbs; Part I. Contexts: Musical, Political, and Cultural: 1. Realism transformed: Franz Schubert and Vienna Leon Botstein; 2. 'Poor Schubert': images and legends of the composer Christopher H. Gibbs; 3. 'The passion for friendship': music, cultivation, and identity in Schubert's circle David Gramit; 4. Schubert's inflections of Classical forms Charles Rosen; 5. Schubert and his poets: issues and conundrums Susan Youens; Part II. Schubert's Music: Style and Genre: 6. Schubert's songs: the transformation of a genre Kristina Muxfeldt; 7. Schubert's social music: the 'forgotten genres' Margaret Notley; 8. Schubert's piano music: probing the human condition William Kinderman; 9. Schubert's chamber music: before and after Beethoven Martin Chusid; 10. Schubert's orchestral music: 'strivings after the highest in art' L. Michael Griffel; 11. Schubert's religious and choral music: toward a statement of faith Glenn Stanley; 12. Schubert's operas: 'the judgement of history?' Thomas A. Denny; Part III. Reception: 13. German reception: Schubert's 'journey to immortality' Christopher H. Gibbs; 14. Schubert's reception history in nineteenth-century England John Reed; 15. Schubert's reception in France: a chronology (1828–1928) Xavier Hascher; 16. Franz Schubert's music in performance: a brief history of people, events, and issues David Montgomery; Notes; Index.