Franz Schubert was a German composer who lived from 29 November 1797 to 26 July 1866. He is best known for the piano music he wrote, especially his four Impromptus, one of which is considered one of the greatest pieces of piano music ever written.
Schubert’s piano music is characterized by its extraordinary poetry and emotion. His melodies often seem to express pain or longing. There is also a sense of spontaneity and a delicacy of touch that make them memorable.
In addition, Schubert’s compositions are characterised by their complexity and rich harmonic textures. In general, Franz Schubert’s piano music is an essential part of any collection of music from the Romantic period.