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Schubert devoted considerable energy to writing music for the stage, including several operas, but his incidental music for the 1823 play Rosamunde is the only dramatic music that is performed with any regularity, and when it is performed, it is usually only a handful of orchestral selections. The complete music for the play lasts nearly an hour and includes chorus and contralto soloist. Because of its nature as incidental music, its movements are episodic and it wasn't constructed with the unifying contours and balance ...

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