Schubert, Brahms & Strauss
||(Win95/98/2000/NT/Me/XP/Mac) (Jewel Case) (GCSCHUBDJ)
Zane Publishing /
Reference / Music
Ages: 9 and up
Gain a Greater Appreciation for
Why did Schubert write his famous composition
Serenade? Brahn's love of gypsy music led to what composition? What
European river is featured in a waltz by Strauss? Trace the lives and music of
the Austrian composer Franz Schubert; the German composer and pianist Johannes
Brahms, and the Austrian composer Johann Strauss (the Younger). You'll uncover
the influences that shaped the creation of Schubert's masterful
Unfinished Symphony, Brahms's beloved Liebestrau, Strauss'
classic waltz, Blue Danube, and many other great works.
- 48-minute multimedia presentation
- 370 photos
- 100 interactive questions with explanations and automatic
- Excerpts from musical compositions
- Customized electronic glossary
Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP- 486 DX/ 66 MHz CPU, 16 MB
RAM , CD-ROM drive (double speed or greater recommended), 640x480 SVGA, 256
colors, mouse and sound card recommended.
MAC - 33MHz 68040+ Macintosh, System 7.5-9.2, 16MB
RAM (6MB free RAM required), CD-ROM drive (double speed or greater
recommended), 640x480 color monitor (256 colors recommended), mouse and sound
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