What is another word for schubert?
[ ʃˈuːbət], [ ʃˈuːbət], [ ʃ_ˈuː_b_ə_t]
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Synonyms for Schubert:
n.• Franz Schubert (noun)
Other synonyms:• Franz Seraph Peter Schubert
How to use "Schubert" in context?
Ludwig van Beethoven's deafness may have detracted from his standing as one of history's greatest composers, but it cannot diminish the significance of his work. schubert was also deaf, but his output as a composer rivals that of any other composer in history. Born in 1796, Schubert was considered a prodigy and won first prize in a music contest when he was just 12 years old. He died in 1828, only 38 years old, but during his short life he wrote some of the most beloved and renowned music ever written.
Homophones for Schubert:
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