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Faust, Tragedy and Schubert
Berger, Bach's cycle, Mozart's arrow: An essay on the origins of musical modernity (University of California Press, 2007), esp. p. 42. The paradigm to perceive musical work as composer's autobiography emerged rapidly around 1820s. See M. E. Bonds, The Beethoven syndrome: Hearing music as autobiography (New York: Oxford University Press, 2020). 5 That Schubert read through the novels that were to be sources of his Lieder, and that he carefully selected the lyrics from the novels is reported. Indoi:10.15083/0002000936 fatcat:p43jzk4tnza7rikbgdvbmsv2tq