Franz Schubert (1797-1828), composer of the "Wanderer" Fantasy, may have been the most prolific musical prodigy the world has known. He died when he was only 31. It is a testament to the breakneck speed of his work that in such a short life, Schubert managed to compose over 1500 works, many of them masterpieces. The "Wanderer" Fantasy is among those.
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