Franz Schubert wrote his Six moments musicaux, Op. 94 (now catalogued as D. 780) between 1823 and 1828. These are a series of six short pieces for solo piano, among the most frequently played of Schubert's music for this instrument. They have been recorded and arranged many times. When they were first published in 1828, it was under the name ''Six Momens [sic] musicals [sic]". The correct French forms are now usually used – moments (instead of 'momens'), and musicaux (instead of 'musicals').