Giacomo Puccini made it all seem so romantic in his opera, "La Boheme." But the Bohemian lifestyle that he celebrated was painfully real for some artists. Franz Schubert lived the Bohemian life in Vienna in the early 19th century, moving from garret to garret, sleeping on friends' couches, never having a place to call his own. Still, out of that poverty, Schubert wrote elegant, opulent music. We'll hear his String Quartet No. 15 in today's show, from a concert in Paris.