The incident may have played a role in a falling-out with mayrhofer, with whom he was living at the time. 45 Schubert, who was only a little more than five feet tall, 46 was nicknamed "Schwammerl" by his friends, which Gibbs describes as translating to "Tubby" or "Little mushroom". 47 "Schwamm" is German (in the austrian and bavarian dialects) for mushroom; the ending "-erl" makes it a diminutive. Musical maturity edit The compositions of 18ow a marked advance in development and maturity of style. 48 The unfinished oratorio lazarus (D. 689) was begun in February; later followed, amid a number of smaller works, by the hymn "Der. 706 the octet "Gesang der geister über den Wassern" (D.
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The pay was relatively good, and his duties teaching piano and singing to the the two daughters were relatively light, allowing him to compose happily. Schubert may have written his Marche militaire in D major (D. 1) for Marie and Karoline, in addition to other piano duets. 43 On his return from Zseliz, he took up residence with his friend mayrhofer. 41 During the early 1820s, Schubert was part of a close-knit circle of artists and students summary who had social gatherings together that became known as Schubertiads. The tight circle of friends with which Schubert surrounded himself was dealt a blow in early 1820. Schubert and four of his friends were arrested by the austrian police, who (in the aftermath of the French revolution and Napoleonic Wars ) were on their guard against revolutionary activities and suspicious of any gathering of youth or students. One of Schubert's friends, johann Senn, was put on trial, imprisoned for over a year, and then permanently forbidden to enter vienna. The other four, including Schubert, were "severely reprimanded in part for "inveighing against officials with insulting and opprobrious language". 44 While Schubert never saw Senn again, he did set some of his poems, selige welt (D. 743) and Schwanengesang (D 744 to music.
Vogl, for whom Schubert went on to write a great many songs, became one of Schubert's main proponents in viennese musical circles. Schubert also met Joseph Hüttenbrenner (brother of Anselm who also played a role in promoting his music. 38 These, and an increasing circle of friends and musicians, became responsible for promoting, collecting, and, after his death, preserving his work., schubert's father gained a new position at a school in Rossau, not far from Lichtental. Schubert rejoined his father and reluctantly took up teaching duties there. In early 1818, he applied for membership in the prestigious Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, intending to gain admission as an accompanist, but also so that his music, especially the songs, could be performed in the evening concerts. He was rejected on the basis that he was "no amateur although he had been employed as a schoolteacher at the time and there were professional musicians already among the society's membership. 40 41 However, he began to gain more notice in the press, and the first public writings performance of a secular work, an overture performed in February 1818, received praise from the press in vienna and abroad. 42 Schubert spent the summer of 1818 as a music teacher to the family of count Johann Karl Esterházy at their château in Zseliz (now Želiezovce, slovakia).
33 Support from friends edit significant changes happened in 1816. Schober, a student and of good family and some means, invited Schubert to room with him at biography his mother's house. The proposal was particularly opportune, for Schubert had just made the unsuccessful application for the post of kapellmeister at laibach, and he had also decided not to resume teaching duties at his father's school. By the end of the year, he became a guest in Schober's lodgings. 34 For a time, he attempted to increase the household resources by giving music lessons, but they were soon abandoned, and he devoted himself to composition. "I compose every morning, and when one piece is done, i begin another." 35 During this year, he focused on orchestral and choral works, although he also continued to write lieder. 36 Much of this work was unpublished, but manuscripts and copies circulated among friends and admirers. 37 Caricature of Johann Michael Vogl and Franz Schubert by Franz von Schober (1825) In early 1817, Schober introduced Schubert to johann Michael Vogl, a prominent baritone twenty years Schubert's senior.
26 Spaun was well aware that Schubert was discontent with his life at the schoolhouse, and was concerned for Schubert's development intellectually and musically. In may 1816, Spaun moved from his apartment in Landskrongasse (in the inner city) to a new home in the landstraße suburb; one of the first things he did after he settled into the new home was to invite Schubert to spend a few days. This was probably Schubert's first visit away from home or school. 27 Schubert's unhappiness during his years as a schoolteacher possibly showed early signs of depression, and it is a virtual certainty that Schubert suffered from cyclothymia throughout his life. 28 The musicologist maynard Solomon has suggested that Schubert was erotically attracted to men, 29 a thesis that has, at times, been heatedly debated. 30 31 The musicologist and Schubert expert Rita Steblin has said that he was "chasing women". 32 The theory of Schubert's homosexuality has begun to influence the interpretation of his work in scholarly papers.
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For over two years young Schubert endured severe drudgery; 17 there were, however, compensatory interests even then. He continued to take private lessons in composition from Salieri, who gave schubert more actual technical training than any of his other teachers, before they parted ways in 1817. 14 In 1814, Schubert met a young soprano named Therese Grob, daughter of a local silk manufacturer, and wrote several of his liturgical works (including a "Salve regina" and a "Tantum Ergo for her; she was also a soloist in the memories premiere of his Mass. 105) in September 18 1814. 17 Schubert wanted to marry her, but was hindered by the harsh marriage-consent law of 1815 19 requiring an aspiring bridegroom to show he had the means to support a family.
20 In november 1816, after failing to gain a musical post in laibach (now Ljubljana, slovenia schubert sent Grob's brother heinrich a collection of songs retained by the family into the twentieth century. 21 One of Schubert's most prolific years was 1815. He composed over 20,000 bars of music, more than half of which was for orchestra, including nine church works (despite proposal being agnostic 22 23 a symphony, and about 140 lieder. 24 In that year, he was also introduced to Anselm Hüttenbrenner and Franz von Schober, who would become his lifelong friends. Another friend, johann mayrhofer, was introduced to him by Spaun in 1815. 25 Throughout 1815, Schubert lived with his father at home; his mother died in 1812. He continued to teach at the school and give private musical instruction, earning enough money for his basic needs, including clothing, manuscript paper, pens, and ink, but with little to no money left over for luxuries.
At the Stadtkonvikt, he was introduced to the overtures and symphonies of mozart, the symphonies of Joseph haydn and his younger brother Michael haydn, and the overtures and symphonies of beethoven, a composer he grew significant admiration for. 10 11 His exposure to these and other works, combined with occasional visits to the opera, laid the foundation for a broader musical education. 12 One important musical influence came from the songs by johann Rudolf Zumsteeg, an important composer of lieder. The precocious young student "wanted to modernize" Zumsteeg's songs, as reported by joseph von Spaun, schubert's friend. 13 Schubert's friendship with Spaun began at the Stadtkonvikt and lasted throughout his short life. In those early days, the financially well-off Spaun furnished the impoverished Schubert with much of his manuscript paper.
12 In the meantime, schubert's genius began to show in his compositions. The boy was occasionally permitted to lead the Stadtkonvikt's orchestra, and Salieri decided to start training him privately in music theory and even in composition. 14 It was the first orchestra he wrote for, and he devoted much of the rest of his time at the Stadtkonvikt to composing chamber music, several songs, piano pieces and, more ambitiously, liturgical choral works in the form of a "Salve regina" (D. For male voices and orchestra (D 110, for his father's birthday in 1813 and his first symphony (D 82). 16 teacher at his father's school edit At the end of 1813, Schubert left the Stadtkonvikt and returned home for teacher training at the St Anna normal- hauptschule. In 1814, he entered his father's school as teacher of the youngest pupils.
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5 His father gave him his first violin lessons when he was eight years old, training him to the point where he could play easy duets proficiently. 6 soon after, he was given his first lessons outside the family by michael Holzer, organist and literature choirmaster of the local parish church in Lichtental; the lessons may have largely consisted of conversations and expressions of admiration. 7 According to holzer, he did not give him any real instruction as Schubert would already know anything that he tried to teach him; rather, he looked upon Schubert with "astonishment and silence". 6 The boy seemed to gain more from an acquaintance with a friendly apprentice joiner who took him to a neighbouring pianoforte warehouse where Schubert could practise on better instruments. 8 he also played viola in the family string quartet, with his brothers Ferdinand and Ignaz on first and second violin and his father on the cello. Schubert wrote his earliest string quartets for this ensemble. 9 young Schubert first came to the attention of Antonio salieri, then vienna's leading musical authority, in 1804, when his vocal talent was recognised. 9 In november 1808, remote he became a pupil at the Stadtkonvikt (Imperial Seminary) through a choir scholarship.
Felix Mendelssohn, robert Schumann, franz liszt, johannes Brahms and other 19th-century composers discovered and championed his works. Today, schubert is ranked among the greatest composers of the 19th century, and his music continues to be popular. Contents biography edit early life and education edit Schubert was born in Himmelpfortgrund (now a part of Alsergrund vienna, archduchy of Austria on, and baptised in the catholic Church the following day. 1 he was the twelfth child of Franz Theodor Florian Schubert (17631830) and Maria elisabeth Katharina vietz (17561812). 2 His father, the son of a moravian peasant, was a well-known parish schoolmaster, and his school in Lichtental (in vienna's ninth district ) had numerous students in attendance. 3 His mother, Elisabeth (Vietz was the daughter of a silesian master locksmith and had been a housemaid for a viennese family before village marriage. Of Franz Theodor and Elisabeth's fourteen children (one of them illegitimate, born in 1783 4 nine died in infancy. The house in which Schubert was born, today nussdorferstrasse 54 At the age of five, schubert began to receive regular instruction from his father, and a year later was enrolled at his father's school. Although it is not exactly known when Schubert received his first musical instruction, he was given piano lessons by his brother Ignaz, but they lasted for a very short time as Schubert excelled him within a few months.
their abilities. In 1808, at the age of eleven, he became a pupil at the Stadtkonvikt school, where he became acquainted with the orchestral music of haydn, mozart, and beethoven. He left the Stadtkonvikt at the end of 1813, and returned home to live with his father, where he began studying to become a schoolteacher; despite this, he continued his studies in composition with Antonio salieri and still composed prolifically. In 1821, Schubert was granted admission to the gesellschaft der Musikfreunde as a performing member, which helped establish his name among the viennese citizenry. He gave a concert of his own works to critical acclaim in March 1828, the only time he did so in his career. He died eight months later at the age of 31, possibly due to typhoid fever. Appreciation of Schubert's music while he was alive was limited to a relatively small circle of admirers in vienna, but interest in his work increased significantly in the decades following his death.
His major works include the. Piano quintet in A major,. Trout quintet ), the, symphony. Unfinished Symphony ), the three last salon piano sonatas (D. 958960 the opera, fierrabras (D. 796 the incidental music to the play. 797 and the song cycles. Die schöne müllerin (D. 795) and, winterreise (D.
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For the other composer of the same name, see. For other uses, see, schubert (disambiguation). Oil painting of Franz Schubert. Wilhelm August rieder (1875 made from his own 1825 watercolour portrait. Franz peter Schubert (German: fʁants petɐ ʃu:bɐt ; 19 november 1828) was an Austrian composer of the late. Classical and early, romantic eras. Despite his short lifetime, schubert left behind a vast oeuvre, including 600 secular vocal works (mainly, lieder seven complete symphonies, sacred music, operas, incidental music diary and a large body of piano and chamber music.