Franz schubert - stanisław firlej - sonata a-moll d.821 - "grazer fantasie" - fantazja c-dur d.605 a


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    When he left the College in 1814, Schubert taught at his father's school, though this had little effect on his enthusiasm for composition. Indeed, that autumn his Mass #7 in F Major was performed to great acclaim, also his first lieder masterpiece, "Gretchen am Spinnrade" (to words from Goethe's Faust); he was just 17. The following year was even more impressive: symphonies, operas (no less than four attempted in one year), chamber music and nearly 150 songs spilled from his pen, all written out of a determination to earn money from his music so that he could escape the need for earning it through his detested teaching. Of the songs, the Goethe setting, "Der Erlkönig", is the most remarkable and most famous. A friend sent this and 30 other Goethe settings to the great man himself in Weimar. They were returned unaccompanied by any offer of help; Goethe did not appreciate Schubert's attempts to heighten the poet's words through his musical commentary.


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