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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 premiere of his Mass No. 1 (D. 105) in September [15] 1814. [14] Schubert wanted to marry her, but was hindered by the harsh marriage-consent law of 1815 [16] requiring an aspiring bridegroom to show he had the means to support a family. [17] 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. [18]

And here is a video of part of Schubert ’s Trout Quintet. By the way, it’s called the ‘Trout’ Quintet because the tune you hear in the video comes from a song ...

Between 1820 and 1823 Schubert achieved his musical maturity. Two of his operettas and several of his songs were performed in public and amateurs and professional quartets sang his part-songs for male voices. Some of his works began to be published and performed in private concerts.

Most of his life he was supported by his friends who gave him manuscript paper when he could not afford it. Many of his greatest works only became widely known in the 1860s, long after his death. The house in Vienna where Schubert was born is now a museum which people can visit.

In June 1820 Die Zwillingsbrüder was performed with moderate success in Vienna, Vogl doubling in the parts of the twin brothers. It was followed by the performance of incidental music for the play Die Zauberharfe ( The Magic Harp ), given in August of the same year. The lovely, melodious overture became famous as the Rosamunde overture. Schubert was achieving renown in wider social circles than the restricted spheres of friend and patron. The wealthy and influential Sonnleithner family was interested in his development; their son Leopold became a great friend and supporter. At the close of the year 1820, Schubert composed the Quartettsatz ( Quartet-Movement ) in C Minor, heralding the great string quartets of the middle 1820s, and another popular piece, the motet for female voices on the text of Psalm 23. In December 1820 he began the choral setting of Goethe’s Gesang der Geister über den Wassern ( Song of the Spirits over the Water ) for male-voice octet with accompaniment for bass strings, D. 714, completed in February 1821.

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