Appendix A

Calendar
YearAgeLifeContemporary musicians and
events
1797 Franz Peter Schubert born,
31 Jan, in the Himmelpfort-
grund, Vienna, son of Franz
Theodor Schubert, school-
master, and Elisabeth, née Vietz.
Napoleon's north Italian
campaign. Peace of Campo
Formio, Oct. Donizetti born,
25 Nov. Beethoven aged 27,
Cherubini 37, Haydn 65,
Hummel 19, Meyerbeer 6,
Rossini 5, Salieri 47, Ignaz
Schubert 12, Ferdinand
Schubert 3, Karl Schubert 2,
Weber 11.
1798 1 First (private) performance of
Haydn The Creation, 30 Apr.
1799 2 Napoleon becomes First
Consul.
1800 3 Beethoven gives his first public
concert, 2 Apr. Battle of
Marengo, 4 June; Austrians
driven out of Italy.
1801 4 Schubert family moves to
the house in the Säulengasse
called 'The Black Horse'.
Peace of Lunéville, 2 Feb.
Bellini born, 1 Nov.
1802 5 Schubert introduced to the
keyboard by his brother
Ignaz.
Peace of Amiens, Mar.
1803 6 Zumsteeg dies, 27 Jan. Berlioz
born, 11 Dec.
1804 7 Schubert's uncle Karl
Schubert dies, 29 Dec.
First (private) performance
of the Eroica Symphony, Feb.
Franz II gives up the title of
Holy Roman Emperor and
becomes Franz I, Emperor of
Austria.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Preface to the First Edition xi
  • Preface to the Second Edition xv
  • 1 - Early Life 1
  • 2 - The Schoolhouse Years (1813-16) 14
  • 3 - The Origins of the Lied 26
  • 4 - Instrumental, Liturgical, and Dramatic Works (1813-16) 37
  • 5 - New Perspectives (1817-March 1821) 50
  • 6 - The Opera Years (1821-3) 73
  • 7 - Poetry and Disillusion (1824) 98
  • 8 - Grand Symphony (1825-6) 114
  • The Winter Journey (1827) 140
  • 10 - The Final Phase (1828) 158
  • Appendix A 183
  • Appendix B 201
  • Appendix C 234
  • Appendix D 253
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