Autograph letter signed, dated : Zeléz Sept. 21 1824, to Franz v. Schober in Breslau, 1824 Sept. 21.

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Autograph letter signed, dated : Zeléz Sept. 21 1824, to Franz v. Schober in Breslau, 1824 Sept. 21.

Saying that Swind [i.e., Moritz von Schwind] writes that Schober is not happy "and must sleep off the frenzies of your despair," wishing he, Schwind, and Kuppel [i.e., Leopold Kupelwieser] were together, quoting from Goethe's "Erster Verlust:" "Wer bringt nur eine Stunde jener holden Zeit zurück--!" [set by Schubert in 1815, D. 226], complaining that, alone in the Hungarian countryside, he has no one with whom to speak a sensible word, saying he has written hardly any songs, wondering what will happen to his operas, writing out a four-stanza poem entitled "Klage an das Volk," mentioning Leidesdorf, etc.

1 item (3 p., with integral address leaf) ; (4to)

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Kupelwieser, Leopold, 1796-1862

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Schubert, Franz

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Composed originally for piano four hands, 1928. This orchestration 1984. For Felix Mottl's transcription see callno.: 826.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Fantasy in F minor, op. 103 / by Franz Schubert ; orchestrated by Roman Pawlowski. 1984. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 55011151 From the opera by Franz Schubert, libretto by Franz van Schober; first performed in Weimar at the Hoftheater, 24 June 1854. Cf. New Grove online. ...

Schober, Franz ˜vonœ 1796-1882

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Leidesdorf, Maximilian Joseph, 1787-1840

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Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (b. August 29, 1749, Free Imperial City of Frankfurt-d. March 22, 1832, Weimar) was a German poet, playwright, novelist, and natural scientist. He is often ranked with Shakespeare and Dante as one of the three most important poets in history. Goethe gained early fame with The Sorrows of Young Werther, published in 1774, but his most famous work is Faust, a poetic drama in two parts....

Schwind, Moritz ˜vonœ 1804-1871

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Austrian painter. From the description of Letter, 1836. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83630643 ...

Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)

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