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From the evidence of his school friends, Schubert was inclined to be shy and was reluctant to show his first compositions . His earliest works included a long Fantasia for Piano Duet , a song, several orchestral overtures , various pieces of chamber music, and three string quartets. An unfinished operetta on a text by August von Kotzebue , Der Spiegelritter ( The Looking-glass Knight ), also belongs to those years. The interest and encouragement of his friends overcame his shyness and eventually brought his work to the notice of Salieri. In 1812 Schubert’s voice broke; he left the college but continued his studies privately with Salieri for at least another three years. During this time he entered a teachers’ training college in Vienna and in the autumn of 1814 became assistant in his father’s school. Rejected for military service because of his short stature, he continued as a schoolmaster until 1818.

Franz was the fourth surviving son of Franz Theodor Schubert, a schoolmaster, and his wife, Elisabeth, a homemaker. His family cultivated Schubert's love of music. His father and older brother, Ignaz, both instructed Schubert early in his musical life.


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