Franz Schubert - Quotes

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Happy is the man who finds a true friend, and far happier is he who finds that true friend in his wife.

Happy is the man who finds a true friend, and far happier is he who finds that true friend in his wife.

Nobody understands another's sorrow, and nobody another's joy.

Nobody understands another's sorrow, and nobody another's joy.

You believe happiness to be derived from the place in which once you have been happy, but in truth it is centered in ourselves.

You believe happiness to be derived from the place in which once you have been happy, but in truth it is centered in ourselves.

The manager is to be blamed who distributes parts to his players which they are unable to act. ---->>>

There are two contrary impulses which govern this man's brain-the one sane, and the other eccentric. They alternate at regular intervals. ---->>>

No one feels another's grief, no one understands another's joy. People imagine they can reach one another. In reality they only pass each other by. ---->>>

Every night when I go to bed, I hope that I may never wake again, and every morning renews my grief.

Every night when I go to bed, I hope that I may never wake again, and every morning renews my grief.

When I wished to sing of love, it turned to sorrow. And when I wished to sing of sorrow, it was transformed for me into love. ---->>>

The greatest misfortune of the wise man and the greatest unhappiness of the fool are based upon convention. ---->>>

A man endures misfortune without complaint. ---->>>

There are eight girls in the house in which I am living, and practically all of them are good looking. You can realize that I am kept busy. ---->>>

I try to decorate my imagination as much as I can.

I try to decorate my imagination as much as I can.

Easy mind, light heart. A mind that is too easy hides a heart that is too heavy. ---->>>

I am composing like a god, as if it simply had to be done as it has been done. ---->>>

I never force myself to be devout except when I feel so inspired, and never compose hymns of prayers unless I feel within me real and true devotion. ---->>>

One bites into the brass mouthpiece of his wooden cudgel, and the other blows his cheeks out on a French horn. Do you call that Art? ---->>>

The moment is supreme. ---->>>

Our castle is not imposing, but is well built, and surrounded by a very fine garden. I live in the bailiff's house. ---->>>

The world resembles a stage on which every man is playing a part. ---->>>

Why should the composer be more guilty than the poet who warms to fantasy by a strange flame, making an idea that inspires him the subject of his own very different treatment? ---->>>

Above all things, I must not get angry. If I do get angry I knock all the teeth out of the mouth of the poor wretch who has angered me. ---->>>

Approval or blame will follow in the world to come. ---->>>

Why does God endow us with compassion? ---->>>

If only your pure and clean mind could touch me, dear Haydn, nobody has a greater reverence for you than I have. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Austrian
Born: January 31, 1797
Birthplace:
Die: November 19, 1828
Occupation: Composer
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Franz Peter Schubert (German: [ˈfʁant͡s ˈʃuːbɐt]; 31 January 1797 – 19 November 1828) was an Austrian composer. Schubert died before his 32nd birthday, but was extremely prolific during his lifetime. His output consists of over six hundred secular vocal works (mainly Lieder), seven complete symphonies, sacred music, operas, incidental music and a large body of chamber and piano music (wikipedia)