Austrian music stars deceased in Syphilis

Here are 1 famous musicians from Austria died in Syphilis:

Franz Schubert

Franz Schubert (January 31, 1797 Alsergrund-November 19, 1828 Vienna) also known as F. Shubert, Франц Шуберт, Franz Peter Schubert , f Scubert, scubert, シューベルト, フランツ・シューベルト, f Schubert, Franz Shubert, Schubert, F, Franz Schubert (1797-1828), Schubert Franz, Schubert, Schubert, Franz (1797-1828), Franz Schubert (Zacharias), Franze Schubert, Francis Šūberts, 슈베르트, 프란츠 슈베르트, Schubert, Franz or Schwammerl was an Austrian pianist, violist, composer, film score composer and teacher.

His most recognized albums: Symphony No. 9, Symphony no. 9, Impromptus (Complete) (feat. piano: Jenö Jandó), Symphonies nos. 8 & 5, Symphony no. 9 in C "Great", Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished" / Symphony No. 9 "The Great", Impromptus D899 & D935, Streichquintett C-Dur, String Quartets (Complete), Volume 1: Quartet no. 14 "Death and the Maiden" / Quartet no. 12 "Quartettsatz" and Symphony no. 9, D. 944 "Great". Genres he performed include Romantic music, Classical music, Chamber music, Opera, Incidental music, Lied and Art song.

Franz Schubert was born in a suburb of Vienna, Austria, and was the twelfth child of Franz Theodor Florian Schubert and his wife Maria Elisabeth Katharina Vietz. He showed aptitude for music at an early age and began receiving music education from his father, who was a schoolmaster and amateur musician. Schubert also received keyboard and violin lessons from his older brother Ignaz, and later studied music theory with Antonio Salieri.

Schubert is known for his extensive contributions to the art song repertoire, producing over 600 Lieder during his short life. He also composed nine symphonies, operas, chamber music, and incidental music. Despite his prolific output, Schubert remained largely unrecognized during his lifetime, struggling to make ends meet as a freelance musician and teacher.

Only after his death, many of his works were discovered and published by his friends, including Robert Schumann and Franz Liszt, who recognized his genius as a composer. Schubert's music had a significant influence on composers of the Romantic era, such as Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler.

Schubert's life was cut short at the age of 31 due to complications arising from syphilis. He is buried at the Währinger Cemetery in Vienna, where many other famous musicians are also buried.

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