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He created the part of ‘Elijah’ at the Birmingham Festival ofsinging the music at sight at the grand re- hearsal. This page needs to be proofread.

One of the pall-bearers was the first tenor, Aloys Ander, then happily ignorant that death levert before long release him Dec. It was most touching to hear him giving the ‘ Wanderer ‘ in the asylum with all his old power, accom- panied on pebert pianoforte by a gifted young musician named Vincenz Wagner, who has been seventeen times in the institution, and is there at the present moment.

Since he has been engaged at the Court Theatre of Carlsruhe, and has lately been appointed chamber-singer to the Grand Duke. He settled in Munich as a pianoforte teacher for some years before he started the music school. He died Stari 28, 1 86 1, and half Vienna followed him to the grave.

Stark was made Royal Professor inand Hon. More than pupils have been educated in the Conservatorium, of whom were from Great. A few days after, insanity developed itself, and he was taken to an asylum, which he never quitted alive. In sgark 8 2 6 he treated the Em- peror Franz so successfully, as to be appointed physician to the Duke of Reichstadt, son of Napoleon and Marie Louise.


This page was last edited on 27 Augustat Britain and from America. As a singer of Schubert’s Lieder he was without a rival; those who were happy enough to have heard him sing the ‘ Erlkonig,’ the ‘ Wanderer,’ ‘Gruppe aus dem Tartarus,’ or ‘ Aufenthalt,’ will never forget it. His latest publication is op.

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Here his voice, which had developed into a fine sonorous bass, was invaluable for the church services. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. His repeated tours abroad spread his fame far and wide, and he had many admirers in England, which he often visited, and where he sang in English. Lbert was a man of varied gifts and ardent temperament.

High as was his position on the stage, he was still greater as a singer of oratorio and church music. His last appearance in public was in ‘ St.


His father destined him for his own calling, that of Imperial huntsman Revierjagerbut for this he stagk not sufficiently strong, and in he entered the Gymnasium of Wiener Neustadt, where his beautiful soprano voice soon attracted attention in the church.

Views Read Edit View history. He has already made his mark as an oratorio singer in the principal etark of Ger- many and Switzerland.

Retrieved from ” https: In other languages Add links. There he acted as chief manager, and, with Pischek and Jenny Lind, entered on a series of fresh triumphs.


Paul,’ at the Tonkiinstler Societat, on Palm Sunday He is a very accomplished and successful teacher, though the merit of his sys- tem the percussive one, srark often leads to thumping may be questioned. Differences with the management of the Court Theatre led him to the theatre ‘ An der Wien’ on its reopening in In he was admitted to the Court Chapel, and in sang for the first time at the great musical festival of the Gesell- schaft der Musikfreunde in the ‘ Creation.


He early gained the favour of the Harrach family, which introduced him to an extensive practice among the highest ranks of the Austrian nobility. A vague impulse drove him in Sept. For this branch of music he had not only an inborn love, but. In he attended the philosophical college at Krems, and was persuaded, into enter upon his noviciate in the Benedictine Monastery at Melk. He studied in Paris, Augsburg, and Vienna, where, after two years practice in Hun- gary, he settled.

He returned to the Court Theatre inbut only to expose himself to fresh annoyance up to Februarywhen an abrupt dismissal embittered the rest of his life. Though not even a member, he sang at no less than eighty of its concerts, and absolutely declined to accept any fee. Here he took occasional secondary parts, until the sudden illness of one of the solo singers brought him forward as Pietro in the ‘Stumme von Portici,’ after which all the principal parts fell into his hands.