Schubert's Pepi: his love affair with the chambermaid Josepha Pcklhofer and her surprising fate

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Description: Anton Holzapfel's recollections about Schubert's 'first youthful passion' for the young singer from Lichtental, Therese Grob, and how the composer's taciturn and yet intense feelings for her had influenced his early musical works, were a direct result of one of Luib's questionn aires.13 It is unfortunate that Schober, Schubert's closest friend, never answered Luib's appeal.\n93 We learn here that he was hired by the Habsburg Court as 6th assistant cook, on 1 November 1847, with a yearly salary of 400f plus 60f for lodgings (after having worked as a cook for eight years with various aristocratic families).
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