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REGION OR CITY, CITY OR SECTOR

special

SHORTINFO

at4.1201

Wien XII, Meidling

O Beethoven

at4.1202

Wien XII, Meidling

F O Wolf

at4.1203

Wien XII, Meidling

former E Haydn

at4.1205

Wien XII, Meidling

L, Beethoven

at4.1306

Wien XIII, Hietzing

special

L, Q, musical history

at4.1308

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F Leo Fall †

at4.1309

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F Franz Schmidt

at4.1310

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F Brandts-Buys

at4.1311

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F Schönberg

at4.1313

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F Schönberg

at4.1314

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F O Strauß

at4.1315

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F (Nahowski) Berg

at4.1316

Wien XIII, Hietzing

P, Berg, von Einem a.o.

at4.1318

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F O Foerster

at4.1319

Wien XIII, Hietzing

F O Berg

at4.1320

Wien XIII, Hietzing

B, Berg

at4.1321

Wien XIII, Hietzing

Berg

at4.1423

Wien XIV, 0

J instruments

at4.1424

Wien XIV, Penzing

L O Wagner

at4.1627

Wien XVI, Ottakring

Q, O Wagner

at4.1730

Wien XVII, 0

O Beheim

at4.1731

Wien XVII, Hernals

B, O Schubert

at4.1732

Wien XVII, Hernals

C Schrammel music

at4.1733

Wien XVII, Hernals

F Schrammel brothers

at4.1734

Wien XVII, Hernals

J Vienna folklore

at4.1735

Wien XVII, Hernals

E Schrammel brothers

at4.1736

Wien XVII, Hernals

E Hauer

at4.1737

Wien XVII, Hernals

F O Schubert, Flotow

at4.1840

Wien XVIII, Währing

O Schubert

at4.1841

Wien XVIII, Währing

B, Schubert

at4.1842

Wien XVIII, Währing

former P, Beethoven, Schubert

at4.1843

Wien XVIII, Währing

F (Malfatti) Beethoven, Chopin

at4.1844

Wien XVIII, Währing

F O Bartók

at4.1845

Wien XVIII, Währing

D Leschetizky, Kálmán, Marschner

at4.1846

Wien XVIII, Währing

F O Kálmán

at4.1847

Wien XVIII, Währing

F O Leschetizky

at4.1848

Wien XVIII, Währing

F Paderewski

at4.1849

Wien XVIII, Währing

F O Korngold

at4.1850

Wien XVIII, Währing

F O Krenek°

at4.1851

Wien XVIII, Währing

former cemetery

at4.1953

Wien XIX, Döbling

O Lanner †

at4.1954

Wien XIX, Döbling

C Wolf

at4.1955

Wien XIX, Döbling

F O Rosé-Mahler, Beethoven

at4.1956

Wien XIX, Döbling

L, Strauß

at4.1957

Wien XIX, Döbling

special

G O Beethoven

at4.1958

Wien XIX, Döbling

Beethoven O

at4.1959

Wien XIX, Döbling

F O (Köchert) Wolf

at4.1960

Wien XIX, Döbling

former P, Strauß sr., Lanner

at4.1963

Wien XIX, Grinzing

F O Schubert, F O Sepp Felmer

at4.1964

Wien XIX, Grinzing

F Karl Böhm

at4.1965

Wien XIX, Grinzing

F Stolz

at4.1966

Wien XIX, Grinzing

F O Mozart

at4.1967

Wien XIX, Grinzing

P Mahler and family

at4.1970

Wien XIX, Heiligenstadt

F Mahler, F Alma Mahler(-Werfel)

at4.1971

Wien XIX, Heiligenstadt

C Beethoven

at4.1972

Wien XIX, Heiligenstadt

F O Beethoven

at4.1973

Wien XIX, Heiligenstadt

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G O Beethoven

at4.1974

Wien XIX, Heiligenstadt

F O Beethoven

at4.1975

WIEN - XIX, Nußdorf

C Beethoven

at4.1976

WIEN - XIX, Nußdorf

F O Beethoven

at4.1977

WIEN - XIX, Nußdorf

O Schrammel

at4.1978

WIEN - XIX, Nußdorf

L Schikaneder, Lehár

at4.1979

Wien XIX, 0

O Schubert

at4.1980

WIEN - XIX, Sievering

F Flotow (O?)

at4.1981

WIEN - XIX, Salmannsdorf

O Schubert

at4.1982

WIEN - XIX, Salmannsdorf

F Strauß O

at4.2185

Wien XXI, Floridsdorf

M O (Erdödy) Beethoven I

at4.1189

Wien XI, Simmering

special

P of ca. 40 componists

at4.1201

O Beethoven

Hetzendorfer Straße 75a, Wien

The former Vila Pronay was demolished in 1915. Beethoven lived here in 1823. His former patron Maximilian Franz, prince elector and archbishop of Cologne, died here in 1801 in exile.

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F O Wolf

Hetzendorfer Straße 90, Wien

The 16 year old student Hugo Wolf lived here in the summer of 1876.

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at4.1203

former E Haydn

Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel/Herthergasse, Wien

Haydn-Park

Former cemetery Hundsturmer Friedhof. Josef Haydn was initially buried here in 1809; the mortal remains were moved to Eisenstadt in 1820, the original tombstone remained behind.

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at4.1205

L, Beethoven

Grünbergstraße 2, Wien

The villa XAIPE (χαιρε, Greek for ‘hello’) was the house of Freiherr von Wetzlar; here Beethoven and the pianist Joseph Wölfl competed in 1798 or ’99 as improvisators on each other’s theme. No winner?...

WIENXIII. BEZIRKHietzing

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at4.1306

L, Q, musical history

Schönbrunn, Wien

Schloß Schönbrunn

One of Vienna’s top attractions. Summer residence of the imperial family with 1441 rooms, built from 1696 until mid 18th c.Also residence of Napoleon in 1805; Luigi Cherubini visited him. In the Spiegelsaal an informal appearance by the young Mozart before Maria Theresia and Marie Antoinette took place in 1762.

Fine theatre, built in 1744-49: FP’s of operas by Gluck and Haydn, today performances by the Wiener Kammeroper and other ones for film and TV. Also an open-air theatre in the garden.

Orangerie: interesting double-bill at carnival 1786, when Mozart’s Schauspieldirektor and Salieri’s Prima la musica, poi le parole were performed successively, the German Singspiel facing the Italian opera buffa. Mozart receved 50 ducats, Salieri 100.

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F Leo Fall †

Lainzer Straße 127, Wien

The operetta composer Leo Fall (a.o. Die Dollarprinzessin) died here in 1925. Authentic house, no plaque.

at4.1309

F Franz Schmidt

Elßlergasse 26, Wien

House of the composer Franz Schmidt from 1912 until 1922.

at4.1310

F Brandts-Buys

Fleschgasse 3, Wien

House of the Dutch composer Jan Brandts-Buys, 1914-20. His successful opera Die Schneider von Schönau was written here.

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F Schönberg

Hietzinger Hauptstraße 113, Wien

Arnold Schönberg wrote his Harmonielehre and finished the Gurrelieder here (1910-11).

at4.1313

F Schönberg

Gloriettegasse 43, Wien

Arnold Schönberg lived here and composed Fünf Orchesterstücke and the monodrama Erwartung (1908-1910).

at4.1314

F O Strauß

Maxingstraße 18, Wien

Johann Strauß lived here (1870-78) and composed his best work, the Fledermaus.

In the same house the composer Karl Prohaska lived (1911-27); his son, the conductor Felix P., was born here in 1912.

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at4.1315

F (Nahowski) Berg

Maxingstraße 46, Wien

Alban Berg’s wife Helene was a love child of emperor Franz Josef and a basket-weaver; she was adopted by the wealthy family Nahowski, living here.

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P, Berg, von Einem a.o.

Maxingstraße 15, Wien

Hietzinger Friedhof

Graves of the composers Alban Berg, +1935, and Gottfried von Einem, +1996. Also graves of the Poet Grillpartzer, the painter Klimt and the dancer Fanny Elßler.

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F O Foerster

Wattmanngasse 25, Wien

The Czech composer Bohuslav Foerster and his wife Berte, singer at the court opera, lived here from 1908 until 1918, when the couple returned to the future state Czechoslovakia.

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F O Berg

Trautmannsdorfgasse 27, Wien

House of Alban Berg from 1911 until his death in 1935. Today seat of the Alban-Berg-Stiftung, >www.absw.at.

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at4.1320

B, Berg

Am Platz, Wien

Pfarrkirche Mariä Geburt

In this Roman-Catholic church Alban and Helene Berg married for the second time in 1915. Their first marriage in an evangelical church in 1911 (> 1.39) was enforced by the bride’s father to obtain a easier chance for a divorce…

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Berg

Hietzinger Hauptstraße 6, Wien

The young Alban Berg spent many hours in the villa (now a book store) of his beloved uncle Josef Weidmann, who died in 1905 and left a fortune to the Berg family.

WIENXIV. and XVI. BEZIRK

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J instruments

Mariahilfer Straße 212, Wien

Technikmuseum

The musical department of the technical museum focuses on the technical side of instruments: how they are built and produce sounds. There are many experimental instruments, including a Janko-Klavier and a Mixtur-Trautonium.

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L O Wagner

Hadikgasse 72, Wien

Richard Wagner took up his residence in this villa in March 1863 and had it fitted up luxuriously. When his debts had grown to 30.000 Kronen, he left Vienna in March 1864 like a thief in the night. Meanwhile he had composed a large part of Die Meistersinger and also received his antipode Johannes Brahms, who played his Händel Variations and won diplomatic words of praise.

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Q, O Wagner

Thaliastraße 1, Wien

In the former Thaliatheater Wagner’s Tannhäuser had its first performance in Vienna in 1857 under the baton of the composer. The enormous steel and glass theatre with 3000 seats was only in use between 1856 and 1870.

WIENXVII. BEZIRKHernals

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O Beheim

Beheimgasse 54, Wien

Relief of the Meistersinger Michael Beheim (1416-1470s), who worked at the Vienna court from 1459 to 1465, after a career in Munich, Ansbach and Prague.

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at4.1731

B, O Schubert

Sankt-Bartholomäus-Platz, Wien

Kalvarienbergkirche

Schubert visited a funeral service, at which the Requiem of his brother Ferdinand was performed; 16 days later he died himself.

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C Schrammel music

Elterleinplatz, Wien

In the northern suburbs of Vienna a special kind of folk music was developed, featuring two violins, guitar and accordion and called Schrammelmusik, after the brothers Schrammel who introduced it in 1878. A monument was erected in honour of the first quartet.

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F Schrammel brothers

Rötzergasse 13, Wien

House of the brothers Johann (‘Hanns’) and Joseph Schrammel.

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at4.1734

J Vienna folklore

Hernalser Hauptstraße 72, Wien

Hernalser Hauptstraße 74, Wien

Hernalser Heimatmuseum

The museum is devoted to the traditions of the district, including the Schrammelmusik.

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E Schrammel brothers

Leopold-Kunschak-Platz, Wien

Hernalser Friedhof

Graves of the brothers Johann (+1892) and Josef (+1895) Schrammel, resp. 42 and 43 years old.

at4.1736

E Hauer

Alszeile 28, Wien

Dornbacher Friedhof

Grave of the composer Josef Matthias Hauer, +1959.

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F O Schubert, Flotow

Dornbacher Straße 101, Wien

Guests of the former inn Zur Kaiserin von Österreich in the quarter Dornbach include Schubert and his friends (May/June 1827) andFriedrich von Flotow (1866). Dornbach has also a link with Michael Haydn: in 1801 he composed a Dornbacher Te Deum.

WIENXVIII. BEZIRK Währing

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O Schubert

Kutschgergasse 44, Wien

Schubert stayed a few days in 1826 in the former inn Zum Biersack; on the rear side of the menu he composed his song Ständchen (D 889). The inn was demolished; plaque.

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at4.1841

B, Schubert

Gertrudplatz, Wien

St. Lorenz und St. Gertrud

The brothers Rieder were friends of Schubert. Wilhelm August painted his portrait (> 2.59) and Johann was the Regenschori (choirmaster) of this church; the latter organized a second funeral service for Schubert in his church and the burial at the Währing cemetery on 21.XI.1828.

at4.1842

former P, Beethoven, Schubert

Währinger Straße 123, Wien

Währinger Straße 125, Wien

Schubertpark

Former Währinger Ortsfriedhof. Beethoven was buried here in 1827, Schubert in the next year, close to Beethoven according to his last will. At both burials a funeral oration by Franz Grillparzer was recited; he was buried here too in 1872. In the next year the cemetery was dissolved. The mortal remains of Beethoven and Schubert were moved to the Zentralfriedhof, but the original gravestones remained. Grillparzer moved to the Hietzing cemetery. The grave of the Czech composer Voříšek - also buried here - is not extant.

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at4.1843

F (Malfatti) Beethoven, Chopin

Lacknergasse 79, Wien

Beethoven was a patient of dr. Johann (Giovanni) Malfatti and composed a birthday cantata for him (Un lieto brindisi, WoO 103, 1814). Probably Für Elise was written for Malfatti’s niece Therese.

Malfatti’s wife was Polish. Hence they had contact with Chopin, who visited the house during his stay in 1830.

The house remained unaltered.

at4.1844

F O Bartók

Gersthoferstraße 57, Wien

Béla Bartók lived here intermittingly during the years 1904-06.

at4.1845

D Leschetizky, Kálmán, Marschner

Hasenauerstraße, Wien

Türkenschanzpark

Monuments for the German opera composer Heinrich Marschner, the Hungarian operetta composer Imre (Emmerich) Kálmán and the piano pedagogue Theodor Leschetizky. Beautiful park.

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F O Kálmán

Hasenauerstraße 29, Wien

House of the Hungarian operetta composer Imre (Emmerich) Kálmán.

at4.1847

F O Leschetizky

Weimarer Straße 60, Wien

House of the piano pedagogue Theodor Leschetizky.

at4.1848

F Paderewski

Anastasias-Grün-Straße 49, Wien

House of the Polish pianist, composer and politician Ignacy Paderewski during his student years with Leschetizky (1880s).

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F O Korngold

Sternwartestraße 35, Wien

House of Erich Wolfgang Korngold from 1929 until 1934, when he moved to the U.S.A.

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F O Krenek°

Argauergasse 3, Wien

Birthplace of the composer Ernst Krenek (or Křenek; he was of Czech descent), °1900.

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former cemetery

Gymnasiumstraße, Wien

Währinger Park

At the former Währinger Kommunalfriedhofwere the graves of the Czech composer Adalbert Gyrowetz (Václav Jirovec), Emanuel Schikaneder, the brother and parents of Schubert, Lanner’s father and Giulietta Guiccardi, to whom Beethoven’s Mondscheinsonate was dedicated. The cemetery was dissolved in 1923; some gravestones may be extant. NOT VERIFIED.

WIENXIX. BEZIRKDöbling

at4.1953

O Lanner †

Gymnasiumstraße 87, Wien

Joseph Lanner died here on Good Friday 1843.

at4.1954

C Wolf

Krottenbachstraße, Wien

Hugo-Wolf-Park

Monument of Hugo Wolf.

at4.1955

F O Rosé-Mahler, Beethoven

Pyrkergasse 23, Wien

House of the violinist Arnold Rosé and his wife, Mahler’s sister Justine.

Beethoven lived at nr. 13 in 1822; house not extant.

at4.1956

L, Strauß

Döblinger Hauptstraße 76, Wien

Döblinger Hauptstraße 78, Wien

In this dancing hall Im Kasino Zögernitz, built in 1837, successively father Strauß (1837-41) and his sons Johann (1846) and Eduard (1890) appeared with their orchestras. More recently, the TELDEC recordings of Harnoncourt’s Concentus Musicus took place here.

at4.1957

G O Beethoven

Döblinger Hauptstraße 92, Wien

Beethoven composed the Eroica Symphony in the Riederhof;his apartment is in authentic state and accessible to the public.

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at4.1958

Beethoven O

Silbergasse 4, Wien

Beethoven composed the cello sonatas op. 102 at this address; the house was destroyed during the last war.

at4.1959

F O (Köchert) Wolf

Billrothstraße 68, Wien

House of Heinrich and Melanie Köchert, faithful friends of Hugo Wolf, who stayed here in the years 1885 and 1888-94. A part of the Goethelieder and the Italienisches Liederbuch originated here.

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at4.1960

former P, Strauß sr., Lanner

Billrothstraße/Hohenauergasse, Wien

Strauß-Lanner-Park

The rivals Johann Strauß sr. and Joseph Lanner were both buried at the Döblinger Friedhof. After its dissolution their mortal remains were moved to the Zentralfriedhof, the original gravestones remained here.

at4.1963

F O Schubert, F O Sepp Felmer

Himmelstraße 25, Wien

Himmelstraße 29, Wien

Schubert and his friends Lachner and Bauernfeld must have stayed during the Spring of 1826 in the pretty village of Grinzing, probably at this address, as the plaque mentions. In any case, the folk singer Sepp Felmer lived two doors further on; he is called ‘the Schubert of Grinzing’.

at4.1964

F Karl Böhm

Himmelstraße 41, Wien

Villa of the conductor Karl Böhm

at4.1965

F Stolz

Himmelstraße 69, Wien

Villa of the last great operetta composer and conductor Robert Stolz.

at4.1966

F O Mozart

Oberer Reisenbergweg 1, Wien

I of Mozart, in a letter to his father of July 1781, mentions that he enjoyed his stay in ‘Reisenberg’; he may have stayed in this age-old house.

at4.1967

P Mahler and family

An den langen Lüssen, Wien

Grinzinger Friedhof

Graves of Gustav Mahler (+1911) and his wife Alma (+1964). Moreover Alma’s daughter Manon Gropius (the ‘angel’ from Bergs Violin Concerto) and the couple Arnold and Justine Rosé-Mahler with their daughter Alma were buried here.

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at4.1970

F Mahler, F Alma Mahler(-Werfel)

Wollergasse 10, Wien

Steinfeldgasse 2, Wien

From 1909 on Mahler lived alternately in New York and Toblach (Dobbiaco, South Tirol). His Viennese pied-à-terre and official address became the house of Alma’s stepfather Carl Moll - that’s why he was buried in this district. The house was built in 1901 after a design of Josef Hoffmann.

Around the corner Alma Mahler and her later husband Franz Werfel lived from 1931 until 1938. The house, also a creation of Hoffmann, now accommodates the Saudi-Arabian embassy.

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at4.1971

C Beethoven

Wollergasse, Wien

Heiligenstädter Park

This Beethoven monument was erected in 1902.

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at4.1972

F O Beethoven

Pfarrplatz 2, Wien

Beethoven lived during the early summer of 1817 in this picturesque house, today Buschenschank Mayer, a pub for lovers of the Heuriger, the local young wine.

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at4.1973

G O Beethoven

Probusgasse 6, Wien

Beethoven’s harrowing Heiligenstädter Testament was written in 1802 and probably in this well preserved house with medieval elements, today a fine Beethoven museum. The original document itself is lacking; through various proprietors, including the composer’s sister-in-law Johanna, Franz Liszt and the Swedish singer Jenny Lind, it landed in the State library of Hamburg.

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at4.1974

F O Beethoven

Grinzinger Straße 64, Wien

In 1807 or 1808 Beethoven lived here; on the same stock the young Grillparzer and his mother lived. As soon as the composer noticed that his occupants eavesdropped on him, he stopped playing, as Grillparzer told in his Erinnerungen an Beethoven from 1844/45.

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at4.1975

C Beethoven

Beethovengang, Wien

One of Beethoven’s favorite walks was along the Schreiberbach in Nußdorf. Today this path is called Beethovengang with a Beethovenruhe (rest place). The Szene am Bach from the Pastoral Symphony may have been inspired by this ambiance. The monument there by Anton Dominik Feinkorn from 1863 is the oldest in Vienna, devoted to a musician.

at4.1976

F O Beethoven

Kahlenberger Straße 26, Wien

In the baroque Greinersche Haus Beethoven lived in 1917, just after his stay at Pfarrplatz 2 (> 72).

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at4.1977

O Schrammel

Kahlenberger Straße 7, Wien

First appearance of the brothers Schrammel in 1878, then under the name Die Nußdorfer. For these folk musicians cf. 32-35.

at4.1978

L Schikaneder, Lehár

Hackhofergasse 18, Wien

The so-called Lehár-Schikaneder-Schlößl was built in 1737 and counted three famous residents: theatre director Emanuel Schikaneder (1802-07), Napoleon (1809) and the operetta composer Franz Lehár (from 1931 until his death in 1948). The combination of Schikaneder and Lehár is revealing: in the Theater an der Wien of the former the triumphal career of the latter began.

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at4.1979

O Schubert

Zwillinggasse 1, Wien

Maria-Theresia-Schlösschen

In this fine rococo building (c 1750), Franz Schubert appeared on the 7th of August 1828, presenting his song Leise flehen meine Lieder at the birthday of Caroline von Pernold.
The building houses a neurological hospital today.

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at4.1980

F Flotow (O?)

Agnesgasse 9, Wien

House of Friedrich von Flotow, the composer of Martha, in 1868. There should be a plaque, but it is invisible from beyond the closed gate.

at4.1981

O Schubert

Dreimarksteingasse 6, Wien

A plaque reminds us of a visit of Schubert in 1821 and mentions his male quartet Ich lobe mir mein Dörfchen, D 589, that was performed here.

at4.1982

F Strauß O

Dreimarksteingasse 13, Wien

In 1829 the Strauß family was flooded out of its house in Leopoldstadt and landed in Salmannsdorf. Two years later the six year old Johann composed his first composition, notated by his mother and called Erster Gedanke. The rural house has retained its original look.

WIEN - OUTERADDRESSES

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M O (Erdödy) Beethoven I

Jeneweingasse 17, WienI

The only address on this website east of the Danube.

Summer house during the years 1809-23 of Beethoven’s friend, countess Anna Marie Erdődy, one of the few persons who knew how to handle the composer’s problematic character. She acted as his second mother or - as he called it - his Beichtvater (confessor) and he paid many visits to her, especially in the year 1815. The upper part of the house was destroyed by fire in 1863, the rest remained in its original state. The house is accessible to the public, in the music room concerts are given.

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P of ca. 40 componists

Simmeringer Hauptstraße 234, Wien

Zentralfriedhof

Nearly the whole musical history of Vienna of the 19th-20th century converges on the Zentralfriedhof. It was founded in 1874 and counts today around 1,7 million of ‘inhabitants’, among whom ca. 40 renowned Viennese composers and music related persons. Their graves include, per Gruppe (compartment):

Gruppe 0: Czerny, Leschetizky, Mandyczewski, Salieri, Sechter. Gruppe 3: Leo Fall. Gruppe 14a: Billroth.Gruppe 14c: Pfitzner. Gruppe 16a: Bösendorfer. Gruppe 18: Hanslick.Gruppe 31b: Kálmán.

Gruppe 32a: Beethoven, Brahms, Gluck, Lanner, Millöcker, Mozart (cenotaph), Schubert, the Strauß family (father and three sons), the piano makers Andreas and Nanette Streicher, Suppé, Wolf.

Gruppe 32c: Guido Adler, Apostel, J.N. David, Kienzl, Jos. Marx, Fr. Schmidt, Schönberg, Stolz, Wellesz, Ziehrer.

Gruppe 32e: Boskovsky, Robert Fuchs.Gruppe 33g: Krenek, Zemlinsky. Gruppe 47b: Zeller.

Gruppe 52a: Goldmark. Gruppe 84: Karl van Beethoven.

Berg, von Einem, Hauer and Mahler were buried elsewhere; see the items at4.1316, .1736 and .1967 .

The graves of Haydn, Bruckner and Webern are outside Vienna, resp. in Eisenstadt, St. Florian and Schwabegg.

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