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Hanfstingl Franz Hermann Hanfstingl Franz-Hermann Hanfstingl. Initially, he wanted to expose her stigmatism as a fraud, but Gerlich came back a changed man and later converted from Calvinism to Catholicism in From that year until his death, his resistance became inspired by the social teachings of the Catholic Church.
Gerlich returned in November to his job at the Bavarian National Archives. A circle of friends that had developed around Neumann gave rise to the idea of founding a weekly political newspaper to dispute the left and right political extremism in Germany.
Supported by a wealthy patron, Prince Waldburg-Zeil , Gerlich was able to take over the weekly newspaper Sunday Illustrated Der Illustrierte Sonntag , which was renamed The Straight Path Der Gerade Weg in In this newspaper, Gerlich opposed Communism, National Socialism and antisemitism.
The dispute with the growing Nazi movement became the central focus of Gerlich and his later writing. At the end of the circulation of the weekly was over 40, readers.
Gerlich once wrote "National Socialism means: Enmity with neighbouring nations, tyranny internally, civil war, world war, lies, hatred, fratricide and boundless want.
After the Nazis seized power on 30 January , Gerlich was arrested March 9, and held at the Dachau concentration camp , where he died on 30 June during the Night of the Long Knives.
His death was officially announced days after his arrest, and the announcement was published in the international press at the time.
Gerlich was portrayed in the TV movie Hitler: The Rise of Evil by actor Matthew Modine. With other Germans living in England, including the painter Richard Huttula, Carl Haag , Wilhelm Kumpel, and an animal-painter, Joseph Wolf , Goedecker joined the London-based Verein für Kunst und Wissenschaft Society for Art and Science.
In the late s, he was part of a Gemütliches Deutschland group which met at the Hotel de la Boule d'Or, in Soho , whose members later joined the German Athenaeum in London.
In , The Theatre described Goedecker as "The leading spirit of the parody, and one of the most popular members of the club Goedecker died in the Rhineland in December ,  in a railway carriage on a train travelling between Ingelheim and Bingen.
In his book Englische Sprach-Schnitzer , "O'Clarus Hiebslac Esq. He added in a footnote that his talented friend was now at rest in the Godsacre of his ancestral Bingen and would live on in the memory of his many friends.
An outline of Goedecker by the British Museum calls him a "Watercolourist, draughtsman and caricaturist". His illustrations for Vanity Fair included caricatures of Hubert Herkomer , Carl Haag , Count von Moltke , Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg , and perhaps Tom Nickalls.
In March , Goedecker sent John Ruskin photographs of some of his work, and received a reply: . Dies alles aber nur im Vergleich zu Beethoven; gegen Andere ist er noch Mann genug, ja der kühnste und freigeistigste der neueren Musiker.
In diesem Sinne möge man das Duo zur Hand nehmen. I say "would"; while I still hold on to my thought. Anyone writing as much as Schubert does ultimately not waste much time on titles, and thus he possibly hastily titled his work Sonata, while he had it ready in his head as symphony; a more mundane reason may have been that it would have been easier to find a publisher for a Sonata than for a Symphony, at a time when his name only began to be known.
Being acquainted with his style, his way of treating the piano, and comparing this work with his other Sonatas, from which the clearest pianistic character speaks, I can only see it as an orchestral piece.
Nonetheless I'd defend the Duo against the reproach that it wouldn't have been conceived throughout as a piano piece, that it would challenge the instrument above its possibilities, while it can be seen in a different light as an arranged symphony.
Approached thus, we have gained a Symphony. The reminiscences of Beethoven were already mentioned; let us all exploit his treasures. But even without this eminent predecessor Schubert wouldn't have become someone else; it may just have taken longer for his specificity to break through.
Thus anyone with any feeling and culture would recognise and distinguish Beethoven and Schubert from the first pages. Schubert, a girlish character dependent of the other, is far more garrulous, soft and broad; compared to [Beethoven] he is a child playing carefree among giants.
This is how these symphony movements, which in their intimacy could only have been conceived by Schubert, relate to those of Beethoven.
True, also [Schubert] has his forceful moments, he also can conjure up massive [sounds]; nonetheless, it always relates as woman to man, the latter commands where the former pleads and persuades.
All of this only in comparison to Beethoven; compared to others he is enough of a man, truly the most audacious and liberated of the more recent musicians.
In this spirit one can take up the Duo. Beauty is apparent without looking for it: it approaches us and conquers, more so every time one looks at it; inevitably always growing more fond of this quietly loving poetic mind.
As much as the "Adagio" immediately reminds us of Beethoven, it is hard to think of anything wherein Schubert has shown himself more clearly than [Beethoven]; so much in the flesh that it takes but a few bars before [Schubert]'s name slips over your lips, and then it hits.
Also about this we will agree: this composition keeps to the same [high] level from start to end; In Joseph Joachim orchestrated the Grand Duo on Johannes Brahms 's instigation.
Schubert's original piano duet version was premiered in December Donald Tovey wrote about the Grand Duo in , mostly reiterating Schumann's views, and further contributing to the conflation of the Gmunden-Gastein Symphony with the piano four-hands Sonata.
In his biography of the composer, Maurice J. Schubert's title "Sonata", on top of his messages about the composition of a "grand Sonata Schubert's autograph of the Sonata ended up in the Bodleian Library , as part of the Margaret Deneke Mendelssohn collection.
In his book on Schubert's Winterreise , Ian Bostridge writes that the scholarly discussions about whether the composer was homosexual died out some two decades after they began.
Giving an overview of these discussions, Bostridge describes it as anachronistic to paste late 20th-century concepts about gayness to Schubert's early 19th-century world: androgyny, the femininity alluded to by Schumann, even homo-eroticism as in some of Goethe 's writings e.