Schubert - Salve Regina
Type of Spiritual Experience
In 1814, [aged 17], Schubert met a young soprano named Therese Grob, daughter of a local silk manufacturer and wrote several of his liturgical works (including a "Salve Regina" and a "Tantum Ergo") for her; she also was a soloist in the premiere of his Mass No. 1 (D. 105) in September 1814. Schubert wanted to marry her, but was hindered by the harsh marriage-consent law of 1815 requiring an aspiring bridegroom to show he had the means to support a family.
A description of the experience
'Salve Regina' de Franz Schubert interprété par la Camerata Carolina (Choeur de chambre de l'Université de Heidelbeerg à l'Abbatiale d'Ebersmunster le 29/06/2014