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Having composed many preludes, fugues, and chorales, Albrechtsberger is now better known for his pedagogical accomplishments. These include teaching Beethoven, Hummel, Moscheles and Weigl, as well as writing several well-known theoretical treatises. It is very likely that Nietzsche owned a copy of the 1837 edition of his Sämmtliche Schriften über Generalbaß, Harmonielehre, und Tonsetzkunst; zum Selbstunterricht. 13 Several fugue-writing exercises in Nietzsche’s 14 hand exist from this time bearing a strong resemblance to Albrechtsberger’s tutorials.

Ibid. 36 - “On Wagner’s Faust Overture” “On Wagner’s Rheingold” As if Krug did not infuse enough Wagnerian thought into the group, Pinder’s submissions are equally telling, including: - “On Hans Sachs—1” “On Hans Sachs—2” “On Hans Sachs—3” “Poem on Siegfried” During the same twenty-six month period, Nietzsche—the member with the best submission record, submitting over twice as many works as Pinder—presented no works 7 pertaining to Wagner. Although far more musically conservative than Pinder and Krug, Nietzsche’s experiences in Germania up to 1862 did serve to broaden his musical horizons.

Although now separated from Krug, they struck on the idea of forming an academic club to provide a framework for continuing their intellectual discussions despite their geographical distance. In 1860, “Germania” began with a membership of three: Nietzsche, Krug, and their mutual friend Wilhelm Pinder. The club had strict rules to ensure its maintenance and survival and was begun with formal ceremonies at a nearby 2 ruined castle. Each member was required to submit a work each month, be it musical or literary.

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