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Bedřich Smetana was born Friedrich Smetana on 2 March 1824, in
Litomyšl, east of Prague near the traditional border between Bohemia
and Moravia, then provinces of the Habsburg Empire. He was the third
child, and first son, of František Smetana and his third wife Barbora
Lynková. František had fathered eight children in two earlier
marriages, five daughters surviving infancy; he and Barbora had ten
more children, of whom seven reached adulthood.[1][2] At this time,
under Habsburg rule, German was the official language of Bohemia.
František knew Czech, but for business and social reasons rarely used
it, and his children were ignorant of it until much later in their
Large rectangular building of pale stonework, multiple rectangular
windows and ornamental features at the roof level
Count Waldstein's castle in Smetana's birthplace, Litomyšl, Bohemia

The Smetana family came from the Hradec Králové region of Bohemia..
František had initially learned the trade of a brewer, and had
acquired moderate wealth during the Napoleonic Wars by supplying
clothing and provisions to the French Army. He subsequently managed
several breweries before coming to Litomyšl in 1823 as brewer to Count
Waldstein, whose Renaissance castle dominates the town.[1][4]

The elder Smetana, although uneducated, had a natural gift for music
and was a competent violinist who played in a string quartet.[5]
Bedřich was introduced to music by his father and in October 1830, at
the age of six, gave his first public performance. At a concert held
in Litomyšl's Philosophical Academy he played a piano arrangement of
Auber's overture to La Muette de Portici, to a rapturous reception.[6]
[7] In 1831 the family moved to Jindřichův Hradec in the south of
Bohemia – the region where, a generation later, Gustav Mahler grew up.
[4][8] Here, Smetana attended the local elementary school and later
the gymnasium. He also studied violin and piano, discovering the works
of Mozart and Beethoven, and began composing simple pieces of which
one, a dance (Kvapiček, or "Little Galop"), survives in sketch form.[8]

In 1835, František retired to a farm in the south-eastern region of
Bohemia.[9] There being no suitable local school, Smetana was sent to
the gymnasium at Jihlava, where he was homesick and unable to study.
He then transferred to the Premonstratensian school at Německý Brod,
where he was happier and made good progress.[9] Among the friends he
made here was the future Czech revolutionary poet Karel Havl*ček,[10]
whose departure for Prague in 1838 may have influenced Smetana's own
desire to experience life in the capital. The following year, with
František's approval, he enrolled at Prague's Academic Grammar School
under Josef Jungmann, a distinguished poet and linguist who was a
leading figure in the movement for Czech national revival.[11]
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