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His first teacher was the Tirolean composer, Josef Alois Ladurner.At the age of 20 Auber was sent to London for business training, but he was obliged to leave England in 1804 when the Treaty of Amiens was breached.[/FONT] [FONT="]Auber had already attempted musical composition, and at this period produced several concertos pour basse, modelled after the violoncellist Lamare, in whose name they were published.Le maçon (1825) was his first major triumph, staying in the repertory until the 20th century, with 525 performances at the Opéra-Comique alone.An ensemble from the latter found its way into Herold's ballet La Somnambule (source of Bellini's La sonnambula) as an air parlante (a way of explicating the plot through the words of a relevant operatic aria or salon piece).[/FONT] [FONT="]Auber achieved another triumph in La muette de Portici, also known as Masaniello after its hero.That same year, 1830, he was named director of the court concerts.
Auber soon developed his own voice, however: light, vivacious, graceful, and melodious—characteristically French.
Produced in Paris in 1828, it rapidly became a European favourite, and the foundation work of a new genre, grand opera, that was consolidated by Rossini's Guillaume Tell the following year.