Personality[ edit ] Despite only playing on a toy piano, Schroeder is a very talented musician, who is obsessed with the music of Beethoven. Since he is Schroeder's "hero", he wants to be like Beethoven. Since Beethoven was a lifelong bachelor, Schroeder thinks he should be the same, rejecting Lucy's love interest in him. The closest Schroeder ever got to playing a real piano was playing his toy piano on the piano seat of one.
Male "I kind of like Schroeder. He has to play on the painted black piano keys, and he thinks Beethoven was the first President of the United States.
He is distinguished by his precocious skill at playing the piano, as well as by his love of classical music and the composer Ludwig van Beethoven in particular. Schroeder was introduced as a baby on May 30, Within a short time, however, he had aged to nearly the same age as the other characters.
However, his love for Beethoven specifically did not begin until October 10 of that same year. Even though Schroeder is an accomplished musician, his piano is only a toy, and the black keys are merely painted on to the white keys. In one Love and schroeder, Charlie Brown tries to get him to play a real piano, but Schroeder bursts out crying, intimidated by its size.
In it, Lucy takes his bust of Beethoven and smashes it, but Schroeder simply takes another one from a closet full of Beethoven busts. In the early strips, Schroeder also played music by other composers.
Lucy is infatuated with Schroeder, and frequently leans against his piano while he is playing, professing her love for him. In a story arc where she and the rest of her family have moved out of town, Schroeder becomes frustrated with his music and mutters disbelievingly that he misses her.
Despite his constant animosity towards her, Schroeder would come to realize that Lucy has unwittingly become his muse and he cannot play without her. In the December 16, strip,  Schroeder kisses Lucy on the cheek, but when Lucy turns around, she sees Snoopy instead.
Believing Snoopy was the one who kissed her, she runs away screaming, while Schroeder calls for her to come back; showing he has some feelings for Lucy. Schroeder declares himself to be a hockey player in the strip from December 7, Also, he will run through a list of complicated signals, only to end up with something to the effect of, "Just throw it down the middle.
He has also shown a love for hockey in some of the Peanuts comic strips, as well as some television specials. The shirt that Schroeder wears has thick black stripes. In the animated TV specials and movies, it is colored purple.
Schroeder lives on James Street, which was revealed in the August 14, strip. He mentions that the street number is easy to remember because it was the year that Beethoven was born.
His birthday we revealed in a strip on January 18, Schroeder has a contempt for popular non-classical music. Hooray for Irving Berlin"—and had to quickly run away as an infuriated Schroeder throws his piano at her. Strip from October 10, Charlie Brown, in fact was the one that introduced Schroeder to the piano.
Lucy See main article: Frieda Sunday strip from January 18, He does not have any feelings for Frieda.
Snoopy Snoopy will often watch, listen and dance as Schroeder plays his piano, often responding to the mood of the music with different poses and expressions, and many times, Snoopy will play with the notes.
In the later years when the notes actually fell off the piano, Snoopy played with those too. Apparently annoyed by his presence, Schroeder would often respond by making the bars and notation chase or throw Woodstock away, or ensnare him in various ways.
Schroeder first plays a toy piano in the strip from September 24, Lucy asks Schroeder to play "Jingle Bells". Schroeder plays it in the style of a conventional piano, then manages to generate the warm tones of a Hammond organ, but Lucy cannot recognize the tune until the now-irritated Schroeder plays it, with one finger, in the tones of a normal toy piano.
Schroeder is normally a very impassive character, content to play his music, but can be angered quite easily if his music or his idol Beethoven are insulted. In one short Lucy points out to him the woefully inadequate single-octave range of a toy piano; an angry Schroeder yanks it out from under her and sends her flying.
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