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8 thoughts on “ Korngold*, Schreker*, Stephan*, Zemlinsky*, Georg Jelden, Hans Dieter Wagner (2) - Lieder Des Frühen 20. Jahrhunderts (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Meztinos
    Erich Wolfgang Korngold's career bridged astonishing gaps in history and music -- from the final years of Imperial Austria, when he was hailed as "a new Mozart," to Hollywood in the heyday of the studio system, to the darkened era of postwar Europe.
  2. Zolozragore
    Korngold’s music clearly elicits strong emotions – most often from the musically conservative or from the self-proclaimed arbiters of musical decorum. That being said any contemporary visitor to the cinema who hears a score by John Williams must realise how unthinkable 20 th. century music would be without Korngold’s influence. It is here.
  3. Tomi
    Rudi Stephan, Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Hildegard Uhrmacher, Peter Winkler (8) - Musik Für Orchester / 7 Lieder Nach Verschiedenen Dichtern ‎ (LP, Album) Pair Music AG
  4. Daigal
    Erich Korngold was son of an eminent Viennese music critic and grew up as a child prodigy composer * Studied with Zemlinsky and wrote his first ballet at age 11 * Developed rich, Romantic style with colourful orchestration * Most famous operas include Violanta and Die tote Stadt * Max Reinhardt took Korngold to Hollywood in * He remained in California during .
  5. Shaktile
    Composers In Exile - Zemlinsky, A. Von / Schreker, F. / Schulhoff, E. / Ullmann, V. / Hindemith, P. / Schoenberg, A. / Milhaud, D.. Capriccio: C Buy download.
  6. Taugal
    Soon he made the decision to return to writing for the stage, this time producing two operas, the comedy Der Ring des Polykrates and the tragedy Violanta (both ). The new director of the Vienna Court Opera, Hans Gregor, heard Korngold play his operas at a family friend’s salon, and offered a contract. The operas’ premiere (together.
  7. Zutilar
    Erich Wolfgang Korngold, American composer of Austro-Hungarian birth, best known as one of the originators of the genre of grand film music. He was also noted for his operas, especially for Die tote Stadt (; “The Dead City”), which earned him an international reputation. A .
  8. Aralkis
    Franz Schreker was a prominent figure in early 20th-century Austro-German music, his reputation as an opera composer rivalling that of Richard Strauss. The Prelude to a Drama is the concert overture of Schreker’s acclaimed opera Die Gezeichneten, a .

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