Hindemith


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German neoclassical composer and conductor who believed that music should have a social purpose (1895-1963)

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Restoration of Wentzinger schools and expansion Paul Hindemith School in 7 phases, Falk Berger StraE-e 21, 79100 Freiburg i.
Pinkham studied with Hindemith, another composer on the program; Hindemith was indebted to Bach and the forms popular in Bach's time.
Butler especially looks forward to "doing the Beethoven 7 and the very, very different Hindemith (piece).
Musical functionalism; the musical thoughts of Arnold Schoenberg and Paul Hindemith.
Of special note is the concluding ten page analysis 'Coda: Schoenberg and Hindemith in the Context of Functionalism'.
Hindemith comes to mind in this rather arid music, but some may find it of interest.
While Holender began and ended his 18-year reign with the great, complex German composer Richard Wagner - his final stagework "Parsifal" - Meyer chose a lesser-known work by the infrequently-performed composer Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) to ring in a new era.
Pragend waren die zwei Jahre in der Berliner Kompositionsklasse von Paul Hindemith, bevor er 1938 Deutschland in Richtung Schweiz verliess.
BIFO will perform Ulvi Cemal Erkin's "Kocekce", a dance rhapsody for orchestra, as well as play works by Paul Hindemith and Ottorino Respighi.
Hindemith and Marcellus Schiffer is a satirical operatic sketch in one scene lasting only 12 minutes.
The quartet has recorded both the Hindemith and Schumann's String Quartet no.
Besides, the Hindemith is rare enough on heavy vinyl, and the Shostakovich doesn't often make its way onto new audiophile wax, either.
From the beginning, jazz has been influenced by classical music, and from the early part of the 20th century, jazz has influenced classical composers--Debussy, Ravel, Stravinsky, Milhaud, Prokofiev, Ives, Hindemith, Bernstein, Copland, etc.
The emphasis that Balanchine placed on the relationship between movement and music (in this instance Hindemith, Stravinsky, and Webern) is utterly ignored by Garafola.
20) A decade or so later, the German composer Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) produced an opera based on Grunewald's life which he entitled "Mathis der Maler.