Hugo Wolf

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Austrian composer (1860-1903)


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Her monograph Hugo Wolf Skizzen und Fragmente: Untersuchungen zur Arbeitsweise (Hildesheim: Olms, 2002), which is based on her dissertation, disproves the myth that Wolf composed in fits of inspiration--a notion that originated with Wolf's friends and supporters.
Hugo Wolf ist jener seltene Fall, wo weder der Komponist selbst Teile seines Oeuvre vernichtet hat noch es von einer achtlosen Mit- und Nachwelt dem Verlust preisgegeben wurde--wie im Falle von NSExilanten oder von Komponistinnen oft passiert.
Fellow Norwegian singer Mari Eriksmoen opened the evening with a lieder trio from Austrian composer Hugo Wolf, who ended his days in a syphilitic haze in a Vienna asylum.
Then he looks at temporal features in each composer: lyrical expansions, elisions, and rhythmic flow in Fanny Hensel nee Mendelssohn; repetition, motion, and reflection in Franz Schubert; doubling and reverberation in Robert Schumann; metric cycles and performative time in Johannes Brahms; and syncopation and the rhythms of speech in Hugo Wolf.
Mahler, Richard Straus and Hugo Wolf, she was on particularly good torn in the more dramatic works like Mahler's 1ively Anthony of Padas's Ser-mon to the Fishes and Richard Strauss's beautiful and deeply emotional Rest My Soul.
This one, recorded in 1977 and 1979, was her last and contains mostly lieder by Hugo Wolf, whose songs she vigorously championed throughout her life.
Mozart and Beethoven may be considered the earliest composers of Lieder, though the genre only came into its own with Franz Schubert, who was followed by Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Hugo Wolf, Richard Strauss, and others.
She was particularly acclaimed in songs by Schubert, Richard Strauss and Hugo Wolf, both in performance and on many records.
In Mann's letter to Klaus of 27 April 1943, describing Faustus as 'eine Kustler-(Musiker-) and moderne Teufelsverschreibungsgeschichte aus der Schicksalsgegend Maupassant, Nietzsche, Hugo Wolf etc.
In her seventh book on the lieder of Hugo Wolf and Franz Schubert, Susan Youens introduces us to these six contemporaries of Schubert, whose poetry is derived primarily from their musical settings.
The Hugo Wolf Quartet are performing at the Pump Rooms in Leamington as part of Warwick Art Society's international string quartet season.
There were two world premieres by Schmidt, Djembe and The American Quartet, while two other Schmidt works, Scenes from an Italian Songbook, to lieder by Hugo Wolf, and The Sleep of Reason, received their first Grand Rapids performances.
Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, and Hugo Wolf together form German art song's Holy Trinity.
Brown investigates the German music form Lied beginning where most musicologists end, after the final compositions of Hugo Wolf before his death in 1903.
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