Carl Maria von Weber

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German conductor and composer of romantic operas (1786-1826)

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(5) Carl Maria von Weber, Samtliche Schriften, Leipzig, Schuster 4 Loeffler, p.
Adagio and Rondo FMajor (1811) by Carl Maria von Weber, arranged for wind ensemble by Peter Damm.
It will feature music from Carl Maria von Weber's Der Freischutz Overture, the Peer Gynt Suite by Edvard Grieg, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 4.
31 concert includes Carl Maria von Weber's Overture to "Der Freischutz,'' "The Beautiful Galathea'' by Franz von Suppe, Frederick Delius' "The Walk to the Paradise Garden,'' and Franz Liszt's "Les Preludes.''
From Carl Maria von Weber's "Allemandes" (1801), Peteri includes 6 of the 12 pieces from this opus.
295--"Leise, leise, fromme Weise" (Softly, softly pious melody): Carl Maria von Weber, Der Freischutz (1821)
NB: Der Vater von Carl Maria von Weber konzertierte auf der Bratsche (6)
They round-off with the Piano Quartet, Op 18, composed in 1809 by Carl Maria von Weber, one of only three chamber works he composed in his short life.
But for opera lovers, the city is a must-see for its seminal position in the history of German opera through its connection with Carl Maria von Weber and the two great Richards, Wagner and Strauss.
Jose Antonio Abreu, the economist and composer who in the early 1970s founded the National System of Children and Youth Orchestras of Venezuela (El Sistema), was given Honorary Membership of the Royal Philharmonic Society - only the 123rd recipient of the honour since it was first bestowed on the composer Carl Maria von Weber in 1826.
AMMAN (Star) On June 7 Jordanian opera aficionados will be able to attend a Jordanian production of Carl Maria von Weber's Abou Hassan opera.
premiere of Jorma Elo's In My Dream Team, set to triumphant music by Carl Maria von Weber. And Kenneth Kvarnstrom's hilarious all-male Carmen!?
The six thousand graves in the cemetery of the Garnisonkirche, originally established for heroes of the War of Liberation against Napoleon, were largely demolished in 1950 by the East Germans, who did not admire Prussian officers; but a fraction of the cemetery still exists as the resting place for such patriots as the romantic novelist Friedrich de la Motte Fouque (1777-1843) and the dashing Adolph Freiherr von Lutzow, whose exploits with his "wild crew" (wilde Jagd) were celebrated in one of the most popular songs of the period (with words by Theodor Korner and music by Carl Maria von Weber).