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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I was not familiar with pastorales by Gounod, Chaminade, Dohnanyi, Hindemith, Fanny Mendelssohn and Bridge, and was delighted to find them in this collection.
Hindemith Lieder 1933-1939, fur hohe Singstimme und Klavier/for High Voice and Piano.
Welcher, eschewing the common pastoral style of much of the existing French music for woodwinds, wanted to write a piece with a style more reminiscent of the formalism of Hindemith and Etler, but with the lush qualities of Fine and Barber.
From the pen of Paul Hindemith comes the brash electricity of his 1948 "Septet" for Woodwind Quintet, Trumpet and Bass Clarinet.
He became highly regarded for his performances and recordings of horn concertos by Mozart and Strauss, as well as works by contemporary composers, many of which were written for him by the likes of Benjamin Britten, Paul Hindemith, Gordon Jacob, Malcolm Arnold, and Elisabeth Lutyens.
Bach, Ralph Vaughn Williams, Paul Hindemith and the American Daniel Pinkham were also included.
As she proceeds from Bach to Gubaidulina, on to Hindemith, and then back to Bach, the music flows like a conversation in which Bach is both subject and participant.
It seems Nazi censors didn't approve of Richter's original soundtrack, composed by his countryman Paul Hindemith, and destroyed it.
Although a composer of the modern era, Hindemith wrote music more connected to the Romantic tradition than the experimental, dissonant music we think of from many composers of his generation.
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'.
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.
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.