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Hindemith

Paul . 1895--1963, German composer and musical theorist, who opposed the twelve-tone technique. His works include the song cycle Das Marienleben (1923) and the opera Mathis der Maler (1938)
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The period in which these songs were composed (and, with the exception of "Das Ganze, nicht das Einzelne," never published while Hindemith lived) was a difficult one for the composer; he was transitioning from his celebrated Weimar Republic persona while trying desperately to fit in to the new National Socialist reality that was Hitler's regime.
Pinkham studied with Hindemith, another composer on the program; Hindemith was indebted to Bach and the forms popular in Bach's time.
I think Hindemith was continuing Bach's musical trajectory," she explains, "though in his own musical language.
In examining the musical thinking of composers Schoenberg (1874-1951) and Hindemith (1895-1963), Breivik (musicology, Norwegian U.
As mentioned above, we intend to analyze a work of the 20th century, which presents, among other characteristics, tonal ambiguity, understood not as the denial of tonality as a form of organization, but as a way to treat harmonic developments within tonality, or, as noted by Morgan (1991) with regard to this stage of Hindemith, it is an approach to flexible tonality that is not at all traditional.
Kathryn Stott partners cellist Christian Poltera in a sonata, and a sonatina by Hindemith, and he is joined by Christian Tetzlaff for a Sonatina for violin and cello.
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.
Katz also reveals a brief period in music history when composers such as John Cage, Paul Hindemith, and Ernst Toch used the phonograph to enable live compositions.
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.