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Schnittke

Alfred. 1934--98, Russian composer: his works include four symphonies, four violin concertos, choral, chamber, and film music
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The compendium includes eminent composers from the United States, such as John Adams, David del Tredici, and Ned Rorem, along with well known names from other countries, such as Iannis Xenakis, Luigi Dallapic cola, and Alfred Schnittke.
Se interpretaran obras de Stephen Hartke, Wolfgang Rihm, Karim Al-Zand, Alfred Schnittke and Franz Schubert.
While music selections from Kayhan Kalhor, Edgar Meyer; Alfred Schnittke and Olivier Messaen elevate pic, an original song by Gene Scheer (sung by Norah Jones) is pure hooey.
Hans Joachim Kreutzer's Faust: Mythos und Musikis, by contrast, a relatively slender compilation of eight distinct chapters that proceed from the Faust Book of 1587 to musical compositions by Louis Spohr, Robert Schumann, and Hector Berlioz, via Charles Gounod and Arrigo Boito, right down to Alfred Schnittke.
The program, titled ``Shostakovich and After,'' featured chamber music by Shostakovich, Valentin Silvestrov and Alfred Schnittke, but Shostakovich's scores dominated the bill.
The one poem whose subject is identified, "In memoriam Alfred Schnittke," would be as difficult to decode without the title.
He takes his survey up to the two greatest twentieth-century Russian composers, Stravinsky and Shostakhovich, and concludes with the three outstanding post-Soviet composers: Alfred Schnittke, Sophia Gubaidullina and Edison Denisov.
For instance, there is the work of Alfred Schnittke, easily one of the most imposing and productive of contemporary Russian composers, who passed away on August 3 of this year.
Al abordar la figura de Alfred Schnittke y su materia sonora volatil, tienden a agolparse los calificativos, peligrosamente hacia la acumulacion: crispado, espasmodico, autocontradictorio (fortuna extrema), lobrego, sardonico.
Appropriately, the final essay in the book looks towards the future, and the relationship between Shostakovich and his junior contemporary Alfred Schnittke.
Later composers to join the catalog have been Alfred Schnittke, Sofia Gubaidulina, Galina Ustvolskaya, Peter Ruzicka, Jan ME-ller-Wieland, Lera Auerbach, Benjamin Yusupov and Xiaoyong Chen, representing an important part of European music history.
For their first concert in Cyprus the trio will perform works by Joseph Haydn, Alfred Schnittke and Johannes Brahms.