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Weill

Kurt . 1900--50, German composer, in the US from 1935. He wrote the music for Brecht's The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (1927) and The Threepenny Opera (1928)
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Kowalke, Kurt Weill in Europe (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1979), 479; emphasis in original.
Weill was not one of the giants among 20th century composers.
Weill, whose life exactly spanned the first half of the 20th century, started his career in Berlin.
Weill. "Survivors often also feel guilty that something they did caused them to develop cancer in the first place." Anxiety that their cancer may return also looms large.
Carlo Rizzi conducted the superb WNO Orchestra with a sympathetic response to these two polarised scores, well-paced and sonorous for Bartok, energisingly balletic for Weill.
(9.) Weill FX, Guesnier F, Guibert V, Timinouni M, Demartin M, Polomack L, et al.
Weill's laser-accurate take-offs of power brokers, war mongers and complacent leaders ripe for overthrowing is where it all boiled over and Der Kuhhandel was premiered in London, as A Kingdom for a Cow, in 1935.
Coker's Walking Not Driving, commissioned as a prelude to the Weill and Bernstein, works despite its musically difficult brief.
Wall Street Journal reporter Monica Langley recounts the life of Citigroup President Sanford Weill in a masterful biography that is both an epic of grand personal ambition and a chronicle of the changes that shaped the Wall Street of today.
Weill described a 42-year-old man who licked a thumb laceration and later developed necrotizing fasciitis.