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Playlist of Hanns Jelinek

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Four 12-tone Two-part Inventions

    4:32

    1: (0:07) Moderato (schwebend)
    2: (1:09) Allegro
    3: (2:18) Andante
    4: (3:29) Allegretto

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Photo made by the performer of the seashore, Gulf Coast of Mexico, Florida USA

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluently, from Opus 15, No. 2

    51

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 1 Op. 15,1

    1:05

    Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 1 Op. 15,1
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  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No. 3, from Opus 15, No. 1

    1:12

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek:

    1:14

    from (and apologies to) Hanns Jelinek Op.15

  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluently

    43

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 3 Op. 15,1

    1:11

    Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 3 Op. 15,1
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  • Hanns Jelinek: Singing

    1:20

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Detail photograph by the performer from the Saint Louis Basilica, Missouri USA

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluttering

    43

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    From Six Short Character Pieces, Opus 15

    Twelve-tone composition

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Unterwegs, Kantate von Hanns Jelinek. 1. Satz - Moderato

    2:44

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    1. Satz - Moderato (2'40'')

    Nützlich ist der lange Regen,
    aber wer kein gutes Dach besitzt,
    wird ihn bald verfluchen.

    Nützlich ist der winterlange Schnee,
    gibt den Feldern eine warme Decke,
    doch dem Bettler wärmt er nicht die Füße.

    Nützlich ist der frische Wind,
    gibt der Landschaft heitere Bewegung,
    doch nicht jedem trocknet er die Tränen.

    Gottes Hand ist immer weit geöffnet.
    Doch auf viele fällt von dieser Hand
    nur der Schatten…

  • Hanns Jelinek: Singing

    1:19

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Sunset over the Mississippi River, Quincy, Illinois

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Hanns Jelinek ; Two Blue Os

    3:43

    N響室内楽

    Hanns Jelinek(1901/12/5 - 1969/1/27)
    Two Blue O's 1st mov.

    Celesta : Michiyoshi Inoue 井上道義
    Harpsichord : Reiko Honsho 本荘玲子
    Harp : Matsue Yamahata 山畑松枝
    Perc. : Tomoyuki Okada 岡田知之
    Perc. : Mitsuaki Imamura 今村三明
    Contrabass : unknown不明 ご存じの方がいらしたら教えて下さい。

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  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: IV. Vivo

    9:35

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: IV. Vivo · Végh Quartet · Hanns Jelinek

    Beethoven, Jelinek & Berg: Végh and his Quartet

    ℗ 2018 BMC Records

    Released on: 2018-05-09

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  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: IV. Vivo

    7:05

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: IV. Vivo · Végh Quartet

    Darmstadt Aural Documents, Box 3: Ensembles

    ℗ 2017 NEOS Music

    Released on: 2017-03-17

    Ensemble: Végh Quartet
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Hanns Jellinek: Singing, from Opus 15, No. 2

    1:22

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Dodecaphonic Canon

    54

    My 20th century analysis class had a project to write a piece of music in 12-tone serialism for each of our major instruements. I chose to write a short Canon for piano. I videoed myself playing it because we had to have a recording of the work, and since it's videoed, I put it up on here. This is a rather old video. I wish to leave it up. Some have found enjoyment in the work; others have not. Welcome to art.

  • Prima Wetter-Maskenball

    3:39

    Erich Kästner genial interpretiert

  • Kiana Shafiei performs Behzad Ranjbaran, Aminoullah Hossein & Alireza Mashayekhi

    4:01


    Excerpts from the piano recital at The Forge Music & Arts Venue - London, UK
    More information:

    Nocturne - Night in a Persian Garden
    Behzad Ranjbaran is known for music which is both evocative and colorful, and also strong in structural integrity and form. He frequently draws inspiration from his cultural roots and Persian heritage in form or subject matter, as exemplified by the tone poems of the “Persian Trilogy”, or the interpretation of sounds and styles in works such as the Violin Concerto and Songs of Eternity.

    Ranjbaran’s music has been performed all over the world, including South Korea, where Awakening (commissioned by Sejong Soloists) premiered at the Great Mountains Music Festival as a celebration of peace. His music has been performed by soloists such as Joshua Bell, Renée Fleming, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, and Yo-Yo Ma, and conductors including Charles Dutoit, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Marin Alsop, Robert Spano, Gerard Schwarz, JoAnn Falletta, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, David Robertson, and many more. He has also served as composer in residence for the Philadelphia Orchestra’s summer season at Saratoga, the Fort Worth Symphony, and the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music.
    Some of his more notable compositions include works for soloist and orchestra. His Flute Concerto was commissioned and premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra, with Jeffrey Khaner, flute, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor. Songs of Eternity, using text from the Ruba’iyat of Omar Khayyam, was written for soprano Renée Fleming, and premiered with the Seattle Symphony under the direction of Gerard Schwarz. Joshua Bell was the soloist in the premiere performances of his Violin Concerto with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, also conducted by Schwarz. Mr. Bell went on to give the North American premiere with the Indianapolis Symphony under Mario Venzago, and gave subsequent performances with Peter Oundjian and the Toronto Symphony. Jean-Yves Thibaudet premiered the Piano Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony, conducted by Robert Spano; Thibaudet and Spano have since also performed it with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

    Born on July 1, 1955 in Tehran, Iran, Mr. Ranjbaran is the recipient of the Rudolf Nissim Award for his Violin Concerto. His musical education started early when he entered the Tehran Music Conservatory at the age of nine. He came to the United States in 1974 to attend Indiana University and received his doctorate in composition from The Juilliard School, where he currently serves on the faculty.

    Persian Legend (excerpt)
    French composer of Persian origins (b. 1905 in Samarkand; d. 1983 in Paris). His father was a rich merchant, and his mother initiated him in-to music. He was studying in Moscow when the 1917 Revolution occurred. He then left for Germany and continued his studies there, where his father wanted him to do medicine. Simultaneously, however, he studied music at the Stuttgart Conservatory, and later in Tübingen and Berlin, where he studied piano with Arthur Schnabel and composition with W. Klatt. He settled in France in 1927 and entered the Paris Conservatory, where he studied composition and orchestration with Paul Vidal.

    Short Stories - Movements 2 and 4 (excerpts)
    Alireza Mashayekhi was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1940. He is one of the first Iranian composers who has pioneered modern music in Iran. Mashayekhi's works have been performed in Iran and abroad for more than 35 years. His first teachers in Iran were the deceased Dr. Lotfollah Mofakham Payan (Iranian music), the late Hossein Nasehi (Composition) and Ophelia Kombajian (Piano). Hanns Jelinek and Karl Schiske were his composition teachers in Vienna. His acquaintance with Hanns Jelinek encouraged him to explore a wide spectrum of 20th century music. This and his fondness of Iranian culture were the cornerstones of his artistic development. After completing his studies at the Akademie für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna, he went to Utrecht, the Netherlands, to pursue his study of electronic and computer music, which included attending lectures by Gottfried Michael König.

  • Anez - Sonata de camera - Trailer

    2:31

    This project is a classic and electronic music meet. Harpsichord, Flute, electric bass, samplers, vocal.
    The songs coming soon!

  • Hanns Jelinek ; Two Blue Os

    4:15

    N響室内楽

    Hanns Jelinek(1901/12/5 - 1969/1/27)
    Two Blue O's 2nd mov.

    Celesta : Michiyoshi Inoue 井上道義
    Harpsichord : Reiko Honsho 本荘玲子
    Harp : Matsue Yamahata 山畑松枝
    Perc. : Tomoyuki Okada 岡田知之
    Perc. : Mitsuaki Imamura 今村三明
    Contrabass : unknown不明 ご存じの方がいらしたら教えて下さい。

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  • Unterwegs - Kantate von Hanns Jelinek - 4. Satz - Vivace

    2:39

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    4. Satz - Vivace (2'35'')

    Vivace

    Vorbei
    die Nacht.
    Mein Bett war nicht mein Schlaf.
    Gezählte Stunden,
    jede eine Nacht.

    Mit Schmerzen hab ich die Sonne geboren.

    Erschöpft und glücklich
    schließen sich die Augen.

  • Unterwegs - Kantate von Hanns Jelinek - 3. Satz

    2:03

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    3. Satz - Allegretto (2'22'')

    Allegretto

    Das Blütenbäumchen bedeckt frischer Schnee,
    der fiel in der Mainacht, von niemand geweissagt,
    und war eine Wolke, die nichts von sich wußte
    und wird wieder Wolke, die nichts von sich weiß
    und muß nicht bekennen:
    ich habe getötet!
    beim Jüngsten Gericht
    zu Füßen des Herrn.

    Ich war nicht der Schnee,
    ich bin keine Wolke,
    ich werde nur Staub sein,
    doch Gott
    wird mich rufen.

    Warum muß der Staub sich an alles erinnern?
    Warum nicht die Wolke?
    Warum nicht der Schnee?

  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: III. Andante con variazioni

    12:21

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: III. Andante con variazioni · Végh Quartet

    Darmstadt Aural Documents, Box 3: Ensembles

    ℗ 2017 NEOS Music

    Released on: 2017-03-17

    Ensemble: Végh Quartet
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • 10 Zahme Xenien, Op. 32

    8:05

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    10 Zahme Xenien, Op. 32 · Dietmar Keitz

    Lyrische Aspekte unseres Jahrhunderts

    ℗ 2011 Vienna Modern Masters

    Released on: 2011-11-01

    Artist: Dietmar Keitz
    Artist: Martin Gelland
    Artist: Lennart Wallin
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Poi - 12 tone music part 4 Wim / Gadda

    10:43

    A Roel Verhallen Film
    Poi dodecaphonic play under the railroad for a one man audience
    對於一個人的觀眾,鐵路下POI Dodecaphonic
    ปอย Dodecaphonic เล่นภายใต้ทางรถไฟสำหรับผู้ชมคนหนึ่ง
    Poi dodecafónico juega bajo el ferrocarril para un público un hombre

  • Hans Jörgel-Polka, Op. 194

    3:01

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    Hans Jörgel-Polka, Op. 194 · Wiener Biedermeier Solisten

    Wiener Gemüths-Walzer

    ℗ Manufactured by Camerata Tokyo Inc.

    Released on: 1997-12-20

    Composer: Josef Lanner

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  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: I. Allegro

    6:14

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: I. Allegro · Végh Quartet · Hanns Jelinek

    Beethoven, Jelinek & Berg: Végh and his Quartet

    ℗ 2018 BMC Records

    Released on: 2018-05-09

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  • Dont Go Away

    2:45

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    Don't Go Away · The Creeps

    Now Dig This!

    ℗ 1988 Warner Music Sweden AB

    Producer: Anders Johansson
    Producer: Hans Ingemansson
    Producer: Patrick Olsson
    Producer: Robert Jelinek
    Writer: Robert Jelinek

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  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: III. Andante con variazioni

    6:22

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: III. Andante con variazioni · Végh Quartet · Hanns Jelinek

    Beethoven, Jelinek & Berg: Végh and his Quartet

    ℗ 2018 BMC Records

    Released on: 2018-05-09

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: I. Allegro

    12:43

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: I. Allegro · Végh Quartet

    Darmstadt Aural Documents, Box 3: Ensembles

    ℗ 2017 NEOS Music

    Released on: 2017-03-17

    Ensemble: Végh Quartet
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Ladislav Jelinek plays Frederic Chopin Nocturno F sharp major, op.15 No.2

    3:33

    Frederic Chopin: Nocturno F sharp major, op.15 No.2
    Piano: Ladislav Jelinek
    Live performance from Germany

  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso

    4:48

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso · Végh Quartet

    Darmstadt Aural Documents, Box 3: Ensembles

    ℗ 2017 NEOS Music

    Released on: 2017-03-17

    Ensemble: Végh Quartet
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Józef Koffler - 15 Variations daprès une suite

    9:22

    Józef Koffler - 15 Variations d'après une suite de douze tons Hr. Arnold Schönberg zugeeignet, op.9

  • Denis ApIvor, Op 29 Variations

    13:30

    Variations Op 29 by the British serial composer Denis ApIvor. Performed by Simon James, recorded and mastered by Mark Rogers. Originally written in 1958.

  • Unterwegs - 2. Satz - Andante

    2:33

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    2. Satz - Andante (2'32'')

    Ich bin unterwegs
    mit verlaufenen Hunden, abgerissenen Kalenderblättern und einer wichtigen Botschaft,
    die ich vergessen habe.

    Ich bin unterwegs
    mit ausgegebenem Geld, verzehrtem Proviant
    und ausgetrunkenem Wein.

    Ich bin unterwegs
    zu den Resten von Fischen und Brot,
    die bei der Bergpredigt nach Sättigung der Fünftausend
    gesammelt und aufbewahrt wurden.

    Ich bin unterwegs
    mit allen, die ich verlassen habe.
    Mit allen, die mich verlassen haben,
    bin ich unterwegs.

    Ich trage mit mir die Schlüssel zertrümmerter Türen,
    die Weihnachtswünsche erdrosselter Kinder
    und die Geheimnisse verbrannter Beichtstühle.

    Ich bin unterwegs
    mit den Versprechungen der acht Winde
    und mit der erloschenen Ampel des ewigen Lichts.

  • Anne Marie Ørbeck, Symphony in D major 1944

    38:24

    Anne-Marie Ørbeck, Symphony in D major (1944)

    1. Intrada : Andante -- Allegro vivace (16.26)
    2- Larghetto tranquillo (10.14)
    3- Finale : Allegro giocoso (11.30)

    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Per Dreier, conductor

    Anne-Marie Ørbeck (1 April 1911 – 5 June 1996) was a Norwegian pianist and composer.
    Anne-Marie Ørbeck was born in Oslo in 1911 to Anton Ørbeck (1866–1927) and Inga Louise Larsen (1874–1948). Her brother Gunnar Ørbeck was a violinist. She studied piano in Oslo and in Berlin with Sandra Drouker. She continued her studies in music and composition under teachers including Gustav Fredrik Lange, Mark Lothar, Paul Höffer and Darius Milhaud. She made her debut as a pianist in Oslo in 1933 with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.

    In 1939 Ørbeck married engineer Helge Smitt (1906–1985). Her career as a musician and composer was interrupted by World War II, but her song cycle Vonir i blømetid (Hope at Blossom-Time) won a prize in 1942 from the Norwegian Society of Composers. In the 1950s, she studied composition again with Nadia Boulanger in Paris, and later with Hanns Jelinek in Vienna. Her Symphony in D Major was premiered in Bergen in 1954, making her the first female Norwegian symphonic composer. She died in Bergen in 1996.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Alireza Mashayekhi - 5th Symphony - 3rd movement

    10:00

    Alireza Mashayekhi is regarded as a pioneer Iranian avant-garde composer whose ideas and works, which have been performed in Iran and abroad for more than 35 years, have greatly influenced the contemporary music in Iran. He was born in 1940 in Tehran and began learning Persian music under Lotfollah Mofakham-Payan, studied composition with Hossein Nasehi and the piano under Ophelia Kombajian. He continued his studies in composition in Vienna under Hanns Jelinek and Karl Schiske. His acquaintance with Hanns Jelinek encouraged him to explore a wide spectrum of 20th century music. Such explorations accompanied by his deep interest in Iranian culture were the cornerstones of his artistic and stylistic development. Having completed his studies at the Akademie für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna, he went to Utrecht, the Netherlands, to pursue his further study in electronic and computer music, which also included attending lectures by Gottfried Michael König. He has been teaching composition at the Music Department of the University of Tehran, Faculty of Fine Arts, since 1970.

  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso

    4:11

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso · Végh Quartet · Hanns Jelinek

    Beethoven, Jelinek & Berg: Végh and his Quartet

    ℗ 2018 BMC Records

    Released on: 2018-05-09

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Justin Jelinek

    5:47

    Sonata in D Minor op.31 #2 (3rd movt) The Tempest by Beethoven .Level 9, 2013

  • Fluently - This Was Our Farewell HD

    5:11

    Fluently

    This Was Our Farewell

  • Hans Werner Henze: Variations, Opus 13

    10:33

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    This is an atonal serial composition. The tone row is:

    F# - C# - D - G# - B - D# - E - F- C - A - Bb - G

    While Henze entitles it, Variations, he does not designate anywhere a Theme, customary with Variation works. I assume that the theme, in a sense, is the tone tow itself. The piece, consisting of 9 variations on the row, ends on two massive chords in the right and left hand, spelling an Eb Minor triad. This is interesting, although the occurrence of a major or minor triad does not necessarily suggest tonality in the serial world.

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois USA.

  • Michael Hughes: The Best Parks In Birmingham, Three Miniatures For Guitar Duo

    8:20

    Finalist in Duo Category at Timo Korhonen Composition Competition. Maestro Andrzej Wilkus performs the composition in three movements with his students Antti Rantaniemi, Jaakko Vehkaoja and Ilmari Hero. The wonderful young musicians come from Espoo Music Institute:

  • Justin Jelinek

    6:37

    Suzuki Graduation 11/10/2013
    Beethoven Sonata D Minor Op 31-2, 'Tempest'.

  • Wann i amol in Himmel kumm´

    2:42

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    Wann i amol in Himmel kumm´ · Hans Moser

    Die frühen Aufnahmen

    ℗ 2013 Geco Tonwaren

    Composer: Franz Ferry Wunsch
    Composer: Hans Elin

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  • Charakterstuck

    36

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    Charakterstuck · Matthias Veit

    Micromania - 85 Piano Miniatures

    ℗ 2013 TYXArt

    Released on: 2013-02-26

    Artist: Matthias Veit
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Piano Sonata No. 2, II. Adagio

    7:55

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    Piano Sonata No. 2, II. Adagio · Jaemi Kim

    Norman Dello Joio: Three Piano Sonatas, Fantasies, Suite, and Two Nocturnes

    ℗ Elan Recordings

    Released on: 2010-06-12

    Artist: Jaemi Kim

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  • Hans Erich Apostel: Fantasie op. 31b

    4:17

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    Hans Erich Apostel: Fantasie op. 31b · Sontraud Speidel

    Klaviermusik Karlsruher Komponisten

    ℗ 1996 Bella Musica

    Released on: 1996-05-17

    C O M P O S E R: Hans Erich Apostel
    M U S I C_ P U B L I S H E R: n/a

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  • Ann- Marie Ørbeck, Symphony

    38:31

    Anne-Marie Ørbeck, Symphony (1945)

    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Peer Dreijer, conductor

    Anne-Marie Ørbeck (1 April 1911 – 5 June 1996) was a Norwegian pianist and composer.
    Anne-Marie Ørbeck was born in Oslo in 1911 to Anton Ørbeck (1866–1927) and Inga Louise Larsen (1874–1948). Her brother Gunnar Ørbeck was a violinist. She studied piano in Oslo and in Berlin with Sandra Drouker. She continued her studies in music and composition under teachers including Gustav Fredrik Lange, Mark Lothar, Paul Höffer and Darius Milhaud. She made her debut as a pianist in Oslo in 1933 with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra.

    In 1939 Ørbeck married engineer Helge Smitt (1906–1985). Her career as a musician and composer was interrupted by World War II, but her song cycle Vonir i blømetid (Hope at Blossom-Time) won a prize in 1942 from the Norwegian Society of Composers. In the 1950s, she studied composition again with Nadia Boulanger in Paris, and later with Hanns Jelinek in Vienna. Her Symphony in D Major was premiered in Bergen in 1954, making her the first female Norwegian symphonic composer. She died in Bergen in 1996.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo

    4:25

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    Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo (Allegro) · Philharmonia Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis

    ICON Sir Colin Davis

    ℗ 1960 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering (p) 1990 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Colin Davis
    Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra
    Recording Producer: Walter Jellinek
    Recording Producer: Walter Legge
    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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  • Das Marchen Unserer Liebe

    3:02

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    Das Marchen Unserer Liebe (San Marco Glocken) · Rudi Schuricke

    Seine Grossen Erfolge - Rudi Schuricke

    ℗ 1956 Universal Music Domestic Division, a division of Universal Music GmbH

    Released on: 1987-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Kurt Feltz
    Composer Lyricist: Hanns Jelinek
    Composer Lyricist: Hans Pflanzer
    Composer Lyricist: Michael Harden

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