The Mermaid: 1. Sehr massig bewegt. New Japan Philharmonic, Toshiyuki Kamioka, Alexander von Zemlinsky. The Mermaid: 2. Sehr bewegt, rauschend. 5 Gesänge, Op. 7: No. 3, Meeraugen. Claudia Moulin, Grégory Moulin, Alexander von Zemlinsky. Clarinet Trio, Op. 3: I. Allegro ma non troppo. Alexander von Zemlinsky, Trio Séléné. Humoreske (Rondo), for wind quintet. Alexander von Zemlinsky, Carion Wind Quintet.
Alexander Zemlinsky or Alexander von Zemlinsky (14 October 1871 – 15 March 1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor, and teacher. Hoffman, Stanley . Extended Tonality and Voice Leading in "Twelve Songs," Op. 27 by Alexander Zemlinsky, doctoral dissertation, Brandeis University, 1993. Moskovitz, Marc (2010). Alexander Zemlinsky: A Lyric Symphony. Boydell & Brewer. Ulrich Wilker: "Das Schönste ist scheußlich".
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Zemlinsky: String Quartets, Vol. 1. Alexander von Zemlinsky. 1 more album featuring this track. Alexander Zemlinsky or Alexander von Zemlinsky, (14 October 1871 – 15 March 1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor, and teacher.
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In his early twenties his chamber work was performed at the Wiener Tonknstlerverein. After the premire of his String Quintet in 1896, Brahms criticised Zemlinsky for his harmonic recklessness and tonal inconsistency. Zemlinsky took Brahms's criticisms to heart in composing the Clarinet Trio; Brahms approved of the work and recommended that Simrock publish it. That same year Zemlinsky became friends with a young cellist in the orchestra that he conducted Arnold Schoenberg. Schoenberg dedicated his Op 1 lieder to him and wrote his first string quartet under his guidance.
Alexander von Zemlinsky. Trio Op. 3. – Allegro Ma Non Troppo. Cello – Matthias Gredler. Composed By – Alexander von Zemlinsky (tracks: 1 to 3), Arnold Schönberg (tracks: 5), Gustav Mahler (tracks: 4). Engineer – Werner Dabringhaus. Ensemble – Vienna Piano Trio. Liner Notes – Susan Marie Praeder. Liner Notes – Sylvie Gomez. Painting – Gustav Klimt (2).
11 and Brahms’s Trio op. 114 (not forgetting Schumann’s Märchenerzählungen op. 132 and Max Bruch’s Acht Stücke op. 83 for the same scoring). Schoenberg once wrote of Zemlinsky, that when he first met him he was a Schnellschreiber (speed-writer), and recalled that while waiting for the ink to dry on a page of manuscript he would practise for his next concert. Evidently he found even less time for the delicate business of correcting his fair copies and checking printers’ proofs. Antony Beaumont, Alexander Zemlinsky