Paul Hindemith

Paul Hindemith in 1923 Paul Hindemith (; 16 November 189528 December 1963) was a German composer, music theorist, teacher, violist and conductor. He founded the Amar Quartet in 1921, touring extensively in Europe. As a composer, he became a major advocate of the ''Neue Sachlichkeit'' (new objectivity) style of music in the 1920s, with compositions such as ''Kammermusik'', including works with viola and viola d'amore as solo instruments in a neo-Bachian spirit. Other notable compositions include his song cycle ''Das Marienleben'' (1923), ''Der Schwanendreher'' for viola and orchestra (1935), the opera ''Mathis der Maler'' (1938), the ''Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber'' (1943), and the oratorio ''When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd'', a requiem based on Walt Whitman's poem (1946). Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1967
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Published 1958
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Published 1943
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by Hindemith, Paul
Published 1922
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Published 1943
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by Hindemith, Paul
Published 1949
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Published 1943
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Published 1943
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by Hindemith, Paul
Published 1945
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by Hindemith, Paul
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