1926, vol. 10: Fuchs, Sæverud, Turina, Korngold

We’ll begin this episode with a Viennese composer and end it with a Viennese composer. Robert Fuchs was eighty-nine years old in 1926 — the last full calendar year of his life. […] Click here to continue reading a transcript of this podcast.

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Fuchs, Piano Trio op. 115
Sæverud, Symphony no. 3
Turina, Piano Trio no. 1
Turina, Fandanguillo
Korngold, Das Wunder der Heliane
Korngold, Das Wunder der Heliane: “Ich Ging zu Ihm”
Korngold, Das Wunder der Heliane: Interlude
Korngold, Songs op. 18
Korngold, Vier Kleine Karikaturen für Kinder

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One Response to 1926, vol. 10: Fuchs, Sæverud, Turina, Korngold

  1. Brian Linnell Comment by Brian Linnell made on April 12, 2012 at 4:04 am

    See if you can spot the two places in this podcast where I pronounce a composer’s name one way, then only seconds later pronounce it a different way! Ha ha… sometimes I’m so glad the world speaks so many different languages.

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