A World Apart 12/05/2001 at 08:00 PM – Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center Concert Notes A World Apart – Leon Botstein “Adagio” from the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra – Diane Weintraub More Gold Than Korn – Frederick L. Kirshnit, Le Concertographe Symphony No. 4, “Dies irae” (1943-45/1972) – Hartmut Krones

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“Adagio” from the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra By Diane Weintraub Written for the concert A World Apart, performed on Dec 5, 2001 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. For Julius Bürger, tonight’s performance, “A World Apart,” is aptly named. Yes, he emigrated to this country during World War II, but he also would…

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More Gold Than Korn By Frederick L. Kirshnit, Le Concertographe Written for the concert A World Apart, performed on Dec 5, 2001 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. When egomaniacal composer Alexander Hollenius (brilliantly portrayed by Claude Rains) tells cellist Paul Henreid in the 1946 film Deception that the key to his new concerto…

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Symphony No. 4, “Dies irae” (1943-45/1972) By Hartmut Krones Written for the concert A World Apart, performed on Dec 5, 2001 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. Early on, the Viennese composer Marcel Rubin (1905-1995) became a citizen of the world both based on his education and his years spent in emigration. Following brief…

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