Jews and Vienna, City of Music 02/08/2004 at 08:00 PM – Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center Concert Notes Jews and Vienna, City of Music – Leon Botstein Ivan the Terrible, musical picture after L.A. Mey, Op. 79 (1869) – Yoel Greenberg Symphonic Interlude from Der Schatzgräber (1918) – Christopher Hailey, Director, Franz Schreker Foundation Psalm…

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Ivan the Terrible, musical picture after L.A. Mey, Op. 79 (1869) By Yoel Greenberg Written for the concert Jews and Vienna, City of Music, performed on Feb 8, 2004 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. Anton Rubinstein was one of the most influential musicians in nineteenth-century Russia. As a piano virtuoso he was considered…

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Symphonic Interlude from Der Schatzgräber (1918) By Christopher Hailey, Director, Franz Schreker Foundation Written for the concert Jews and Vienna, City of Music, performed on Feb 8, 2004 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. In Franz Schreker’s fifth opera, Der Schatzgräber (The Treasure Seeker), Elis, a wandering scholar and minstrel whose magic lute can…

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Psalm 21, v.5 (on music by F.J. Haydn) (1865) By Leon Botstein Written for the concert Jews and Vienna, City of Music, performed on Feb 8, 2004 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. Salomon Sulzer was born in 1804 in Hohenems and died in 1890 in Vienna. He was the chief cantor (Oberkantor) of…

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Lyric Symphony, Op. 18 (1923) By Christopher H. Gibbs, Bard College Written for the concert Jews and Vienna, City of Music, performed on Feb 8, 2004 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. “The one to whom I owe most of my knowledge of the technique and the problems of composing was Alexander von Zemlinsky.…

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