Music and Visual Imagination 11/11/1998 at 08:00 PM – Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center Concert Notes Music and Visual Imagination – Leon Botstein Miske (“In the Forest”) (1901) – Leon Botstein Second Rhapsody (1931) – Carol J. Oja, College of William and Mary “Mathis der Maler” Symphony (1934) – Bernard Jacobson Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene…

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Miske (“In the Forest”) (1901) By Leon Botstein Written for the concert Music and Visual Imagination, performed on Nov 11, 1998 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. M.K. Ciurlionis (1875-1911) is with little doubt the leading artistic personality of turn-of-the-century Lithuania. In modern history Lithuania has witnessed the subordination of its national culture (particularly…

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Second Rhapsody (1931) By. Carol J. Oja, College of William and Mary Written for the concert Music and Visual Imagination, performed on Nov 11, 1998 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. “Play me a Cézanne,” an art collector once requested of George Gershwin. The composer reportedly sat at the piano and did just that.…

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 “Mathis der Maler” Symphony (1934) By Bernard Jacobson Written for the concert Music and Visual Imagination, performed on Nov 11, 1998 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. It may seem curious that a composer as closely allied as Hindemith to the central tradition of German music should not have produced a substantial series of…

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Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene (1930) By Joseph H. Auner, State University of new York at Stonybrook Written for the concert Music and Visual Imagination, performed on Nov 11, 1998 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. Film music for a nonexistent film. Schoenberg’s Accompaniment to a Film Scene, Op. 34, was conceived independently of any…

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Promethee, le poeme du feu (1910) By Royal S. Brown, Fanfare Written for the concert Music and Visual Imagination, performed on Nov 11, 1998 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. The bulk of the work by Alexander Scriabin, who was born in Moscow on January 6, 1872, and died there on April 27, 1915,…

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