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Married to the Music


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A series charting the lives and influence of less well-known wives of composers.
Helene Nahowski. "I with you, you with me. Hand in hand, soul to soul. "Alban Berg and Helene Nahowski had 25 happy years together before he suddenly died at the age of 50. Did she feel responsible for his death, how did she react to the discoverythat he had had an illegitimate child and why did she ban the completion of his opera Lu/u?Experts Patricia Hall , Douglas Jarman and Anthony Pople chart Nahowski's life and reflect on the way in which she influenced the Austrian Composer and his music. Producer Rosie Boulton


Unknown: Helene Nahowski.
Unknown: Alban Berg
Unknown: Helene Nahowski
Unknown: Patricia Hall
Unknown: Douglas Jarman
Unknown: Anthony Pople
Producer: Rosie Boulton

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Married to the Music

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 March 2001 11.30

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