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This Week's Composer

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Franz Schmidt (1874-1939) More honest than
Strauss, more inspired than Reger, more perfect in his forms than Bruckner.
(PFITZNER on Schmidt's
Fourth Symphony)
Carnival Music and Intermezzo (Notre Dame) PHILIIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Slow movement (Piano Quintet in c)
EDUARD MRAZEK (piano) VIENNA PHILHARMONIC
STRING QUARTET: record Scherzo (String Quartet No 1, in A)
FRANZ SCHUBERT QUARTET Toccata In c ERNST TRIEBEL
(organ of Graz Cathedral) tiramophone record Intermezzo (original slow movement of Piano Quintet in A)
CLIFFORD BENSON (piano) The Book; The Lamb (from The Book with Seven Seals)
JULIUS PATZAK (tenor) GRAZ CATHEDRAL CHOIR MUNICH PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTON LIPPE gramophone records Producer LEO BLACK
I The Book with Seven Seals, Thurs 1.45 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Schmidt
Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan
Piano: Eduard Mrazek
Unknown: Franz Schubert
Unknown: Ernst Triebel
Piano: Clifford Benson
Tenor: Julius Patzak
Conducted By: Anton Lippe

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This Week's Composer

BBC Radio 3, 5 September 1983 9.05






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