The Pfitzner story, 1802-1975

the record and family tree of three brothers, Johann Christian Pfitzner, 1802-?, Friedrich Wilhelm Pfitzner, 1814-1898, Johann Carl Pfitzner, 1819-1891, their wives and children, who migrated from Lower Silesia in the east of Central Europe to South Australia in the years 1854-1867
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Statement[Carl J. Pfitzner, editor].
ContributionsPfitzner, Carl J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS2009 .P46 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination216 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3037857M
ISBN 100959851003
LC Control Number82127954
OCLC/WorldCa13559694

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Author Victor Pfitzner’s careful exegetical study was written with this phenomenon in view. This classic book on the subject has been reprinted to assist the churches around the world in dealing with this challenge and in formulating a confessional Lutheran response.

Introduction by John T. Pless. In short, this book exemplifies an ideal and will, I hope, spur performers to investigate Pfitzner's extensive and fascinating life's work. As a coda one must ask whether, in these times of severe budget crises, anyone should have to pay $79 for a study such as Williamson's and almost $ for the Pfitzner.

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While Hitler was in jail after the failed Munich coup attempt, Pfitzner sent a book with the inscription 'To Adolf Hitler, the great German – Hans Pfitzner on the first of April '. Pfitzner was unable, however, to find unqualified favour with the Nazi elite. In Goebbels wrote in his diary that Hitler was 'strongly opposed to Pfitzner.

Hans Pfitzner was one of the composers who carried the German Romantic tradition well into the 20th century. Unlike those of his contemporaries Mahler and Richard Strauss, his reputation never seemed to extend beyond the borders of his there is much that is individualistic and much to admire from his body of work -- particularly in his best-known work, the opera Palestrina.

Lincoln Center Festival '97 runs through Sunday at locations at or near Lincoln Center. Tickets, from $20 to $, can be bought at the festival box office at Avery Fisher Hall or through. Hans Erich Pfitzner (5 1802-1975 book – 22 May ) was a German composer and self-described anti-modernist.

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His best known work is the post-Romantic opera Palestrina (), loosely based on the life of the sixteenth-century composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Life.

Pfitzner was born in Moscow where his father played cello in a theater. Williamson gives us new insights into the inner life, the music the basic sources are now at hand for us to develop new insights into Pfitzner and his significance for his time and ours.

* David E. Anderson, University of Chicago, Notes, December * As the first full-length published study of Pfitzner in English, this book is to be.

All performances of Pfitzner's music were banned by the 's. Far from being a propagandist for the Nazis during World War II, Pfitzner spent those years in. Then there were the four miniature books published by Waldmann & Pfitzner, kept inside plastic magnifying cases, that held the title between and.

The songs of Hans Pfitzner () should be substantially better known than they are. No-one would allege that they match Richard Strauss's or Hugo Wolf's best word-setting - in any event Pfitzner, like Strauss and Mahler, attained more distinctive results with voice and orchestra than in Lieder - but they have great beauties of their own.3/5(1).

Pfitzner, Hans: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. IHP 15 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 5 songs: Ich und Du (E ♭ minor, ends in E ♭ major - middle voice) Ich aber weiss (E minor - middle voice) Studentenfahrt (B ♭ minor, ends in B ♭ major - high voice) Venus mater (B minor - high voice).

Hans Pfitzner wurde als Sohn des am Leipziger Konservatorium ausgebildeten Orchester-Violinisten und Musikdirektors Robert Pfitzner (–) und seiner Ehefrau Wilhelmine Pfitzner, geb.

Reimer (–), geboren. Seine Eltern siedelten mit ihm nach Frankfurt am Main um. Pfitzner erhielt von seinem Vater ersten Musikunterricht. The Pfitzner family name was found in the USA between and The most Pfitzner families were found in the USA in In there were 11 Pfitzner families living in New York.

This was about 38% of all the recorded Pfitzner's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Pfitzner.

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Hans Pfitzner, German composer who upheld traditional ideals during the post-Wagnerian era. Pfitzner was a pupil at Frankfurt of Iwan Knorr. Between and he held posts as teacher and conductor in several German towns, including Strassburg, where he was director of the conservatory and of.

Alexander (Sandor) L. Pfitzner (August 5, – July 7, ) was a Hungarian engineer, inventor and aviation pioneer. After studying at the Hungarian University of Technology and serving in the Hungarian Army as an artillery officer, he emigrated to the United States, where he pursued a career as a designer of automobile and aircraft engines.

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Pfitzner composed his very first art songs as a teenager, including the two 'Ständchen' settings (tracks 1 & 3), when he was around Perhaps understandably, Pfitzner uses clichés like a bit of strumming in the piano writing for one of the 'Ständchen' settings, 4/5(1).

The New Yorker, J P. A CRITIC AT LARGE about Hans Pfitzner, the composer of "Palestrina," who embraced Nazism. On Ap"zero hour," in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, while.

Johann August (Charlie) Carl Pfitzner was born on month dayat birth place, to Johann Carl Pfitzner and Johanna Dorothea Eleonore Pfitzner (born Gleisenberg). Johann was born on December 2in Leschwitz, Görlitz, Liegnitz, Silesia, Prussia, Germany.

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The Classical Net web site offers a comprehensive collection of information and news on classical music subjects including articles and CD reviews, composers and their music, the basic repertoire, recommended recordings and a CD buying guide.

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Music activity and lesson ideas to use with the book, "The Cow Loves Cookies" by Karma Wilson. Great for application of quarter note and eighth notes. Includes notation and words of everything the animals eat in the book and activity ideas with. The first study of Pfitzner's output in English, this book sets his music in the context of his cultural opinions, which though conceived as reflections on music, have acquired a more political status to which the history of Pfitzner's times has contributed.

Hans Pfitzner's `musical legend' Palestrina is considered in the German-speaking countries to be one of the supreme masterpieces of music, and yet it is all but unknown elsewhere. The opera, first performed intells the story of the composer Palestrina, his struggle to compose following the death of his wife and in the face of anti-musical decrees from the Church, and his eventual.

Anna Maria Müller (born Pfitzner) was born on month dayat birth place, to Johann Karl Pfitzner and Ernistine Pauline Ida Pfitzner (born Scholz). Johann was born on July 22in Urschkau.

Ernistine was born on August 30in Weichelsdorf, Kr. Pfitzner interprets Hebrews as a passionate appeal directed by its author to a community that is in danger of surrendering the distinctiveness of its faith.

Through an examination of its structure, rhetorical devices, and arguments, he shows Hebrews to be a splendid example of extended exhortation, with a recurring pattern of formal.Images can be used in educational presentations, blogs and social media with attribution to René Pfitzner.

These images are not licensed for re-use in video, publishing or other media and cannot be sold under any circumstances or used in any format for commercial gain without the written permission of René Pfitzner.‎This volume collects all the texts from Franz Kafka's literary remains that originated in the period up until Autumnwith the exception of the two novels The Man Who Disappeared (Kafka's original title for Amerika) and The Trial, plus the material that passed into the published Diaries.

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