Wednesday, April 02, 2008


These are the smaller masterpieces of Western classical music that I, sadly, missed hearing last night. I am now poorer...

Pavel Haas: Chinesische Lieder (Chinese Songs), op. 4 (1921)
Karel Berman: Reminiscences 1938-45, piano suite, part 1 – 8
Hans Krasa: Five Songs, op. 4 (1925)
Victor Ullmann: Der Mensch und sein Tag (Man and his Day) | Drei Lieder
(Three Songs), op. 37
Ilse Weber: Gedicht (a poem)
Zikmund Schul: Die Nicht-Gewesenen
Gideon Klein: Drei Lieder (Three Songs)


György Kurtág: Music for Piano Trio


Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone | Russell Ryan, piano at the Austrian Cultural Forum concert of songs composed at Theresienstadt

Beaux Arts Trio at the Library of Congress

Hannalore Baron, Torn Flag, 1977, Collection of Elise Boisante and Mark Baron, New York City.

Robert Motherwell, Australia, 1984, Promised gift to the Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.

Image credits: (c) Estate of Hannalore Baron. All rights reserved. (c) Estate of Robert Motherwell/Daedelus Foundation, New York City. All rights reserved.


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