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Paul Hindemith (1895–1963)

Paul Hindemith was born on November 16, 1895 in Hanau, Hesse, Germany. He is known for his work on Dr. M (1990), Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould (1993) and Nouvelle vague (1990). He was married to Gertrud Rottenberg. He died on December 28, 1963 in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse. See full bio »

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 2021 Mathis der Maler (Video) (music)
 2016 Omnibus opera (TV Movie) (music - segment "Back and Forth")
 2005 Cardillac (TV Movie) (music: Opéra en trois actes et quatre tableux de) / (music by)
 1994 Mathis der Maler (TV Movie) (music)
 1994 Down to Earth (composer: additional music)
 1985 Cardillac (TV Movie) (music by)
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He was composer for the ballet, "The Four Temperaments," in the Ballet Society production at the Central High School of Needle Trades in New York City with Gisella Caccialanza; Tanaquil LeCleroq; Mary Ellen Moylan; Elise Reiman; Beatrice Tomplins; Todd Bolender; Lew Christensen; Fred Danieli; William Dollar; Jose Martinez and ... See more »

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P. Merano


Gertrud Rottenberg  (his death)

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German composer. After his father's death in 1915, he brought money home to the family by playing in taverns and cinemas. He also performed as a solo violist or in various chamber music ensembles, organized music festivals in Donaueschingen and Baden-Baden (1923-1929), taught at the Hochschule für Musik, Berlin (1927-1938), Yale University (1940-1953) and Zürich University (1951-1956), and in ... See more »

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