Chamber Music III: "Class evening - Robert Fuchs and his students"

Chamber music in an unconventional atmosphere

Information on the piece

approx. 2 hours / one break

Moderations in German language

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About the performance

The composer Robert Fuchs, a student of Anton Bruckner and in later years - when his student Gustav Mahler set the tone in musical Vienna - discredited as a conservative Brahms epigone, not only wrote numerous popular operas, symphonies, serenades, choral works and chamber music works, but was also and above all a highly gifted teacher. In his class at the Vienna Conservatory, countless greats of the late Romantic period joined hands, including Korngold, Krenek, Mahler, Schreker, Sibelius, Strauss, Stolz, Wolf and Zemlinsky.

The third Tischlereikonzert will feature works by Robert Fuchs and his students Alexander von Zemlinsky, Ernst Krenek and Franz Schreker.

Franz Schreker [1878 - 1934]
"Der Wind" for clarinet, violin, horn, violoncello and piano

Robert Fuchs [1847 - 1927]
String Quartet No. 3 op. 71

Richard Strauss [1864 - 1949]
String Sextet from CAPRICCIO

Alexander von Zemlinsky [1871 - 1942]
Trio op. 3 for violin, violoncello and piano

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