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  1. String Quartet No. 3: Full Score
  2. A Schnittke Reader: by Alfred Schnittke, 2002-07
  3. Besedy s Alfredom Shnitke (Conversations with Alfred Schnittke). by Ivashkin A., 2002
  4. Hochschullehrer (Hfmt Hamburg): György Ligeti, Horst Stein, Kurt Fiebig, Wolfgang-Andreas Schultz, Monica Bleibtreu, Alfred Schnittke (German Edition)
  5. Zum Leben und Schaffen des Komponisten Alfred Schnittke (Musikgeschichtliche Studien) (German Edition) by Tamara Burde, 1993
  6. Alfred Schnittke zum 60. Geburtstag: Eine Festschrift (German Edition)
  7. Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano (Quasi una Sonata) by Al'fred Garrievich Schnittke, 1974
  8. Alfred Schnittke - Concerto Grosso: for Two Violins, Harpsichord (also Piano) and String Orchestra Study Score
  9. Alfred Schnittke (20th Century Composers) by Alexander Ivashkin, 1996-09-25
  10. Compositions by Alfred Schnittke: Operas by Alfred Schnittke, Symphony No. 9, Symphony No. 4, Historia Von D. Johann Fausten, Symphony No. 2
  11. Soviet Film Score Composers: Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, Alfred Schnittke, Gara Garayev, Aram Khachaturian, Mieczyslaw Weinberg
  12. Schnittke 1934-1998.(Alfred Schnittke, compositor de música; parte 1)(TA: Alfred Schnittke, music composer; part 1): An article from: Proceso by José Antonio Alcaraz, 1998-08-16
  13. Paul Dessau: Opera, Film Score, Incidental Music, Symphony, Ruth Berghaus, Boris Blacher, Alfred Schnittke, Witold Lutos?awski
  14. Russian Film Score Composers: Dmitri Shostakovich, Yuri Khanon, Yury G. Chernavsky, Alfred Schnittke, Daniele Amfitheatrof, Dmitri Klebanov

1. Schnittke, Alfred | Sikorski Music Publishers
*24.11.1934 03.08.1998. Alfred Schnittke was born in 1934 in Engels, the capital city of the former Volga German Republic. Schnittke’s musical education began in Vienna in 1946, where
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Alfred Schnittke From 1953 to 1958 he studied composition and counterpoint (with Yevgeni Golubev) and instrumentation (with Nikolai Rakov) at the Moscow Conservatory. He received essential stimuli from the Webern pupil Philipp Hershkovich, who lived in Moscow. After a three-year period as aspirant, Schnittke taught at the Moscow Conservatory from 1962 until 1972 and was thereafter a freelance composer. The composer moved his permanent residence to Hamburg in 1991, where he taught a composition class at the Music Academy. Suffering from serious illness during his final years, Schnittke died on 3 August 1998. Biography (PDF) Performances All works Work list (PDF) ... Print version PDF-Download Schnittke biography (.pdf/123 kB) Schnittke work list (.pdf/514 kB) Schnittke discography (.pdf/192 kB) Deutsch Help/FAQ ... Sitemap
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3. Alfred Schnittke
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4. Alfred Schnittke
Biography, notes, reviews, and works list from Schirmer.

5. Alfred Schnittke - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Schnittke April 6, 1989, Moscow . Photo by © Dmitri N. Smirnov. Alfred Garyevich Schnittke Russian , November 24, 1934 – August 3, 1998) was a Russian and Soviet composer . Schnittke's early music shows the strong influence of Dmitri Shostakovich . He developed a polystylistic technique in works such as the epic First Symphony (1969–1972) and First Concerto Grosso (1977). In the 1980s, Schnittke's music began to become more widely known abroad. In the 1980s, he wrote his Second (1980) and Third (1983) String Quartets and the String Trio (1985); the ballet Peer Gynt (1985–1987); the Third (1981), Fourth (1984) and Fifth (1988) Symphonies; and the Viola (1985) and 1st Cello (1985–1986) Concertos. As his health deteriorated, Schnittke's music started to abandon much of the extroversion of his polystylism and retreated into a more withdrawn, bleak style.

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7. Schnittke, Alfred
Alfred Garyevich Schnittke (Russian Альфре́д Га́рриевич Шни́тке) (November 24, 1934 – August 3, 1998) was a twentiethcentury Russian and Soviet composer
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Alfred Russel Wallace) Next (Alfred Stieglitz) Alfred Garyevich Schnittke Russian : Альфре́д Га́рриевич Шни́тке) (November 24, 1934 – August 3, 1998) was a twentieth-century Russian and Soviet composer who is best known as a polystylistic musician and composer because of his talent in combining the unique compositional techniques of different periods of music , such as the Baroque , Romantic and Classical eras with a contemporary atonal sound. Schnittke's musical philosophy was to place techniques from old or traditional music into contemporary forms to reinforce the importance of traditional artistic values within a modern context. This musical confluence created a harmony and cooperation beyond the boundaries of time and culture to initiate a better understanding of the importance of all music genres.

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9. Schnittke
Works list with select discography and reviews.
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24 November 1934 in Engels. Died 3 August 1998, in Hamburg.
Musical education in Vienna. Piano Lessons under Charlotte Ruber. From 1949-1953 education at the Music School of Moscow; from 1953-1958 at the Moscow Conservatory: composition under Golubev, instrumentation under Rakov
Suite in Old Style for violin and piano (1972) - CD Chandos CHAN 8343
Piano Quintet (1972-1976) - CD Virgin Classics VC 7 91436-2
(K)ein Sommernachtstraum for symphony orchestra (1985) - CD Chandos CHAN 9722
Viola Concerto (1985) - CD Melodiya SUCD 10-00068
Cello Concerto No. 1 (1985-1986) - CD Sikorski SIK 7-003E
Sonata no. 2 for violin and piano "Quasi una sonata" (1968) - CD Phoenix PHCD 150
Concerto Grosso no. 1 (1977) - CD RCA Victor Gold Seal GD 60957
In fact Alfred Schnittke didn't use opus numbers. Here opus numbers are used to facilitate indexing. Opus 1: Concerto for accordion and orchestra (1949)
Opus 2: Incidental music to "Mayakovsky's Debut" (1950-1952) Opus 4: "The Passing Line of Clouds Grows Thinner" for voice and piano (1953)
To a poem by Alexander Pushkin.

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11. The Alfred Schnittke Free Music Page -- Classic Cat
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12. Alfred Schnittke —
Encyclopedia Schnittke, Alfred. Schnittke, Alfred, 1924–98, Russian composer. He studied music in Vienna (1946–48) and at the Moscow Conservatory (1953–58), where he later (1962

Alfred Schnittke was the leading figure of the Soviet postwar avant-garde and remains a prominent composer of international acclaim. Born of German decent on November 24, 1934

14. Bio Of Alfred Schnittke
Life history, photographs, notes on selected works, and concert review.
Alfred Schnittke
Alfred Schnittke was born on 24 November 1934 in Engels, on the Volga River, in the Soviet Union. His father was born in Frankfurt to a Jewish family of Russian origin who had moved to the USSR in 1926, and his mother was a Volga-German born in Russia. Schnittke began his musical education in 1946 in Vienna where his father, a journalist and translator, had been posted. In 1948 the family moved to Moscow, where Schnittke studied piano and received a diploma in choral conducting.
From 1953 to 1958 he studied counterpoint and composition with Yevgeny Golubev and instrumentation with Nikolai Rakov at the Moscow Conservatory. Schnittke completed the postgraduate course in composition there in 1961 and joined the Union of Composers the same year. He was particularly encouraged by Phillip Herschkowitz, a Webern disciple, who resided in the Soviet capital.
In 1962, Schnittke was appointed instructor in instrumentation at the Moscow Conservatory, a post which he held until 1972. Thereafter he supported himself chiefly as a composer of film scores; by 1984 he had scored more than 60 films.
Noted, above all, for his hallmark "polystylistic" idiom, Schnittke has written in a wide range of genres and styles. His

15. Abstracts: Schnittke, Alfred. Kahn, Alfred E(dward). Brendel, Alfred - History
Article Abstract The music of Russian composer, Alfred Schnittke, defies classification. He has boldly experimented with classical music at the risk of disfavor among Soviet
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16. Schnittke, Alfred Garriyevich - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article
Russian composer. He experimented with integral serialism and unusual instrumental textures, which are characteristically rich with a prominent use of strings, often using, Alfred Garriyevich

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