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Sabine Meine

an Unpublished Treatise of René Leibowitz’, Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute , 2/1 (1977), 34–41 J. Maguire : ‘René Leibowitz (1913–1972)’, Tempo , no.131 (1979), 6–10; no.132 (1980), 2–10 J. Maguire : ‘René Leibowitz’, PNM , 21/1 (1982), 241–56 R. Kapp : ‘Die Schatten des Urbilds des Doubles – Vorsichtige Annäherung an eine Figur: René Leibowitz’, Musiktheorie , 2 (1987), 15–31; Eng. trans., Tempo , no.165 (1988), 2–16 R. Kapp : ‘Bibliographie: Materialien zu einem Verzeichnis der Schriften von René Leibowitz’, Musiktheorie , 2 (1987), 275–83

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Howard Mayer Brown, Ellen Rosand, Reinhard Strohm, Michel Noiray, Roger Parker, Arnold Whittall, Roger Savage and Barry Millington

Brockway and H. Weinstock : The Opera: a History of its Creation and Performance, 1600–1941 (New York, 1941, 2/1962) D.J. Grout : A Short History of Opera (New York and London, 1947, rev. 3/1988 by H. Williams ) J. Kerman : Opera as Drama (New York, 1956, 2/1989) R. Leibowitz : Histoire de l'opéra (Paris, 1957) C. Hamm : Opera (Boston, 1966) L. Orrey : Opera: a Concise History (London, 1972, 2/1987) A. Basso and G. Barblan , eds.: Storia dell'opera (Turin, 1977) R. Donington : The Opera (London, 1978) C. Clément : L'Opéra, ou La défaite

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Wandlung, Legende, Erscheinung, Bedeutung (Vienna, 1924) H. Wind : Die Endkrise der bürgerlichen Musik und die Rolle Arnold Schönbergs (Vienna, 1935) R. Leibowitz : Schönberg et son école (Paris, 1947; Eng. trans., 1949/ R ) D. Newlin : Bruckner, Mahler, Schoenberg (New York, 1947, 2/1978) T.W. Adorno : Philosophie der neuen Musik (Tübingen, 1949, 3/1967; Eng. trans., 1973/ R ) R. Leibowitz : Introduction à la musique de douze sons (Paris, 1949, 3/1981) H.H. Stuckenschmidt : Arnold Schönberg (Zürich, 1951, rev. 2/1957; Eng. trans., 1959)

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Michael Steinberg

theory, composition and analysis with René Leibowitz ( 1944–50 ). He went to the USA with Leibowitz in 1951 , and studied at the Juilliard School of Music (composition with Wagenaar) and Columbia University (conducting with Rudolf Thomas). At Juilliard he was also a teaching assistant to Richard Franko Goldman, in whose class he prepared and directed the first all-Webern concert ever given, on 8 May 1951 . Later he studied with Boris Blacher and Josef Rufer in Berlin. Monod made his piano début in a concert conducted by Leibowitz in Paris in 1949 to celebrate Schoenberg’s

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Philip L. Miller and Michael Meckna

implications, as in the Ciaccona ( 1943 ), and strictly, as in the String Quartet ( 1954 ). Works ( selective list ) Präludien zur Nacht, suite, chbr orch, 1927 Suite, va, pf, 1937, rev. as Suite concertante, vn, orch, 1937, orchestration completed by R. Leibowitz, 1964 3 chansons populaires (J. Leibowitz), Mez, pf, 1938 Les symphonies bretonnes, orch, 1940 3 caprices de Paganini, vn, pf, 1942 Ciaccona dei tempi di guerra, pf, 1943 Actus tragicus, 9 insts, 1946 4 Nocturnes (T. Corbière, J.P. Worlet, V. Hugo, P.B. Shelley), S, pf, 1954 Str Qt, 1954 MSS in US-NYp

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Hanspeter Krellmann

Haentjes, Werner ( b Bocholt am Niederrhein , Dec 16, 1923 ). German composer . He studied at the Musikhochschule in Cologne, and attended the Darmstadt summer courses given by Fortner and Leibowitz ( 1947–50 ). During this period he was conductor at the Stadttheater of Bielefeld and Heidelberg; since 1949 he has worked as a freelance composer in Cologne. His freely tonal, essentially contrapuntal music is highly individual but non-experimental. In 1958 the cultural circle of the Confederation of German Industry awarded him its composition

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Nikiprowetzky, Tolia ( b Feodosia , Sept 25, 1916 ). French composer of Russian descent . He studied at the Marseilles Conservatory and then in Paris with Laloy and Leibowitz. Subsequently he held posts with Radio Morocco ( 1950–55 ) and the ORTF ( 1969–75 ); he was also active as an ethnomusicologist. He composed two operas. The conte lyrique Les noces d’ombre (1, S. Moreux) was first given in a concert performance in Paris on 20 December 1957 ; it was staged at the Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, on 4 May 1974 . La fête et les masques

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Masakata Kanazawa

Saigon at the end of the war and remained there as a captive for three years, during which time he came across Leibowitz’s Schönberg et son école and began what was probably the first 12-note piece by a Japanese. The work, a prelude and fugue, was never finished, but Toda took Leibowitz’s book back with him to Tokyo in 1948 and so introduced 12-note serialism to Japan. He joined the Shinseikai, a group formed by Shibata and Irino, both of whom read Leibowitz and soon became the leading Japanese exponents of serialism. Toda himself was rather slow in adopting the technique;

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Wayne D. Shirley

a Music Critic (New York, 1936/ R ) On Music and Musicians (New York, 1946/ R ) [trans. of R. Schumann: Gesammelte Schriften über Musik und Musiker , Leipzig, 1875] ed. H.A. Leibowitz : Musical Impressions: Selections from Paul Rosenfeld’s Criticism (New York, 1969) Bibliography J. Mellquist and L. Wiese , eds.: Paul Rosenfeld, Voyager in the Arts (New York, 1948/ R ) H. Leibowitz : ‘Remembering Paul Rosenfeld’, Salmagundi , 9 (1969), 3–27 B. Mueser : The Criticism of New Music in New York, 1919–1929 (diss., CUNY, 1975) H.M. Potter : False Dawn: Paul Rosenfeld

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Raquel Bustos Valderrama

Alexander ( Pollack ), Leni ( b Breslau [now Wrocław] , June 8, 1924 ; d Aug 7, 2005 ). Chilean composer and educator of German origin . She emigrated to Chile in 1939 and adopted Chilean nationality in 1951 . She studied with Frè Focke ( 1949–53 ) in Chile and with René Leibowitz and Olivier Messiaen in France in 1954 . Through several significant educational projects she contributed to a better public understanding of contemporary music in Chile; she also promoted Chilean musical culture in Europe. Her works won international prizes and she received