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Korngold and His World$
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Daniel Goldmark and Kevin C. Karnes

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780691198293

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691198293.001.0001

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Recollections of Zemlinsky from My Years of Study

Recollections of Zemlinsky from My Years of Study

Chapter:
(p.193) Recollections of Zemlinsky from My Years of Study
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Korngold and His World
Author(s):

Erich Wolfgang Korngold

, Elisabeth Staak, David Brodbeck

David Brodbeck

Publisher:
Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691198293.003.0008

This chapter contains Erich Korngold's personal reflections on his former teacher, Alexander Zemlinsky. Zemlinksy was an Austrian composer and conductor who enjoyed an outstanding reputation as a private music teacher in late Habsburg Vienna. He is perhaps best remembered in this capacity for the counterpoint instruction he gave to his future brother-in-law Arnold Schoenberg. For a brief time, beginning in 1900, Zemlinsky taught Alma Schindler, with whom he had a love affair in the period before she began the relationship that would lead, in March 1902, to her marriage to Gustav Mahler. Among the last—and certainly the most precocious—of Zemlinsky's Viennese students was Erich Wolfgang Korngold, whose lessons were initiated in 1908 and continued for upward of two years until Zemlinsky departed Vienna to become the music director of Prague's New German Theater.

Keywords:   Alexander Zemlinsky, Vienna, Gustav Mahler, music, Erich Korngold, Austrian composer

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