Alexander von Zemlinsky (October 4, 1871 - March 16, 1942) was an Austrian composer and conductor, he emigrated in 1938 to the United States. He has written several operas and music for many songs, two symphonies and orchestral music.
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Riccardo Chailly: The Symphony Edition. Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Webern, Schönberg, etc. 55 CD. Decca
Alexander von Zemlinsky: 30 Lieder aus dem Nachlass. Ruth Ziesak's soprano Iris Vermillion's mezzo, Hans Peter Bloch Clausewitz's tenor, and baritone Andreas Schmidt, all with Cord Garben the piano, in some recordings from 1995. 1 CD. Sony. SK 57960-2 Press read more *** Recommendation ***
Alexander von Zemlinsky: 6 songs for mezzo-soprano and orchestra. & Max Reger: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by John Adam Hiller for Orchestra, Op 100 Hedwig Fassbender is the soprano who sings with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra will be conducted by Vaclav Neumann. 1 CD. Supraphon. 111811-2 ***Recommendation ***
Alexander von Zemlinsky: Der Zwerg. (complete opera). Soile Isokoski, Iride Martinez, and Andrew Collis sings with the Cologne Philharmonic is being conducted by James Conlon, in a recording from 1996. 2 CD. EMI. 5 66247-2
Alexander von Zemlinsky: Lyric Symphony. & Alban Berg: Lyric suites. SWR SO, being conducted by Michael Gielen. 1 CD. Arte Nova. 27768
Alexander Zemlinsky: Lyric Symphony. Bo Skovhus (baritone), Soile Isokoshi (soprano), James Conlon, Gürzenich Orchester Köln. 1 cd. EMI. Encore. 3724812
Alexander von Zemlinsky: Lyric Symphony. Karen Armstrong and Ivan Kusnjer sing along with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, which will be conducted by Bohumil Gregor, in a recording from 1989. 1 CD. Supraphon. 11 0395-2