Interview with Fazıl Say
Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, Op. 11 No. 3
Edited and completed by Fazıl Say
During the summer of 1919, Hindemith composed a three-movement Sonata for Cello and Piano. Two lively outer movements (I: Lebhaftes Zeitmaß, munter und einfach vorzutragen, III: Schnelle Viertel, stets kraft- und schwungvoll) frame a two-part middle section bearing the headings: Im Schilf. Trauerzug und Bacchanale. This version of the Sonata was performed for the first time in October 1919.....
Memorial Year 2013
This year, 28 December, marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Paul Hindemith. The musical world will honour his memory with numerous concerts, lectures, exhibitions and CD productions. The Hindemith Institute in Frankfurt has made information and visual material available for many of these projects. In the following, you will find an overview of the many events in which the Hindemith Institute in Frankfurt is directly involved, as well as further information.
CD New Release
Hindemith: Complete Viola Works Vol. 1 Viola & Orchestra
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Hans Graf
Myrios Classics MYR010 (2013)
Paul Hindemith: Sämtliche Werke
Series V Kammermusik
Volume V, 4-II | PHA 504-20 |
Hindemith Yearbook 2012/ XLI
(published in 2013)
The Hindemith Boom of the 1920s
in the Soviet Union
Paul Hindemith: Dame Music
(In Praise of Music) (1943)
for Mixed Voices
Hindemith in Concert
Click here to view and download the previous bulletins Hindemith Forum, Numbers 1 – 26.
Hindemith Forum 27-2013 here