Busoni

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Turandot (Busoni) - Composition of The Turandot Music - Composition of The Opera
... After the outbreak of World War I, Busoni, as an Italian, found it increasingly difficult to stay in Berlin and eventually moved to neutral Zurich where he did not have to take sides ... Busoni wrote to Egon Petri on 9 November 1916 Busoni completed the opera Turandot in double-quick time (300 pages in 100 days) in late 1916, and it was first performed with ... Dent mentions how pleased Busoni was with his own workmanship ...
Doktor Faust
... Doktor Faust is an opera by Ferruccio Busoni with a German libretto by the composer himself, based on the myth of Faust ... Busoni worked on the opera, which he intended as his masterpiece, between 1916 and 1924, but it was still incomplete at the time of his death ... More recently, in 1982, Antony Beaumont completed the opera using sketches by Busoni which were previously thought to have been lost ...
Symphony No. 2 (Nielsen) - Reception
... they showed the symphony to Ferruccio Busoni whom Nielsen had known since 1891 ... Busoni took an interest in the work and promised to put it on the programme in the series of concerts of new and rarely heard music that he was giving at this time with the Berlin Philharmonic ... was probably out of gratitude for this that Nielsen dedicated the work to Busoni ...
Ferruccio Busoni Discography (as Composer) - Recording Details - Violin Concerto
... Bruch, Busoni, Strauss ... Contents ^ Busoni Violin Concerto in D major, Op ... Busoni's concerto is really the most interesting piece with its occasional parody of Beethoven and Brahms, its fiendishly difficult finale and some wonderful orchestral solos managed masterfully by the ...
Turandot (Busoni)
... with spoken dialogue and in two acts by Ferruccio Busoni ... Busoni prepared his own libretto, in German, based on the play by Count Carlo Gozzi ... The music for Busoni's opera is based on the incidental music, and the associated Turandot Suite (BV 248), which Busoni had written in 1905 for a production of Gozzi's play ...