Krenek, Ernst, 1900-1991

Collection, 1979-1992: 1 folder (11 leaves, 5 booklets, 1 photograph)

Ernst Krenek--noted Austrian composer, who utilized Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique. He studied with Franz Schreker (1923-1925) and Paul Bekker (1925-1927). He was a correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeitung (1930-1933). He came to the United States in 1937, eventually becoming a citizen in 1945. He taught at Vassar College (1939-1942) and Hamline University (1942-1947). He lived principally in California (1947-1992), but when in Austria, he frequently lived in the Schönberg Mödling house.

Contents

biographical data (2 items)
catalogs of works (2 items: 1980-1982)
correspondence (1 item: 1979)
death announcement (1992)
invitation (1 item: 1991)
photograph of Krenek
programs (2 items: [n.d.]-1979)
song texts (3 leaves)

Correspondents
ASI (Clara Steuermann (1 item: 1979))
 

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