Senfter / Glassl / Triendl: Complete Works for Viola & Piano

Senfter / Glassl / Triendl: Complete Works for Viola & Piano

Senfter / Glassl / Triendl: Complete Works for Viola & Piano

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Title: Complete Works for Viola & Piano
Artist: Senfter / Glassl / Triendl
Label: Profil - G Haenssler
UPC: 881488220766
Genre: Classical Artists

Johanna Senfter (1879-1961): Works for viola and piano - In the male-dominated world of the time, in which women who performed and composed required special assertive skills, Johanna Senfter consciously refrained from a career in the wider world and limited her creative field to her birthplace of Oppenheim am Rhein near Mainz, not least because of her unstable health as a result of a severe bout of diphtheria in her childhood. This pragmatic self-limitation has given way to an interesting, decades-long debate, not least because her compositional legacy at the Cologne Musikhochschule is available to all interested researchers and musicians and has led to new editions or first recordings of her compositions.


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