Draeseke, Felix August Bernhard Composers Composition Music
German Romantic composer Felix Draeseke (1835-1913) was considered by Brahms to stand with himself and Bruckner in ability for sacred and symphonic composition. Yet because of circumstances, including the changes in 20th century music, Draeseke's works became less known as time passed. His masterpiece is considered to be the oratorio Christus, a work that took five years to complete and takes five hours to perform.
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Felix Draeseke Home Page - Official website of the Internationale Draeseke Gesellschaft and International Draeseke Society - North America. It promotes and explores his works, including illustrated biography, links, notes on music, discography, and information on Draeseke societies
- Felix Draeseke - Brief biography with major works and links from Rolling Stone draeseke, felix august bernhard magazine.
- Felix (August Bernhard) Draeseke (1835-1913) - Art song listing at REC Music with German text and d English translation of Denk es, o Seele!
- Draeseke, Felix August Bernhard - Biography showing his early compositional disappointments and later successes, including draeseke, felix august bernhard vocal music, operas, and oratorios. From the Grove Concise Dictionary draeseke, felix august bernhard of Music entry at WQXR radio.
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