Alexander Zemlinsky or Alexander von Zemlinsky (14 October 1871 – 15 March 1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor, and teacher. Biography Early life Zemlinsky was born in Vienna to a highly diverse family. Zemlinsky's grandfather, Anton Semlinski, emigrated from Žilina, Hungary (now in Slovakia) to Austria and married an Austrian woman. 
Oct 10, 2023 · Alexander Zemlinsky, (born Oct. 14, 1871, Vienna, Austria—died March 15, 1942, Larchmont, N.Y., U.S.), Austrian composer and conductor whose craftsmanship in both areas was and is highly regarded. Zemlinsky was a student at the Vienna Conservatory from 1887 to 1892.
Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871-1942). Profession: Pedagogue, conductor, composer. Residences: Vienna, New York. Relation to Mahler: Love affair with Alma Schindler. Correspondence with Mahler: Yes. 00-00-0000, Year Born: 14-10-1871 Vienna, Austria. Died: 15-03-1942 Larchmont, New York, America. Aged 70. Buried: 00-00-0000 Unknown
List of compositions by Alexander von Zemlinsky. Ein Lichtstrahl (A Ray of Light). Mime drama for piano (scenario by Oskar Geller, 1901, rev. 1902) Ein Tanzpoem. A Dance Poem in one act for orchestra ( Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1901–04, final version of the ballet Der Triumph der Zeit) Frühlingsbegräbnis (Text: Paul Heyse ).
Composers. Alexander Zemlinsky. Article by Anoosua Mukherjee. Alexander Zemlinsky (October 14, 1871 – March 15, 1942) was one of the most powerful musical voices of his time. A remarkably influential musician, he had connections with both the more traditional and the Second Viennese School. Although his work was nearly forgotten after the war ...
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Es war einmal ( Once upon a time) is a fairy-tale opera in a prologue and three acts by the Austrian composer Alexander von Zemlinsky, composed during 1897-99. The libretto, an adaptation of Marie von Borch's German translation of the fairy-tale play Der var engang by the Danish author Holger Drachmann, was written by Maximilian Singer.