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  1. Kings Row (1942) Deception (1946) Further recognition came in the 1990s; two full-scale biographies of him appeared almost simultaneously. One is Jessica Duchen, Erich Wolfgang Korngold. The other is Brendan G. Carroll, Erich Korngold: The Last Prodigy Carroll is President of the International Korngold Society.

  2. Erich Wolfgang Korngold (geboren 29.Mai 1897 in Brünn; gestorben 29. November 1957 in Los Angeles) war ein austroamerikanischer Komponist, Dirigent und Pianist.Als Komponist erlangte er großen Ruhm durch die Oper Die tote Stadt aus dem Jahr 1920 und sah sich als Vertreter der modernen Klassik.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kings_RowKings Row - Wikipedia

    Plot. In the small midwestern town of Kings Row, in 1890, five children know, and play with, each other: Parris Mitchell, a polite, clever little boy who lives with his grandmother; pretty blonde Cassandra Tower, daughter of the secretive Dr. Alexander Tower and a mother that is seen only through the upstairs window; the orphaned but wealthy and fun-loving Drake McHugh who is best friends with ...

  4. エーリヒ・ヴォルフガング・コルンゴルト (Erich Wolfgang Korngold, 1897年 5月29日 - 1957年 11月29日)は、オーストリア出身のアメリカ合衆国の作曲家・指揮者。神童として知られ、ハリウッド史上最も重要な作曲家の一人となった。ユダヤ系。

  5. "The Blitz in London" by Erich Wolfgang Korngold "Bloomsbury Blue" by Simon Nicol "Blue Angel" by Gene Pitney "Blue Day" by Suggs and Chelsea FC "Blue For Waterloo" by Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band "Blue Is The Colour" by The Chelsea Football Squad 1972 "Blue Jeans" by Blur (Portobello Road) "Blue Monday" by New Order (Re-ordered mix by Paul ...

  6. VCD-47202 The Adventures of Robin Hood - Erich Wolfgang Korngold / Varujan Kojian conductor the Utah Symphony Orchestra; VCD-47203 Kings Row - Erich Wolfgang Korngold / Charles Gerhardt conductor National Philharmonic Orchestra (Also released as Andante ACD-805707 with the same contents)

  7. Die tote Stadt (German for The Dead City), Op. 12, is an opera in three acts by Erich Wolfgang Korngold set to a libretto by Paul Schott, a collective pseudonym for the composer and his father, Julius Korngold. It is based on the 1892 novel Bruges-la-Morte by Georges Rodenbach

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