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Alexander von Zemlinsky

Austrian composer Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871-1942). The influence of Brahms is evoked in Zemlinsky's early works (the ones that prompted encouragement from Brahms himself), while later works adopted the kind of extended harmonies that Wagner had employed, drawing influence also from Mahler. In contrast to his friend Schoenberg, he never wrote atonal music, and never used the twelve-tone technique. As a conductor, Zemlinsky was admired by Kurt Weill and Stravinsky, not only for his notable performances of Mozart, but also for his performances of contemporary music

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