Alfred Schnittke

Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998)

Alfred Garriyevich Schnittke [Shnitke]
Альфре́д Га́рриевич Шни́тке
Nationality: Russian | Soviet
Born: November 24, 1934, Engels Died: August 3, 1998, Hamburg (age 63)
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Date Age Duration Work
1976 41-42 7:00
1993-1994 58-60 17:00
1975 40-41
Cantus perpetuus (for harpsichord and percussion)
1975 40-41
Moz-Art (for flute, clarinet, 3 violins, viola, cello, bass and organ)
1981-1982 46-48
Septet (for flute, 2 clarinets, violin, viola, cello and harpsichord)
1989 54-55
3 x 7 (for clarinet, horn, trombone, violin, cello, bass and harpsichord)
1992 57-58
Epilogue (for cello, piano and tape)
1994 59-60
Minuet for String Trio
1974-1979 39-45
Hymns I–IV (for cello, bassoon, bass, percussion, harp and harpsichord)
1980 45-46
Moz-Art (for oboe, violin, cello, bass, harpsichord and harp)
1973 38-39
Greeting Rondo (for violin and piano)
1978 43-44
Stille Nacht (for violin and piano)
1983 48-49
Schall und Hall (for trombone and piano)
1993 58-59
Polka (for violin and piano)

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