"Contes barbares" (1902), oil on canvas, 130 x 89 cm, of the painter Paul Gauguin, contemporary of Hageman (Museum Folkwang, Essen)

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Richard Hageman


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The composer Richard Hageman was born in Leeuwarden on the 9th July 1882, the same year of the composers Abranyi (Ábrányi), Atanasov, Bergh, Bimboni, Bingham, Braunfels, Coates, Daffner, Farmer, Gnesin, Kodály, Konjovic, Kricka, Kálmán, Laliberté, Lattuada, Lendvay, Lyford, Malipiero, Marinuzzi, Nef, Nerini, O'Hara, Pick-Mangiagalli, Powell, Radó, Safranek-Kavic, Saminsky, Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Turina y Perez. He died in Beverly Hills on the 6th March 1966

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"Caponsacchi" (Tragödie in Arezzo) was performed on the 18th of February 1932 in Freiburg

"The Crucible" was performed on the 4th of February 1943 in Los Angeles

Richard Hageman


"At the well", text of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941)

"Do not go, my love", text of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941)

"Charity" (If I can stop one heart from breaking), published in 1921, text of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)


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