Armin Schibler


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Armin Schibler, author of instrumental and vocal music, was born in Kreuzlingen on the 20th November 1920, the same year of the composers Arutiunian, Bush, Chailly, Des Marais, Fetler, Goodman, Jirásek, Khachaturian, Kim, Kont, Krol, La Montaine, Lundquist, Maderna, Marinuzzi, Maturana, Mennini, Milveden, Nilsson, Overton, Tosatti, Turner, Valls (Gorina). He died in Zurigo on the 7th September 1986

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900


"Der spanische Rosenstock" was performed on the 9th of April 1950 in Bern

"Der Teufel im Winterpalais" has been represented in 1953

"Das Bergwerk von Falun" was performed in 1953

"Die späte Sühne" has been represented in 1954

"Die Füsse im Feuer" was performed on the 25th of April 1955 in Zürich

"Urs und Flurina" was performed in 1960

"Orpheus" has been represented in 1968

"Gilgamesch: Die Mauer von Uruk" has been put on the stage in carnival 1970

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"Red Cables" (1940), oil on masonite, 30 1/2 x 23 3/4 in, of the painter Fairfield Porter, contemporary of Schibler (The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton)

Armin Schibler

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