Rudi Stephan


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Rudi Stephan, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Worms on the 29th July 1887, the same year of the composers Atterberg, Boulanger, Bretan, Brewster-Jones, Collingwood, de Leone, Delgadillo, Dieren, Harling, Jachino, Johnson, Lindberg, Paumgartner, Pepöck, Reiser, Romberg, Schadewitz, Shaporin, Tagliapietra, Toch, Usandizaga. He died in Tarnopol on the 29th September 1915

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"Die ersten Menschen" was performed in Francoforte sul Meno on the 1st of July 1920


"Liebeszauber", text of Friedrich Hebbel (1813-1863)

"Memento vivere", published in 1914, text of Friedrich Hebbel (1813-1863)

"Weihnachtsgefühl", text of Martin Greif (1839-1911)

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"The Repast of the Lion" (1907), oil on canvas, 113.7 x 160 cm, of the painter Henri Rousseau, contemporary of Stephan (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

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