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Erich Itor Kahn: 3 Inventions / 3 Bagatelles

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1. Three Inventions (Nos. 8, 4 & 7): VIII
2. Three Inventions (Nos. 8, 4 & 7): IV
3. Three Inventions (Nos. 8, 4 & 7): VII
4. Nenia Judaeis Qui Hac Aetate Perierunt: Andante Molto Sustenuto
5. Nenia Judaeis Qui Hac Aetate Perierunt: Allegro Moderator, Ma Con Molto Fuoco
6. Three Bagatelles: Moderato (For Erich Schmid)
7. Three Bagatelles: Adagio, Vivo, Adagio (For Rene Leibowitz)
8. Three Bagatelles: Poco allegro (For Beveridge Webster)
9. Trois Chansons Populaires: J'ai repousse la bonne rive
10. Trois Chansons Populaires: D'ou vient oue le soleil s'en est alle
11. Trois Chansons Populaires: Dessus l'herbe
12. Adagio: (Rhapsodie) From Concerto a Due
13. Four Pieces On Medieval German Poems: Maria ging wohl langs dem Meer
14. Four Pieces On Medieval German Poems: ich wollt mich zur lieben Maria
15. Four Pieces On Medieval German Poems: Maria durch ein' Dornwald ging
16. Four Pieces On Medieval German Poems: Ave Maria, ein' Ros' ohn alle Dorn

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  • Composer: Erich Itor Kahn
  • Audio CD (April 20, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Composers Recordings
  • ASIN: B000005TTU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,315,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Discophage TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 9, 2013
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First time I heard the name Erich Itor Kahn is when I overheard a quick exchange between two French musicians of an previous generation (one had been a student of the Schoenberg pupil and champion Max Deutsch in the late 1970s, and is a specialist of "Entartete Musik", all those musicians banned under Nazi rule). It was pronounced in hushed voice and with glistening eyes, making it sound like a secret shared only by the happy few, something like "Ah, yes, Erich Itor Kahn, you remember?" - although it strikes me now, knowing more about the dates and biography of Kahn, that the Deutsch pupil at least couldn't possibly have known him, as he was born (in France) the year of Kahn's death (in New York). But they also mentioned the name Juan Allende-Blin, who turns out to be a Chilean composer, still alive, established in Germany and the author of a biography of Erich Itor Kahn, so he probably is the connexion.

Second time I came across the name of Erich Itor Kahn was when I was studying the early discography of the Mercury label, and realized that the Albeneri Trio, very famous in the early 1950s, was comprised of violinist ALexander Schneider (off and on the second seat of the famous Budapest Quartet), cellist BEnar Heifetz (who played second cello in the Budapest Quartet's recordings of Schubert's C-major Quintet) and ERIch Itor Kahn. So what was the guy exactly? Composer? Pianist? A German or Viennese pupil of Schoenberg like Deutsch? Or an American?

So when this CD showed up on eBay I seized the opportunity (I was the only bidder - there doesn't seem to be any big buying competition on Erich Itor Kahn).
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