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Hindemith, Paul

(1895–1963). Composer, violist; b. Hanau, Ger.; concertmeister Frankturt am Main 1915–23; prof. Berlin 1927–33; to US 1933; taught at the Berkshire Music Cen., Tanglewood, an estate in Lenox, Massachusetts, 1940; prof. Yale U., New Haven, Connecticut, till 1953; prof. U. Zurich, Switz., 1953; identified with ultramodern school. Works include Das Unaufhörliche. (oratorio).

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