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Max von Schillings (Composer)

Born: 19th April 1868, Düren, Germany

Died: 24th July 1933, Berlin, Germany

Nationality: German

Max von Schillings was a German conductor, composer and theatre director. He was chief conductor at the Berlin State Opera from 1919 to 1925.

Schillings' opera Mona Lisa (1915) was internationally successful and was performed at the Metropolitan Opera. The composer married Barbara Kemp, the soprano who sang the title role. Before Mona Lisa, Schillings had already written three operas: Ingwelde (1894), Der Pfeifertag (1899) and Der Moloch (1906).

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  • Schillings, Max von: Tanz der Blumen for small orchestra
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  • Schillings, Max von: Moloch op.20 (in two volumes)
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  • Schillings, Max von: A Conversation “Ein Zwiegespräch“ Tone poem for small orchestra, Op. 8
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  • Schillings, Max von: Orestie op.12
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