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Eduard Erdmann

Eduard Erdmann was a Latvian-born German pianist and composer whose most significant successes occurred in the period from the Weimar Republic. Essentially a modernist, Erdmann’s music can be similar to Alban Berg as well as the even more progressive post-Romantic strategy within Gustav Mahler’s past due symphonies. Nevertheless, Erdmann didn’t …

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