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Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling

Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling was the longest lived & most ardent disciple of pedagogue and composer Heinrich Kaminski, who had made what he felt was an ideal stylistic synthesis of Germanic polyphony stemming from Bach to Bruckner. Delivered in Hanover, Schwarz-Schilling originally examined with Walter Braunfels, who suggested him to Kaminski; Schwarz-Schilling’s …

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