Antony Beaumont (musicologist and conductor)

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Antony Beaumont (born on 27 January 1949 in London) is an English and German musicologist, writer, conductor and violinist. As a conductor, he has specialized in German music from the first half of the 20th century, including works by Zemlinsky, Weill, and Gurlitt. As a musicologist, he has published books on Busoni, Zemlinsky, and Mahler.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2003 Lyric Symphony / Complete Incidental Music to Shakespeare’s "Cymbeline" Alexander von Zemlinsky; Turid Karlsen, Jaroslav Březina, Franz Grundheber, Members of Bremen Shakespeare Company, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Antony Beaumont 1
2003 Symphony in D minor / Die Seejungfrau Zemlinsky; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Antony Beaumont 1
2004 Symphony in B-flat major / Sinfonietta / Preludes Alexander von Zemlinsky; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Antony Beaumont 1

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