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Aleksander Tansman ; 12 June — 15 November was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of Jewish origin. He spent his early years in his native Poland, but lived in France for most of his life, being granted French citizenship in His music is often said to be primarily neoclassicaldrawing on his Polish Jewish heritage as well gansman his French musical influences.
The composer wrote the following about his childhood and heritage in a letter to an American researcher:.
Alexandre Tansman – Cavatina for guitar
Shortly after completing his studies, Tansman moved to Pariswhere his musical ideas were accepted and encouraged by mentors and musical influences Igor Stravinsky and Maurice Ravelas opposed to the more conservative musical climate in his native Poland.
Cavatia later wrote a biography of Stravinsky that was extremely well received.
InTansman fled Europe, cvatina his Jewish background put him in danger with Hitler’s rise to power. He alwxandre to Los Angelesthanks to the efforts of his friend Charlie Chaplin in alexanrde a committee visawhere he tanmsan joined the circle of famous emigrated artists that included Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, and others. Tansman composed the score for at least three Hollywood movies: Tansman also composed scores for films made and released outside the United States.
When Alexandre Tansman returned alexahdre Paris after the war, his European musical career started again all over Europe and he composed his main works, which were immediately played by the best orchestras and conductors. In twnsman works, Tansman returned to his musical roots, drawing on his Jewish and Polish background to create some of his greatest works.
During the last period of his life, he began to reestablish connections to Poland, though his career and family kept him in France, where he lived until his death in Paris in Tansman was not only an internationally recognized composer, but was also a virtuoso pianist. From —33, Tansman performed worldwide for audiences including Emperor Hirohito of Japan and Mahatma Gandhi ; he was regarded as one of the greatest Polish musicians.
Later he performed five concert tours in the United States, including as a soloist under Serge Koussevitsky with the Boston Symphony Orchestraas well as having a thriving career in France as a concert performer.
Many musicologists have said that Tansman’s music is written in the French neoclassical style of his adopted home, and the Polish styles of his birthplace, drawing on his Jewish heritage.
Already on the edge of musical thought when he left Poland critics questioned his chromatic and sometimes polytonal writinghe adopted the extended harmonies of Ravel in his work and later was compared to Alexander Scriabin in his departure from conventional tonality. One of Tansman’s letters states that “it is obvious that I owe much to France, but anyone who has ever heard my compositions cannot have doubt that I have been, am and forever will be a Polish composer.
However, he did not write straight settings of the folk songs themselves, as he states in a radio interview: I find that modernizing a popular song spoils it.
It must be preserved in its original harmonization. Tansman wrote more than works, including 7 operas, 11 ballets, 6 oratorios, 80 orchestral pages with 9 symphoniesand numerous works of chamber music, among which are 8 string quartets, 8 concerti, about pages for piano, many pages for the radio, and many works for children. Segovia frequently performed the work in recordings and on tour; it is today part of the standard repertoire.
Almost all his works have been now recorded on CDs. One can consult his discography on his website: From Wikipedia, gansman free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history.