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His best-known work is The Threepenny Opera (1928), a reworking of John Gay 's The Beggar's Opera written in collaboration with Bertolt Brecht . Engel directed the original production of The Threepenny Opera in 1928. It contains Weill's most famous song, " Mack the Knife " (" Die Moritat von Mackie Messer "). The stage success was filmed by G. W. Pabst in two language versions: Die 3-Groschen-Oper and L'opéra de quat' sous . Weill and Brecht tried to stop the film adaptation through a well publicised lawsuit—which Weill won and Brecht lost. Weill's working association with Brecht, although successful, came to an end over politics in 1930. Though Weill associated with socialism, [16] after Brecht tried to push the play even further into a left wing direction, Weill commented, according to his wife Lotte Lenya, that he was unable to "set the communist party manifesto to music." [17]

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In 1940, Hindemith emigrated to the United States. At the same time that he was codifying his musical language, his teaching and compositions began to be affected by his theories, according to critics like Ernest Ansermet . [10] Once in the . he taught primarily at Yale University , where he had such notable students as Lukas Foss , Graham George , Norman Dello Joio , Mitch Leigh , Mel Powell , Yehudi Wyner , Harold Shapero , Hans Otte , Ruth Schönthal , Leonard Sarason , and Oscar-winning film director George Roy Hill . He also taught at the University at Buffalo , Cornell University , and Wells College . [11] During this time he also gave the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures at Harvard , from which the book A Composer's World was extracted (Hindemith 1952). Hindemith had a long friendship with Erich Katz , whose own compositions were influenced by him. [12] Also included among Hindemith's students were the composers Franz Reizenstein [13] and Robert Strassburg [14] [15]

Celebrate the triumphant and elegant music of Beethoven with three weeks of phenomenal concerts featuring the composer’s Violin Concerto , Piano Concerto No. 3 , “Eroica” Symphony and Symphony No. 5 , plus the Family Concert Beethoven Lives Upstairs .

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