American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Korngold, Erich Wolfgang 1897-1957. Austrian-born American composer and pianist whose works include operas, such as Die tote Stadt (1920), symphonies, chamber music, and scores for motion pictures, including Anthony Adverse (1936).
“However, whoever did their press release should be reprimanded: DTS is called Korngold's "first opera".”
“Rabbi and author Mike Comins, in his new book "Making Prayer Real," calls Korngold one of the 50 leading spiritual Jewish voices in the world.”
“With Williams at the helm,, the orchestra played selections from The Adventures of Robin Hood (Korngold), Vertigo (Herrmann), and Spartacus (North) in succession, which then set the stage for Williams' own compositions.”
“Both Korngold and Waxman are represented, so too are Miklós Rózsa and Bernard Herrmann, while light relief is provided by a suite from Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg's music for The Wizard Of Oz.”
“I studied Berlioz and the scores of Erich-Wolfgang Korngold and Herrmann.”
“In the 1930s and '40s composers such as Erich Korngold "The Adventures of Robin Hood" transposed their expertise in opera and other classical forms to cinema.”
“Oscar Hammerstein, Max Steiner, Eric Korngold, Bernard Hermann, Franz Waxman -- they all came over because they were being persecuted in Europe.”
“Mr. Korngold said that Google, like other taxpayers, has the right to challenge the assessment before the city's Tax Commssion and go to court.”
“Paul Korngold , a property tax lawyer, said there is plenty of room for subjectivity in assessing property values.”
“Most of them were able to re-establish their careers (notably Fritz Lang and Erich Wolfgang Korngold), and the American popular culture was enriched by their contributions.”
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