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Martin Scherber was born in 1907 in Nuremberg. He was a confirmed loner and little is known about his career. At the age of just five he played the violin and started to imitate things he had heard on the piano. He showed great reluctance to learn to read music, but soon acquired remarkable skill at piano improvisation. At the age of thirteen he started to compose. He appeared in public for the first time as a pianist in Nuremberg in 1922, and first presented compositions of his own the following year. During the Second World War he served as a soldier, and following the war he devoted himself to teaching and composition.
Soundbite:
First Symphony in D Minor


Zwei Lieder - Early morning's air


Drei Lieder - Hymn to the Night

Disc No: CDS 1113-2
Price: Sek. 159
Name: Martin Scherber Orchestral
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ComposerOpusMusicKey Performer
Scherber, Martin (1907-1974)   Erste Symphonie in D Moll D minor Bratisalva Symphony Orchestra - Adriano
Thomas Heyer, tenor
Lars Jönsson, piano
Hedayet Djeddikar, piano
Laura Cromm, violin
Scherber, Martin   Sieben Goethelieder  
Scherber, Martin   So Schön war jene Stunde  
Scherber, Martin   Zwei Lieder  
Scherber, Martin   Grosser Kinderliederzyklus  
Scherber, Martin   Kleiner Kinderliederzyklus  
Scherber, Martin   Drei Lieder  

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