born on 27/2/1924 in Rudolfstadt, Thüringen, Germany
died on 22/9/2005 in Baden bei Wien, Niederösterreich, Austria
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Heimo Erbse (February 27, 1924 – September 22, 2005) was a German composer from Rudolstadt.
Erbse studied in Weimar, and then worked from 1947-1950 in the theater before studying under Blacher in 1950. He lived most of his life in Austria.
- Julietta opera semiseria op. 15 (1957), after the novel "Die Marquise von O..." of Heinrich von Kleist, first performed 17. Aug. 1959 at the Salzburger Festspiele
- Ruth Ballett (1958), op. 16, after the Old Testament, first performed 1959 at the Wiener Staatsoper
- Der Herr in Grau, opera op. 24 (1965/66)
- Der Deserteur Oper (1983)
- Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano and Orchestra, op. 32, 1973
- Piano Concerto op. 22
- Impression for orchestra op. 9
- Ein Traumspiel (August Strindberg)
- Leonce und Lena (Georg Büchner)
- Symphony No. 1, 1963/64
- Symphony No. 2, 1969/70
- Symphony No. 3, 1990
- Symphony No. 4, 1992
- Symphony No. 5, 1993
- Sinfonietta giocosa, 1956
- 6 Miniatures for piano, strings, and percussion, 1951
- String Quartet No. 2, 1987
- 5 Orchestral Songs after G. Trakl, baritone and orchestra, 1969
- Don Randel, The Harvard Biographical Dictionary of Music. Harvard, 1996, p. 250.
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