Alexander Zemlinsky or Alexander von Zemlinsky, (14 October 1871 – 15 March 1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor, and teacher.
Zemlinsky was born in Vienna and studied the piano from a young age. He played the organ in his synagogue on holidays, and was admitted to the Vienna Conservatory in 1884. He studied piano with Anton Door, winning the school's piano prize in 1890. Zemlinsky also studied composition and began to write music.
|1||No. 7 Sehr zart||448 listeners|
|2||Lyrische Symphonie, Op.18: 1. Langsam||331 listeners|
|3||IV. Moderato||267 listeners|
|4||III. Sehr innig und breit||248 listeners|
|5||Play on spotify||Die Seejungfrau (The Mermaid): I. Sehr massig bewegt||241 listeners|
|6||No. 3 Liebe||159 listeners|
|7||Fantasien uber Gedichte von Richard Dehmel (Fantasies after poems by Richard Dehmel), Op. 9: No. 3. Liebe||147 listeners|
|8||II. Scherzo: Allegro scherzando||120 listeners|
|9||Play on spotify||Symphony No. 2: Scherzo (excerpt)||92 listeners|
|10||I. Allegro ma non troppo||89 listeners|