1 Life and career 2 Works
2.1 Stage and broadcast works 2.2 Concert, chamber and religious music
Life and career
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During the early 1930s he was a student at the Akademie der Tonkunst
See List of stage and broadcast works by Sutermeister.
Concert, chamber and religious music
1. Piano Concerto, 1943 Capriccio for unaccompanied Clarinet in A,1947 Die Alpen, fantasy on Swiss folksongs, 1948 Gavotte de Concert, for trumpet and piano, 1950 2. Piano Concerto, 1953 Missa da Requiem, 1952–1953 1. Cello Concerto, 1954–55 3. Piano Concerto, 1961–62 Poème funèbre – En mémoire de Paul Hindemith for string orchestra, 1965 Omnia ad Unum, cantata, 1965–66 2. Cello Concerto, 1971 Te Deum, 1975 Clarinet Concerto, 1975–76 Consolatio philosophiae, 'Scène dramatique', 1979
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^ Elizabeth Forbes."Obituary: Heinrich Sutermeister. The Independent on Sunday, 20 March 1995.
Warrack, John and West, Ewan (1992), The Oxford Dictionary of Opera, 782 pages, ISBN 0-19-869164-5 Operone page on Sutermeister, accessed 1 April 2011
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