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Bernd Alois Zimmermann (20 March 1918 – 10 August 1970) was a German composer. He is perhaps best known for his opera Die Soldaten, which is regarded as one of the most important German operas of the 20th century, after those of Berg. As a result of his individual style, it is hard to label his music as avant-garde, serial or postmodern. His music employs a wide range of methods including the twelve-tone row and musical quotation.
Margrit Zimmermann was born in Bern, Switzerland. She studied piano there under Jeanne Bovet and composition under Walter Furrer. Later she studied under Denise Bidal and Alfred Cortot in Lausanne Zimmermann trained as a conductor under Ewald Körner in Bern and took master courses from Igor Markevitch in Monte Carlo, and Hans Swarowski in Ossiach. She taught music for several years and worked as a conductor. She studied composition with Aurelio.
Maximilian Kiener has been reading Voice Studies at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg since the autumn of 2000; the first two years as an IGP student with Professor Marianne Schartner, and latterly with Professor Horiana Branisteanu reading Concert Studies. In the spring of 2001, Maximilian Kiener helped found the all male ensemble called the Salzburg Comedian Harmonists.
Zimmermann Brake Kit for Sprinter. Coat Z - Coated Brake Discs. Coat Z also for brake drums.
Written-By – Walter Seewer
Written-By – H. Dänzer*, M. Zimmermann*
Written-By – Hansruedi Dänzer
Written-By – Lotti Kiener, Walter Seewer