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Marriages outshine composer’s work

Photo by Stuart Palley.  The Daily Campus.
Stuart Palley
Photo by Stuart Palley. The Daily Campus.

Photo by Stuart Palley. The Daily Campus. (Stuart Palley)

Dr. Alessandra Comini, Distinguished Professor of Art History, gave a lecture entitled “Alma Mahler and Her Vienna: Of Mixed Marriages, Anti-Semitism, and Cancelled Careers” at the Meadows Museum on Tuesday. The lecture, sponsored by the art history department and the Wagner Society, focused on composer Alma Schindler Mahler-Gropius-Werfel, a composer in imperial Vienna just before World War I who was often overshadowed by her three husbands.

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