Trauermusik (Mourning Music). Work for va. (or vn. or vc.) and str. by Hindemith comp. (1936) in a few hours on death of King George V for perf. at concert the next day. Last of 4 short movts. uses chorale Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit (The Old Hundredth).
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