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Fritz Oeser

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Fritz Oeser

Fritz Oeser (May 18, 1911, Bizet's Carmen in 1964 and Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann in 1976. The former was heavily criticized for lack of editorial integrity by Winton Dean. He also edited the 1877 version of Anton Bruckner's Third Symphony, in D Minor, (published 1950). Fritz Oeser Website

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