Winner from the Pulitzer Reward for his third of seven symphonies, Opus 75 from 1955, written between 1950 and 1968. He developed the idiom from the spoken chorus known as Gesprochene Musik in 1930. He received a well-rounded education, learning philosophy in the University or college of Vienna, medication at Heidelberg, and music at Frankfurt’s Hoch Conservatory. He obtained movies after Hitler’s rise to power pressured him into exile in Paris and later on London. His dad was Jewish natural leather dealer. He wedded Lilly Zwack in 1916. Her dad was a banker. He obtained the chase picture in the Shirley Temple film “Heidi” from 1937.