Alexander Sacher Masoch Prize

The Alexander Sacher Masoch Prize is a literary award which is conferred by the Literaturhaus, Vienna. The prize, worth 7,000 euro, is to support young Austrian writers. It was created in 1994 by the widow of the writer Alexander Sacher Masoch (1901-1972) and is awarded every three years.

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... Ballad (1939) Conrad Beck Epigrams, ( for Paul Sacher) Grant Belgarian Elegy for solo cello Elizabeth Bell Soliloquy (1980) Paul Ben-Haim Music (9 min) (1974) Richard. 15 min) (1980) Luciano Berio Les mots sont allés (1978) (for Paul Sacher) Sequenza VIb (16 min) (1981) Chanson pour Pierre Boulez (Song for Pierre. 87 (1972) Tema "Sacher," (for Paul Sacher) Gregory Brown Suite Stephen Brown Cello Suites Takkakaw Falls, first suite (2003, 2004) Fire, second suite (2005 ...
Legacy Of Cain
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