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Fictional composer, likely German, whose works were performed at two Hoffnung Festivals, a British music festival featuring parodies of classical music.
 
Fictional composer, likely German, whose works were performed at two Hoffnung Festivals, a British music festival featuring parodies of classical music.
  
At the 1956 concert, a duet from his comic opera ''The Barber of Darmstadt," really by Humphrey Searle.
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The 1956 concert featured a duet from his comic opera ''The Barber of Darmstadt,'' really by Humphrey Searle.
  
At the 1961, "Punkt Contrapunkt," a parody of avant-garde pieces of the time.  
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The 1961 concert featured "Punkt Contrapunkt," a parody of avant-garde pieces of the time.  
  
 
Jaja's name is a parody of real avant-garde Italian composer [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Nono_%28composer%29 Luigi Nono]
 
Jaja's name is a parody of real avant-garde Italian composer [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Nono_%28composer%29 Luigi Nono]

Latest revision as of 06:14, 5 June 2017

Fictional composer, likely German, whose works were performed at two Hoffnung Festivals, a British music festival featuring parodies of classical music.

The 1956 concert featured a duet from his comic opera The Barber of Darmstadt, really by Humphrey Searle.

The 1961 concert featured "Punkt Contrapunkt," a parody of avant-garde pieces of the time.

Jaja's name is a parody of real avant-garde Italian composer Luigi Nono