Richard Strauss premired his opera Die Frau ohne Schatten in Vienna in 1919. At the end of World War II, in the midst of an impressive creative burst of energy, he composed the Symphonische Fantasie aus Die Frau ohne Schatten. Incorporating themes and passages from the opera, Strauss created a work that stands on its own as a lush example of late romantic orchestral richness.
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