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Emil Nikolaus Joseph, Freiherr von Reznicek (4 May 1860, Vienna – 2 August 1945, Berlin) was an Austrian composer of Czech ancestry.

Today, Reznicek is mainly remembered for the overture to his opera Donna Diana , composed in 1894. The overture is a popular stand-alone piece at symphonic concerts and it served as the theme for the American radio (1947–1955) series Challenge of the Yukon , which later migrated to the TV series (1955–1958) Sergeant Preston of the Yukon . It was also used in the 1950s on the BBC's Children's Hour by Stephen King-Hall for his talks on current affairs.

Reznicek's works include orchestral works (five symphonies , suites , serenades, overtures), a violin concerto (1922), operas ( Till Eulenspiegel (1902), Ritter Blaubart – A Fairy-Tale Opera in Three Acts (composed 1915–1917 and recorded by the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2002), Spiel oder Ernst (1930)) and chamber music.

Emil Nikolaus Joseph, Freiherr von Reznicek (4 May 1860, Vienna – 2 August 1945, Berlin) was an Austrian composer of Czech ancestry.

Today, Reznicek is mainly remembered for the overture to his opera Donna Diana , composed in 1894. The overture is a popular stand-alone piece at symphonic concerts and it served as the theme for the American radio (1947–1955) series Challenge of the Yukon , which later migrated to the TV series (1955–1958) Sergeant Preston of the Yukon . It was also used in the 1950s on the BBC's Children's Hour by Stephen King-Hall for his talks on current affairs.

Reznicek's works include orchestral works (five symphonies , suites , serenades, overtures), a violin concerto (1922), operas ( Till Eulenspiegel (1902), Ritter Blaubart – A Fairy-Tale Opera in Three Acts (composed 1915–1917 and recorded by the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2002), Spiel oder Ernst (1930)) and chamber music.

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Birth . April 10, 1878, Aleppo, Syria, then under Turkish domination. Son of Rizkallah Saigh and Catherine Turkmani. His first name was Amine Rizkallah. His last name is also listed as Saïgh, Saygh and Sayegh.

Education . Initial studies at the Franciscan primary school in Aleppo; he then entered the Diocesan Seminary of Saint'Anna in Jerusalem, where he completed his secondary studies, from 1893 until 1903; he taught Arab literature at the seminary from 1903 until 1906. On July 28, 1905, he joined the Missionary Society of Saint Paul (Paulists), which had been founded by Monsignor Germanos Mouaccad in 1903; he took the name Joseph. He obtained the diploma of Hautes Études de Théologie et de Philosophie


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