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Weill's family experienced financial hardship in the aftermath of World War I, and in July 1919, Weill abandoned his studies and returned to Dessau, where he was employed as a répétiteur at the Friedrich-Theater under the direction of the new Kapellmeister, Hans Knappertsbusch . During this time, he composed an orchestral suite in E-flat major, a symphonic poem of Rainer Maria Rilke 's The Lay of the Love and Death of Cornet Christopher Rilke as well as Schilflieder , a cycle of five songs to poems by Nikolaus Lenau . In December 1919, through the help of Humperdinck, Weill was appointed as Kapellmeister at the newly founded Stadttheater in Lüdenscheid , where he directed opera, operetta, and singspiel for five months, and also composed a cello sonata and Ninon de Lenclos , a now lost one-act operatic adaptation of a play by Ernst Hardt . From May to September 1920, Weill spent a couple of months in Leipzig , where his father had become the new director of a Jewish orphanage. Before he returned to Berlin, in September 1920, he composed Sulamith , a choral fantasy for soprano, female choir, and orchestra.


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