The works of Erich J. Wolff, Ludwig Thuille, Anton Urspruch and Siegfried Wagner share marvelous similarities. The playing of the waves as a metaphor for desire and sensuality intertwines the compositions of Wolff and Thuille. Post-romantic dance elements ripple through the works of Wolff, Thuille, Urspruch and Siegfried Wagner. Only recently were the songs of Erich J. Wolff's Opus 3 discovered, further revealing Wolff's affinity with Alexander Zemlinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, and Franz Schreker in musical Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century. The ensemble pianopianissimo-musiktheaters was founded by Peter P. Pachl in 1980. The ensemble has been invited to perform as guests of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Hamburg Opera, the Nuremberg Opera, and many others. They can also be seen and heard on radio, television, and various other publications.