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|Named Person:||Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Barkley; Roger Fenby; George Heussenstamm; Pierre Boulez; Arnold Schoenberg; Harold Casket; Malcolm MacDonald; Roberto Gerhard; Theodor W Adorno; Leonard Stein; Gertrud Schoenberg; Rudolf Kolisch
Produced by Roger Fenby.
First lines: "In this edition of Meridian" ... / announcer -- "This is a remarkable story" ... / Barkley -- "Schoenberg has the reputation" ... / Boulez -- "Neue Musik ist niemals" ... / Arnold Schoenberg -- "New music is never" ... / Casket -- "He came to maturity in one of the richest phases" ... / MacDonald -- "I remember the face" ... / Gerhard -- "I know from Berg and from Webern" ... / Adorno -- "He was a thoroughly dedicated teacher" ... / Stein -- "I loved to play tennis" ... / Gertrud Schoenberg -- "We find the formation for the violin" ... / Kolisch.
|Performer(s):||Unidentified female announcer ; Michael Barkley, commentator ; Pierre Boulez, Arnold Schoenberg, Harold Casket (as Arnold Schoenberg), Malcolm MacDonald, Roberto Gerhard, Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno, Leonard Stein, Gertrud Schoenberg & Rudolf Kolisch, speakers.|
|Event notes:||Recorded: BBC broadcast ; dubbed by George Heussenstamm (Los Angeles, CA) from short wave radio broadcast in the U.S., 2 Feb. 1988.|
|Description:||1 audiocassette (32 min.) : analog, stereo.|
|Other Titles:||Schoenberg has the reputation.
In this edition of Meridian.
This is a remarkable story.
Neue Musik ist niemals.
New music is never.
He came to maturity in one of the richest phases.
I remember the face.
I know from Berg and from Webern.
He was a thoroughly dedicated teacher.
I loved to play tennis.
We find the formation for the violin.