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[Opus 19 ; Wire recordings : various tests, radio, etc. ; Wire recordings : reading ; Kammersymphony, opus 9]

Author: Arnold SchoenbergJohana HarrisRichard HoffmannClara SteuermannLeopold StokowskiAll authors
Publisher: [1981]
Series: Library of Congress., LWO 17238 ;, tape 11-13.
Edition/Format:   Music : Reel-to-reel tape : Multiple forms : Symphonic poems : Symphonies : English
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Genre/Form: Letters
Correspondence
Named Person: Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Heitor Villa-Lobos
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Other; Symphonic poems; Symphonies
All Authors / Contributors: Arnold Schoenberg; Johana Harris; Richard Hoffmann; Clara Steuermann; Leopold Stokowski; Mischa Seligmann; Gertrud Schoenberg; Lawrence Schoenberg; Eleazar de Carvalho; Martin Orenstein; Ross Norwood; Elden Gatwood; Henry Schuman; Earl Thomas; Richard Waller; James Pritchard; Richard Plaster; Richard Tienvieri; Raymond Alonje; Pinson Bobo; Isidore Cohen; Abraham Mishkind; William Gromko; Charles McCracken; Stuart Sankey; Thomas Mann; James Fassett; Heitor Villa-Lobos; New York Philharmonic.; Juilliard Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 79152478
Notes: 3 musical compositions ; 6 spoken selections in English and German.
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First line (announcer, 1st cut): "Cut B-4 is the Arnold Schoenberg opus 19" ...
First line (woman, 2nd cut): "then you soak them and they come apart" ...
First line (man, 2nd cut): "I'm all for that" ...
First line (Hoffmann, 3rd cut): "keiten, welche jede Einstudierung" ...
First line (A. Schoenberg, 4th cut): "After worse attempts" ...
First line (Fassette, 5th cut): "As a tribute to Arnold Schoenberg's" ...
First line (Seligmann, 6th cut): "Undoubtedly many other travel organizations" ...
First line (G. Schoenberg, 7th cut, 1st take): "is a great honor indeed" ...
First line (G. Schoenberg, 7th cut, 2nd take): "Chancellor Allen" ...
First line (G. Schoenberg, 7th cut, 3rd take): "Dear Chancellor Allen" ...
First line (G. Schoenberg, 7th cut, 4th take): "Dear Chancellor Doctor Allen" ...
First line (L. Schoenberg, 7th cut): "Don't touch it" ...
First line (L. Schoenberg, 8th cut): "top of the sixth" ...
First line (announcer, 9th cut): "Cut B-4 is the beginning" ...
Event notes: Dubbed from recordings (Voice of America 16 in. acetate discs: LWO 9670 R27 B4, R22 B4-R23 A1 ; wires: 16561 ; tape: 6359 r67B4-68B2) at the Library of Congress in 1981 ; originally recorded from 1948 to 1963.
Description: 3 audiotape reels (86 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 1 track, mono. ; 7 in. + insert.
Contents: 1. Kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19 / Arnold Schoenberg (Johana Harris, piano) (5:15) --
2. Small talk / unknown speakers (11:53) --
3. Doktor Faustus (excerpts) / Thomas Mann (Richard Hoffmann, reader) (12:29 + 2:47 = 15:16) --
4. Letter, 1948 Oct., Los Angeles, to Clara Steuermann, New York / Arnold Schoenberg (2:07) --
5. Commentary on Gurre-Lieder (excerpt) ; Commentary on Uirapurú / James Fassett (3:45) ; Uirapurú / Heitor Villa-Lobos (New York Philharmonic ; Leopold Stokowski, conductor) (12:40) (30 Oct. 1949) --
6. Dictating about passports and travel / Mischa Seligmann (2:11) --
7. Practicing a speech for the dedication of UCLA's Schoenberg Hall, with interruptions, 4 versions / Gertrud Schoenberg (1:51 ; 2:42 ; 2:37 ; 2:52) (ca. 1963) --
8. Imitating the announcing of a baseball game off the radio / Lawrence Schoenberg (1:15) --
9. Kammersymphonie no. 1 / Arnold Schoenberg (Juilliard Orchestra (Martin Orenstein, flute ; Ross Norwood, piccolo ; Elden Gatwood, oboe ; Henry Schuman, English horn ; Earl Thomas, clarinet in D ; Richard Waller, clarinet in A ; James Pritchard, bass clarinet ; Richard Plaster, bassoon ; Richard Tienvieri, contrabassoon ; Raymond Alonje & Pinson Bobo, horns ; Isidore Cohen & Abraham Mishkind, violins ; William Gromko, viola ; Charles McCracken, violoncello ; Stuart Sankey, double bass) ; Eleazar de Carvalho, conductor) (25 Mar. 1949) (20:53).
Series Title: Library of Congress., LWO 17238 ;, tape 11-13.
Other Titles: Small talk.
Responsibility: [Schoenberg].

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