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The Schoenberg era

Author: Clive BennettMilton BabbittLukas FossFelix GreissleHans W HeinsheimerAll authors
Publisher: 1981.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : Reel-to-reel tape : Biography : English : Final version
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1. "Schoenberg the romantic", an introduction to Schoenberg's music -- 2. "A last look at the nineteenth century" focusses on Schoenberg's Gurrelieder -- 3." Master and pupils" discusses Schoenberg's move toward atonality and expressionism -- 4. "Expressionism I"--5. "Expressionism II"--6. "The twelve-tone method" -- 7. "Schoenberg the man I" deals with Schoenberg's reception -- 8. "Schoenberg the man II" deals with  Read more...
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Named Person: Johann Sebastian Bach; Béla Bartók; Ludwig van Beethoven; Alban Berg; Johannes Brahms; Hanns Eisler; Stefan George; Joseph Haydn; Paul Hindemith; Adolf Hitler; Wassily Kandinsky; Gustav Mahler; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Richard Strauss; Igor Stravinsky; Richard Wagner; Anton Webern; Kurt Weill; Alexander Zemlinsky; Jacob, (Biblical patriarch)
Material Type: Biography, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Clive Bennett; Milton Babbitt; Lukas Foss; Felix Greissle; Hans W Heinsheimer; Felix Khuner; Rudolf Kolisch; Louis Krasner; Ernst Krenek; Natalie Limonick; Dika Newlin; George Perle; Paul Amadeus Pisk; Charles Rosen; Arnold Schoenberg; Gertrud Schoenberg; Nicolas Slonimsky; Claudio Spies; Leonard Stein; Gunther Schuller; J P Jacobsen; Stefan George; Marie Pappenheim; Maurice Maeterlinck; Albert Giraud; Peter Altenberg; Christian Morgenstern; Rainer Maria Rilke; Hildegard Jone; Otto Erich Hartleben; Hans Rosbaud; Arlene Auger; Gene Ferguson; Sophia van Sante; Henk Smit; Nigel Rogers; Hans Zender; Eugene Lehner; Benar Heifetz; Clemence Gifford; Edward Steuermann; Irma Kolassi; Erika Schmidt; Heather Harper; Derrek Olsen; Herbert Schachtschneider; Robert Craft; Pier Francesco Poli; Nico Boer; Lieuwe Visser; Arjan Blanken; Gertie Charlent; Bruno Maderna; Heinz Rufes; Nino Zenzonio; Hans Jaray; Hans Swarowsky; Hans Herbert Fiedler; Helmut Krebs; Ilona Steingruber-Wildgans; Helmut Kretschmar; Horst Günter; Hermann Rieth; Dorothea Förster-Georgi; Carla Maria Pfeffer-Düring; Anna Maria Tamm; Charlotte Bettke; Maria Hüger; Hartwig Studemann; Horst Sellenpin; Ernest-Max Lühr; Wolfgang Marschner; Bernard Milofsky; Ernst Friedlander; Fritz Stiedry; Jeanne Héricard; Maria Bergmann; Kraft-Thorwald Dilloo; Otto Voigt; Günther Weigmann; Sepp Fackler; Hans Lemser; Ulrich Koch; Hermann Scherchen; Halina Łukomska; Pierre Boulez; Annelies Kupper; Erich Kleiber; Fritz Busch; Albert Rahier; Roswetha Trexler; Herbert Kegel; Gunnar Johansen; Alban Berg; Hanns Eisler; Johann Strauss; Anton Webern; Südwestfunk (Baden-Baden, Germany). Orchester.; BBC Chorus.; Groot Omroepkoor.; Radio Filharmonisch Orkest (Nederlandse Radio-Unie); Kolisch Quartett.; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.; Radio Filharmonisch Orkest (Nederlandse Omroep Stichting); Wiener Akademie-Kammerchor.; Wiener Symphoniker.; Sender Hamburg. Chor.; Sender Hamburg. Sinfonie-Orchester.; Staatliche Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg. Chor.; Kölner Rundfunkchor.; Hessischer Rundfunk. Sinfonieorchester.; Pro Arte Quartet.; New Friends of Music Orchestra.; BBC Symphony Orchestra.; Kölner Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester.; Konsertföreningens orkester (Stockholm, Sweden); Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig.; Concertgebouworkest.; Radiotelevisione italiana. Orchestra sinfonica di Torino.; Radiotelevisione italiana. Coro di Torino.
OCLC Number: 79034989
Notes: Radio series in 13 programs, containing commentary and music, aired from Apr. 1981 on 20 public radio stations in the U.S.
"Made possible by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts ... and the L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation ... produced by the Public Broadcasting Association for National Public Radio ... distributed by the Public Radio Cooperative"--Transcript.
Includes spoken commentary by Clive Bennett, Milton Babbitt, Lukas Foss, Felix Greissle, Hans Heinsheimer, Felix Khuner, Rudolf Kolisch, Louis Krasner, Ernst Krenek, Natalie Limonick, Dika Newlin, George Perle, Paul Pisk, Charles Rosen, Arnold Schoenberg, Gertrud Schoenberg, Gunther Schuller, Nicolas Slonimsky, Claudio Spies, Leonard Stein, and an unidentified reader, announcer and trumpeter.
Complete indexed transcript on paper (72 p.) and computer diskette, 26 items of correspondence (principally of the Public Broadcasting Association) including a program outline (9 p.), article from KQED Focus (Apr. 1981) (1 p.), summary (6 p.), 3 press releases (6 p.), and a memorandum of understanding (11 p.) accompany the series.
Description: 9 audiotape reels (19 hr., 57 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono. ; 10 in. + accompanying material.
Contents: musical works performed: Verklärte Nacht, op. 4 / Schoenberg (Southwest German Radio (SWDR) Orchestra ; Hans Rosbaud, conductor) (31:54) --
Passacaglia, op. 1 / Webern (West German Radio Orchestra ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (26 June 1958) (10:04) --
Kammersymphonie no. 1, op. 9 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (21 Nov. 1952) (20:25) --
Gurrelieder / Schoenberg (Arlene Auger, soprano (Tove) ; Gene Ferguson, tenor (Waldemar) ; Sophia van Sante, mezzo-soprano (Wood dove) ; Henk Smit, bass (Farmer) ; Nigel Rogers, speaker (Klaus) ; BBC Choir ; Hilversum Radio Philharmonic & Choir ; Hans Zender, conductor) (Holland Festival, 1974) (1:46:02) --
String quartet no. 2, op. 10 / Schoenberg (Clemence Gifford, soprano ; Kolisch Quartet (Rudolf Kolisch & Felix Khuner, violins ; Eugene Lehner, viola ; Benar Heifetz, violoncello)) (31 Dec. 1936) (28:49) --
6 Orchestra pieces, op. 6 / Webern (Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (Holland Festival, 1959) (12:22) --
Altenberg Lieder, op. 4 / Berg (Halina Lukomska, voice ; BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Pierre Boulez, conductor) (10:48) --
5 Orchestra pieces, op. 16 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (22 Sept. 1958) (16:51) --
4 Pieces for violin & piano, op. 7 / Webern (Rudolf Kolisch, violin ; Gunnar Johansen, piano) (5:12) --
6 kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19 / Schoenberg (Edward Steuermann, piano) (4:39). 3 Pieces for violoncello & piano, op. 11 / Webern (2:12) --
5 geistliche Lieder, op. 15 / Webern (Halina Lukomska, voice ; instrumental ensemble ; Pierre Boulez, conductor) (4:55) --
Erwartung, op. 17 / Schoenberg (Irma Kolassi, soprano ; SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (8 Feb. 1953) (27:23) --
3 Orchestra pieces, op. 6 / Berg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (9 Oct. 1959) (18:44) --
Wozzeck (3 fragments) / Berg (Annelies Kupper, soprano ; West German Radio Symphony Orchestra & Children's Chorus ; Erich Kleiber, conductor) (23 Nov. 1954) (21:05) --
Violin concerto / Berg (Louis Krasner, violin ; Stockholm Philharmonic ; Fritz Busch, conductor) (1938) (25:15) --
Piano suite, op. 25 (23 excerpts) / Schoenberg --
Lyric suite / Berg (Pro Arte String Quartet) (early 1950's) (28:31) --
Symphony, op. 21 / Webern (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (13 May 1957) (10:25) --
Orchestra variations, op. 31 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (29 May 1961) (33:53) --
Piano piece, op. 11, no. 3 / Schoenberg (Edward Steuermann, piano) (1957) (2:12) --
2 Songs, op. 8 / Webern (2:10) --
Herzgewächse, op. 20 / Schoenberg (3:23) --
Kaiserwalzer / Strauss ; arr. Schoenberg (Leipzig Radio Orchestra ; Herbert Kegel, conductor) (11:54) --
Kol nidre, op. 39 (2 excerpts) / Schoenberg (Schoenberg, conductor) (1938) --
Palmström, op. 5 / Eisler (Roswetha Trexler, soprano ; East German ensemble) (4:37). Von heute auf morgen, op. 18 (excerpt) / Schoenberg (Erika Schmidt, Heather Harper, Derrek Olsen & Herbert Schachtschneider, voices ; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ; Robert Craft, conductor) (9:48) --
Jakobsleiter / Schoenberg (Francesco Poli, Nico Boer, Lieuwe Visser, Arjan Blanken & Gertie Charlent, voices ; Chorus & Orchestra of Raio Nederland ; Bruno Maderna, conductor) (43:51) --
Moderne Psalmen, op. 50c / Schoenberg (Heinz Rufes, voice ; chorus & orchestra ; Nino Zenzonio, conductor) (7:08) --
Kol nidre, op. 39 / Schoenberg (Hans Jaray, narrator ; Academy Chamber Choir ; Vienna Symphony Orchestra ; Hans Swarowsky, conductor) (12:55) --
Moses und Aron / Schoenberg (Hans Herbert Fiedler, voice (Moses) ; Helmut Krebs, tenor (Aron) ; Ilona Steingruber-Wildgans, soprano (young girl) ; Ursula Zollenkops, alto (invalid woman, solo voice) ; Helmut Kretschmar, tenor (young man, naked youth) ; Horst Günter, baritone (another man) ; Hermann Rieth, bass (Ephraimite, priest) ; Dorothea Förster-Georgi (naked virgin, solo voice) ; Carla Maria Pfeffer-Düring (naked virgin) Anna Maria Tamm (naked virgin) ; Charlotte Bettke (naked virgin) ; Maria Hüger (solo voice) ; Hartwig Studemann (solo voice) ; Horst Sellenpin (solo voice) ; Ernst-Max Lühr (solo voice) ; Hamburg Academy of Music Chorus ; North German Radio Orchestra & Chorus ; Rosbaud, conductor) (12 Mar. 1954) (1:45:01). String orchestra suite (Minuet, Gavotte & Gigue) / Schoenberg (Columbia Symphony Orchestra ; Robert Craft, conductor) (18:02) --
Violin concerto, op. 36 / Schoenberg (Wolfgang Marschner, violin ; SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (13-14 Feb. 1959) (31:25) --
String trio, op. 45 / Schoenberg (Kolisch-Milofsky-Friedlander Trio) (16:47) --
Orchestra variations, op. 30 / Webern (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (24 June 1956) (6:54) --
Das Augenlicht / Webern (Chorus & Orchestra of RAI Turin ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (6:05) --
Chamber symphony no. 2, op. 38 (1st movement) / Schoenberg (New Friends of Music Orchestra ; Fritz Stiedry, conductor) (15 Dec. 1940) (9:54) --
String quartet no. 4, op. 37 / Schoenberg (Kolisch Quartet) (31:37) --
Pierrot lunaire, op. 21 / Schoenberg (Jeanne Héricard, voice ; SWDR Orchestra members (Maria Bergmann, piano ; Kraft-Thorwald Dilloo, flute ; Otto Voigt, piccolo ; Sepp Fackler, clarinet ; Hans Lemser, bass clarinet ; Günther Weigmann, violin ; Ulrich Koch, viola ; Anton Käsmeier, violoncello) ; Rosbaud, conductor) (5 Apr. 1957) (36:52) --
Piano concerto, op. 42 / Schoenberg (Edward Steuermann, piano ; Frankfurt Radio Symphony ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (1955) (18:17) --
String quartet no. 3, op. 30 / Schoenberg (Kolisch Quartet) (30:37) --
Begleitungsmusik zu einer Lichtspielscene, op. 34 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (8:41). Concerto for nine instruments, op. 24 / Webern (SWDR Orchestra members ; Rosbaud, conductor) (7:54) --
Lulu (excerpt) / Berg (3:46) --
A survivor from Warsaw, op. 46 / Schoenberg (Hans Jaray, narrator ; Academy Chamber Choir ; Vienna Symphony Orchestra ; Hans Swarowsky, conductor) (6:14).
Responsibility: Clive Bennett, executive producer.

Abstract:

1. "Schoenberg the romantic", an introduction to Schoenberg's music -- 2. "A last look at the nineteenth century" focusses on Schoenberg's Gurrelieder -- 3." Master and pupils" discusses Schoenberg's move toward atonality and expressionism -- 4. "Expressionism I"--5. "Expressionism II"--6. "The twelve-tone method" -- 7. "Schoenberg the man I" deals with Schoenberg's reception -- 8. "Schoenberg the man II" deals with Schoenberg's religious life and influences -- 9. "Moses und Aron" exposes Schoenberg's opera of the same name -- 10. "Schoenberg in America" traces Schoenberg's emigration and work after 1933 -- 11. "Webern and the future, Schoenberg and the past" -- 12. "More an influence than a closed circle" looks at Schoenberg's influence prior to 1951 -- 13. "The reactionary radical" looks at Schoenberg's influence since 1951.

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schema:description"1. "Schoenberg the romantic", an introduction to Schoenberg's music -- 2. "A last look at the nineteenth century" focusses on Schoenberg's Gurrelieder -- 3." Master and pupils" discusses Schoenberg's move toward atonality and expressionism -- 4. "Expressionism I"--5. "Expressionism II"--6. "The twelve-tone method" -- 7. "Schoenberg the man I" deals with Schoenberg's reception -- 8. "Schoenberg the man II" deals with Schoenberg's religious life and influences -- 9. "Moses und Aron" exposes Schoenberg's opera of the same name -- 10. "Schoenberg in America" traces Schoenberg's emigration and work after 1933 -- 11. "Webern and the future, Schoenberg and the past" -- 12. "More an influence than a closed circle" looks at Schoenberg's influence prior to 1951 -- 13. "The reactionary radical" looks at Schoenberg's influence since 1951."@en
schema:description"musical works performed: Verklärte Nacht, op. 4 / Schoenberg (Southwest German Radio (SWDR) Orchestra ; Hans Rosbaud, conductor) (31:54) -- Passacaglia, op. 1 / Webern (West German Radio Orchestra ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (26 June 1958) (10:04) -- Kammersymphonie no. 1, op. 9 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (21 Nov. 1952) (20:25) -- Gurrelieder / Schoenberg (Arlene Auger, soprano (Tove) ; Gene Ferguson, tenor (Waldemar) ; Sophia van Sante, mezzo-soprano (Wood dove) ; Henk Smit, bass (Farmer) ; Nigel Rogers, speaker (Klaus) ; BBC Choir ; Hilversum Radio Philharmonic & Choir ; Hans Zender, conductor) (Holland Festival, 1974) (1:46:02) -- String quartet no. 2, op. 10 / Schoenberg (Clemence Gifford, soprano ; Kolisch Quartet (Rudolf Kolisch & Felix Khuner, violins ; Eugene Lehner, viola ; Benar Heifetz, violoncello)) (31 Dec. 1936) (28:49) -- 6 Orchestra pieces, op. 6 / Webern (Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (Holland Festival, 1959) (12:22) -- Altenberg Lieder, op. 4 / Berg (Halina Lukomska, voice ; BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Pierre Boulez, conductor) (10:48) -- 5 Orchestra pieces, op. 16 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (22 Sept. 1958) (16:51) -- 4 Pieces for violin & piano, op. 7 / Webern (Rudolf Kolisch, violin ; Gunnar Johansen, piano) (5:12) -- 6 kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19 / Schoenberg (Edward Steuermann, piano) (4:39)."@en
schema:description"String orchestra suite (Minuet, Gavotte & Gigue) / Schoenberg (Columbia Symphony Orchestra ; Robert Craft, conductor) (18:02) -- Violin concerto, op. 36 / Schoenberg (Wolfgang Marschner, violin ; SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (13-14 Feb. 1959) (31:25) -- String trio, op. 45 / Schoenberg (Kolisch-Milofsky-Friedlander Trio) (16:47) -- Orchestra variations, op. 30 / Webern (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (24 June 1956) (6:54) -- Das Augenlicht / Webern (Chorus & Orchestra of RAI Turin ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (6:05) -- Chamber symphony no. 2, op. 38 (1st movement) / Schoenberg (New Friends of Music Orchestra ; Fritz Stiedry, conductor) (15 Dec. 1940) (9:54) -- String quartet no. 4, op. 37 / Schoenberg (Kolisch Quartet) (31:37) -- Pierrot lunaire, op. 21 / Schoenberg (Jeanne Héricard, voice ; SWDR Orchestra members (Maria Bergmann, piano ; Kraft-Thorwald Dilloo, flute ; Otto Voigt, piccolo ; Sepp Fackler, clarinet ; Hans Lemser, bass clarinet ; Günther Weigmann, violin ; Ulrich Koch, viola ; Anton Käsmeier, violoncello) ; Rosbaud, conductor) (5 Apr. 1957) (36:52) -- Piano concerto, op. 42 / Schoenberg (Edward Steuermann, piano ; Frankfurt Radio Symphony ; Hermann Scherchen, conductor) (1955) (18:17) -- String quartet no. 3, op. 30 / Schoenberg (Kolisch Quartet) (30:37) -- Begleitungsmusik zu einer Lichtspielscene, op. 34 / Schoenberg (SWDR Orchestra ; Rosbaud, conductor) (8:41)."@en
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