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Schoenberg goes to Hollywood

Author: Roberto GerhardTheodor W AdornoLeonard SteinNicolas SlonimskyDavid RaksinAll authors
Publisher: 1988.
Edition/Format:   Musical cassette : Cassette recording : English
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On Schoenberg's years in Los Angeles (1934-1951) with remarks by various people who knew him. Also includes brief excerpts from Schoenberg's Gurre-Lieder, Verklärte Nacht & Pierrot Lunaire as well as Dave Brubeck's Blue rondo alla turk and film music by Leonard Rosenman.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Speeches
Anecdotes
Archives
Named Person: Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg; Arnold Schoenberg
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Roberto Gerhard; Theodor W Adorno; Leonard Stein; Nicolas Slonimsky; David Raksin; Fred Steiner; Nuria Schoenberg Nono; Lawrence Schoenberg; Clara Steuermann; John Campbell; Arnold Schoenberg; Dave Brubeck; Ronald Schoenberg; Gertrud Schoenberg; R Wayne Shoaf; Jeremy Siepman; Leonard Rosenman
OCLC Number: 78556520
Notes: Radio program.
Produced by Ray Abbott.
First lines: "When he wrote that music" ... / Siepmann -- "To me Schoenberg was quite" ... / Gerhard -- "Well one of the most interesting" ... / Stein -- "When he came to Boston" ... / Slonimsky -- "There is no way in which it did" ... / Raksin -- "Schoenberg said well I'll be happy" ... / Steiner -- "He said that he asked for so much money" ... / Schoenberg-Nono -- "He wanted to work" ... / Lawrence Schoenberg -- "He had incredible intensity" ... / Steuermann -- "I wondered if we might return" ... / Campbell -- "I would say this contains" ... / Arnold Schoenberg -- "I went to his home" ... / Brubeck -- "I remember him going for walks" ... / Ronald Schoenberg -- "I loved to play tennis" ... / Gertrud Schoenberg -- "In this drawer we keep" ... / Shoaf.
Performer(s): Jeremy Siepmann, commentator ; Roberto Gerhard, Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno, Leonard Stein, Nicholas Slonimsky, David Raksin, Fred Steiner, Nuria Schoenberg-Nono, Lawrence Schoenberg, Clara Steuermann, John Campbell, Arnold Schoenberg, Dave Brubeck, Ronald Schoenberg, Gertrud Schoenberg, and R. Wayne Shoaf, speakers.
Event notes: Recorded: BBC (4) broadcast, 11:00 9 Dec. 1987 or Feb. 1988.
Description: 1 audiocassette (45 min.) : analog, stereo
Other Titles: When he wrote that music.
To me Schoenberg was quite.
He was one of the great composers.
Well one of the most interesting.
When he came to Boston.
There is no way in which it did.
Schoenberg said well I'll be happy.
He said that he asked for so much money.
He wanted to work.
He had incredible intensity.
I wondered if we might return.
I would say this contains.
I went to his home.
I remember him going for walks.
I loved to play tennis.
In this drawer we keep.

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On Schoenberg's years in Los Angeles (1934-1951) with remarks by various people who knew him. Also includes brief excerpts from Schoenberg's Gurre-Lieder, Verklärte Nacht & Pierrot Lunaire as well as Dave Brubeck's Blue rondo alla turk and film music by Leonard Rosenman.

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